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What is Interior Architecture and Design?
 
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Here's a discipline that uses architectural concepts and design principles to transform structures into amazing spaces with cool design elements. Sounds interesting? Interior Architecture and Design is the knowledge of and the ability to intelligently apply design concepts to create functionally and structurally sound and aesthetically appealing interiors. It requires knowledge of concepts of design and technology (within architecture) such as construction, material, landscape, space design, conservation, services (such as plumbing, HVAC) and even adaptive re-use (reusing a building for a purpose other than it was built for, such as, palaces that have now been converted into luxury hotels). combined with an understanding of complex design processes, safety and sustainability, and demographics of end user. In this way, an interior architect and designer is a specialist who – -understands the structural, hardware-related and softer aspects of finishing and furnishing a space -has a sound awareness of human history and anthropology, design theory and perspectives, materiality and technology, spatiality -styling to give the best interior space experience to the client or user. Some interesting areas of work for interior architect designers are in: -Home and Office Interior Architecture and Design -Set Design (Temporary and dynamic in nature) -Exhibition Design (Temporary and dynamic) -Retail Space Design (Dynamic ) -Residential and commercial landscape design and detailing -Furniture, fixtures and equipment Design -Accessories and Furnishings Design -Visual design for Interior Design companies -Interior Design in the health care and hospitality sectors Read up more about the Interior Architecture and Design course at IIAD: http://www.iiad.edu.in/interior-architecture-and-design Explore the possibilities in Interior Architecture and Design: http://www.iiad.edu.in/blog/what-is-architecture-interior-designing-course/
What is Communication Design?
 
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Watch Sam, a budding designer, discover a design discipline that combines his love for graphic design, animation, web design, print media design, film-making, photography and much more! The virtual and physical spaces enveloping us are being pervaded by various forms of technologies, media, and messages across geographies. Out of this confluence has emerged a dynamic field of work - Communication Design. Whether it is a mobile shopping app, a TV advertisement, a chocolate wrapper, a movie poster, a website, a video-game, or a social-media platform, all are manifestations of Communication Design. The Communication Design course at IIAD equips students to create and manipulate various media to convey messages that are effective, appropriate, aesthetic, and contextually relevant to appeal to the audience or user. Students use their training in visual, digital and technical literacy in Graphic Design, Animation, Film, Video, Photography, User Interface Design and Multimedia Applications that enable communication creation, dissemination, and assimilation. You can explore the Communication Designing courses curriculum at IIAD: http://www.iiad.edu.in/communication-design-courses Also check out our series Design Blogs for know more about the world of fashion, interior and communication design: http://www.iiad.edu.in/blog/
Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik at IIAD's Orientation Day 2018
 
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Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik, a renowned Indian author who writes, illustrates and lectures extensively on Indian mythology, graced IIAD's Orientation Day as the Keynote Speaker and addressed the gathering on the essence and importance of design in everyday life. He stated that, “Design is the ability to transform things into something beautiful.” He drew a parallel between the connotation of beauty in Indian mythology and modern times. He was of the opinion that India has a lot of potential to rediscover its design sensibilities and be known around the world for the same. He further added that any field of science can invent technology but cannot connect the psychology aspect with it. This is an aspect that designers are trained in. A designer has the skill-set to beautifully blend science and aesthetics to create an object closer to human need. Understanding human psychology is the key to designing products that are indispensable to humans in general. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/
What is Fashion Designing ?
 
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Soundtrack Credits : Ukulele by http://www.bensound.com This short animated film will take you through the process of fashion designing and the multiple career opportunities that it offers to aspirants. The film features Vinay, a fashion designer who will help you understand the intricacies of the design process and give you a glimpse into the world that is hidden behind the scenes of the glitz and glamour that we all see and are enamoured by. In fact, fashion designing is one of the oldest and most popular design disciplines around the world. With rising incomes and an an increased awareness about fashion and trends, the field is expanding and opening up multiple career opportunities, in specialised aspects of design as well as allied fields. This includes, designing for leading brands, buying, pattern-making, draping, fashion styling, fashion journalism and PR, visual merchandising and many other specialities. If you are a fashion design aspirant, it will serve you well to understand the workings of the fashion industry and learn more about each aspect of the design discipline. Getting adequate training from a reputed design school will also give you an in-depth understanding about the process of fashion design. Look for top fashion design colleges in your city or state and enrol in a professional course that will give you practical exposure through project-based work and internships within the industry.
IIAD's Annual Cultural Fest, Remix 2018
 
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REMIX, IIAD's maiden cultural fest, organized by the students of IIAD, was initiated in a quest to approach creative learning with a tinge of excitement and fun. Remix celebrated creativity with its intercollege thematic events, offering a blend of multiple creative genres, uniting creative thinking with a mutual motive of self-expression. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/
IIAD Photowalk - A Tribute to the Lodhi Art District, New Delhi
 
