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Bagri Foundation

Talvin Singh, OBE, Percussionist, Composer & Producer & Suhail Yusuf Khan, Illuminating India, presented in partnership with the Science Museum, © The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum.

Squared Kufic Script © The Prince's Foundation School of Traditional Arts

Chinese Calligraphy: Running Script course at The Prince's Foundation School of Traditional Arts. © Xuzhuang Li

Park Nights 2017 / Shubbak Festival Bouchra Ouizguen: Corbeaux (Friday 14 July, Serpentine Pavilion) Photo: © 2017 Hugo Glendinning

South Asian Block Printing at The Prince's Foundation School of Traditional Arts

Spellbound: Magic, Ritual & Witchcraft Exhibition at Ashmolean Museum

31 August 2018 - 6 January 2019, Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 2PH

We are delighted to support the Ashmolean’s autumn exhibition. 'Spellbound: Magic, Ritual' explores the history of a fascinating cultural phenomenon – magic. The exhibition explores the inner lives of our ancestors, offering an insight into how people in the past actually felt and what they did to cope with the world they lived in.

About

The Bagri Foundation, a UK registered charity, was established in 1990. It was set up to provide philanthropic assistance through education, relief-work, the advancement of health and the preservation of Asia’s cultural heritage.

Partners

We are proud to forge partnerships with a number of established organisations. These include: Asia House, London Indian Film Festival, Soumik Datta Arts, The Prince's Foundation School of Traditional Arts, The Royal Opera House, University of Oxford's Classical Art Research Centre, Shubbak, the Science Museum, the Royal Collection Trust, the Ashmolean Museum and the River to River Florence Indian Film Festival.