The logic of actual human striving to know what is true of the world. ‘Darshan’ or ‘to view’ as a derivative has a deeper meaning other than just a simple religious interpretation and a cultural memory. The premise of arts and culture rests in the eye and perception of the viewer. And ‘Darshan’ thus becomes critical to its growth.
This webinar series curated by Helen Frederick, organisational curator The Kala Chaupal Trust is brought to you by The Kala Chaupal Trust in collaboration with Institut Francais Inde:
Like an e-Museum platform, the webinar series will engage visitors online to enjoy distinguished personal lectures, conversations, and panels that will highlight how cultural institutions, museums, galleries, and collectives are responding to the magnitude of economic and social conditions caused by the CoronaVirus.
The webinar seeks to gather a wide range of reactions and responses on the challenges, opportunities & innovations that society, culture, and art need to embrace to find a resolution to the current crisis.
It plans to make visible significant observations from cultural and environmental leaders about how our altered modes of working and virtual thinking can provide new solutions and change.