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Iss Saal Terey Gulli Mein! (Translation: This Year in Your Neighbourhood!) This light-hearted video created by the students of IIAD, pays homage to the Lodhi Art District (the area between Meherchand Market and Khanna Market and near India Habitat Centre). Lodhi Art District is India’s first public art district and is a project to enliven and revitalize the city with art that is accessible to every resident and visitor. The brainchild of IIADians Sahil Singh Aleria, Aditi Ghosh, Chaitanya Bhaiti, Nikita Sharma and Aditya Aluwalia, the video aptly captures the effervescence of the place with all its hustle-bustle and the many faces and emotions that make it come alive. This video was also used as part of a unique awareness campaign for our cultural festival and one of its signature events - "The Photowalk" to give photography enthusiasts an opportunity to explore this colorful locale in the city of New Delhi and capture its beauty and cultural idiosyncrasies in their frames. The two-part event included a walk through of the chosen locale followed by an exhibition of the photographs taken. Renowned photographers Sandeep Biswas and Ravi Dhingra selected the best montage and the winners. Soundtrack : Mere gully mein by Divine feat. Naezy Lyrics : Divine and Naezy Music (mix and master) : Sajeel Kapoor aka Sez
IIAD Foundation Year Student Work 2016-17
 
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The Indian Institute of Art and Design is proud to present Foundation Year Student Work 2016-17. The foundation year at IIAD is a critical year for students who aspire to become reflective and skilled design professionals. This year helps students bridge the gap between high school education and design education at the college level. It is in the Foundation Year that students learn basic concepts in design as well become aware of their surroundings and their contexts that include their culture, their diverse backgrounds, their city, their community and the many social groups that they are affiliated to. This is also a year where they begin to look within and evaluate the self through the many activities, projects and assignments that they work on. The aim is to develop in students a habit of curiosity, a habit of research and finding answers as well as making them think critically, laterally and creatively. They not only explore concepts, but also play with materials and explore dimension, shape, and form by transforming simple everyday objects into artistic realizations that have a narrative of their own. The video will give you a glimpse into all of this and also showcase some of the tools and techniques used by them. Also follow us on our Instagram Page (https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/) to get a sneak peak into the path-breaking student work done by our budding designers.
Acceptance, a short film by Communication Design students of IIAD!
 
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This Short film based on Accepting oneself was made by the Communication Design students, Class of 2020, of IIAD as part of their Filmmaking Workshop 'Celluloid' under the mentorship of Ms. Pallavi Arora. The film portrays the life of a transgender who is trapped in the clutches of the societal norms. It rightfully showcases the emotions and struggles one goes through in the journey of accepting oneself. The film further highlights the parent's positive perspective on the same where the father pens down a poem for his son which has been narrated throughout the film. The entire concept imparts a positive message that transgenders are amongst us, they are no different, they deserve acceptance and equal respect. Group Members: Sahil Singh Aleria Seher Krishna Keerat Kaur Sandhu Raashi Borade Tejas Lydia Elizabeth Jacob Actors: Kishore Chakraborty, Faculty IIAD Usha Iyer, Faculty IIAD Akarshan Mani, Batch of 2017 Poem Composed by: Sahil Singh Aleria Lydia Elizabeth Jacob Narrator: Sahil Singh Aleria Special Thanks: Karan Awasthi, Faculty IIAD Camera Work: Premanand and Team Guides: Pallavi Arora/The Little Project Sonu Singh Usha Iyer, Faculty IIAD About Ms. Pallavi Arora​: Pallavi Arora is a documentary filmmaker and designer based in New Delhi. Apart from making documentaries, she is also the co-founder of Sotomoto, a design studio that specializes in creating kids’ products inspired by Indian Crafts. Realising the need for children to be exposed to filmmaking and photography as forms of creative expression, Pallavi started an initiative in 2015 titled ‘The Little Picture Project’. The Little Picture Project conducts filmmaking workshops for children and young adults (age 7 onwards) using an interactive hands-on approach that emphasizes creativity and teamwork. If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design
The Human Project by Fashion Design Students of IIAD
 
