Perspectives on South Asia: approaches to practices and histories of art

The students of the Department of Kala Bhavana, Vishva-Bharati (Santiniketan) are organising a two-day webinar on July 30-31 with the aim of creating a platform for an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas concerning the development of arts in South Asia. To attend, register by filling this form.

The Call for Papers for the web-conference is open till June 25*, 2022.

The call for papers is open to final year postgraduate students and scholars who have enrolled into doctoral programmes in the last two years. Entries will be encouraged from disciplines related to fine arts, design, and other allied fields related to visual art, including interdisciplinary approaches. Working papers are also welcome. Authors may send entries under the themes suggested below. The themes are indicative but not restricted to:

  • Narration and Narratives
  • Art, Culture and Nature
  • Art in relation to Gender and other Identities
  • Intersection of Art, Design and Craft
  • Politics and Art / Politics of Art
  • Art Pedagogy and Practice in South Asia

For submission Guidelines and other details, please check the brochure. Stay tuned by following the Kala Bhawana Department on Instagram.

*This post was edited to reflect a change in the deadline, extended from June 15 to June 25, 2022.

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Farrukh Hameed
Farrukh Hameed
2 months ago

Hi, Can I still submit my paper. My paper is related to the narratives of Indo-Pak history on theatre.

Farrukh Hameed
Ph. D Scholar, department of English, GIFT University, Gujranwala, Pakistan

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