Education

Since 2016, MAP has been conducting workshops for young students at diverse schools in Bangalore.

 

2018–2019


A MOVING TALE: KINETICS & ART 


Movement is one of the primary characteristic of all living beings: from breath to play and motion to hesitation, everything manifests the flow of movement and the result of that flow. The term movement can also imply many things: physical movement in space and time, an emotional response or impulse, a collective sharing of ideas. It can evoke ideas of change and balance, a sense of progression, or equally a sense of displacement.

Exploring these many meanings, A Moving Tale: Kinetics & Art brings together a selection of artworks from our collections—across mediums and from different time periods—that invoke, record, mirror and represent human and animal movements and gestures to examine some of the ways in which art renders and transfigures these essential elements of living.

Delivered in collaboration with Flow India,  this programme also pilots a new educators’ workshop centred around the exhibition.

 

2018–2019


MONEY MATTERS


A numismatics workshop for high school students, Money Matters introduces participants to basic and advanced concepts of numismatics. Facilitating an opportunity to explore coins from the MAP Collection, the workshop leads students through the entire gamut of Indian coinage: from ancient punch-marked coins of the pre-Buddhist era to the coins of various dynasties such as the Indo-Greeks, the Kushans, and the Guptas, up to the reign of the East India Company. Including an introduction to ancient scripts, the workshop helps students discover the value of coins not only in historical study, but also their relevance to economics, aesthetics, geography and cultures.

Designed by MAP’s Education Department and delivered by one of MAP’s archivists, Sneha Kapote, who is currently pursuing a PhD in numismatics.

 

2017–2018


JOURNEYS THROUGH ART


Where is the meaning of an artwork situated? Is it in the work, in the objective of the artist-creator or in the mind of its audience? Is it shaped by history, or by political situations and cultural conditions of the time it is produced in, or the time it is viewed in? How do we understand art, what do we learn from it and why do we need it? These are some of the questions raised by the Journeys Through Art workshops.

Split over three modules or exhibition-cum-workshops, the programme provides students with a broad understanding and appreciation of Indian visual art across mediums and spanning different time periods. Each exhibition and workshop presents a different theme, attempting to bring to the forefront the varied contexts within which art is viewed. Providing participants with a glimpse into many interlinked histories, the workshops—using artworks from the MAP Collection—highlight the relevance of art in our social, cultural, political and personal lives.

Designed and delivered in collaboration with Flow India, a design and delivery consultancy that brings international methods in cultural education to India for the first time.

 

2016–2017


OF TAILS & TALES 


Through time, human beings have explored their relationships with the animal world, often through associating aspects of aesthetics, religion, desires, utility, myth-making and so on, making these creatures invaluable in the schema of our own existence. Whether perceived as positive or negative, often encompassing attributes of both kinds, their embodiment in art has always illustrated their roles and perceived symbolic significance within the human world.

Of Tails & Tales provide students with a glimpse of varied representations of the animal kingdom, as captured in visual culture through centuries and across diverse media, using artworks culled from the MAP Collection.

Designed and delivered in collaboration with Flow India, a design and delivery consultancy that brings international methods in cultural education to India for the first time. Flow works with more than forty schools in India and reaches approximately twenty thousand children in eight Indian cities. Their workshops and events are carefully designed to guide different age groups and delivered by a team of experts.

 

 

 

 

Past Education & Outreach

 

Kaifinama

Bangalore International Centre
Aug 12, 2019

Artful Thinking #10 | Ryan International School & Neev Academy Students

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jul 5, 2019

Artful Thinking #9 | GEAR Innovative International School

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jul 4, 2019

Artful Thinking #8 | NPS Agara

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jul 3, 2019

Artful Thinking #7 | ShishuMandir

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jul 2, 2019

Artful Thinking #6 | Ashwini Chritable Trust

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jul 1, 2019

Artful Thinking #5 | Dream A Dream Foundation

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jun 28, 2019

Artful Thinking #4 | Dream A Dream Foundation

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jun 27, 2019

Artful Thinking #3 | RBANM’s School

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jun 26, 2019

Artful Thinking #2 | Parikrama Foundation

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jun 25, 2019

Artful Thinking #1 | Parikrama Foundation

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jun 24, 2019

Seeing me through you

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Jun 8, 2019

Championing Learning with the Arts #2

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
May 31, 2019

Championing Learning with the Arts #1

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
May 30, 2019

 

Women in Modern & Contemporary Indian Art

MAP Education Centre, Bangalore
Apr 13, 2019

Money Matters: Numismatics Workshop

Bangalore
Jan 16, 2019

A Moving Tale: Kinetics & Art #20 | Educators’ Workshop II

Bangalore
Dec 21, 2018

A Moving Tale: Kinetics & Art #19 | Ashok International Public School

Dec 20, 2018

A Moving Tale: Kinetics & Art #18 | Ashok International Public School

Dec 19, 2018

A Moving Tale: Kinetics & Art #17 | Global Public School

Dec 18, 2018