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Gender. Kala. Aur Hum
Fri Aug 2, 2:30 PM
reFrame institute or art and expression
Are you an artist trying to figure out how to speak about issues relating to gender that are close to your heart? Are you an activist, researcher, trainer, organiser, cultural enthusiast, college student, or simply a student of life wanting to speak in an artistic, creative way about gender, and how it intersects with caste, class, religion, ethnicity, work, leisure, dis/ability, biology, desire or much more? Or someone who wants to talk about gender in the context of the environment, economy, governance or nationalism/s? Then the Gender. Kala. Aur Hum workshops may be just the thing for you.

A series of three art appreciation workshops, each with a specific artform as its focus through which they will look at issues of gendered lives and living. The workshops will deconstruct various artworks to understand how they address diverse concerns and issues, and help you think through how you may want to use these or other artforms to express yourself.

Details of workshops:
2nd August - Gender and Digital Performance: When technology becomes part of the performance
3rd August - Gender and Mixed Media Art: When anything becomes a medium to create art
4th August - Gender and Film: When we go beyond the tropes of popular cinema

Objectives of the workshop series:
1. Review contemporary Indian feminist artworks together
2. Discover some global feminist art and artists
3. Explore the intersections of political art around gender
4. Discuss creative ideas of participants

Medium of Instruction:
English and Hindi.

Entry Fee:
Registration required

Workshop timings:
2 August - 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm
3 August - 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm
4 August - 12 pm to 6:30 pm

Resource Team:
The workshops will be conducted by members of reFrame, a Delhi based initiative that produces, mentors and disseminates artistic efforts that respond to contemporary social and political challenges.
Vani Subramanian, feminist activist, documentary filmmaker and mixed media artist.
Tulika Srivastava, documentary film commissioner, mentor and programmer.
Ridhima Mehra, feminist documentary film commissioner, mentor and programmer.
Neeharika Sreedhar, researcher and designer.

Participants:
The workshops are open to all who may or may not see themselves as artists, but are interested in creating and using art for social change. Participants could include students, art enthusiasts, those involved in social movements, political/cultural organisations and societies. Those with a basic understanding of gender and its intersectionalities will be given preference.

No. of participants:
20-25 people per workshop

How to apply:
1. Complete and submit the form here - www.reframeonline.net/gkh-lamakaan
2. Last date for applications is 20th July 2024.
3. Participants are free to register for one, two or three workshops.