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Head of Education & Outreach, Museum Of Art & Photography
Education Officer, Museum Of Art & Photography

Date & Time

Saturday Sat, 14 May 2022

Location (for BIC Venue, BIC Hybrid and BIC Cafe)

Bangalore International Centre
7, 4th Main Road, Domlur II Stage
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560 071 India
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+91 98865 99675 bic@bangaloreinternationalcentre.org

A unique medium of storytelling, prevalent across the length and breadth of India, is that of the scroll. From the eastern corners to the deep south of the country, the scroll has been a constant companion of itinerant bards who travel from village to village, unrolling them in front of eager audiences and narrating the stories they hold. In this workshop, participants get introduced to these unique storytelling traditions through select objects from the MAP collection and take part in a group exercise of creative storytelling through making their own scrolls.

This workshop will require participants to carry with them:

  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Crayons
  • Sketch pens
  • A4 paper

*Please note participants may be required to purchase certain materials for the workshop at the venue.

In collaboration with the Museum Of Art & Photography (Bengaluru).

This session will be facilitated by the education team of the Museum Of Art & Photography (Bengaluru) or MAP. MAP is custodian to a growing collection of over 18,000 artworks, predominantly from the subcontinent and dating from the 10th century to the present. MAP’s mission is to take art and culture to the heart of the community making it accessible to diverse audiences. Its soon to be opened flagship building is under construction in Kasturba Road, Bangalore.



Shilpa Vijayakrishnan

Head of Education & Outreach, Museum Of Art & Photography

Shilpa Vijayakrishnan has led the Education & Outreach Department at MAP since its conception, during the course of which she has curated exhibitions specially designed for younger audiences, as well as conceptualised programmes for various other audience groups. Former editor of the Tasveer Journal, her articles have been published in the eponymous print edition Tasveer Journal, Maharanis: Royal Women of India, Gardens of the Mind: Swapak Nayak and Gilles Bensimon and Figures in Time: Bourne & Shepherd.

Shubhasree Purkayastha

Education Officer, Museum Of Art & Photography

Shubhasree Purkayastha is the Education Officer at the Museum of Art and Photography (MAP), Bangalore, where she primarily executes programmes for young audiences, educators and families. Before joining MAP, she was a part of the Education and Outreach team at National Museum, Delhi and the Sarmaya Arts Foundation, Mumbai.