About Us

In 2009, Mumbai’s cultural landscape saw a new entrant, Avid Learning. Since then, AVID has conducted over 450 programs, connected with more than 40,000 individuals and extended its reach, across India and the globe.

At AVID, our constant endeavour is to bring the best of Indian and International programs, projects and events in the fields of culture, art and literature to our discerning audience. Driven by the belief that Learning Never Stops, AVID has based its model on the principle of Inspired Learning.

The fields of art, culture and heritage are ever-shifting, constantly evolving disciplines, where understanding and experimentation are inextricably linked. AVID’s multiple formats create a dynamic and interactive atmosphere that stimulates intellectual and creative growth.

The AVID range of offerings includes Workshops, Panel Discussions, Gallery Walkthroughs, Master Classes and Festival Platforms. These formats comprehensively cover all of AVID’s subjects, offering participants an opportunity to immerse themselves in the subject and make it their own. The AVID Art programs encompass Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Literary Arts and Applied Arts.

The principle of Inspired Learning is applicable at all ages, and AVID’s Children’s Series believes in starting young. Apart from its independent programs, the AVID Team is highly driven and thrives on collaboration. Through associations with prominent arts festivals and organizations, AVID has found that the whole can be greater than the sum of its parts.

AVID has a presence at most high-profile cultural events, such as Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, the Jaipur Literature Festival and India Is. AVID also owns the intellectual properties Multipolis Mumbai and AVID Spectrum.

Avid Learning aims to spread Inspired Learning as wide as its resources allow. Thanks to a dedicated and innovative team, as well as a loyal community of learners, AVID has given truth to the belief that Learning Never Stops!

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#art

Beyond Contemporary Art

From Venice to Kochi, the biennial has come a long way as a space where nations showcase their best and a platform where artists create the extraordinary. As art becomes increasingly provocative and political, how are the biennials of today adapting themselves to adequately represent new art movements and practices? Art Critic, Curator, Cultural Theorist and Jury Member of the 56th Venice Biennale, Ranjit Hoskote presents new frameworks, ideas and insights, by juxtaposing the established and the emerging, the prescribed and the participatory with his personal experiences, leading to Biennale Blueprints for the future.

#literature

Beyond Contemporary Art

From Venice to Kochi, the biennial has come a long way as a space where nations showcase their best and a platform where artists create the extraordinary. As art becomes increasingly provocative and political, how are the biennials of today adapting themselves to adequately represent new art movements and practices? Art Critic, Curator, Cultural Theorist and Jury Member of the 56th Venice Biennale, Ranjit Hoskote presents new frameworks, ideas and insights, by juxtaposing the established and the emerging, the prescribed and the participatory with his personal experiences, leading to Biennale Blueprints for the future.

#culture & heritage

Beyond Contemporary Art

From Venice to Kochi, the biennial has come a long way as a space where nations showcase their best and a platform where artists create the extraordinary. As art becomes increasingly provocative and political, how are the biennials of today adapting themselves to adequately represent new art movements and practices? Art Critic, Curator, Cultural Theorist and Jury Member of the 56th Venice Biennale, Ranjit Hoskote presents new frameworks, ideas and insights, by juxtaposing the established and the emerging, the prescribed and the participatory with his personal experiences, leading to Biennale Blueprints for the future.

#innovation

Beyond Contemporary Art

From Venice to Kochi, the biennial has come a long way as a space where nations showcase their best and a platform where artists create the extraordinary. As art becomes increasingly provocative and political, how are the biennials of today adapting themselves to adequately represent new art movements and practices? Art Critic, Curator, Cultural Theorist and Jury Member of the 56th Venice Biennale, Ranjit Hoskote presents new frameworks, ideas and insights, by juxtaposing the established and the emerging, the prescribed and the participatory with his personal experiences, leading to Biennale Blueprints for the future.