Serendipity Arts Foundation and Les Rencontres d’Arles announced the biggest photography, video and new media grant in India, supported by the Institut français en Inde named the Serendipity Arles Grant, with the shared purpose of promoting cultural practices in South Asia.
TRANSMITTER: DARWIN X DELHI
We’re inviting applications from emerging and mid-career artists who are interested in interdisciplinary practice and paradigm-shifting collaboration.
Festivals of the Future
The British Council, in association with Serendipity Arts Foundation and Festival presented a three-day intensive course in Goa in March 2019 on the core principles of Festival Management.
A GIFT FROM KASHMIR
This little gift from Kashmir to Goa is a window into the intricate work of these women artists, and a small symbol of their resilience and strength. The ornaments were transported to Goa and put for sale during Serendipity Arts Festival 2017.
A Tale of Two Cities
‘A Tale of Two Cities’ was conceptualized as a one year project facilitating established artists of two countries, India and Sri Lanka, to engage in an investigative/research based art-making process, relooking at the socio-cultural and historical dynamics of two cities, Varanasi and Anuradhapura.
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