IIAD had recently conducted an hour long interactive webinar on how to create the perfect portfolio for design entrance exams. The webinar was hosted by Ms. Prachi Mittal and she was accompanied by her colleagues, Mr. Manish Mangla and Ms. Bhavvna Jolly.
The Level 4 students of Interior Architecture and Design at IIAD were part of a day long workshop facilitated by Aishwarya Tipnis on the subject of conservation and adaptive reuse.
IIAD students from fashion design, communication design and interior architecture and design were part of an informative workshop on Film Appreciation that was facilitated by Vartikka Kaul.
Mr. Pankaj Narain, an esteemed faculty member at IIAD, was recently featured in Pool Magazine for his outstanding work in the field of furniture design.
IIAD students from the foundation year programme got an opportunity to experience and indulge in the ancient Odiya art form called Pattachitra. The students got their creative juices flowing under the able guidance of chitrakara Shahjahan.
IIAD students across the disciplines of fashion design, communication design, and interior architecture and design, organised a student work exhibition, showcasing work done by them on the ‘Nearness Farness’ project. The project involved studying the physicality of individual space, human interaction with those spaces, and various other aspects of cultural communication.
A workshop on chik making and cane weaving was facilitated for the second year students of fashion design, communication design, and interior architecture & design at IIAD. The workshop was an attempt to introduce the budding artists and designers to weaving, and the many ways in which it can be incorporated into their individual design thought process.
Archana Shastri, a renowned artist and subject matter expert, was invited for a workshop with the 2nd year fashion design course students at IIAD. Through the workshop, the students were introduced to material culture and its importance in designing garments.
Textile/fabric as a material is the main sustaining input for a successful designer to create a design. Keeping this in mind, a workshop for the fashion designing programme students was facilitated with Prof. Kusum Chopra.
Origami Oritai was invited by IIAD to conduct a day-long Origami workshop for the 2nd year design students. In this workshop, the students learnt how the rules of geometry that are used in Origami can be applied to any field of study like fashion design, communication design and interior architecture and design.