Conferences

Inclusion in Cultural Organisations

2024-07-18 02:07:03

Inclusion in Cultural Organisations

When

July 1, 2023    
9:30 am - 7:30 pm

Where

Mazumdar-Shaw Auditorium, Museum of Art & Photography
22 Kasturba Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka, 560001
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A tactile response to an artwork in MAP’s exhibition, VISIBLE/INVISIBLE: Representation of Women in Art Through the MAP Collection, by Akshata Mokashi. This work is displayed as part of the exhibition.

The Museum of Art & Photography (MAP) in Bengaluru invites you to a one-day conference on inclusion in cultural organisations to be held on July 1, 2023. We are bringing together experts from the arts, as well as the broader development sector to highlight and demystify the complexities of inclusion within the arts.

The day-long conference will feature conversations on the status of inclusion in cultural organisations, the built environment, fostering a meaningful audience engagement, representation within the workforce, and the need for a strategic effort by funders to move towards a more inclusive art sector. The conference will also feature an introductory session on Indian Sign Language and will conclude with a networking reception. 

While we recognise that Inclusion comprises a wide variety of categories and nuances, in its first iteration, the 2023 conference will focus on disability and gender. 

We invite you to join us for an opportunity to learn from the panelists’ experiences, gain valuable insights and share your perspectives to contribute to a better art sector for all.

The conference is free, but registration is mandatory. 

Click here to view the full programme schedule along with our list of speakers.

If you require any support or have any questions, please feel free to contact us at +91 8073709969. You can also reach us via email at access@map-india.org.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of Mphasis F1 Foundation.

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