Artists from India and around the world lead our carefully crafted programmes which run in partnership with respected NGOs, schools, foundations and museums.
We have seen time and again how even a short engagement can build confidence and self-esteem among participants. Our Teaching Fellowship and Artroom programmes can change the course of a life.
We hope you enjoy looking around our website and that it gives you a good idea of what we make happen. Please write if you have any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd be happy to hear from you.
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FROM PAST PROGRAMMES
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Artroom Open Day - Unfolding Stories
Come see the Artroom in action as we host Unfolding Stories, an Open Day and Exhibition, the culmination of Artreach India's pioneering arts mentorship programme for young people in care presented with Devi Art Foundation.
Date | 28th April 2019
Time | 2pm - 6pm
Venue | A-195, Okhla phase 1
Axial Margins - Open Day
Since April 2015 Artreach India has supported Revue's (Sreejata Roy and Mrityunjay Chatterjee) project with homeless women at the shelter in Urdu Park, managed by SPYM. Recently, the group has created stunning artworks on their life at Urdu Park, surrounding markets, local food and recipes. Join us for an afternoon of viewing their artworks, interaction and inaugurating of the women's community run kitchen.
Date | 27th April 2019 (Saturday)
Time | 4pm - 5.30 pm
Venue | Urdu Park Night Shelter, Jama Masjid, Meena Bazaar (Closest Metro Jama Masjid, Violet Line)
RECENT & ONGOING PROGRAMMES
Teaching Residency, Film Making :
'First Cut' was a ten days intensive course for young people of Rainbow Homes. Participants learnt basics in camera work, film theory, watched a selection of great world cinema, experimented with various techniques and also created their very own short animation films.
Watch this space for the movies!
"They come up the stairs, so scared in their hearts as they see the police station, then their fear disappears as
they see the paintings… they think, 'This is a place that will do something for children'."
Makaan Singh, a social worker at the contact point explains how the new children at the centre reacted to Artreach's mural.