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.
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FROM PAST PROGRAMMES
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Artreach India at Himalayan Echoes, Nainital
We will be leading a week long intensive art workshop
as part of the literary festival Himalayan Echoes, Nainital, Uttarakhand. This workshop is for children of the sweepers colony, Nainital. During the interactive exchange, participants will create waste installations, drawings, paintings and visual stories, to be exhibited at the Festival. Exhibition and Festival are open to all!
Artreach Workshop: 1st-5th October
Panel Discussion: 2.30pm, 7th October
Artreach in conversation with Alka Pandey & Kinny Sandhu
RECENT & ONGOING PROGRAMMES
AXIAL MARGINS, Community Arts Project: Women at the Urdu Park Night Shelter, Jama Masjid continue their creative engagement facilitated by Revue (Sreejata Roy , Mrityunjay Chatterjee) since 2015. They are making vibrant murals within the shelter space, paintings of everyday food on canvas and keeping mixed-media recipe books.
The women are homeless and support multiple children on as little as Rs. 300 a week earned from begging. Despite these odds they remain engaged with their art practice finding it offers them space for reflection and strengthens their sense of community.
"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.