Jnanapravaha | think critical. think art.

Past Programmes

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APR
Community Engagement
The Pleasures of the Imagination
Alexander Sergeant
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APR
Community Engagement
Muslim Zion
Dr Faisal Devji
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MAR
Criticism & Theory
Invoking Introspection
Aniket Bhagwat
 

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Jnanapravaha Mumbai seeks to facilitate critical thinking in the arts. Through courses, lectures, seminars, conversations and performances JPM offers a platform to engage with works, and a window to the current worlds of theory and practice. The objective is to bring about informed dialogue and discussions to enable us to think critical, think art. The centre’s activities are structured under 3 programming initiatives: Indian Aesthetics, Criticism & Theory, Community Engagement. Several significant lectures and discussions have been published in leading journals testifying to JPM’s seminal contribution to the fields of art and aesthetics. read more»

Indian Aesthetics

An ongoing exploration of specific areas of Indian art and culture.

 
Criticism & Theory

A seminal initiative towards a close reading of images and text.

 
Community Engagement

An effort to make the arts more participatory and egalitarian.

   
 
 

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