The Punjab Kala Kendra is an academy focusing on Punjab's art and culture. It is situated on Sector 16-B in the city of Chandigarh with a postal code of 160016. This academy is located 7. 4 kms away from the Chandigarh city. The closest landmarks are Zakir Hussain Rose Garden and the Government of Museum and Art Gallery.

The Punjab Kala Kendra is more often known as the Punjab Art Council, which is the office of the Panjab Lalit Kala Academy. The primary moto of the Punjab Kala Kendra is to encourage and promote budding artists. Artists can either be painters, dancers, singers, musicians or anyone who supports either, modern or classical arts. The Punjab Kala Kendra is the academy that provides a platform for those interested in art and growing artists to showcase their talents and explore the wide range of exposure in this field.

The Punjab Kala Kendra academy is an astounding compilation of both modern and contemporary art works as well. They promote, encourage, appreciate and provide a platform in the form of exhibition spaces for education in the field of art. Their exhibitions feature works of young and struggling artist who deserve a great deal of progress. Exhibitions showcase paintings, sketches, crafts, pottery, dances, music, instrumentals, etc.

The Punjab Kala Kendra is open on all days of the week except on Sundays and other public holidays. Visitors are free to visit anytime during timings 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. The entrance fees is never fixed and most of the time the entrance is free of cost. The recommended average length of duration for your visit at the Kala Kendra can range anywhere between 2 to 3 hours depending on the crowd, interest and displays.