Category Archives: Travelling Exhibitions

Free to choose, free to debate, free to create

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‘I love Bollywood dance moves and I want each one of you to introduce yourself with one move’ was how Aaron Peterer from the Anne Frank House, Amsterdam began the three-day Free2Choose Create workshop. At the end of the introduction, the fourteen of us had outdone Farah Khan in creating the next magnum opus for…

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A tour through Peer Guide Training

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28–29 November 2013 The Anne Frank exhibition had finally arrived in India with Calcutta hosting it for the first time—thank you Seagull. Before the exhibition opened for public viewing, 18 students from four schools—La Martinere for Boys, Lakshmipat Singhania Academy, Modern High School for Girls and Calcutta International School—came together for a two-day workshop at…

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Travelling Exhibitions Available on Request

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The Boxing Ladies – David Trattles The girl boxers always trained at dusk. They’d come trickling in from slum-crowded Eckbalpore and Khidderpore. To transit, they had a few rupees and a few options. To start with, the girls face the same kinds of challenges that women would have to face as boxers in any community,…

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