Art Symposia organized by Takshila under the Arthshila banner are hosted at the Arthshila Art Studios. The space aspires to create a hub in South Asia for practicing artists from India and abroad to convene, create and learn from one another.
The Painting Studio has been in use since 2018 and stocks eleven wooden H-frame adjustable easels, stretched canvas frames of various sizes, canvas, paper, oil and acrylic paints, water colours, range of brushes and other materials. It has hosted Arthshila International Artists Symposium 2018 and the two painters who visited during Arthshila Sculpture Symposium 2018.
The Sculpture Studio offers facilities for metal casting and stone carving. A wood-cum-coke fired foundry has been set up for forging sculptures of clay/wax or plaster-of-paris molds using readily available local material. It stocks drill machines, grinders, air blowers, and other sculpting tools cum materials.
The Ceramic Studio has three gas-operated front-opening kilns, five potter’s wheels, pug mill, jigger jolly machine, slab roller and other materials for glazing terracotta and ceramic products. This studio is involves traditional potters and women from the local community to enhance pottery as a sustainable livelihood option for villagers.
The Graphic Art Studio at Parivartan houses two etching and litho presses with the capacity for yielding prints of sizes 36" x 60" and 42" x 72" along with a 44" digital printer. It provides facilities for intaglio printing, surface printing, digital printing, and silk-screen printing.