Category Archives: Travelling Exhibitions

Anne Frank- A History for Today in Delhi

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In the past, I had often wondered how schoolteachers teach the same subject, the same syllabus, the same topics out of the same textbooks—year in and year out! It must take great ingenuity and creativity to not fall into the trap of monotony. ccccThe understanding of how this works has come to me through the…

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Anne Frank– A History for Today in Hyderabad

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  2019 didn’t just begin, it toppled in rather unceremoniously. On the second day of the new year, Megha and I set off for Hyderabad where ‘Anne Frank: A History for Today’ was invited to be a part of the 16th edition of Krishnakriti Foundation’s Arts and Culture festival– a host of firsts for my…

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Anne Frank Project at St. Kabir Public School, Chandigarh

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Report prepared by Deeptha Vivekanand. The Anne Frank Project was launched in Chandigarh on 11th October, 2018, at St. Kabir Public School. The project involved the display of the international traveling exhibition ‘Anne Frank – A History for Today’, the screening of the documentary A Short Life of Anne Frank and related educational activities such…

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Anne Frank – A History for Today in Mumbai

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27 August 2018 I approached the World Trade Centre at 8.30 a.m., all set to conduct a regular, routine day of workshopping with a group of twenty-five students. Having facilitated the Peer Guide Training, which is part of the Anne Frank—A History for Today project, several times, the only thing I was really concerned about…

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Anne Frank Project- Dhaka

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Wednesday, 17 January 2018 On a cold winter morning, braving the infamous Dhaka traffic, Priya Machado and Loes Singels from Amsterdam and I, set out for the Liberation War Museum, where we would be setting up the exhibition Anne Frank – A History for Today and facilitating all the related education workshops. Built to commemorate…

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