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The Multi[log]ue Collective

Urban Dialogue | Public Outreach | Creative Experimentation

© 2017 created by The Multi[log]ue Collective

PUBLIC FORUMS

We make constant efforts to reaching out to people, in a bid to sensitize them towards our objectives and forge interdisciplinary alliances to act upon various urban predicaments with a holistic approach. Our tools for public outreach include workshops, talks, exhibitions, competitions, and social media interaction.

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LOST | Chapter 1

Exhibition | Narratives | Travelogues

The Multi[log]ue Collective has come up with a new series of forums called 'Lost'. The first chapter includes an exhibition, a few narratives and travelogue sessions with travelers from different fields.

Session 1: Exhibition + Narratives by 
Sohini Maiti | Harsh Patel | Satyajit Mal

Topic: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE TRANSITION OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS IN THE HIMALAYAN REGION

Session 2: Travelogues
Travel Experiences by Sahil Singh, Shubhayan Modak, and Abhimanyu Verma.

02

Gender Sensitivity and Inclusion

Talk session + Discussion

TMLC had launched an awareness campaign around Gender Sensitivity in the month of July and August and collaborated with a multitude of experts and enthusiasts to produce written and graphical journals and narratives around the theme of ‘Gender Sensitivity and Inclusion’. We have been posting a few graphics and narratives every week. Our intent was to make it reach out to maximum people to raise awareness and to even come up with participatory solutions. 

As a part of the awareness and outreach campaign, The Multilogue Collective in collaboration with CMYK Bookstore and Pahal- Nurturing Lives, has organized this public forum with the intent to gain more insight into the theme.

Speakers for the forum-
1. Mrinalini Ray
Topic: 'Exploring solutions for inclusive development: for people beyond the binary | A live interview.'

2. Avantika Tewari
Topic: '(En)Gendering the City: Stories of Housing in Delhi'

3. Kruttika Susarla
Topic: 'Gender, Sexuality, and Social Impact through Visual Arts'

Key Note Session
Speaker: Prof. Amit Sengupta
Topic: 'The Gendered Divide: Optimism and Despair in Contemporary India'