Lodhi Art Festival, Delhi, India 2019

St+art India Foundation have just wrapped up Lodhi Art Festival 2019, supported by Asian Paints. The Lodhi Art Festival 2019 is an expansion of the flagship project The Lodhi Art District with an addition of more than 20 new murals to new Delhi. The festival saw over 30 creators including artists, musicians, chefs and performers, and ran for 6 weeks until mid-march 2019. A true celebration of diversity, cultures and inclusivity, making art accessible to all.

“It has been our endeavour to increase awareness and initiate public discourse on the benefits of public art and encourage creative expression. This year we have built the festival with the Lodhi community at its core, The Lodhi Art District, as India’s first Public Art District, provides an example of how art can be made democrative, accessible, inclusive, uplift communities and above all, celebrate diversity. We are encouraged by the continuing support of our partners and the Government, to not only expand the Lodhi Art District, but also manifest other public art districts across India.” St+art

The festival was a huge success, the murals look incredible and have added the to rich culture of the region. St+art collaborated with the Singapore Tourism and brought with it a new Singapore lane full of murals, there was music, a celebration of International Woman’s Day,  celebration of the transgender community, augmented reality graffiti and talks with photojournalist legend Martha cooper. Check out all the jam packed action below…

St+art provides a unique platform for cultural exchange, by inviting artists from all over the world, activating unique networks, creating engaging projects for public consumption. This is made possible with
the support from Institutes of culture, embassies and international organisations such as, European Union (EU), the Singapore Tourism Board, Australian High Commission, The Jaunt, The Japan Foundation, New Zealand High Commission, Institute Camoes, Instituto Cervantes, Pro Helvetia, Italian Embassy Culture Centre, Polish Institute and The Mexican Embassy amongst others.



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