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Designer from Berlin mentors IIAD’s Fashion Design students for a 2-week long module titled ‘The Human Project’. Piyush Suri, the Creative Director of Handmade in Britain, visited IIAD for a module with students of the Fashion Design programme. He interacted with the Level 5 (Class of 2019) students of Fashion Design over a span of 2 weeks wherein, he honed their skills of self-reflection and articulation of design in words. He also gave them insights on connecting with oneself at an emotional level and weaving design stories while working on a project for better results. The final task of the project required the students to challenge the notion of a 'Little Black Dress' and design one for an imaginary personality, all in under 4 days. Each student created the perfect little black dress justifying the theme and depicting the portrayal of the character they chose. The students also put together a stunning display of their designs on Campus during a Fashion Show organized by them under the mentorship of Piyush Suri. About Piyush Suri: Piyush is an engineer turned design thinker with more than 15 years of experience in the textile industry. He established ‘Handmade in Britain’ in 2007 with an aim to promote and support designer-makers in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. He came up with this initiative to increase accessibility, create market opportunities and maintain high standards in the craft sector whilst providing a comprehensive support programme for designer-makers. Piyush Suri is also the co-founder of a popular design studio in London which specializes in hand screen printed cotton and linen fabrics, soft furnishing, wallpapers, and interior accessories. He has also authored a book titled ‘Handmade in Britain’ which features 90 designer-makers from myriad disciplines. The book narrates their design stories and showcases their works. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design
IIAD Webinar on How to Create a Portfolio for Design Entrance Exams
 
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Video Edited By - Lovelish Thakur How should I create an impressive portfolio for my Design Entrance Exams ? This is one of the most frequently asked questions by aspiring design students. The webinar focuses on the components of a portfolio, type of work to be included, format specifications and some ‘dos’ and ‘donts’ to follow when creating and presenting the portfolio. To ensure that students understand the requirements of a good quality portfolio, the Indian Institute of Art and Design organised a webinar on Portfolio creation on 27th April 2017. The Webinar was conducted by Ms. Prachi Mittal, who heads the academic process for foundation program (1st Year) at IIAD. She has several years of experience in product design, lifestyle accessories, graphics, and retail management. With an industry and academic experience of above 18 years, she has worked with some of the most renowned brands in India. She has also led curriculum development at various design institutes across India. Ms. Mittal holds a Bachelors degree in Accessory Design from NIFT, New Delhi and is currently in the process of completing her Post Graduate qualification from Kingston University, London. She was joined by her colleagues from the Admissions and Outreach Department, Mr. Manish Mangla and Ms. Bhavvna Jolly who answered student queries on portfolio and the IIAD admissions process.
Jacket Project by Fashion Design Students at IIAD
 
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The Fashion Design students at IIAD worked on the Jacket Project recently. In the process of Jacket creation, the students explored various fabrics and went on to creating the finest jackets. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
What Do Students Learn at IIAD, Foundation Year?
 
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IIAD proudly presents work done by our 1st Year (Foundation Year) students, from out 2015-18 batch! At IIAD, the foundation course acts as a bridge between high-school education and the niche programmes of undergraduate art & design study – Communication Design, Interior Architecture and Design, and Fashion Design. Check it out right now: http://www.iiad.edu.in/design-courses-foundation The aim of the foundation course is to equip students with prerequisite core skill-sets necessary to succeed in an art and design degree programme. These include drawing and visual skills, design process and development, material understanding, fundamentals of art and design, relevance of design in contemporary situations, communication skills and computer aided design. The course is structured to maximise the progressive development of the individual’s intellectual and creative potential both independently and within the dynamics of a group. The foundation year is all about experimenting and exploring your creative self. Be it intricate drawings or awe-inspiring three dimensional installations, IIADians learn to showcase their creativity and design sensibilities across various styles and media. They used a variety of commonly available material and transformed them into extraordinary pieces of art. They explored sketching, colours, textures, and material transformation. They dabbled in the techniques of papier mache, tessalations, stop motion animations and much more. They stretched their imaginations and explored new ways of creating things. They sharpened their design thinking skills and became equipped to further dive into the nuances of their specializations, be it fashion, interior or communication design. There's a lot that they achieved in the final year, while also having a lot of fun!! Check us out at: http://www.iiad.edu.in/
IIAD Orientation Day 2018
 
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IIAD recently held its fourth Orientation Day at IIT New Delhi welcoming the new batch of students to its undergraduate programmes. The event was attended by a number of professionals from the design industry, the faculty members and staff of IIAD, and last but not the least, the Class of 2022 and their parents. The keynote speaker for the event was Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik, a renowned Indian author who writes, illustrates and lectures extensively on Indian mythology. The Founder and Director of IIAD, Dr. Jitin Chadha, extended a warm welcome to the new batch of students and introduced them to IIAD's philosophy. The intention of the Orientation Day is to formally initiate students into their undergraduate program in design and introduce them to the faculty as well as various resources present on campus that will help enhance their academic experience at IIAD. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/
Welcome Note by Prof. Anne Boddington, Pro Vice-Chancellor & Dean of Kingston School of Art.
 
