What We Do
CASP provides a platform for arts-based research, process-oriented practices, affective learning and participatory education. Our objective is to employ the arts as a catalyst to formulate ideas on mutualism and cultural sustainability.
Who We Work With
CASP engages with artists, curators, educators, architects, designers, performers, filmmakers, community organizers, social researchers, students and children. We collaborate with people in informal urban settlements, peri-urban spaces and villages.
Council for Arts and Social Practice (CASP) has been an invited member at the Global We Artists’ Residency (March-April 2023) curated by the Compound 13 Lab and the Museum for the United Nations – UN.Live, held across 8 weeks on both online and onsite portals.
With resident artists from Addis Ababa, Bangalore, Copenhagen, Jakarta, Johannesburg, Kigali, Mexico City, and Navi Mumbai, this residency was part of the UN.Live’s ongoing Global We for Climate Action program connecting people across borders and cultures.
Council for Arts and Social Practice (CASP) is an official partner in India for 7000 HUMANS, a global community network that connects to 7000 Oaks, one of Joseph Beuys’ (a founder of Fluxus) most beloved social sculpture works.
A collaboration between social artist and cultural activist, Shelley Sacks, and permaculture designer, Ulrike Oemisch, 7000 HUMANS is an initiative of the global Social Sculpture Lab for New Knowledge and an Eco-Social Future.