Private art museums, galleries, auctions have opened up professional opportunities in field of art: Joe Cyril
PUNE: At a session, titled ‘Mapping the sector: Arts and culture in India’, on February 15, Joe Cyril, lead for business development at Saffronart, gave a talk on new and existing professional opportunities in the cultural and creative sector.
With the first Arts and Culture Opportunities, Residencies, Workshops, Jobs in India (ACRI) Bangalore Culture Meet taking place at The Courtyard on 24th April, ACRI Bangalore Chapter Host Dipti Rao talks to us about the group’s vision, its evolution, and what to expect at the meet.
The need for India to build a workforce in the arts sector is crucial: Trishla Talera
PUNE: With commerce and industry chambers recently setting up an arts and cultural task force, the need for India to build a workforce in the sector is crucial. The arts and cultural management sectors in India do not offer any degree programmes yet," says Trishla Talera.
ACRI- Bringing artists together, one meet-up at a time
Ahoy Hyderabad! Imagine a platform that’s not just a hub of exchanging stories and experiences as a creative but one that is also the mediator that facilitates connections with other artists, jobs, scholarships and so on? Sounds perfect, doesn’t it?
As part of the media partnership between culture360.ASEF.org and The Art X Company, ASEF interviewed Parmesh Shahani, Head, Godrej India Culture Lab and Rashmi Dhanwani, founder, ArtX Company to tell us more about CultureCon 2020, which took place in February in India.
Arts & Culture Resources India To Host Offline Meet For Creative & Cultural Professionals
If you're in the creative or cultural circle in India, chances are you've come across a group on Facebook called Arts and Culture Opportunities, Residencies, Workshops, Jobs in India –Arts and Culture Resources India or ACRI for short.