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Contemporary Paintings
Programme : Contemporary Paintings
Start Date:  20 Feb 2019  At:  11:00  .ART GALLERY (IIC Annexe) 
Description :
Contemporary Paintings
Presented by leading artists from Mizoram
 
Preview on Tuesday, 19 February 2019 at 18:30
 
(Collaboration: Government of Mizoram)
 
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Employment in the Formal Sector
Programme : Employment in the Formal Sector
Start Date:  20 Feb 2019  At:  16:30  .LECTURE ROOM-II BASEMENT (ANNEXE) 
Description :
Employment in the Formal Sector
Introduction: Shri Prabhat Kumar, Former Cabinet Secretary
 
Keynote Speakers: Prof. Santosh Kumar Mehrotra, Professor, Centre for Informal Sector and Labour Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University; and Shri Manish Sabharwal, Chairman and Co-Founder, TeamLease Services Limited
 
Chair:Shri M.C.Verma,Former Advisor,UNDP
                                                                   
(Collaboration: IC Centre for Governance)
 
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Films from NHK World
Programme : Films from NHK World
Start Date:  20 Feb 2019  At:  18:00  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
Films from NHK World
 
Tsuruko’s Tea Journey (52 min; dvd; English)
In one form of the Japanese tea ceremony, the host serves traditional kaiseki cuisine, sake and finally tea to the guests. Established as an art form more than 4 centuries ago, one woman has decided to embark on a unique nationwide pilgrimage to immerse herself in the art. Tsuruko Hanzawa at 70 is a rare “catering chef” of tea ceremonies. Exploring a life devoted to tea, this documentary follows Tsuruko for 2 years as she battles illness to continue her pilgrimage
 
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The Lost Hokusai (52 min; dvd; English)
In his last years, Katsushika Hokusai, world-renowned ukiyo-e artist, painted a final masterpiece. Destroyed by fire in 1923, the 3-metre work has now been recreated based on the only surviving image, a single early 20th century monochrome photograph
 
(Collaboration: Embassy of Japan; and NHK World) 
 
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GANDHI MATTERS
Programme : GANDHI MATTERS
Start Date:  20 Feb 2019  At:  18:30  .SEMINAR ROOMS I,II & III, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
Description :
GANDHI MATTERS
 
Satyagraha and the Conquest of Evil
Speaker: Professor Vinit Haksar who has taught Philosophy at the Universities of Edinburgh, St. Andrews and Oxford, UK.  Author of the recently published book: Gandhi and Liberalism: Satyagraha and the Conquest of Evil (Routledge, India)
 
(Collaboration: The Raza Foundation)
 
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The Culture and Art of Family Photographs
Programme : The Culture and Art of Family Photographs
Start Date:  21 Feb 2019  At:  18:30  .CONFERENCE ROOM I 
Description :
The Culture and Art of Family Photographs
 
Speakers: Elspeth Brown, Associate Professor of History, University of Toronto, author of Work!: A Queer History of Modeling (forthcoming from Duke University Press); Deepali Dewan, Dan Mishra Curator of South Asian Art & Culture, Royal Ontario Museum, editor of the special issue “Family Photography”, Trans Asian Photography Review (Fall 2018); Sarah Parsons, Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Culture, York University, co-editor of special issue “seeing Family,” Photography & Culture (Summer 2017); and Thy Phu, Associate Professor of English Studies, Western University, and Principle Investigator of the Family Camera Network project, author of Warring Visions of Vietnam (forthcoming from Duke University Press)
 
What are family photographs? How do they shape our memories? How do they meditate experiences of migration? What can they tell us about our national histories?
 
(Collaboration: The Alkazi Foundation for Arts)
 
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