Art Education in India has an outdated model of teaching | Ritu Khoda | The Financial Times, 14 July 2019

“The new vision for art education should understand its community better and start building its foundations from the roots, which are the teachers and the students… Moreover, we also need to empower the teachers by offering them meaningful intensive training programmes, exposures to art and cultural resources, time to research and deliberate.”

– Ritu Khoda, Founder-Director, Art1st Foundation

Pick up a copy of The Financial Times to read Ritu Khoda’s conversation with Faizal Khan on the need to radically re-structure the art education models in India.

 

2 comments

  1. Maam very true indeed
    How can I really contact you I m drawing teacher of little kids
    I really think u could b of my help

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