Localized Hubs have been engaging with ACMC21 and we look forward to their conference contributions in January!
BTU Cottbus | Germany
BTU@ACMC21: Heritage Studies & Digital Sustainability
Over the past few months the BTU@ACMC21 hub has been meeting online regularly to discuss what borders mean to us, to heritage studies and in relation to our digital learning experiences as well as the ways these can be overcome. We have been sharing experiences about the borders we each face, coming from a diverse variety of backgrounds, and asking our fellow university students for their insights too. As part of our hub, we will also be hosting ‘Thesis Talks.’ Check out the poster below for more information about it on our poster!
Jodi Bolo Rongin | Kolkata, India
Jodi Bolo Rongin is an arts-for-change venture aimed at addressing social and cultural issues through art and literature. Initiated in 2016 on Facebook, it now has over 11,000 followers, has hosted numerous offline events, often in collaboration with other cultural organizations in Kolkata, India including Apeejay Bangla Sahitya Utsab, The Musiana Collective, Bondu, Janus Cultural Society and ThinkArts.
The Hub at Jodi Bolo Rongin is highlighting the issues faced by cultural practitioners and organisers in Kolkata, India, and surrounding areas, showcasing efforts to overcome contemporary challenges, and engage audiences by facilitating interactive experiences that promote local arts.
Until January 10, the Hub hosted by Jodi Bolo Rongin will be considering additional papers as part of a group presentation.