A fifteen day-long, online engagement was facilitated to introduce concepts around creating an archive, conducting ethnographic studies and building narratives. This project-based learning module navigates between exploring different activities for a creative practice and engaging with technical knowhow about archiving inforamtion.

Oral History and Heritage Studies

This four-day intensive workshop was facilitated in collaboration with INTACH Bengaluru to add to the ongoing research for the dossier on World Heritage City nomination of Srirangapatna to the UNESCO.

Ethnography and Communication

This two-week long workshop was conducted as a collaborative between The Kishkinda Trust and the UNESCO Chair at Srishti, for postgraduate students to equip them with qualitative research methodology for community engagement.

Cultural and Creative Practices

This semester long studio was taught as a part of the postgraduate program in heritage design planning and management at Srishti Institute of Art Design and Technology. The intention was to engage with participatory tools and community-based research, to document and assess the potential (and threats) of cultural practices in development processes for heritage towns.