Geography is connected to everything.
Indian performing arts, poetry, and music are intimately connected to geography – the monsoons, the diverse cultures, agriculture, seasons, …
As part of the workshop on Internationalizing Geography Education: A Focus on India and South Asia, students of Army Public School, Bangalore will present a live program at the School premises.
The program will include live music by the Army Public School student choir, bharata-naatyam (south Indian classical dance), and kathak (a northern Indian classical dance form) — both dances by a student of the School.
All items are connected with geography.
The full details of the program will be announced at the venue.
Where: Army Public School, K. Kamaraj Road, Bangalore.
When: 6:30pm – 8:30pm, Wednesday, 14 March 2012
Suggested attire: Semi-formal
Entrance: The event is free and open to everyone, especially for kids!
Directions: You could use the map below
Internationalizing Geography Education: Perspectives from India and South Asia is organized by the Association of American Geographers, Washington DC and The Indian Institute of Geographical Studies, Bangalore.
This evening is a collaborative presentation of:
Association of American Geographers
Army Public School, Bangalore
The Indian Institute of Geographical Studies
GeoVidyaa Geography Centre of Excellence
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