IFA’s Art Education Conference

Via Kali Kalisu

Over the past three years, IFA, in partnership with the Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan, has intensively focused on the empowerment of the school teacher under one of its major funding programmes, Arts Education. This far-reaching initiative called ‘Kali-Kalisu’ has brought multi-pronged Arts Education workshops to over 500 teachers in rural and small-town Karnataka.
As an extension to this project, the Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan and IFA are jointly hosting a major Arts Education Conference on 3rd and 4th of February, 2012, at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangalore.Participation in the Arts Education Conference is open to key stakeholders in Arts Education in India and abroad. Artists, teachers, educationists, policy makers, donors and organisations interested in issues related to diversity and social justice. 

Please read the concept note that can be downloaded here.

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