KNMA participates in the two-day Global Summit – ‘Reimagining Museums in India’ organized by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India, in partnership with Bloomberg

New Delhi : Kiran Nadar Museum of Art will be participating in a two-day Global Summit titled ‘Reimagining Museums in India’ organized by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. In the session exploring the theme ‘Collections (Curation & Conservation Practices), Roobina Karode – Director and Chief Curator, KNMA, New Delhi alongside Heng Noi Loh – Director Collections, National Heritage Board, Singapore will participate in the panel discussion chaired by Jayanta Sengupta – Secretary and Curator, Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata.

 

The summit offers a platform for engaging with nationally and internationally renowned museum professionals, sharing best practices in Museology, fostering networks, encouraging strategic partnerships, and creating a framework to steer museum development and renewal. KNMA is glad to take forward it’s engagement in exchange of ideas and knowledge within shared platforms through this participation.

 

To catch this event, please register here: https://reimaginingmuseumsinindia.com/

When: 15 & 16 February 2022

Panel Discussion with Roobina Karode and Heng Noi Loh on 16 February 2022

Time: 4:55 pm – 5:40 pm IST

 

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