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Mister Soerjoadipoetro lecturing on Tagore in Java

( COLLECTION_TROPENMUSEUM_’De heer Soerjoadipoetro houdt een voordracht over de school van Tagore voor o.a. kwekelingen van het Nationaal Onderwijs Instituut ‘Taman Siswa’ te Bandung Java’ (Mister Soerjoadipoetro is lecturing about the school of Tagore for a group of students who will become teachers in the National Educational Institute ‘Taman Siswa’, in Bandung, Java)

( COLLECTION_TROPENMUSEUM_’De heer Soerjoadipoetro houdt een voordracht over de school van Tagore voor o.a. kwekelingen van het Nationaal Onderwijs Instituut ‘Taman Siswa’ te Bandung Java’ (Mister Soerjoadipoetro is lecturing about the school of Tagore for a group of students who will become teachers in the National Educational Institute ‘Taman Siswa’, in Bandung, Java)

Image shared by Wendelien van Oldenborgh, workshop 3, March London 2014

Wendelien van Oldenborgh on pedagogy and colonialism in Indonesia

Wendelien van Oldenborgh presents her ideas of pedagogy and colonialism in Indonesia in relation to Ranbindranath Tagore at the third meeting of the research group, Iniva, London March 2014.

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( COLLECTION_TROPENMUSEUM_’De heer Soerjoadipoetro houdt een voordracht over de school van Tagore voor o.a. kwekelingen van het Nationaal Onderwijs Instituut ‘Taman Siswa’ te Bandung Java’ (Mister Soerjoadipoetro is lecturing about the school of Tagore for a group of students who will become teachers in the National Educational Institute ‘Taman Siswa’, in Bandung, Java)

Rustom Bharucha talk: The Affective affinities of Rabindranath Tagore and Okakura Tenshin

Performance theorist Rustom Bharucha delivers a lecture on his unique research into the friendship between the Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore and Japanese curator Okakura Tenshin. This talk is part of research project Tagore, Pedagogy and Contemporary Visual Cultures, a partnership between Iniva and Goldsmiths, University of London, which looks at Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore’s legacy in relation to cultural translation, curatorship, education, and historical precedent.

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Vivian Ziherl talks about Landings contribution to Tagore’s Post Office exhibition at ngbk

Vivian Ziherl talks about Landings (Natasha Ginwala and Vivian Ziherl, established in 2013, have been re-surveying modernity through the lens of land histories, and the sedimentary grounds to the colonial struggle)

Vivian Ziherl presents on behalf of Landings, Tagore Centre, London

Vivian Ziherl presents on behalf of Landings, Tagore Centre, London

NGBK, Antje Weitzel and Elke Falat

Antje Weitzel and Elke Falat talk about NGBK and their relation to the Tagore’s Post-office exhibition project curated by Grant Watson.

Ngbk is an art institutions based in Berlin, situated in Kreuzberg and founded in 1989 as a grassroots association. Ngbk’s members do the program and organize themselves in working groups. In an anual general assembly they propose and decide which projects will be produced. It does not have a director but an organization office that does the administration. Groups, like Antje and Elke’s focus on bringing over shows from other institutions to establish relationships to international institutions.

Elke Falat and Antje Weitzel

Elke Falat and Antje Weitzel, Tagore Centre, London

 

Grant Watson on his research on Tagore and the resulting exhibitions

Grant Watson talks about the genesis of his exhibition projects on Tagore’s legacy, Tagore Centre, London, March.

Grant Watson shows Exhibition Catalog, Tagore Centre, London

Grant Watson shows Exhibition Catalogue, Tagore Centre, London