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%…
. Apply soon and be the collaborating Artist for Negotiating Routes : Ecologies of the Byways-V Gram is constructing Eco-Sanitation’s in Paradsinga Village at MP. We are calling proposals from Artists who is willing to collaborate and work with local communities in village.
Invited Artists: Denise Karabinus-Hawai, Illiad Sabchi-Iran, Satyabhama Majhi-Orissa, Tomoyuki Noda-Japan, Pankaj Borkar-Nagpur, Preksha Tater-Nepal, Ruchira Ballal-Nagpur, Shakti Bhatt-Baroda, Shu Lun-Taiwan, Srimali Chandrasena-Srilanka, Sujay Uikey-Nagpur, Wangdi Sherpa-Darjeeling, Kimberly Alexander-USA, Camron Hanson-USA, Kelly Klein-Columbia. Invited Fine Art Students from Govt Art College, Nagpur: Aniruddha Bele, Anupama Dey, Roma Khushalani, Swapnil Sangole Gram Team & Invited Artist
Gram Art Project Celebrating World Pinhole Photography day with Goa Cap and Paradsinga Village children .
Short video made by Cameron Hanson during his stay with the Gram Art Project in Paradsinga India https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozXMhFE-yvU&feature=youtu.be
Shu Lun Wu and Cameron Hanson talk about Gram Art Project residency experience at Taitung City, Taiwan… https://www.facebook.com/events/600904306663635/