Helpmann Academy Artist Residency at Sanskriti Kendra

The Sanskriti Kendra Residency is a six-week program in India, at a retreat on the outskirts of New Delhi offering artists from diverse cultures the opportunity to reflect, interact and create.

The residency program offers artists total immersion in Indian culture in an environment that supports and encourages their artistic practice. Artists from around the world coexist with Indian artisans and contemporary Indian artists in an environment that aims to enrich and strengthen the bonds of shared cultural experiences and to encourage the fruition of individual creative endeavour. Sanskriti’s studio facilities are suited to printmakers, ceramicists and sculptors, two-dimensional artists and jewellers.

This international placement is open to graduates of the Helpmann Academy’s visual arts partner schools (up to five years from the final year of study).

For more information:
Contact Helpmann Academy 7320 3330 / [email protected]

Visit the Sanskriti Kendra website

Header image: Photograph by Georgia Matthews, 2016 Sanskriti Kendra Residency participant.

Generously supported by Macquarie Foundation

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Applications for the 2019 Sanskriti Kendra Residency will open week commencing 15 April 2019

Read about the 2018 Sanskriti Kendra Residency recipients.

2018 Sanskriti Kendra Artists:
Kate Bohunnis | AC Arts (TAFE SA/Flinders)
Jemima Lambell | AC Arts (TAFE SA/Flinders
Natalie Penney | AC Arts (TAFE SA/Flinders)

2016 Sanskriti Kendra Artists:
Georgia Matthews | UniSA
Juniper Van den Ende | UniSA
Liam Fleming | UniSA
Sue Garrard | AC Arts

Previous Sanskriti Kendra Artists

Residency artists participate in an annual exhibition.
Click here for info about Kaleidoscope 2018.