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Prof. Anne Boddington extends a warm welcome to the new batch of budding designers joining IIAD this year! Prof. Boddington is currently the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Culture & Civic Engagement) & Dean of Kingston School of Art. About Prof. Anne Boddington Prof. Anne Boddington is an architect and geographer by education with extensive experience in design education and design research in higher education across UK and the globe. She is an experienced creative leader and has offered her expertise in the creative and cultural field in various trustee and governance roles essayed over the years. Some of the positions she has held in the past are Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), an affiliate member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), a member of the executive of the Council for Higher Education in Art & Design (CHEAD) and a member of the advisory board and peer review college of the Arts & Humanities Research Council. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
Unafraid - A Short Film by Communication Design students of IIAD
 
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This Short Film titled 'Unafraid' ​was made ​​​by the Communication Design students of IIAD​ as part of their Filmmaking Workshop 'Celluloid' under the mentorship of Ms. Pallavi Arora. Based on a true story, this short film traces the emotional turmoil that transgenders undergo in their quest to be accepted by the society. The film succeeds in weaving aspects like the challenges they face, the courage they have and the obstacles they overcome, together in a sensitive yet thought-provoking narrative. ​Special Thanks: Sammratt Sehgal Groups Members (Communication Design, Class of 2020): Shivang Singh Simran Khera Parth Sharma Shreya Paul Swapnil Garg Yashi Pandey ​ Mentors: Pallavi Arora (Visiting Faculty, IIAD) Usha Iyer (Communication Design Course Leader, IIAD) Prem Anand and Team (During Production) Sonu Singh (During Post Production) Soundtrack: Dessert (Lion and Giraffe Chase) BBC Implosive Silence (Highway) ​About Ms. Pallavi Arora​: Pallavi Arora is a documentary filmmaker and designer based in New Delhi. Apart from making documentaries, she is also the cofounder of Sotomoto, a design studio that specialises in creating kids’ products inspired by Indian Crafts. Realising the need for children to be exposed to filmmaking and photography as forms of creative expression, Pallavi started an initiative in 2015 titled ‘The Little Picture Project’. The Little Picture Project conducts filmmaking workshops for children and young adults (age 7 onwards) using an interactive hands-on approach that emphasizes on creativity and teamwork. If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design... Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
Production of Space: A Project by Interior Architecture & Design students at IIAD
 
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The Interior Architecture & Design students of IIAD, Class of 2021 worked on a project titled 'Production of Space.' It helped the students understand the intricacies of a given space and unpack its experience as well as construction. As a part of the project, the students read Italo Calvino's 'If on a winter's night a traveler' to not just achieve a description of the characters but to understand the details of the physical space inhabited by them. Through this project, the students unpacked and identified spaces from the book and translated these narratives within it into the physical form by making scaled models of the designed space. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design?lang=en Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design
Fashion Design students of IIAD visit Konra, Rajasthan
 
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Fashion Design Students (Level 5) of IIAD recently visited Konra Village in Barmer District, Rajasthan, as a part of one of their ongoing projects. The students got to learn and observe the nitty-gritty of Rajasthan’s craft clusters and the essence of their indigenous craft form, Gudri. The students also got the opportunity to interact with the local artisans skilled in Gudri embroidery and explore the subtlety and refinement of craft items made from Gudri such as Bags, Umbrellas, Collars, Yokes, etc. Their stay at Konra was part of their 7 day trip to Barmer District that involved exploring the traditional art and craft works of India, the lifestyle of craftsmen nestled in the rural areas of the country and an experience to cherish forever. Students would further use the learnings from this trip and translate it into their designs they will be creating for a well known Indian retail garment brand. Soundtrack: Jhirnur Banse Mein by Kamaicha Morchang If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
Prof. Anne Boddington, Pro Vice-Chancellor & Dean of Kingston School of Art at IIAD
 
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Prof. Anne Boddington is an architect and geographer by education with extensive experience in design education and design research in higher education across UK and the globe. She is an experienced creative leader and has offered her expertise in the creative and cultural field in various trustee and governance roles essayed over the years. Some of the positions she has held in the past are Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), an affiliate member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), a member of the executive of the Council for Higher Education in Art & Design (CHEAD) and a member of the advisory board and peer review college of the Arts & Humanities Research Council. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
Capstone Project by students of IIAD
 
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A capstone project is a multifaceted assignment that serves as a culmination of academic experience that a student undergoes throughout the Foundation Year. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design?lang=en Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design
IIAD Admissions Process
 
