India Foundation for the Arts, 2nd Block
to Wed, Aug 26
Join us for our upcoming MaathuKathe, on August 26, with Aparna U Banerjee and Sudebi Thakurata of Antara Collective, in a presentation--Body as a Site for Learning: Pedagogical Possiblities.
Watch snippets of performance and listen to stories from their journey into learning, dance and the body!
Antara Collective is crafted as a space that centers on the experience of the body as a site of learning; it is also a significant part of the local community, providing a platform for learning, research, production and collaboration. The Collective is committed to Slow Learning – as an alternative technique, that approaches pedagogy through performance.
Aparna is founder and director of the Antara Collective, a performing arts organisation based in Bangalore. A dancer and facilitator, she is in the process of building a research programme in dance history,ethnography and pedagogy. Aparna is also an epidemiologist who currently heads the Science and Society program at the National Centre for Biological Sciences.
Sudebi is a facilitator, curriculum developer, singer and poet interested in learning and pedagogy. Her courses highlight socially, environmentally and culturally relevant issues, while integrating art, literature,poetry and music in education. She is a member of faculty at CERTAD, Srishti, and advisor to the Antara Collective.
Do join us for tea and snacks before the event.
Please note that entry to the event is free and seating is on the basis of first-come, first-served.
We look forward to seeing you. Do bring your friends and family!