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  • WRITING
    INITIATIVES

    Research and writing have been at the core of Serendipity Arts Foundation, and since 2017, we have engaged with 72 writers, through a range of initiatives,
    in print and digital formats. Our intent has always been to enrich support towards writers, as well as expand access to contemporary and original research
    for readers from all walks of life.

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    WRITING <br>INITIATIVES
  • Food Lab
    2021

    To say this past year has been stressful would be an understatement. Every routine we were familiar with was disrupted,
    and all our attention was directed to the virtual world – to stay connected with friends and family, for entertainment, and of course, for work.

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    Food Lab <br> 2021
  • WRITE ART
    CONNECT

    For the upcoming issue of Write | Art | Connect, we invite pitches of no more than 200 words on the possible histories,
    attributes and trajectories of “print” in South Asia. Please submit brief outlines of a proposed
    essay to writeartconnect@gmail.com latest by 5 April 2021.

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    WRITE ART <br> CONNECT
  • SERENDIPITY
    ARTS Virtual

    Welcome to Serendipity Arts {Virtual}! Helped by our team of genre-shifting curators and artists, we are happy to bring to you this
    accessible online festival. Over the last few months, we pondered on what it means to treat the internet as “site/s”—
    dynamic spaces that reveal as much as they conceal; as incidents that prompt action, thought, and response.

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    SERENDIPITY <br> ARTS Virtual
  • Beyond
    Serendipity

    Besides flagship programmes anchored in Serendipity Arts Foundation, we showcase artist
    projects, publications and excerpts from the year-round programming through participation
    at art and design events.

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    Beyond <br> Serendipity
  • Collab-
    orations

    A core mandate of Serendipity Arts Foundation is to foster and engage in collaborative projects
    and activities with arts organisations, museums, research organisations, collectives, and para-institutions.

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    Collab-<br>orations

Serendipity
Arts
Festival

Serendipity Arts Festival (SAF) is one of the largest multidisciplinary arts initiatives in the South Asian region. It spans the visual, performing and culinary arts, whilst exploring genres with film, live arts, literature and fashion.

Serendipity
ARTS
foundation

  • SERENDIPITY GRANTS

    A key mode of support for various stakeholders in the arts eco-system is the disbursal of monetary grants that provide the financial infrastructure to develop, actualise and complete new or ongoing projects. Our grants programme is oriented toward diverse capacities aiming to facilitate the work of researchers and practitioners in the arts, besides recognising excellence and potentiality among new and existing fields of enquiry.

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  • RESIDENCIES

    The idea of artist residencies is not a new one; it is ever evolving, with a basic aim to be a catalyst for artists’ ability to move across the world. Residencies create opportunities for artists to develop a deeper understanding of themselves within the context of their practice, as well as giving insights into the different backgrounds and artistic processes of their fellow artists. Playing the role of facilitator, artist residencies have become intrinsic to many artists’ careers.

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  • WRITING INITIATIVES

    Research and writing have been at the core of Serendipity Arts Foundation, and since 2017, we have engaged with 72 writers, through a range of initiatives, in print and digital formats. Our intent has always been to enrich support towards writers, as well as expand access to contemporary and original research for readers from all walks of life.

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  • Elizabeth Yorke

    Elizabeth Yorke, ARTIST As a professionally trained chef and food researcher, Elizabeth Yorke looks for opportunities to use her culinary skills and knowledge in sustainable food systems to create better educational experiences for both consumers and creators of food via the circular economy. She is also the co-founder of Edible Issues, a collective that fosters thought and conversation on […]

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  • Jagrut Raval

    Jagrut Raval, Jagrut Raval is an Artist, Designer and Educator. His interdisciplinary art practice spans diverse mediums in various scales presented in form of installations, photographic printing techniques, videos, drawings, and appropriation of mass produced and found items.

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  • Sharanya Deepak

    Sharanya Deepak, ARTIST Sharanya Deepak is a writer and editor from New Delhi, India. She writes about food, language, and the commodification of culture, and is currently working towards a book of essays. Read more of her work on her website: https://www.sharanyadeepak.com/ Sharanya’s project ventures into food histories and reflects on the resourcefulness of people who have faced natural and […]

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  • Tansha Vohra

    Tansha Vohra, ARTIST Tansha Vohra spends her time scribbling through cookbooks, growing food in tiny spaces and writing. Her work has appeared in The Goya Journal, Mold Magazine, and Paper Planes. She views the world through the lens of food, and is interested in creating resilient and regenerative solutions to the daily conundrum of feeding ourselves. She […]

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  • Ashish Sahoo

    Ashish Sahoo, Delhi-based Ashish Sahoo studied sculpture at the Kala Bhavan, Visva Bharati University, Shantiniketan, India.

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