Anuradha Pathak is an installation artist, design consultant, and researcher with emphasis on socially engaged art practice. She is the co-director at the Council for Arts and Social Practice (CASP) and has conceived activities as Head of the CASP Kolkata chapter since 2014. She is based in Kolkata. She completed her Bachelor’s (BVA – Painting) in 1999 and Master (MVA – Painting) in 2001 from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata, earning gold medals. She has received various awards like the Bhunath Mukherji Smriti Puraskar and the Nirod Baran Memorial Prize for her work as an artist and was also the recipient of Pro Helvetia studio artist-in-residence grant in 2010 to work as an artist in Switzerland. As an artist, she is known for her interactive/participatory art installations with focus on migration with rural-urban and urban-urban linkages. In the past, she has worked with Delhi Art Gallery (2004- 08) as project co-ordinator and assistant curator, and as triennale consultant at the Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi. She currently contributes as administrative and design consultant for Regional Science Association, India.