Mrinalini Mukherjee Foundation’s support programs are aimed at art practitioners, researchers and writers, students, educators/teachers, and art institutions such as museums and non profit organisations working directly with various arts communities.
The Foundation's disbursements of funds for the arts happen through different methods - open applications, nominations, as well as through collaborations with other organisations on grant programs. Each of our support programs are specially designed to help with various stages and processes of practice that go into sustaining a healthy art ecosystem.
Our scholarships aimed at art students allows for talented but underprivileged students to continue their course and studio practice. Our fellowships recognise exceptional talent among students and provides an impetus for them to stand out among their peers.
MMF and FICA invite applications for Emerging Artists Award (EAA+) 2022-2023. Deadline - 5 Aug
Sanket Jain's current research is supported by MMF-PARI collaboration.
The Painting Department Library, MS University of Baroda acquires new books under the grant.
A series of art education films developed by the Foundation for Indian Art and Education (FIAE) supprted by MMF
There are four fellows who have been chosen for the first year of the program
The application process is closed. Shortlisted candidates will be notified by 7 August.
MMF supports Chennai Photo Biennale's publication for the edition 3 of the biennale.
MMF-FICA collaborative platform that provided financial support to 20 young artists
A one-time grant to final year MFA students, providing financial support during the pandemic.