MAP, in partnership with Flow India, has built a programme of 24 creative-enquiry workshops in the academic year 2016-2017 for young children, students at diverse schools in Bangalore.

Flow India is a design and delivery consultancy that brings international methods in cultural education to India for the first time. Flow works with more than 40 schools in India and reaches approximately 20,000 children in 8 Indian cities. Their workshops and events are carefully designed to guide different age groups and delivered by a team of experts.



Defining and recording human relationships with natural environments, has been the mainstay of several cultural and historical milieus. Whether individually or as part of a group, community, or tribe, it has been seen that these relationships are not only integral to human experience and existence but also pivotal in shaping our ability to survive.

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.

These workshops will provide a glimpse of varied representations of the animal kingdom, as captured in visual culture through centuries across diverse media, using artworks culled from the MAP collection.


Past Education & Outreach

Of Tails & Tales #4 | Trio World School

Oct 4, 2016

Of Tails & Tales #3 | Candor International School

Oct 3, 2016

Of Tails & Tales #2 | Ashwini Charitable Trust (ACT)

Jun 23, 2016

Of Tails & Tales #1 | Innisfree House School

Jun 22, 2016