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SRI KRISHNA GANA SABHA presented
THE 21st NATYA KALA CONFERENCE
"CHOREOGRAPHY: THE ART OF MAKING DANCES"
Date: DECEMBER 15 - 21, 2001
Venue: DR. NALLI'S GANA VIHAR, Chennai
Convenor: Anita R Ratnam

Some of the Presentations:

KUMIDHINI LAKHIA (Ahmedabad)- "Choreography in the Indian context"

PRIYADARSHINI GOVIND (Chennai)- "Choreography in abhinaya"

ANUSHA SUBRAMANYAM (London)
PRESENTATION:"Preparing the Indian dancer for new choreography"
WORKSHOP: - "Pilates and yoga for developing strength and flexibility"

MAYA K RAO (New Delhi)& MADHU NATARAJ (Bangalore) - "Kathak as a springboard for traditional and contemporary choreography"

KALAIRANI (Chennai) - "Choreography for solo theatre"

MAVIN KHOO (London)- WORKSHOP

ASHISH KHOKAR (Bangalore) - "History of Choreography in Indian Dance"

PREETHI ATHREYA (Chennai) - "Making Dance - a choreological approach"

LEELA SAMSON (New Delhi)- "SPANDA - doing it as it Comes"

C V CHANDRASEKAR & MANJARI (Chennai) - "Rhythm as a signifier"

VEENAPANI CHAWLA (Pondicherry) - "Choreography in Theater"

LATA PADA (Canada)- " Choreography and context for South Asian dance in Canada"

KRISHNAVENI LAKSHAMANAN (Chennai)- "Group choreography - innovations of Rukmini Devi"

ASTAAD DEBOO (Mumbai) - "Choreography workshops for special needs"

CHANDRALEKHA (Chennai)- One-hour film.

PANEL DISCUSSION on "What is choreography in Indian context? Does Indian dance lend itself to choreography?" What are the problems facing Bharatanatyam today?

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