Azim Premji Foundation


Apart from supporting the groups with their mural plans, acquiring the required materials, soothing out an odd moment of panic in one of the groups, cleanliness and waste disposal, there was this other ‘thing’ we tried to be mindful of,  which was to ensure that we don’t miss the feverish, buzzing […]

Reflections Off a Mural


At the second international seminar on Philosophy of Education, 2014, organized by The Azim Premji University in Bangalore, Professor Stephen De Giulio  made a presentation titled, ‘Power and Aesthetics: Rabindranath Tagore’s Decolonizing Pedagogy”.  During the presentation, he asked the audience to think of themselves as teachers who had small children […]

Aesthetic Explorations in higher education: An illustration


The September 2012 issue of Learning Curve was dedicated to the topic of the arts in school education. Learning Curve is a publication of the Azim Premji Foundation, an organization working in education in India. Brimming with a variety of reflective accounts and images of children’s creations, this issue is a delightful glimpse into […]

Learning Curve: The arts in school education