New York Indian Community - NewYorkindian.com
| | | | | | | | | | |
 


 

Please note Screen India: Ghare Baire (Home and the World) occurred in past.

 

Please visit Event Section to see latest events.

Add A Recap of this event

Screen India: Ghare Baire (Home and the World)

Share With Your Friends



Send Me A Reminder

Discuss About This Event

Screen India: Ghare Baire (Home and the World) by Bard Graduate Center in New York



Description:
Bard Graduate Center's exhibition on the life of artist, designer, journalist, and colonial administrator John Lockwood Kipling (1837-1911) opens up questions about visual representations of the colonial encounter in India and its aftermath. Lockwood Kipling, a significant figure in his own time, is better remembered today as Rudyard Kipling's father. He lent his considerable talents to poetry, journalism, book illustrations, editing, museum design, furniture-making, and the plastic arts more generally. In Screen India, a film series that accompanies the exhibition, we turn to cinema through the works of artists who came of age in the shadow of empire, war, and, decolonization to explore issues of identity, interracial intimacy, and friendship across the colonial divide. Set in the context of a post-imperial world caught up in its own predicament about cross-cultural relations, and coming seventy years after the end of British colonial rule in the India, Screen India presents a series of films by renowned directors from India, France, Italy, Britain, and the United States. Scholars from around the country will introduce each film followed by a screening.
Adults $8 / Students and Seniors $5. Five-event pass, $35.
 

View other Events

Important Note: NewYorkindian.com has tried it's best to provide accurate information for Screen India: Ghare Baire (Home and the World), we request you to check our site for updates. NewYorkindian.com is not responsible for any cancellations or changes in events.


 

When & Where
Screen India: Ghare Baire (Home and the World) Occured in past

 
About Organizer
This event occured in past