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There are many ways to get involved...

...as an artist, volunteer or organisation.

"Through shapes and colors I am able to say a lot more than I am able to with words."

 - Umresh

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Through shapes and colors I am able to say a lot more than I am able to with words.

 - Umresh

Children engaged in a cyanotype workshop at Salaam Balaak Trust, one of our partnering care homes in Delhi. This was during our teaching fellowship led by Sonam Chaturvedi in 2017-18 that is supported by Kiran Nadar Museum of Art.

Our Artists

Our artists come from India and across the world, inspired by a belief in the power of art to change lives.  

Between 2020-21 we continued to enrich young minds through online arts workshops with children. Here participants from our pa

Our Students

Our students have found hope and futures through our programmes. 

Our Methods

We are happy to share our unique teaching methodologies, developed through years of experience working in under-resourced spaces.

Inspiring drawing workshop led by Ita and Anarya with children at our partner Loka School, Bihar India
An expressive self portrait by a participant who turned himself into a computer during the covid pandemic when the workshops

Covid Response

During the pandemic we led hundreds of online workshops with different Care Home centres and NGO partners. Artist-educators, musicians, art-therapists and other creative practitioners joined Artreach's core team in leading our online workshops.

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Art is to imagine and to reach people through your imagination.

 - Rozy

Apply

Open Call for Artists

Artreach-KNMA Teaching Fellowships 2024-25
 
We are looking for artists to lead on-ground workshops in collaboration with our partnering care homes in Delhi NCR.
 
If you are an artist interested in education and working in under-resourced spaces, do apply! 
 
For complete application details please read  Application Guidelines Here.

Please fill in the Application Form Here.
Applications are accepted in English and Hindi.

Closing date for applications: 25 June 2024

 

Find Out More
A participant painting a wall mural at Loka, one of Artreach India's partner schools in Bihar, in a workshop led by Anarya and Ita exploring shadows and abstract shapes. The quote reads 'We Imagine an Equitable World where the arts are for everyone'.

We imagine an equitable world where the arts are for everyone

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At Artreach India, our art workshops for marginalised communities offer a safe space for participants to explore their identities, experiences and ideas.  We teach artistic skills and we nurture creative freedom, imagination and self-expression.  Participants grow in confidence and  learn to recognise and value the richness in their lives. They discover themselves and experience what it means to have a voice.

Our mission is to reach children, young people and women from marginalised communities in India and transform their lives through art. 

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