Serendipity Foundation announces largest culture Centre of India in Delhitext_fields
New Delhi: At the Serendipity Arts Foundation's ongoing arts festival in Panaji, Goa, the organisation announced that renowned Indian architecture firm CP Kukreja Architects and London-based Crab Studio had been chosen to design the new cultural centre for New Delhi called "Serendipity Arts Foundation - The Brij."
It is envisioned for The Brij to be an immersive setting that will encourage interaction between artists and guests. In order to encourage practitioners and visitors to access and connect with the arts on a more personal level, the museum aims to foster discourse, encourage the interchange of ideas, and offer opportunities for it.
"Apart from housing art displays, it will be home to the artistic processes that simultaneously expand and renew our engagement with multiple histories, presents and futures. Spaces such as flexible indoor and outdoor exhibition spaces, performance areas, and an artisan village will bring art to the people," says Dikshu C. Kukreja, Managing Principal at CP Kukreja Architects.
In addition, The Brij will educate and nurture creativity through residencies, and cultural and artistic exchanges - resembling a quasi-university to support the arts ecosystem. Furthermore, it will activate and improve Delhi-NCR's urban milieu by enhancing its social, cultural and economic standing.
With inputs from IANS