Open call

Open Call for Artists to Grow Land Art commenting on contemporary farming issues… Gram Art Project is working in Paradsinga village from past some years with farmers and villagers through various Art interventions. We realized that Land Art can comment strongly on the farming issues as it  also talks about soil, seeds, water & farmers,…

News

Amarujala news सरकार कहती है ‘मेक इन इंडिया’, वो कहते हैं ‘ग्रो इन इंडिया’।… DNA News paper Rakhis to empower farmers growing indigenous cotton The Better India ( News Report) Why Are Farmers in Madhya Pradesh ‘Growing’ the Prime Minister’s Face in a Field? Deccan chronicle ‘Grow in India,’ artists send message to Modi

“Sipna Walk”, Social/Public/Art Residency

“Sipna Walk”- Melgath ( Open Call for Public Art Residency) Sipna river which is also termed as “Sipna Mata” is a source of life & hope for Melgath. Sipna originates in Melgath & meets Tapi River in Melgath itself. From last three years Sampoorna Bamboo kendra (SBK) is organizing public event to walk around Sipna…

The Jamun Bagh Community Art Project

From last many years Khoj is working on many social public Art projects in and around Khirkee village which brought many significant changes in local community. Khoj always wanted that Artists should get involved with local communities and Humara Jamun Bagh  is outcome of such community Art initiative taken by Khoj. The ‘Humara Jamun Baug…

Gram Eco-Sani-Irri – The core of the project

Sanitation= health of people & soil. In other words health of people and health of soil=sanitation what we are doing even in urban set up is disposal not sanitation Under the Gram Residency June 2014 we are introducing philosophy a new way of life ‘Eco Sani Irri’. While toilets are the products of this philosophy,…

Project Eco-Gram : Ecology-Sanitation-Irrigation

Gram Art Project is working with rural communities. Gram’s main concern is to give the sustainable solutions for day-to-day human life & ecological needs. Gram is based in Paradsinga Village of Madhya Pradesh, having population of four thousand people and approximately one thousand homes. Out of which only 30% of families have toilets remaining 70%…