Due to the Museum closure due to Covid-19 this event will not be taking place on the planned date. The Museum hope to find a new date once re-opening is possible and will be in touch with ticket holders with further updates.
Join VocalEyes describer Lonny Evans and the exhibition curator for a tour of Tantra: enlightenment to revolution.
Tantra is an ancient philosophy and set of practices originating in India that privileges the feminine and opened up new ways of seeing the world as a source of limitless power; it transformed South Asia’s major religions, challenged society’s norms, inspired revolution and, from the 20th century onward, has been re-imagined as a means of liberating society from convention.
Meet at the Information Desk.
Image description: ‘Figure of K?l? striding over recumbent ?iva. Her necklace is formed of several skulls, while in her hand she carries a further gory trophy. Her earrings are made of children’s bodies. Her crown is of a specifically Bengali type, made of painted and gilded clay.’