The Delhi Urban Platform
invites you to
Made in Delhi : Post-1947 Cultural Institutions
Ashok Vajpeyi, Hindi poet, critic, cultural administrator; Currently, Chairman,Lalit Kala Akademi, Delhi
Kaushik Bhaumik, Historian and Senior Vice-President, The Film House, Osian’s
Vidya Shivadas, Art Historian and Curator, Vadhera Gallery, Delhi
Ravi Vasudevan, Film Historian, CSDS/SARAI, Chair & Discussant
Date : 13th April, 2011 Time :4:30-6:30 pm
This panel will interrogate an important aspect of Delhi’s identity as a hosting site for a national imaginary about culture as it emerges, post-1947, via the realms of policy pertaining to language/literature, the arts, media and higher education. Arguably, these domains were key to the articulation of an official vision through which the divergent logics of democracy, development and regional interests could be reconciled into manageable equations within the national-federal space.
An enduring part of Delhi’s legacy to the nation, the making of cultural policy and its institutional elaboration in/via the national capital defined categories and mechanisms through which social hierarchies and regional differences were negotiated and linked to structures of patronage that would impinge on cultural and intellectual production. The location of these processes in Delhi has thus resonated profoundly in spaces far beyond the capital’s city limits.
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