The Arts Council of Northern Ireland is offering four residency opportunities for artists to travel to India.
Working in partnership with the British Council, the Arts Council is inviting applications for up to two artists to go to the Sanskriti Foundation residencies in New Delhi and two at the Shruti Foundation Vedaaranya residency in Ramgarh Shekhawati, Rajasthan.
The Sanskriti Foundation in New Delhi has hosted over 600 artists, poets, scholars and writers as-well as 300 craft makers from across the world and is offering two six-week residencies for artists from Northern Ireland. The Shruti Foundation Vedaaranya residency in Ramgarh Shekhawati, Rajasthan are offering one artist a serene, inspiring, stimulating and enabling environment to work, reflect and interact with other artists for a one month residency. The residencies are part of the Arts Council’s Support for Individual Artists programme.