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Curatorship Program 2010
Curatorship Program 2010 was a residency program for young curators conceptualised by the India Foundation for the Arts (IFA) in collaboration with select institutions across India. This was the first in a series of projects that KHOJ undertook as the model centre to facilitate curatorial practice in the visual arts.
About this programme
This residency aimed to establish a model of practice-based training for curators. The selected resident curators benefitted from the support and network of art practitioners that have been associated with KHOJ. Being the first of its kind, the residency aimed to develop a training ground for emerging curators to engage with various modes of artistic practice as well as being actively involved in critical writing.
Gitanjali Dang and Oindrilla Maity were selected from amongst several applicants by a jury comprising art critic Geeta Kapur and artist Anita Dube.
Curatorial Intensive South Asia 2023
The fifth edition of Curatorial Intensive South Asia (CISA) 2023 returns with tutors Latika Gupta, curator based in Delhi and Shuddhabrata Sengupta from Raqs Media Collective. The Phase I of the Intensive is a combination of talks, seminars and workshops that look at histories of exhibition-making, institutions and their limitations. Emerging discussions incorporate a wide range of curatorial frameworks and…
Functioning as a unique residency model that closely curates artists at the start of their professional careers, the Peers residency is populated with artists’ visits and interactions, studio visits and curated exhibition walk-throughs, for the residents to have a gamut of art-related experiences and exposure. The Peers residency ends with an Open Day, where resident artists show their works in…
Arthshila X Khoj Artist Residency 2022
We are pleased to announce that Khoj and Arthshila are now accepting applications from creative practitioners for a fully-funded, on-site artist residency at Parivartan in Siwan, Bihar. Parivartan is an integrated rural community development initiative by Takshila Educational Society. The Arthshila X Khoj Artist Residency Open Call 2022 is a search for exceptionally talented artists working in Ceramics, Textile, Sculpture…
Curatorial Intensive South Asia 2022
Please Note : CISA 2022 has been postponed until further notice
Khoj Support Grant 2020
The ongoing global health crisis has ruptured the functioning of both individuals and institutions. At this difficult time, Khoj International Artists’ Association is invested in identifying and responding to the needs of the primary communities it serves. To honour our longstanding commitment to young artists and supporting art practice at a time which poses unprecedented challenges, Khoj announced the Khoj…
Functioning as a unique residency model that closely curates artists at the start of their professional careers, the Peers residency is populated with artists’ visits and interactions, studio visits and curated exhibition walk-throughs, for the residents to have a gamut of art-related experiences and exposure. In 2022, the Peers residents visited the studios of artists Martand Khosla, Thukral and Tagra,…
Peripheries And Crossovers: Art As Social Practice 2021
For the year 2021, Khoj is delighted to announce the start of three new projects as part of Peripheries & Crossovers: art as social practice. The participants for this year are Stuti Pradhan, Saleha Sapra & Riddhi Batra and Swati Janu. For the year 2021, Stuti Pradhan will work with migrant women in the informal sector to bring out stories…
Book Reading and Soundscape
we are opposite like that is a series of interdisciplinary works that comprises mythologies from the poles, told from the non-human perspective of an elder that has witnessed deep time: the ice. It beckons the ghosts hidden in landscapes and turns them into echoes, listening in on the resonances of potential futures. The book is an almanac, a messy collection of…
Curatorial Intensive South Asia 2021
The fourth edition of Curatorial Intensive South Asia (CISA) 2021 will be led by art practitioner and writer Shuddha Sengupta and Delhi based curator Latika Gupta. The first phase of the fellowship is a two-week intensive programme which will be held virtually from October 18th – 30th 2021. The sessions will include a combination of talks, seminars and workshops looking at the…
After a pandemic-induced hiatus, Peers 2021 marks the 17th edition of Peers, the first-ever Hybrid Peers Residency, unfolding online, followed by a physical immersion by the residents at Khoj Studios, and a Peers 2021 open day at Khoj shortly after. At its core, the Peers program acts as a stepping-stone for young artists, aiding them through a transitional moment in…
Does The Blue Sky Lie?: Testimonies of Air’s Toxicities