Kasauli Art Project


The Kasauli Art Project is envisaged as a re-invention of the Kasauli Art Centre, which was founded in 1976. Over the following two decades, the Kasauli Art Centre regularly organized artists’ workshops, exhibitions, seminars, theatre performances, film screenings and other such arts-related events.


The space of the Kasauli Art Centre is located at Ivy Lodge in Kasauli, and was passed on by Indira Sher-Gil-Sundaram (1914–1975) to her children Vivan Sundaram and Navina Sundaram for future art activity.


In 2016, with the establishment of the Sher-Gil Sundaram Arts Foundation (SSAF), it was proposed that the locale and setting be re-invented under the name Kasauli Art Project, which will focus on cross-disciplinary workshops in the arts and art residencies as extended projects.