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Artreach-KNMA Teaching Fellowship

Teaching Fellows offer their students - young people living in care - a comprehensive experience of art education, introducing them to a variety of mediums, methods and techniques and to a selection of artists and styles. 


Participants are encouraged to use art as a tool for the critical exploration of the world, to cultivate their imaginative, creative and reflective skills, and to find an individual expressive voice.  

The programme has had a great impact on the children, they explored different forms of art and understood the importance of art in their lives. The workshops opened our eyes and gave us a new perspective on art as a career option for participants! Besides all, they learned the value of hard work, teamwork, and being patient to achieve their dreams.


- Veena Lal, Karm Marg

The programme

Fellowships typically include field trips to art colleges, exhibitions, museums and the India Art Fair, and culminate in an exhibition at KNMA with an accompanying catalogue.


Fellows go through a rigorous selection process and are mentored and guided by an expert panel of artists, educators and curators. Every fellow produces a Reflection Document at the end of their programme.

The New Normal

In 2020 Artreach and KNMA adapted the Teaching Fellowship to the new circumstances of the pandemic:  moving workshops online, shortening the length of each programme, but supporting more online Teaching Fellows to work with a greater number of young people. 

Our online exhibition site showcases all the Fellowships from 2020.

There are many ways to get involved... an artist, volunteer or organisation.

First Teaching Fellowship

Anni Kumari with
Rainbow Homes

Geeli Mitti

Sonam Chaturvedi with Salaam Baalak Trust

Boxes in the 

Vandana Kothari
with Udayan Care

Humaari Chhaap

Megha Madan
with Karm Marg

Teaching Fellowship Exhibitions

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