1 Current & upcoming Programme

3 December 2019–31 March 2020

Pedagogy as Practice

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19 Past programmes

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Wed, 27 May 2020

Life Lessons #1: Pablo Helguera & Vidya Shivadas | Experimenting Within Institutions

Life Lessons | Talk

Thu, 12 Dec 2019

Chaitanya Sambrani | Careers of Internationalism: Baroda and Bandung


Mon, 28 Oct 2019

Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti | Permanent Temporariness

Who Owns It? | Talk

Wed, 30 May 2018

Shimada Yoshiko | Gendaishicho-sha Bigakko: Alternative Art Education in Post-1968 Japan


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Shantiniketan: A World University

R. Siva Kumar in Conversation with Regina Bittner and Kathrin Rhomberg


Part-time Pedagogies: Introducing Three Places for Emancipatory Learning

Through annotated illustrations, Michael Leung reflects on the potential for emancipatory learning in Hong Kong

Geeta Kapur, Meera Mukherjee, and Gogi Saroj Pal at the Kasauli Art Centre Artist Workshop
Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Photograph of Geeta Kapur, Meera Mukherjee, and Gogi Saroj Pal

A look at an image taken at the Kasauli Art Centre Artist Workshop in 1978


Framing Spatial Stories: Life Beyond the Plan, Survey, and Grid

Solomon Benjamin and Wing Shing Tang's artistic explorations of Hong Kong for 15 Invitations


Interview with Huma Mulji

The Pakistani artist discusses taxidermy, art schools in Pakistan, and the outside world’s perception of art from her country


Research Log | The Curatorial Imperative

The buzzword of the season in India is “curating”


Interview with Pisithpong Siraphisut

The artist discusses his work, the Thai art education system, and the innovative ComPeung Village of Creativity


Interview with Nguyen Huy An

The Vietnamese artist discusses his practice, found objects, and Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City


Research Log | A Fresh Breeze in Art Education

A classroom in the basement of Yokohama Yamate Chinese School and the Yokohama Triennale

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Thu, 28 May 2020

What Did I Clean Today?

Indian artist Nilanjana Nandy explores personal, gender, and social issues around the act of cleaning

Mon, 18 May 2020

Learning at Home | Think Time

New York-based artist Chang Yuchen explores the notion of time with a series of reflective activities inspired by different artworks

Tue, 5 May 2020

Learning at Home | Our Distance from Nature (Pandemic Edition)

Hong Kong artist Lo Lai Lai introduces a series of home farming activities and encourages students to contemplate their relationship with nature

Tue, 5 May 2020

Learning at Home | Paper Ripping—A Therapeutic Pen Pal Project

Hong Kong artist Pak Sheung Chuen introduces an alternative way of communication through shapes, colours, and digits

Thu, 16 Apr 2020

Learning at Home | Experiments with Zines

Hong Kong artist Beatrix Pang introduces zine-making as a way to record our observations, feelings, and thoughts

Thu, 12 Mar 2020

Learning at Home | Connecting the Pieces of Everyday Life

Hong Kong artist Kith Tsang Tak Ping encourages students to rethink their daily habits

Thu, 12 Mar 2020

Learning at Home | People and Things at Home

Hong Kong artist Tang Kwok Hin explores home as a source of inspiration for art making

Thu, 12 Mar 2020

Learning at Home | The Lovers, 1988/2020

Hong Kong artist Law Yuk Mui guides students to think about human relationship through their own experiences and a series of artworks

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Thu, 3 Oct 2019

Contemporary Art Study—From Research and Archive to Art Making

A case study involving archives as a point of departure for self-exploration and art making

Image: Jyoti Bhatt, Documentatation of Life Study Class at the Department of Painting, 1970.

Towards Modernism: Art of India from 1950 to 1990

WATCH: This talk explores concepts central to modernist artistic practice in India between 1950 and 1990