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Pedagogies of the Rural

27/04/2024, WORKSHOP

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Bio

Dharmendra Prasad lives and works between Assam and Bihar, India. His work deals with how marginalized groups live with agrarian life in India, and the coming of plantation based capitalism in the contemporary. Prasad runs the artistic, community project Harvest School that gathers families, farmers, craftsmen, fishermen, urban youth, and non-human agencies to unlearn imperial attitudes; colonial, nationalistic and industrial practices.

Workshop Info

Hosting Lands, along with collaborating artist Dharmendra Prasad, invite you to a workshop on memory in rural spaces, ancestral and local knowledge, and how plantations are changing our relations to food and farms.

The workshop is a space to gather, share stories, to build and to discuss how to shape lasting infrastructures of knowledge exchanges between the collaborators and their Danish hosting sites to Dharmendra’s projects in India. And how to extend and build solidarity across spaces and contexts in Denmark and beyond.

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Hosting Lands at PDAS ( Hårbølle, Møn)

📌📌Hårbøllevej 40 4792 Askeby

10am to 11am

Making and sharing Litti: a small roasted doughbread, typically a farmer’s food in Dharmendra’s region. To be made and shared collectively.

11am to 12:30pm

Screening and Q&A

12:30 to 13:30pm

Lunch

13:30 to 14:30pm

Workshop Exercise 1

14:30pm to 15:30pm

Workshop Exercise 2

15:30pm to 16:00

Round up and reflection

FOOD

We will serve coffee, tea and cookies through the day. We will also provide basic lunch. But if in the community spirit, you want to bring some food, we are happy to have it, and share amongst you all. But really up to you!

TIMINGS

We will be in PDAS from 10:00am until 4pm.
We would love if you could stay through the day, we would love it, but no pressures otherwise! Drop in as you like.

WEATHER/OUTDOOR

Bring warm clothes and outdoor shoes!

SUPPORTED BY

Bikuben Vision Exhibition Award
Globus Call Nordisk KulturFond

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