Chowdhury Center to send specialists to Dhaka Art Summit.

November 29, 2022

The Chowdhury Center in collaboration with the Institute for South Asia Studies and the South Asia Art Initiative at UC Berkeley is thrilled to announce that a team of specialists from UC Berkeley will be representing Cal at the 2020 Dhaka Art Summit. The interdisciplinary program, titled, "Indian Ocean Imaginaries as World History," will be led by historian Dr Munis D. Faruqui (Director, Institute for South Asia Studies), art historians Dr Atreyee Gupta (Assistant Professor of Global Modern Art, South and Southeast Asian Art) and Dr Sugata Ray (Associate Professor, South and Southeast Asian Art), artist Asma Kazmi (Assistant Professor, Department of Art Practice), and political scientist Dr Sanchita Saxena (Director, Subir and Malini Chowdhury Center for Bangladesh Studies), and will unfold in close collaboration with artists, activists, and art and architecture historians in Bangladesh. Read more HERE