SEED BANDS 2018: Thank you all

We are overwhelmed by the response we got this year. Raksha Bandhan is still more than two weeks away and we are already sold out! Commerce was never our main intention when we started making these bands three years back. It’s always been about building our collective awareness and understanding around the issues of ecology,…

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Open call for Chennai

  Background of the project: We live in a city that is shaped by water, we share space with this entity that is sacred, neglected, resource and sewage carrier all at once! How can we keep quiet about the water bodies in Chennai? Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Chennai was keen on approaching this vast idea…

Gram Dhara Chitra Utsav

Group Image from land art residency  From left to right Ganesh Dhoke (standing), Vilas Bhongade, Mathilde Francke, Sunanda Joshi, Shweta Bhattad, Prajakta & Atul, Manjot kaur, Gopa Roy. Second row our Small Friends, Priyanka Kumar, Vasant Futane, Parvinder Singh. Third row Bibhuti Nath, Lalit Vikamshi, Kalyani Uday उत्सव.. ग्राम धरेचा..गावातील भूमिचा.. शेतकऱ्याच्या काळ्या आईचा चित्रोत्सव!…

Gram Dhara Chitra Utsav

  Gram Art Project is happy to invite you all for India’s “first Land Art Festival” (Gram Dhara Chitra Utsav) it will start from 25th December to 31st December 2016 in Paradsinga village which is on the border of Maharashtra & Madhya Pradesh and 1 hour from Nagpur. This November at Gram Residency we Invited…

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,…

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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