Welcome to IISAF 2023

Artist Christian Deiderick’s ‘Darsana’ was a part of IISAF 2021

Welcome to the second edition of the India International Spiritual Art Festival. This festival of art and sculpture is brought to you by Kalki Creations and Sunshine Studios. This year, we are organizing the festival as an online festival. The online festival in planned for 100 days starting from 25th March 2023.

The IISAF second edition will be inaugurated on 25th March 2023.

Kalki Subramaniam, The Director of International Spiritual Art Festival 2021

“In the most difficult times, it is always art that rejuvenates us, our souls. It reinvigorates our minds for a fresh start with hope. IISAF 2021 has been found with the purpose of supporting artists in one of the most difficult times for humans around the world, the Covid-19 pandemic. I am proud the festival is outstandingly successful”

– Kalki Subramaniam, Director, IISAF

“It has been a joyous experience to exhibit the works of the artists in the festival’s first edition. Interactions with the artists were amazing and like every art’s uniqueness, each artist brought themselves to the festival in a fantastic way. Our vision will continue and broaden so that in year 2022, we will be even bigger and wider “

– Bridget Paul Shibu, Co-Director, IISAF


The Mission of the festival is to attract Indian and International artists, support, encourage and exhibit their artworks in a grand manner in India, the mother land of spirituality worldwide.


The vision of the festival is to bring engagement, excitement and inspiration to art lovers around the world and encourage them to own the artworks created by artists of IISAF.


The IISAF2021 was inaugurated by Dr. David Blake Willis, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology and Education, Fielding Graduate University,  School of Leadership Studies California, USA.

Here is Dr. David Blake Willis’s message for IISAF 2021

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