The Museum centers as a forum for local discussion, providing an in-depth engagement with artworks and an extensive, immersive experience in the world of art. KNMA addresses questions of public interest such as gender issues, educational and cultural inequality among other pressing issues.

The Museum actively seeks to increase the participation of the local community into the art world through activities arranged within and outside the gallery setting. This is carried on through discussions and investigations on contemporary artistic practice, the role of the artist, critical approach towards art learning and artmaking. KNMA provides a platform for dialogue and exchange at the local, national and the international level.

The Museums hopes to include the socially, economically and physically excluded population through these programs. The workshops offer a range of activities for newcomers and regular visitors can further enrich their understanding and enjoyment of art.


Afternoon Art Lab

Art in its most intrinsic ways, illuminates and enriches lives, not just visually but in much deeper sense. It’s a language with no barriers. Thus, using art as a medium of communication and practice, we bring together varied... Read More

Chitrakala Mahotsav

Chitrakala Mahotsav, the first ever Folk Art Painting Festival @KNMA 

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art with an aim to bring to the public, the various indigenous Folk art forms of our country presents the ‘... Read More

Art Trek – medium exploratory

An introductory workshop, where participants explore traditional mediums such as painting, drawing, pen and ink as well as temporal mediums such as video and sound. The workshops aid in theoretical as... Read More

The New Act

In summer 2017, KNMA launched a unique program, ‘The New Act’ that offered students an extraordinarily,​ rare and fruitful opportunity, as well as an active, deep learning experience. On site at the KNMA, students ​learnt the basics of theater, film... Read More

Shilp Katha

Shilp Katha: A series of workshops celebrating folk crafts of India.

This series of workshops was conducted by 3 national award winner artists Shanti Devi, Ram Soni and Om Prakash Galav. Participants got first-hand experience of the local... Read More




New Delhi

145, DLF South Court Mall, Saket
New Delhi, Delhi 110017
011-4916 0000

10.30 A.M - 6.30 P.M

The museum is closed on Monday and all public holidays.


Plot No. 3 A, Sector 126,

10.30 A.M - 6.30 P.M

The museum is closed on Monday and all public holidays.