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Paul Mellon Centre | London, Asia, Art, Worlds Conference: Pedagogy & Learning

June 10, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 11:15 am

The Pedagogy and Learning panel will examine the roles of art schools and universities in creating transnational historiographies of knowledge, methods and materials; as well as the tactics of learning against the grain practiced by students who become teachers for future generations.

*Times in CT

Chair: Ming Tiampo (Professor of Art History, and co-director of the Centre for Transnational Cultural Analysis at Carleton University)

8:00–8:15am Welcome & Introductions

8:15–9:00am Keynote: Naazish Ata-Ullah(Former Principal of the National College of Arts, Lahore, Pakistan), “Multi-layered histories: evolving pedagogies in Pakistan’s pioneering art school”

9:00–9:15am Discussion & Questions

9:15–9:30am Break

9:30–9:35am Welcome back/Introductions

9:35–9:50am Aziz Sohail (Curator, Writer and Researcher), “A Changed World: London, Karachi: 1985–1999”

9:50–10:05am Charmaine Toh (Curator, National Gallery Singapore), “First Move: Tang Da Wu in London”

10:05–10:20am Chanon Kenji Praepipatmongkol (Curator, Singapore Art Museum), “Human, Person, Friend: Subjects of Comparative Religion in Postwar Thai Art”

10:20–10:45am Discussion & Questions

10:45–11:15am Optional breakout rooms for continued discussion

This event is part of London, Asia, Art, Worlds, a multi-part program of online events taking place in May and June 2021. It is envisioned as a murmuration, a series of interconnected papers, conversations, performances and interventions.