Bangalore International Centre (BIC) is a neutral, non-profit, member and donor enabled public institution for Bengalureans. Since 2005, over 750 ‘free to attend’ events have been held at BIC reflecting its inclusive approach. The curated programs cover talks, panel discussions, films, music, dance, visual arts, plays, lecture demonstrations and more.
A city comes alive in its spaces for arts, culture and informed conversations
An Exhibition Presented by the Registry of Sarees, Curated by Mayank Mansingh Kaul
A talk by Ramachandra Guha
Lecture by Naman P. Ahuja, in collaboration with the Museum of Art and Photography
Multiple spaces for events and activities
BIC’s facility is a new addition to the intellectual, social and cultural life of Bengaluru. BIC’s 48,000 square feet premises houses an all-day cafe, auditorium, 2 seminar rooms, board room, gallery, library, amphitheatre, rooftop terrace and spaces for indoor and outdoor activities. There is provision for basement parking. These facilities are available for hire by organisations provided the use is consistent with BIC’s objectives and guidelines.