Infrastructure

A. The Bharatiyam Cultural Multiplex is situated at IB-201, Sector III, Salt Lake City, Kolkata 700106.

The facilities available at the Bharatiyam Cultural Multiplex include



  • Purbashree (Main Auditorium)
    Air conditioned auditorium measuring 7850 square feet, having a capacity for over 900 persons.

     


  • Rangmanch (Open Air Theatre)
    Open Air Theatre measuring 4000 square feet has been built with a seating capacity of about 400 people.



  • Naat Ghar (Studio Theatre)
    Air conditioned studio theatre measuring 1200 square feet has a seating capacity for 100 persons.

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  • Sobha Ghar (Art Gallery)
    The air-conditioned art gallery measures 3280 square feet. The exhibition wall is provided with track lighting.

  • Karmashala-I and II (Workshop Rooms)
    The air-conditioned workshop rooms measuring 610 square feet each are used by the EZCC to hold a variety of workshops on instrumental/ vocal music, performing arts, doll making, painting etc.
  • Kala Mandap
    The open air space measuring 4270square feet is ideal for holding crafts fairs and other festivals. Beautiful sculptures made by eminent artists give the place a perfect ambience.
  • Food Court
    The open air Food Court measuring 2000 square feet with its ethnic background is an ideal place for hosting food festivals etc.

B. The Aikatan Cultural Center is situated at IA-190, Sector III, Salt Lake City, Kolkata 700097.


The facilities available at the Aikatan Cultural Complex include
  • Air conditioned auditorium which has a seating capacity for 110 persons. It is ideal for seminars, workshops, lecture demonstrations and cultural programs.
  • Dormitory facilities for men/women in two halls with 32 beds in each
  • Dining hall


C. SRIJANI, the Shilpagram Complex of the EZCC is situated in Santiniketan, Bolpur in Birbhum District of West Bengal.


This unique cultural center provides a conducive and infrastructure to nurture our traditional arts and crafts.

The complex comprises of huts, representative of EZCC's member states. The huts incorporate traditional architectural features and design.