Art and museums

Museums: Shaping History, Connecting Cultures

The upcoming Delhi event will also become a museological space for an evening to look at everyday objects from Bihar from a not-so-distant past and their relationship with memory and culture and inclusive representation of various identities and crafts.

Bihar Museum Biennale’s second edition
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Since its inception, museums have been more than mere historical objects, giving shape and presence to history by bridging the past with the present.

The upcoming Delhi event will also become a museological space for an evening to look at everyday objects from Bihar from a not-so-distant past and their relationship with memory and culture and inclusive representation of various identities and crafts.

In a unique collaboration with Bihar Museum, the Outlook Group brings a series of panel discussions on museums, their roles, and their evolution as part of the Bihar Museum Biennale’s second edition.

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