Scottish Indian Arts Forum (SIAF) is a registered Scottish charity (SC033214). It has been promoting Indian culture and arts, in and around Edinburgh, through the medium of music and dance events around key Indian festivals since its inception in August 1994. SIAF is governed by duly approved Constitution and an Executive Committee to manage all aspects of the organisation. The Committee comprises of members from different faiths and origins from different parts of India, making it a truly secular and all-encompassing Indian organisation in Edinburgh. Committee members have broad experience in community engagement and take pride in being accessible to support various regional organisations and their event.
SIAF is devoted to inspiring and empowering the Indian community through advancing Arts & Cultural as a platform to enhancing equality and active citizenship.
I congratulate Scottish Indian arts forum for their 26th years running towards serving social and cultural welfare of Indian community. All the best for your events.
Scottish Indian arts forum is our close ally with whom we collaborate in various cultural events. We support SIAF commitment in enhancing and advancing Indian heritage at all levels.
We’ve been supporting the Dusherra festival for nearly 20 years and with wooden effigies for last 12 years. Thank you Scottish Indian arts forum for the amazing work you do in the communities. Its fantastic for prisons to play a small part in it. We look forward to many more associations in future Dusherra events on Calton hill.