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The Webinar on IIAD Admissions Process was hosted by Ms. Anubha Kakroo (Dean- Outreach, Marketing, and Corporate Relations) and Mr. Manish Mangla ( Manager- Admissions). The Webinar aimed at providing information about the admissions criteria at IIAD including iDAT, Portfolio Assessment, and Studio Simulation to students aspiring to pursue their degree from Indian Institute of Art and Design. If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
Material Transformation Project by Foundation Year Students of IIAD
 
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Unconventional applications of conventional materials! The Foundation Year students of IIAD recently concluded a project titled 'Material Transformation Project' that forms an entire module during their Foundation Programme. This particular project entailed students having to explore and experiment with regular studio/workshop materials and generate unconventional forms using the same. They went on to work with materials like shrink wrap, garbage bags, egg tray, sanitary hardware, spices and more. This project is an interesting and fun way to introduce the Foundation Year students to myriad studio materials and help them get comfortable exploring properties of these materials. The project spread over 3 weeks began with students sourcing materials followed by exploring, understanding properties, manipulating and form generation. During the project, each student got the opportunity to discover his/her individual creative expression and personal aesthetic, aspects that are integral to a designer's repertoire. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/
The Denim Project- Trip to Ahmedabad and work in progress
 
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This video features the Fashion design students' work in progress before the final display of the Denim Project. As part of the project-based learning methodology followed at IIAD, the Fashion Design students got the opportunity to be mentored by Himanshu Shani, the co-founder of 11.11/eleven eleven and Korra jeans in the recently concluded Denim Project. In order to understand the intricacies of the Denim fabric, the Fashion Design students had visited Arvind Mills in Ahmedabad which is India's largest manufacturer of Denim and the world's fourth-largest producer and exporter of Denim. Each student explored denim as a fabric and went on to create some trendy garments with the fabric. The students had organized a display of their work that reflected their journey and understanding of denim as a versatile fabric. The display was a culmination of the work done by the students over a period of 6 weeks. The exhibition was open to the public where students had the privilege of showcasing their work to renowned Fashion Designers from the industry like Rajesh Pratap, Shyam Sukhramani (Co-founder of Korra Jeans), Aneeth Arora (Founder of Pero), and Gaurav Jai Gupta (Founder of Akaaro). Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LInkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design
"Kathputali" Puppet Making at IIAD - An Orientation Week Workshop
 
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Background Soundtrack: Memories by www.bensound.com A workshop for those who love making things with their hands or like developing character and storytelling . The objective of this workshop is to engage with artisans and gain some awareness, understanding and respect for indigenous crafts and craftsmen. Under the able mentorship of master Kathputhli maker and performer, Vicky Bhatt, students choose a story, develop characters for the story, create puppets for each character and then put up a show!
Life at IIAD (Extra-curriculuar Activities on and off Campus)
 
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IIAD is a fun place to be! When our budding designers are not hard at work, they like to immerse themselves in activities that help them explore life in and around campus! Audio Courtesy: http://www.bensound.com/
The Denim Project by Fashion Design Students of IIAD
 
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Recently, our Fashion Design Students got the opportunity to be mentored by Himanshu Shani (co-founder of Korra Jeans and 11.11/eleven eleven) for a 6-week long 'Denim Project'. In this project, the students had to explore Denim as a versatile fabric, study it in detail and design a garment for a very important client...themselves! The students put together a stunning display of their garments and the very visual and tactile primary research they conducted for the project including that done at Ahmedabad and Gondal in Gujarat. Renowned designers who visited IIAD's Campus to see the display included Rajesh Pratap Singh, Shyam Sukhramani (co-founder of Korra Jeans and former Director Merchandising Global Hub at Levi Strauss & Co.), Gaurav Jai Gupta (founder of Akaaro), Aneeth Arora (founder of Pero), Gunjan Arora, Indrajeet and Snehanshu Mukherjee. We will have more videos showcasing the work done by our talented students from the Fashion Design Programme uploaded in the coming days! Video Featuring: Abhishek Jaiswal Aditi Ghosh Ajeet Pratap Singh Anjli Agnihotri Anshu Anand Singh Arshveen Kaur Arushi Bakshi Arushi Garg Dakshita Jain Diya Singh Faizan Khan Garima Vaid Kritika Negi Mahima Sharma Rashika Ramesh Ritika Singh Sandeep Kaur Gujral Shivranjini Bhati Tanu Kapoor Utkantha Chugh Vishesta Sharma Video Credits: Aaditya Ahluwalia, Communication Design, Class of 2019 | Zombie Productionz If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design
Prof. Damian P Chapman, Head of Design School at Kingston School of Art at IIAD
 
