NOC:Folk and Minor Art in India


Lecture 1 - Changing Definition of Folk and Minor Art


Lecture 2 - Timelines and Regions: General Mapping


Lecture 3 - Traditional Roots: Elements and Principles


Lecture 4 - Timelessness: Primitive Connection


Lecture 5 - Evolution in Purpose: Ritualistic to Propagative


Lecture 6 - Contemporary Practice


Lecture 7 - Classification and Connections: Traditional Roots


Lecture 8 - Early Literary Resources


Lecture 9 - Mythical Associations


Lecture 10 - Idea of Nationalism and Modernism in the Context of Folk Art-I and II


Lecture 11 - Relevance of the Art Practice


Lecture 12 - Contextualization and Decontextualization


Lecture 13 - Concept of Communication for Social Purpose


Lecture 14 - Aesthetic Perspective


Lecture 15 - Secularity and Religious Plurality


Lecture 16 - Ethnographic perspective on the study of Folk Art and Culture


Lecture 17 - About the Exponents who brought the culture under the Limelight


Lecture 18 - Commonality and Congruity in the Diverse Content of Art


Lecture 19 - School of Art in Madhubani Painting


Lecture 20 - Art as a Feminine Preserve vs the Male painters of Madhubani


Lecture 21 - Yamapata, Pytkar and other art practice of Jharkhand: Yamapata by the Jadopatias, Sohari Painters and their Art


Lecture 22 - Patachitra of Bengal


Lecture 23 - Patachitra of Odisha


Lecture 24 - Continuum of the Practice: Ancient Centres, Contemporary Scenario, Method and Material - 1


Lecture 25 - Continuum of the Practice: Ancient Centres, Contemporary Scenario, Method and Material - 2


Lecture 26 - Continuum of the Practice: Ancient Centres, Contemporary Scenario, Method and Material - 3


Lecture 27 - Case study-1 : Gond Art


Lecture 28 - Case study-2 : Bengal Patachitra


Lecture 29 - Case study-3 : Madhubani Paintings


Lecture 30 - Characteristics of Contemporary Collection - Semiotic Analysis


Lecture 31 - Characteristics of Contemporary Collection - Thematic and Iconic Analysis


Lecture 32 - Characteristics of Contemporary Collection of Indian Folk and Minor Art


Lecture 33 - Thematic Change in Contemporary Collection of Indian Folk and Minor Art


Lecture 34 - Individual Expression in Contemporary Collection of Indian Folk and Minor Art


Lecture 35 - Cultural Condition: Colonial and Postcolonial Bengal - Part I


Lecture 36 - Cultural Condition: Colonial and Postcolonial Bengal - Part II


Lecture 37 - Contextualizing Folk idiom - Part I


Lecture 38 - Contextualizing Folk idiom - Part II


Lecture 39 - Contextualizing Folk idiom - Part III


Lecture 40 - Coexistence and Collaborations with Mainstream Art


Lecture 41 - Alternative Context: Place of Folk Art in Contemporary Lifestyle


Lecture 42 - Need of Paradigm Shift - I


Lecture 43 - Need of Paradigm Shift - II


Lecture 44 - Endnote