On 27 September 2022, the TAPESTRY project will present its work on visual methods at a virtual event. The panel … More
Explore reports and insights from our work in the Sundarbans. This delta in India and Bangladesh is home to the largest mangrove forest area in the world.
Possibilities of participatory visual research methods
Article by Shibaji Bose about using participatory visual methods in the Sundarbans.
What difference has Covid-19 made to uncertainty in marginal environments?
A journal article explores how Covid-19 has added to uncertainties in coastal marginal environments, and the contrasting responses from ‘above’ and ‘below’.
Participatory visual methods: glimpses from the field
This short video shows snapshots from two visual methods used in the TAPESTRY project. The first is the ‘Photovoice’ process … More
Printing the Calamity: Pattachitra Scrolls on Tropical Cyclones and Natural Disasters in Shyamnagar, Shatkhira
By Sumaiya Binte Anwar, Research Officer, ICCCAD; Mahmuda Akter, Research Officer, ICCCAD; Faizah Jaheen Ahmed Research Intern, ICCCAD “We are … More
Faced with devastating cyclones, how are women in coastal Bangladesh building resilience?
by Sumaiya Binte Anwar and Mahmuda Akter, Research Officers, ICCCAD In recent years, cyclones have battered the coastal fringes of … More
Sundarbans without boundaries
18 January 2021 The second of two virtual sessions convened by the TAPESTRY project at the Gobeshona Conference on Locally … More
How school students in the Sundarbans are viewing uncertainties through art
An update on the school art project in the Sundarbans, with some examples of paintings produced by students.
Rebuilding same or rebuilding different? Critical questions in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan
by Upasona Ghosh, Shibaji Bose, Debdatta Chakraborty, TAPESTRY project “We will build it again. We have done the same before … More
A ‘natural disaster’ on top of a pandemic – preparedness in the face of cascading uncertainties
by Shilpi Srivastava, Lyla Mehta and Shibaji Bose A cyclone is the last thing you need during the coronavirus pandemic! … More