Nadine Wietlisbach in conversation with Kamini Sawhney 
A glimpse into how the institution of the museum is being reimagined and reinvented today. 
Wednesday, 9th March, 6:30 pm (IST)Left: A woman in a black dress with her hand on her hip smiling. Right: A woman in a blue dress with her arms folded smiling. Nadine Wietlisbach (left) (image credit: Anne Morgenstern); Kamini Sawhney (right)

This episode of MAP’s series Director’s Cut features Nadine Wietlisbach, Director of Fotomuseum Winterthur in Switzerland.
Wietlisbach has worked for various institutions in Europe, South Africa and the United States and has been the Director of Fotomuseum Winterthur since 2018. At the museum, she devises exhibitions, publications, and other discursive formats of presentation in the fields of contemporary photography and art.
The Director’s Cut series, anchored by Kamini Sawhney (Director of MAP), offers a glimpse into how the institution of the museum is being reimagined and reinvented today. It presents a unique opportunity to hear from reputed practitioners in museums around the world as they reflect on their institutional experiences, behind-the-scenes challenges, unique initiatives, and more.
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I N S T A G R A M  T A K E O V E R 
Young Artists Takeover + Roundtable 
Celebrating Women’s History Month at MAP. 
Wednesday, 9th MarchA black and white photograph of a womanSouth Asian dance artist and choreographer, Vidya Patel

To celebrate Women’s History month, MAP is inviting three young South Asian artists to take over our Instagram in March. The first takeover features the incredible Vidya Patel – a dance artist, choreographer and performer. She will be joining us from Birmingham, UK to share snippets from a day in her life!

Do join us at the end of the month (30th March, 7 pm IST) for a roundtable discussion between the three artists who work across painting, sketching, poetry and dance. The conversation will be sure to enlighten all with the artists discussing their multifaceted experiences of being women, and gender queer, how their creative work takes shape, and the care and tenderness with which they chart their lived experiences through their work.

This event will not have Indian Sign Language interpretation. However, if you’d like to avail the conversation with interpretation, write to us prior to the event at or leave a DM here.
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E D U C A T O R ‘S  W O R K S H O P 
Iconic Images A workshop on photojournalism for educators. 
Thursday, 10th March, 4:00 pm (IST)Four boys diving in the water in an order.Boys jumping into water to enjoy a swim on a hot afternoon, T. S. Satyan, Silver gelatin print, PHY.07773

What makes a photograph iconic? How does it shape our perception of the world?

This March, join us in an interactive workshop that explores such questions through photojournalism. Discover how you can help your learners reflect deeply and think critically about photography, and use these skills in their own work.

Note: The workshop caters to K-12 educators and is not limited to visual art teachers only. We welcome educators from all disciplines.

Limited seats available
Fee: 300 INR
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