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Head of Design School at Kinsgton School of Art, Prof. Damian Chapman provides vision, leadership and innovation in the design sector. His areas of expertise are the following - Fashion, Graphic Communication design, Illustration Animation and 3D design - sector leading, entrepreneurial, research led and creative UG & PG portfolio of courses. As a design professional Mr. Chapman has over 20 years of experience in the advertising and design industry. His visit is one of the many faculty interactions that IIAD and Kingston collaborate on, keeping in line with our academic partnership. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design?lang=en Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design
Fashion Design at IIAD - A Teaser
 
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3rd Year Students of the Fashion Design Programme work on an exciting project exploring the themes of 'Transform and Restructure.'
Discovering Denim - A Rendezvous with Rajesh Pratap Singh
 
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Renowned Fashion Designer Rajesh Pratap Singh visited IIAD to view the Discovering Denim Exhibition organised by Fashion Design students, Class of 2019. Rajesh Pratap Singh is one of the most famous fashion designers of the country. He had worked in the fashion industry in India and Italy for two years before introducing his own line of men's and women's clothing in 1997. He has developed a unique signature style of his own over the decades. Rajesh Pratap is a recipient of several awards in recognition of his design and creativity. Newsweek Magazine (in their June 2009 issue) named Rajesh Pratap as one of India's most talented and creative designers. In the same year, he received the title of 'Designer of the Year' in the first GQ Men of the Year Awards. In December 2010, he received the prestigious EDIDA Award from Elle Décor. In addition to these awards and accolades, Rajesh Pratap's Ajrak prints on linen and handloom weave in Ikat are housed in the permanent textile and apparel archives of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The designer's domestic retail presence takes the form of five standalone stores in India and selected multi-brand boutiques. His brand also retails with some of the finest stores in the world internationally. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/
IIAD DILO Project, Communication Design
 
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IIAD's Communication Design students worked on a project called DILO (Day In the Life Of) that aimed at making people's lives simpler and more interesting through the use of design. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/
IIAD's Fashion Design students at Navatala, Rajasthan
 
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As part of their ongoing project that involves exploring indigenous art and crafts practices across India, students of the Fashion Design discipline (Level 5) went on a 7 day trip to Barmer, Rajasthan. During the trip, students got the opportunity to interact with artisans skilled in print, embroidery and other traditional crafts practiced in the region. The trip was more than a design intervention, it involved exploring traditional crafts of India, the lifestyle of craftsmen nestled in the rural areas of the country and an experience to cherish forever. Students would further use the learnings from this trip and translate it into their designs they will be creating for a well known Indian retail garment brand. Soundtrack: Banjara by Maatibaani If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
How to crack the IIAD Entrance Exam?
 
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iDAT is here and so is the last minute hustle to make it to one of the premier institutes in design. The webinar on IIAD Entrance Exam hosted by Ms. Anubha Kakroo (Dean-Outreach) was basically aimed at assisting the design aspirants in their last moment preparation for iDAT. Check out the questions asked at the Webinar in case you missed any: 9:38---- When is the IIAD exam? 12:24---- Can i make a portfolio on a single theme or is it important to include worlds from all fields? 12:53----- Can I make a non traditional creative file? 14:12---- Do we have to bring only one portfolio? 14:37---- When is the examination? 14:58---- What if the exam coincides with any of the engineering exams? 15:40---- Is there a center in Dehradun? 16:06---- When will the results come out for the iDAT exam? 16:23---- And when do we get the IDAT admit card? 16:36---- What exactly should be there in a portfolio for communications design? Also can I put my fashion trend report? 18:59---- Can i make a digital portfolio? 19:43---- I just entered 12th, am i eligible? 20:45---- What all do we get in iDAT? 23:10---- I am interested in film and video communication. Can my portfolio be based on films and videos rather than basic art and stuff? 25:02---- Is it a 4 year undergrad course? 25:23---- Do you have center in bhopal & bangalore? 25:33---- Which university gives the degree? 25:51---- I will be coming from jaipur, cn my Studio simulation & Portfolio assessment be on the next day? 26:40---- How much is the annual fee? 26:57---- Is it important for me to stay in Delhi till results come? Cause i stay in riyadh. 27:45---- Is fashion communication included in fashion design program? 28:45---- Is game design a part? 30:16---- I am really bad at maths. 31:32---- Is there any situation test? 31:50---- Do the examiners really see the portfolios? 32:00---- I want to become a 3D artist, which specialization, VFX/Game design field should i choose? Would you recommend I try out IIAD? 33:00---- How many seats for admission? 33:40---- Is summer course available in bangalore? 33:45---- What kind of bachelors of arts degree would one receive? 33:56---- Do you get an opportunity to visit Kingston university for learning? 34:42---- Is logical reasoning in MCQs format? 34:50---- Is there growth for interior designing in India? 37:10---- Is the logical part going to contain GK? 37:47---- Is there a book that can be referred for the exam? 38:14---- How do i register for iDAT? 39:17---- What about internships? 40:24---- Can we visit KU for learning? 40:40---- Do I need to visit IIAD to know about classes in summer? 40:50---- What is the degree we’ll be getting? 41:29---- Master’s degree available? 41:32---- How many seats? 41:43---- Is Mumbai not a centre for iDAT? 42:08---- Do you offer placements? 42:24----Weightage for interaction design? 42:54---- Difference between communication design and fashion design 44:55---- Get in touch with counsellors 45:16---- Any possibility to pursue the course at KU? 45:23---- Can take up Animation as independent subject? 48:01---- Knowledge of coding required? 48:36---- Coaching required for iDAT? 49:15---- When do classes start? 49:34---- Get in touch with advisor 49:50---- Can appear for iDAT exam online? 50:10---- Scholarships available? 50:56---- Portfolio (Repetition)______Exclude 51:12---- Fashion marketing related query 51:36---- Fashion styling related query_______Exclude 51:45---- Is iDAT and NIFT exam similar? 52:01---- What are the career prospects in Interior Architecture Design? 52:35---- What are the scopes in Graphic design and Communication design? If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design... Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
Wearable Art at IIAD - An Orientation Week Workshop
 
