Paribartana Mohanty – 2016
Pallavi Singh – 2015
Pallavi Singh (b.1988) is an artist based in New Delhi. She completed her M.F.A and B.F.A from College of Art, Delhi (2005-2011). She currently works as a freelance artist.
Her work has been showcased at various galleries and events in India and abroad such as ASYAAF 2014 (ASIAN STUDENT AND YOUNG ARTIST ART FESTIVAL ) Korea curated by Dian Oh LVS Gallery Korea, 10th Sovereign Asian Art Prize 2013-2014 Hong Kong (finalist), Two women show ‘UNSEEN PASSAGE’ at Art and Aesthetic gallery New Delhi, ‘VAMA’ at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts Delhi, ‘R.A.P.E’ Art Bull Gallery Delhi, ‘A PROLOGUE TO UNREAL’ by Panchkone at Lalit Kala Akademi, Delhi, “SEMBLANCE” by Panchkone at Visual Art Gallery India Habitat Centre Delhi, United Art Fair Delhi, ARTicle Gallery Birmingham UK.
She has also been part of art residencies at Kalakriti art gallery, Hyderabad, TAJ residency and Ske project, Bangalore, PEERS residency at KHOJ, New Delhi, Reflection art gallery, New Delhi.
Apart from the exhibition her artwork is been part of various public and private collection such as Heritage Transport Museum Gurgaon, Kalakriti art gallery, Times of India and College Of Art, Delhi.
Art Residency at Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Maine, USA
Residency dates: June 10-August 12, 2017
Application process is now open
Deadline for applications: 11:59pm (EST), 9 January 2017.
The Inlaks Foundation and Skowhegan have an on - going partnership to offer a fully funded two - month (9 - week) residency for an artist based in India to come to the US. The InlaksShivdasani Foundation was established by IndooShivdasani in 1976 as a permanent platform for his philanthropic activities. The Foundation focuses on providing scholarships, grants and awards in any field to outstanding young Indians to develop their professional, scientific, artistic and cultural abilities.
The residency comprises :
- Accommodation at Skowhegan, including housing and all meals.
- A materials stipend
- A private studio at Skowhegan
- Visits with Resident Artist Faculty and one Visiting Faculty member
- Administrative support from Skowhegan.
Skowhegan, an intensive nine-week summer residency program for emerging visual artists established in 1946, seeks each year to bring together a gifted and diverse group of individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to art-making and inquiry to create the most stimulating and rigorousenvironment possible for a concentrated period of artistic creation, interaction and growth.
The fellowship is open to emerging artists under the age of 35 based in India. The selected artist should be in a strong position to make an enthusiastic, discursive and speculative engagement within the studio environment and with the diverse community of artists on campus.
The residency will take place from June 10-August 12, 2017. Absences of any kind or length are not permitted.
Visit http://www.skowheganart.org/applicantinfo for more information.
Please read this before applying.
Selection and eligibility
The residency is open to contemporary artists working in all disciplines. Skowhegan’s program is unique in its function as both a school and a residency program. Artists in residence are offered the opportunity for concentrated studio time supported by a discursive community of faculty and staff to offer critical feedback and an opportunity for growth and experimentation within a studio practice. Participants are encouraged to come prepared to work without a preconceived agenda or schedule. All participants, Faculty, and staff live and work on campus and are provided with studio space and technical support for their work. The artistic dialogue continues around the clock.
Applying artists should have a good level of spoken English, and should feel comfortable engaging in artistic discussions in English.
Participants for the 2017 program are selected on the basis of work only (still images or video) by Skowhegan’s Board of Governors (all distinguished artists) and Resident Faculty for the summer. All applicants will be notified by April 15, 2017.
All applications are accepted via Skowhegan’s on-line application system. Applicants are asked to supply :
1) 10 still images OR
2) 5 minutes of video OR
3) 5 still images and 2.5 minutes of video
Other biographical information is requested within the application, though the jury prioritizes the work samples submitted. Skowhegan does not request CVs or essays.
Skowhegan will waive the application fee of anyone who is fits the qualifications to receive support from the Inlaks Foundation. To receive funding and to have your application fee waived applicants must :
1) Be an Indian citizen, currently living in India
2) Be under the age of 35
3) Contact Skowhegan by email at email@example.com at step 7 of the Skowhegan Application. Please include in the subject line: Inlaks support. Administrative Staff at Skowhegan will complete the processing of your application. Skowhegan must receive this email by 12 Noon EST on January 6th.
For more information on Skowhegan, please visit http://www.skowheganart.org/applicantinfoLATEST