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Don't Stop Creating: Here Are 5 Art Residencies Across India That Are Open Year Round

For any artist in the city, it’s often hard to let your creativity flow freely, or hit the good old artistic block if you’re in the wrong environment. Art residencies give you the time and space you need to let you interact with fellow artists, and help inspire you to bring out your best work. We listed out a few art residencies around India that you could visit for a unique, creative experience.

Khoj as a studio is extremely encouraging when it comes to supporting upcoming artists and has established themselves as a non-profit arts organization. They appreciate creativity and experimentation in all art forms, and they have one of the most popular art residencies in the country. Art residencies usually last a month here and they have a variety of interesting programs for artists. They have exhibition spaces, accommodation for artists, studios, a media lab and a multi-purpose space for screenings or presentations.

Tatva Centre in Goa is a pretty residency that combines a focus on art with a focus on mental and spiritual well-being. A unique concept in India, the residency uses creative mediums such as photography, painting, music and more to help cope with issues like mental health, grief counselling, addiction, eating disorders and more. They have trained psychologists and psychotherapists running the residency, who focus on a sort of holistic, creative healing.

 

Based in Delhi, Sanskriti works towards preserving traditional Indian art practices, and cultivating appreciation for these art forms. They support young and upcoming artists through their various awards and fellowships {and they also have international residencies}, so they  encourage creativity in all forms.

Their pottery programs must be given special mention. Sanskriti Kendra is ideal for exploring sculpture, visual arts, textile designs, ceramics, architecture and more, and they provide accommodation, exhibition spaces, a library and media facilities.

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