As part of the Livelihood Creation Project, the SAI team recently visited organizations in Delhi, where the craft sector has been influenced by the different dynasties that have ruled the city.
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The members will support SAI’s Arts Program, which connects South Asia’s curators, museum administrators, artists, and art educators with Harvard faculty and students to advance understanding and appreciation of South Asian art.
“Historic preservation in India must evolve from its emphasis on the heritage monument as a static object to one more inclusively integrating local communities,” writes GSD students Jane Philbrick and Maria Letizia Garzoli, who explored Agra in the GSD studio ‘Extreme Urbanism III: Planning for Conservation.’
Austin and Patrick spent part of their winter session in Nepal, conducting research on their project ‘Nepal Earthquake Relief Effort Data Usage Narrative.’
SAI will welcome two artists to Harvard during the spring semester.
How has architecture in India evolved since independence? What is the state of the profession? Does architecture really matter? These are a few of the questions explored by Rahul Mehrotra, GSD, in his exhibit, ‘The State of Architecture,’ currently on display in Mumbai.
In this interview, the author discusses his exhibit of drawings “The Cross-Dressing God,” as well as his work uncovering queer themes in mythology and what that means for modern India.
In a webinar on Jan. 7, panelists from FabIndia, Jaypore.com, and Okhai shared lessons for marketing handcrafted goods, both through traditional and online channels.
The conference brought together business leaders, entertainment professionals, government officials, philanthropists, and many other leaders to engage in a conversation about India’s path to global leadership.
The event brought together 25 organizations that are developing technology-based solutions to maximize social impact.