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Background Soundtrack: Memories by Bensound http://www.bensound.com Wearable art, also known as Artwear or "art to wear", refers to individually designed pieces of (usually) handmade clothing or jewellery created as fine or expressive art. Wearable Art can be sewn, constructed, glued, painted, collaged, riveted, woven and knitted. They can be made from metals, recycled found objects, silk, rubber, natural fibers, industrial offcuts or whatever substance can be sculptured, coaxed, charmed and if required, bent by the will of the artist. Students of IIAD create fun whimsical pieces of wearable art under the direction of fashion designer, artist and renowned wildlife photographer Archna Singh.
Gender Equality - A Short film by Communication Design students of IIAD
 
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This Short Film based on Feminism and Gender Equality was made by the Communication Design students of IIAD​, as part of their Filmmaking Workshop with Ms. Pallavi Arora. The film traces preconceived notions of gender equality and the often misinterpreted understanding of feminism by people at large. Age-old behavioral patterns of reducing women to mere physical attributes while ignoring their capabilities, intellect, and strength compared to their male counterparts have been prevailing in our society since time immemorial. The film succeeds in weaving together a thought-provoking narrative by highlighting sensitive issues like the objectification of women in media and overlooking their potential and challenges they face in the quest to establish their presence in a patriarchal society. ​Special Thanks: Anjali Seetha Paras Sood Ashish Prakash (Lights and Green Screen) Group Members (Communication Design, Class of 2020): Riya Narula Naman Singh Duvve Gautami Angad Singh Jassar Inder Raj Singh Virdi Mentors: Pallavi Arora (Visiting Faculty, IIAD) Usha Iyer (Communication Design Course Leader, IIAD) Sonu Singh (During Post Production) Soundtrack: Cinematic and Emotional Background Music For Documentary Videos & Film by MorningLightMusic ​About Ms. Pallavi Arora​: Pallavi Arora is a documentary filmmaker and designer based in New Delhi. She is also the co-founder of Sotomoto, a design studio that specialises in creating kids’ products inspired by Indian Crafts. Realising the need for children to be exposed to filmmaking and photography as forms of creative expression, Pallavi started an initiative in 2015 titled ‘The Little Picture Project’. The Little Picture Project conducts filmmaking workshops for children and young adults (age 7 onwards) using an interactive hands-on approach that emphasizes on creativity and teamwork. If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
Industry Interface at IIAD
 
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Amit Gulati, a renowned Industrial Designer and Founder of Incubis Consultants addressed the students of IIAD at a seminar on 'The Purpose of Design' as a part of IIAD Industry Interface. While addressing the students, he emphasized the value of empathy in design, the consequences of design, and the factors to keep in mind while coming up with innovative design ideas that create an impact. He also evaluated the 'lighting project' completed by the students of BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
IIAD Webinar on Career Opportunities in Interior Architecture & Design
 
