Domestic Heritages : Memories & Micro-Narratives

Event Date:

August 8, 2020

Event Time:

4:00 pm

Event Location:

71, Lodi Estate,

The Hooghly Chapter of Indian National Trust for Arts & Cultural Heritage (INTACH) invites you to a Two-Day International Webinar.
Topic – Domestic Heritages: Memories & Micro-Narratives
Organised in collaboration with The Indian Museum, Kolkata, Ministry of Culture, Government of India supported by INTACH West Bengal & Calcutta Regional Chapter
Time – August 8 and 9, 2020 (Saturday & Sunday) (4-7 PM IST).
In collaboration with:
The webinar proposes to critically engage with domestic space which is a site, where past is an unconscious chequered representation of domestic present. Individuals and families, voluntarily or involuntarily, act as agents of transmission of heritage through possession of heirlooms of the family, rituals, beliefs and traces of memory. It aims to graph ‘domestic heritage’ by focusing on the micro-narratives of individuals and their shared collective memories within the parameter of private domestic spaces.
We are excited about your participation and will be thankful for sharing ‘your heritage’ with the world. Let’s rediscover YOUR heritage.

Webinar Details

Sunday, 08 Aug 2020
  • 04:00 – 04:30 pm :
    Inaugural address – Mr G.M. Kapoor, State Convenor, INTACH, West Bengal & Calcutta regional chapter;
    Second Address – Dr. Sayan Bhattacharya, Education Officer, Indian Museum, Kolkata
  • 04:30 – 05:00 pm :
    Third Address – Ms. Purnima Datt, Principal Director, Heritage Education & Communication Service, INTACH
  • 05:00 – 05:30 pm :
    Session 1: Pre-recorded Testimonial – #thisismyheritage.
  • 05:30 – 06:00 pm :
    Session 2: Live Testimonial – #thisismyheritage.
  • 06:00 – 06:45 pm :
    Session 3: Dr. Jyoti Mohan, Independent Historian, Baltimore, USA
  • 06:45 – 07:00 pm :
    Vote of Thanks
Sunday, 09 Aug 2020
  • 04:00 – 04:45 pm:
    First Address – Dr. Neeru Mishra, Former Director, Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi
  • 05:00 – 05:45 pm :
    Second Address – Dr. Edward Hollis, Prof. of Interior Design & Deputy Dean of Research, University of Edinburgh, UK
  • 06:00 – 06:45 pm :
    Third Address – Dr. Romita Ray, Assistant. Prof., Dept. of Art & Music Histories, Syracuse University, USA
  • 06:45 – 07:00 pm :
    Vote of Thanks

Watch Live Streaming of the Webinar in the official FB page of Banglalive and through the following link –

Event Location:

  • 71, Lodi Estate,
  • New Delhi
  • Delhi
  • India

Event Schedule Details

  • August 8, 2020 4:00 pm   -   August 9, 2020 7:00 pm
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