• Code PAD21063
  • Faculty Architecture
  • Unit L4 Studio Unit
  • Tutor/s Meghal Arya
  • TA Aakash Jain


Bhopal has a complex history of environmental and social justice issues, including the catastrophic gas leak in 1984 and ongoing water pollution caused by industries in the area. Access to clean water is a fundamental human right that is still denied to many people in Bhopal. The Center seeks to address these issues by bringing together diverse voices and leveraging the power of art and community engagement to drive change.
The Center for Water Artivism aims to provide a space for artists to freely express themselves while recognizing the role of art in promoting social justice and building a more equitable society. The center seeks to create an inclusive atmosphere that accommodates diverse artistic practices, facilitates artistic expression, and promotes social justice activism.