Residencies and grants

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  • CHHAAP Baroda Printmaking Workshop
    D-8 Vrindavan Bunglows, Off Tandalja Rd, Vadodara 390020

    Chhaap: Baroda printmaking workshop was set up in 1999. Chhaap offers a residency program to printmakers in between September to March for 1 week to one month. Visiting artist can give lecture and conduct short workshop on any medium of printmaking. Housing and studio are 600 USD per one month, payable in Indian rupees. Need to confirm payment prior to 3 months from date of occupying the studio (charges are subject to change). Other expenses to be borne by the artists. 

  • Tasara - Centre for Creative Weaving
    Beypore North, 673015 Kozhikode (Calicut), Kerala State
    +91-495 2414 832

    Tasara provides an artist in residence program for artists, for a fee of 800 Euros per month.The fee of 800Euro for one month's training / artist- in-residence includes supplies worth 50 Euro, food, accommodation (twin based), individual looms and weaving lessons. Tasara provides training in weaving, dyeing (chemical and natural printing and batik) for both beginners and advanced and participants will have chance to experience and explore the lifestyle and flavor of the local culture. An advance of 100 Euro is required on registration.

  • Sanskriti Foundation
    C-11, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016

    A three-month residency for practitioners of painting, sculpture, pottery and ceramics, photography, new media, design, art history, performance and crafts. The Sanskriti Awards are given in the fields of Literature, Journalism, Art, Music-Dance- Theatre, and Social and Cultural Achievements. During your stay at Sanskriti you will live in the studio buildings, giving you full access to your workshop and studio space at all times.

  • Kashi Art Residency
    Kashi, Burgher Street, Fort Cochin, 682001

    To be considered for a residency at Kashi you should send 10-15 images of your work, a current biodata and brief note of what you hope to accomplish while in residency. Residency is strictly based on merit. Stays from 1 to 3 months are the norm. Indian nationals are provided a modest stipend to cover basic expenses during your stay, International artists will need to pay monthly rent.

  • Kanoria Centre for Arts
    K.L. Campus, University Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad 380009
    0091 79 6308727
    0091 79 6306391

    The Kanoria Institute houses studios, lecture rooms or workshop spaces, a library, a main administrative centre and residential spaces. The Centre has facilities to work in metal, stone, wood and plaster in the sculpture department. The print making department offers equipment for lithography, etching, screen printing, woodcut and linoleum printing. International artist can take up a studio for a minimum of three months by paying a rent of USD 375.

This article is from the Artlaw Archive of Henry Lydiate's columns published in Art Monthly since 1976, and may contain out of date material.
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