Informal networks and cultural collaborations


International cultural projects are really important for local communities, says Natasha Ginwala. She is the independent curator of international biennials and projects in India and South Asia. In short videos, based on her own experience, she shows the importance of international projects in local communities and speaks about cultural collaborations.


After the lecture you will learn:

— About collective work and sharing skill sets in independent cultural organisations

— How international biennials help to work with local audiences

— About the role of private patronage in building a cultural landscape

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