M3: Man, Male, Masculine is the South-Asian regional project on the theme of Masculinities by Goethe-Institut, aiming to discuss current visions of masculinity with children and young adults of both genders in India and Bangladesh. On 27th March, we wrapped up a 3-day ‘Train the Trainer’ workshop as part of the project, guiding educators fromContinue reading “Project M3: On the Road (Train the Trainer workshop by Goethe-Institut)”
A photography exhibition held on February 4th and 5th at Folly, Amethyst. The exhibition titled Reframed: North Chennai through the lens of young residents showcases the work of six young photographers who are residents of the northern region of Chennai. The young photographers were supervised under the guidance of celebrated photographer M. Palani Kumar. PalaniContinue reading “Reframed: North Chennai through the lens of young residents”
As we started spending time at home, we attempted to redefine what home means to us, 18 students joined us on this journey of exploration from Chennai and Delhi. The workshop revolved around us finding home in the spaces we inhabited and in the people that surrounded us. There were many conversations where students sharedContinue reading “Exploring home”
Join our Art Mediation Program during CPB’s 3rd Edition! Are you an art educator looking for new ways to engage your students? This December, join us on a journey through Maps of Disquiet, the third edition of Chennai Photo Biennale. Through this art mediation program, you will have the opportunity to experience CPB Edition 3Continue reading “Join Our Art Mediation Program During CPB Edition 3!”
In January 2021, we began what has now become a year-long collaboration with the Goethe-Institut, Chennai on their project M³: Man, Male, Masculine. Following workshops exploring masculinity and gender roles with children at Kovilpatti and Nalandaway Chennai, we’ve now completed two workshops with students from Nalandaway Delhi over three months, from June 1st to AugustContinue reading “Exploring Masculinity through Photography: Workshops with NalandaWay Delhi”
Over the past few months, we’ve been working on a project with the Goethe-Institut on Masculinity. We had 10 students from Nalandaway Foundation as part of our pilot workshop on this topic. Hi! I’m Habiba, one of the educators at CPB Prism. I was the primary educator for this program and this workshop took placeContinue reading “Exploring Masculinity, Questioning Realities.”
September 2020 was PCOS Awareness Month, so we got in touch with Ankita Das, who graduated from NIFT Kolkata in 2019 to talk about her project ‘Your Acystant to PCOS,’ what started off as a project for her 5th-semester class soon turned into a journey of empowerment and awareness for Das and others around her.
By: Suhani Sethi, KC High school, Grade 10 Photography is all the craze these days. Social media apps like Instagram and Facebook are constantly evolving to make their platform simpler but more sophisticated for photographers of all ages to promote their work! However, the emergence of different social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter goContinue reading “Social Media . . . a boon or a bane?”