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Sumi Ghose

Director of Cultural Programmes

Asia House

HQ Phone:  +44 20 7307 5454

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Asia House

63 New Cavendish Street

London, Greater London,W1G 7LP

United Kingdom

Company Description

Asia house, the leading pan-Asian organisation in the UK, exists to build dynamic links with Asia, important now more than ever. By providing unique insights into culture, policy, business and education, Asia House promotes informed understanding and the mutua...more

Background Information

Employment History

Adults Programme Manager

National Portrait Gallery Company Ltd


Affiliations

Tamasha Theatre Company Ltd

Board Member


Education

MA

History

Courtauld Institute of Art , University of London


Web References(16 Total References)


March Publishing

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Sumi Ghose, Acting Chief Exec of Asia House will be speaking on creative and cultural opportunities in Asia, alongside leading authorities in this rapidly growing arena.
16.45 Discussion on creative, smart and digital opportunities led by Ashish Mishra featuring Graham Budd, Jonathan Mantle and Sumi Ghose, CEO Asia House Sumi is responsible for the strategic management of Asia House public engagement and communications and he directs the Asia House Cultural Programme, which includes talks, symposia, performance, exhibitions and film, centred on two annual festivals, the Pan-Asia Film Festival and the Festival of Asian Literature. He has over 15 years of experience in arts administration and management, public engagement and creative programming, audience development, cultural strategy and international relations. Prior to joining Asia House in January 2009 he was Public Programmes Manager at the National Portrait Gallery, where he conceived and delivered innovative, multi-disciplinary public programming for a wide range of audiences. Sumi has extensive knowledge of visual art and European and Asian history and culture, and has worked and consulted for a range of cultural and educational institutions including Tate, National Portrait Gallery, Frieze, Sotheby's Institute, Richmond University and the American Institute for Foreign Study. As a freelance writer and art critic Sumi has had features published in the Independent, the Guardian and Modern Painters and he was the winner of the Guardian/Modern Painters Art Writers' Prize in 2004. He has an MA in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London.


asiahouse.org

Sumi Ghose, Acting Chief Executive sumi.ghose@asiahouse.co.uk


March Publishing

www.marchpublishing.co.uk [cached]

Sumi Ghose, Acting Chief Exec of Asia House will be speaking on creative and cultural opportunities in Asia, alongside leading authorities in this rapidly growing arena.
16.45 Discussion on creative, smart and digital opportunities led by Ashish Mishra featuring Graham Budd, Jonathan Mantle and Sumi Ghose, CEO Asia House Sumi is responsible for the strategic management of Asia House public engagement and communications and he directs the Asia House Cultural Programme, which includes talks, symposia, performance, exhibitions and film, centred on two annual festivals, the Pan-Asia Film Festival and the Festival of Asian Literature. He has over 15 years of experience in arts administration and management, public engagement and creative programming, audience development, cultural strategy and international relations. Prior to joining Asia House in January 2009 he was Public Programmes Manager at the National Portrait Gallery, where he conceived and delivered innovative, multi-disciplinary public programming for a wide range of audiences. Sumi has extensive knowledge of visual art and European and Asian history and culture, and has worked and consulted for a range of cultural and educational institutions including Tate, National Portrait Gallery, Frieze, Sotheby's Institute, Richmond University and the American Institute for Foreign Study. As a freelance writer and art critic Sumi has had features published in the Independent, the Guardian and Modern Painters and he was the winner of the Guardian/Modern Painters Art Writers' Prize in 2004. He has an MA in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London.


asiahouse.org

Sumi Ghose, Director of Cultural Programmes at Asia House, commented: 'At Asia House we are proud of our programmes celebrating the richness and diversity of the culture and peoples of Asia.
Sumi Ghose, Director of Cultural Programmes, Asia House tel: 020 7307 5441, sumi.ghose@asiahouse.org.uk


asiahouse.org

On an ending note, Sumi Ghose, Acting Chief Executive of Asia House stated, "The outcome of diplomatic relations between Asian countries is increasingly important.


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