National Consortium of Tribal Arts and Culture : : NCTAC
The National Consortium of Tribal Arts and Culture is funded by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India. It is a project that involves the ...
The National Consortium of Tribal Arts and Culture project was initiated by Bhasha Research and Publications Center and a selected team of experts. They have been constantly engaged in coordinating with the participating museums and in the work of digitization of research materials and the creation of the interactive display and project website.
Funding for the NCTAC has been provided by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India, a body responsible for planning, policy, formulation, and coordination of programmes relating to the development and welfare of Scheduled Tribes.
The Museum of Voice at the Adivasi Academy, Tejgadh, Gujarat has helped to develop the model for documentation of the objects and acquistion numbering.
All research content and data has been supplied by the staff of the Tribal Research Institutes and their Museums.
Each of these organizations has contributed their time and resources towards the development of the National Consortium of Tribal Arts and Culture.
The NCTAC hope to continue expanding in the coming years through the increased participaiton of private and government owned museums that house collections tribal art and culture.
We therefore invite all such institutions and private individuals to come forward and contribute towards this consortium.
We also look forward to hearing from individuals interested in contributing their time, experience and creativity to this project.
Please address all correspondence to:
The Project Co-ordinator, National Consortium of Tribal Arts and Culture C/o Bhasha Research and Publication Center 62 Shreenathdham Duplex Bh. Dinesh Mills, Akota Vadodara 390 007
Ph: 0265 2331968 Fax: 0265 2359059 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org