Margaret Lowe Benston Lecture Series 2017

September 15, 2017

Margaret Lowe Benston Lecture Series for
Social Justice presents:

A performance of Bharata Natyam with a special segment on Nobel-laureate Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore


Arno Kamolika

September 15, Friday
7 pm to 9 pm

Venue:  SFU Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC
Room: Theatre HC 1900

Nearest sky train station: Waterfront

Admission: Free (first come, first service)
Door Open: 6:30 pm

Supported by Vancouver Tagore Society

Arno began her early training in Indian classical dance (Bharata Natyam and Manipuri) from Chhayanaut, the premier cultural organization in Bangladesh, at the age of six. She completed her diploma in Dance in 2002, at the top of the graduating class. After moving to Vancouver in 2009, Arno, a graduate in Architecture, has continued her advanced training in Bharata Natyam under Jai Govinda, the artistic director of Mandala Arts and Culture in Vancouver. Arno’s rich repertoires of performances have taken her across the globe at various festivals in USA, Germany, India and Bangladesh. She has received the “Distinguished Dancer Award 2012” from Writers International Network, Vancouver for her contribution to the community as a dancer.