Who Are We

We are a Bangalore based organization working towards revitalizing museums and bringing them closer to and making them more relevant to local communities. We work with museums and cultural heritage spaces to observe, evaluate and then provide multiple solutions for  the organization, their staff as well as audiences. ReReeti’s blog is the first in India that specifically addresses Indian museums and Indian museum professionals and facilitates knowledge sharing in this domain. We publish articles and interviews by contributors from around the world – heritage and conservation services staff as well as contemporary artists and inter-disciplinary scholars.

 What we do?

Building Workshops

 We organize community development workshops in the area of cultural importance through communication strategies aimed at professionals of museums to strengthen collective capabilities.

 

Consultation

We work with museums across India to plan, design and implement strategies to create an engaging pool of audience and increase visitor footfalls.

 

Outreach Programmes

We build exhilarating experiences for families, communities and individuals through exciting group tasks that include creative and interactive games. These activities facilitate strong-bonding and self-discovery among people.

Founder, Rereeti

Tejshvi Jain is the Founder-Director of Rereeti. Prior to this she worked at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru. Over the last 13 years she has curated shows, taught at colleges and published articles in several media. In 2012, she was one among 15 participants to be selected by the Bonita Trust and the Ministry of Culture, India to attend a two-week training program at London’s The Victoria & Albert Museum. In 2013 she was the only Asian selected to attend the International Visitors Program by the NRW KULTUR Secretariat, Germany. She holds the  Art Think South Asia Fellowship  2013-14. She has been awarded  the NTICVA UK Visiting Fellowship 2017-18.