Workshops

A series of Workshops are conducted for the students with an intention to develop various skill sets required to evolve as a Designer and to understand the principles of working with different materials such as clay, siforex, wood, bamboo, etc. and media such as pencil, colours, paints, charcoal, etc. The students are also given an exposure of various brainstorming sessions conducted by various External experts from the industry and profession, by virtue of which they would eventually evolve as good and sensible designers.

We conduct regular workshops for students at our Design Lab studio here at the Faculty of Design. Our workshops are brief immersing design education experiences & offer a wide range of opportunities in design. From skill -building to design thinking to concept-based projects to interdisciplinary design mash -ups and more, our talented instructors guide students in developing knowledge and experience in their focus area.

Clay Modelling Workshop

Students at Faculty of Design went through a week long workshop of clay modelling under the guidance of a sculptor, Premdeep Khere. Making a 3D model in clay and understanding the nature of clay led students to explore the medium and experiment with the form and composition of the objects designed.

Workshop on “Out of the Box”

Students were exposed to 10 days long workshop called “Out of the Box” conducted by Jana Bednarova, Slovakian artist.
The workshop aimed to open ways to understand works of Post Modern & Contemporary artists who work with concept and mix media. The program of the course helped students to find the area of interest in art and discover the topic and elaborate the experimental artwork which they were able to discuss in context of present day art.