Chhaap is a colloquial Indian name for “Print Making” or “Printing”.Chhaap was established on a cooperative basis in 1999 with a mission to create and promote wider appreciation of original prints and print making techniques.Chhaap is a non-profit making organization; promoted by three Baroda based printmakers and artists – Gulam Mohammed Sheikh, Vijay Bagodi and Kavita Shah.
Workshop has well established infrastructure for etching, dry point, lino-cut, woodcut and mono-print. It offers opportunities to artists and printmakers to work in different printmaking media and is frequented by many senior and international artists, art students and printmaking enthusiastic.
Residency season: Round the year.
Average length of residency: 1-3 months.
Maximum number of artists at one time:2
One public lecture; interaction with local art college; the residency ends with an open studio or exhibition.
Access to computer, internet, scanner and small inkjet printer.
Individual bedroom with bath, common kitchen facilities.
Food: Vegetarian food can be arranged or you can cook your own food. Local restaurants are conveniently located near by.
- Etching Press, Bed Size: 24 x 36 inches
- Heater, Size: 24 x 36 inches
- Aquabox, Size: 24 x 24 inches
- Large working tables
- Small Library, Archive of Contemporary Indian Print.
In Baroda, Gujarat.