A RAY of Light‘ is a moving story of how an ordinary man came to be associated with a giant of cinema—Satyajit Ray—and became the photo-chronicler of his creative and personal world. It also pays tribute to the elegance of black-and-white films and the nuances of analogue photography. The life of an octogenarian photographer in his dear city, Calcutta, the various elements of photography as an art form, and the world of Satyajit Ray as viewed by a friend and admirer have all been brought together in the film in the form of a touching human narrative.
Cricket, which originated in the UK, has become the most popular sport in India and is one of the factors that unifies the whole country. This exhibition will be showcasing the history of cricket between India and the UK through a series of photographs, as part of India-UK Year of Culture 2017.
The exhibition will be open to all from Thursday 13 July until Thursday 20 July from 6:00pm to 8:00pm on weekdays and from 1:00pm to 7:00pm on Saturday and Sunday.
The event is free and open to all.
The Photo Exhibition is brought to Edinburgh, courtsey , Consulate General of India, Edinburgh in association with SIAF and supported by BEMIS and The Grange Club.
If you would like your kids who are above 10 years can volunteer photo exhibition.
Scottish Indian Arts Forum a registered charity organisation(SC033214) was founded on 17th August 1994 by an initiative from handful of Indian and Scottish volunteers sincerely interested in promotion of Indian art, culture and heritage in Edinburgh and East of Scotland through medium of music particularly classical music, dance, drama, literature, film, exhibition and celebration of popular festivals of India.