Lina Vincent, an independent art historian and curator has two decades of experience in arts management. Committed to socially engaged practices that reflect in the multi-disciplinary projects, the focus areas of her research include arts education, printmaking history and practice, the documentation of living traditions, and environmental consciousness in the arts. She recently worked on an Archival Museum Fellowship from the India Foundation for the Arts and runs the Goa Familia archival photography project with the Serendipity Arts Foundation. She initiated and headed the Piramal Residency Artist Incubator Programme 2019-20. Lina has a bachelor's degree in printmaking and a master's in Art History from Bangalore University (2001).

Nothing ever happens in a vacuum, especially human endeavour. And the starting point of every worthwhile endeavour is a dialogue that illuminates, informs and even entertains. With the Samvaad series of video interviews, get to know artists, designers and curators better. And get into the spirit of how mysterious mechanism of artistic pursuit works.