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The Art X Company's mission is to enable and articulate value for the arts and culture sector in India through data-driven insights, strategy-led impact, and audience outreach. A strategic consultancy operating at the intersection of arts and access, Art X Company offers consulting, research, curation, audience development and management services to the cultural sector in India. We conceptualise, curate, and execute interdisciplinary initiatives and research projects across cultural and creative industries in India. Our work includes museum collaborations, multi-genre performances, literature encounters and studies in the arts sector.

We also run Arts & Culture Resources India (ACRI) — a network of 55,000+ creative professionals, and nurture this community through a Facebook group and a Membership base. The Art X Company has worked extensively across India, and for a range of clients in the for-profit, non-profit and government spaces. The organisation comprises a group of highly passionate arts managers, strategists and researchers, with presence in Mumbai and Bengaluru. | |

The Logo

The logo represents arts without boundaries – an idiom that doesn't isolate but engages all. The overlapping text is multi-hued allowing different shades and constructs to emerge, as a single genre, idea, image collaborates and fuses with the other. A creative process can be a chaotic process – within its idiosyncrasies we help put a spotlight on the order within chaos.


- Logo design by Hemant Suthar of Fractal ink Design Studio

Art Brahma

ArtBramha Consulting LLP is formed as a consortium of key partners and directors in

Art X Company and NetBramha LLP. ArtBramha

is involved in delivering research, content and web development services to festivals and cultural organisations in India and South Asia.

As part of its service offering, ArtBramha will provide consulting for project management, content services, research services, and design and development of web platforms, UX/UI and products for the arts and culture sector in

the region.

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