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The department of Museology has been organizing different types of exhibitions over the years with the aim to offer the practical understanding to the students. It is the core subject in which students learn the various ways to put up an exhibition – types of exhibition, techniques, and exhibition designs. However, for providing the practical exposure to the students many exhibitions have been organized by the department which includes:

  • The exhibition titled, First Frames – In the Footsteps of Early Explorers, wasa two part exhibition, which aimed to bring to the people of Ladakh some of the earliest photographs of Ladakh and Tibet. The exhibition traces the footsteps of early explorers, Li Gotami & Lama Anagarika Govinda, and August Hermann Francke to bring together sets of photographs from their journeys, showcasing the landscape, people, life, culture and religion of the Western Himalayan region. 1st September- 1st October 2012.
  • A Photo exhibition named as “Nako – Living cultural heritage in the Western Himalayas” was jointly organized by the department of Museology and Conservation with Austria Embassy 19th -18th March 2011.
  • Department also organized an exhibition titled ‘Astitav- a quest for   Identity’ for the Archaeological Survey of India, which was mounted at the Children’s Museum, Siri Fort, and New Delhi. August 2008.
  • An Exhibition titled ‘Astitav- a Search for Our Identity” organized by the students of III semester Museology. The exhibition aimed at showcasing the plight of monuments, highlighting the possible causes for this ongoing degradation and explored the possibility of improving the same. Feb. - Oct. 2008.
  • An exhibition on the Photographic collection of J. Ph. Vogel from the Kern Institute, Leiden. March 2008
  • An exhibition ‘Prabhava’ was organized with the students of Museology department, 2004. It was an attempt to depict foreign influences on early Indian Art through visual portrayal of replicas, photos and interpretive texts.
  • A tactile exhibition for the Visually Impaired ‘Ehasas: Senses and Images’ for the visually impaired section of Museum Target Audience, November 2002.


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