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The Webinar on Career Opportunities in Interior Architecture & Design was hosted by Ms. Anubha Kakroo (Dean- Outreach, Marketing, and Corporate Relations), Ms. Czaee Malpani (Course leader, IAD) and Ms. Rimjhim Khanna (Admissions Advisor). The Interior Architecture and Design programme at IIAD is a curated blend of traditional architecture and interior designing courses. Therefore, the Webinar aimed at providing information about the trending career options in the field of Interior Architecture & Design that students can pursue after graduation. Check out the questions asked at the Webinar in case you missed any: 21:05---- How is Interior Design different from Lifestyle Accessory Design? 22:16---- What are the chances for a student who doesn’t have good drawing skills but a creative mind? 23:36---- What is the eligibilIty to study at IIAD? 24:05---- What is a portfolio round and on what basis is a candidate judged? 25:50---- Where do we get a job after completing a course at IIAD? 27:04---- What do we really get to study at IIAD? 29:56---- Is my future secure if I pursue Interior Architecture and Design? 30:33---- What is the expected starting salary for a graduate in Interior Architecture and Design? 31:18---- Do we have to prepare our portfolio earlier or at the examination center? 31:46---- Will bad drawing skills affect my result in the iDAT Examination? 32:31---- Is it necessary to have Mathematics and Physics as subjects in 12th standard? 32:42---- How many artworks are required to be included in a portfolio? 33:29---- Does Graphic Design have any link with Interior Design and can a Graphic Designer become an Interior Architect? 35:15---- Do we need to be financially secure in order to be an Interior Architect? 36:07---- Does IIAD offer campus placements? 36:41---- Can we attach prints or scanned images of our original paintings in the portfolio? 37:01---- How is iDAT different from the exams conducted at NIFT and NID? 37:58---- Can I pursue Interior Architecture after completing my B.Arch? 38:17---- How can I apply to IIAD with my NATA score? 38:34---- Is training for Fashion Design available at IIAD? 38:46---- Can you explain what are we tested on in a situation test? 39:33---- Which discipline has better job prospects - Architecture or Interior Design? 40:53---- Is there scope for Landscape Architecture and Set Design? 42:18---- I am a Commerce Graduate but interested in pursuing Design! 42:49---- What are the chances to work abroad as an Interior Architect? 43:18---- Can we get our creative work like glass painting or quilling for the portfolio assessment round? 43:38---- What is the difference between Interior Architecture and Interior Design? 45:13 to 45:41----- No Sound - this section can be deleted 46:08---- When and where do we have to come with NATA score to apply to IIAD? 46:50---- What are Scholarships available at IIAD? 48:37---- Are the Studio Simulation and Portfolio Assessment rounds tough? 49:16---- How many students are accepted in IIAD? 49:34---- What is the cut-off for iDAT? 50:19---- Can you explain what Studio Simulation means? 51:33---- What are the minimum marks one needs to secure in IIAD’s Entrance Exam? 52:29---- How are we going to be evaluated in the IIAD Entrance Exam? 53:16---- Admissions Procedure! If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design... Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
Clean Energy Jam at IIAD Campus
 
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The Design Jam was held at the Indian Institute of Art and Design, New Delhi on OCT 13, 2018 (Saturday). Select institutes from India were invited to participate. The focus was on Clean Energy and this initiative was being held simultaneously in five different cities across the world - Amsterdam, Nairobi, São Paulo, Mexico City and New Delhi. The area of focus was unique to each city and this time it was How can we promote clean and green buildings in Delhi- NCR. The competition was open for three tracks of submissions: for startups, for students and for creative professionals. They were able to apply with an ongoing project or a fresh idea. The winner stood a chance to win up to € 10,000 to develop their idea, a customised acceleration program, a dedicated team of experts and mentors and access to the WDCD partnership network. Unbox recently partnered with What Design Can Do (https://www.whatdesigncando.com/), This was an international competition- Global Climate Action Challenge that invited the design, research, student and startup community to rethink how smarter production, distribution and use of energy could look like, in partnership with Ikea Foundation. This challenge was launched in search of ideas that are eligible for the program. Unbox - is a design, arts and cultural platform founded in 2011 in India which has been bringing together practitioners, academics and students from across the world to collaborate, discuss and incubate new ideas that can help reimagine our world. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/
Move, Short Film by Communication Design students of IIAD
 
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This Short Film based on 'fitting in' was made by the Communication Design students of IIAD as part of their Filmmaking Workshop titled 'Celluloid', under the mentorship of Ms. Pallavi Arora. The film portrays a teenager's quest to fit into the social order and emulate the lifestyle of his peer group. The narrative beautifully weaves together the teenager's emotional turmoil while succumbing to peer pressure and eventually steering clear of it to embrace his true self. Group Members: Jatin Kumar Sawhney Khyati Kachroo Rupal Gupta Vaishnavi Karnam Varchasv Saini Guides: Pallavi Arora/The Little Project Sonu Singh Usha Iyer About Ms. Pallavi Arora: Pallavi Arora is a documentary filmmaker and designer based in New Delhi. Apart from making documentaries, she is also the co-founder of Sotomoto, a design studio that specializes in creating kids’ products inspired by Indian Crafts. Realising the need for children to be exposed to filmmaking and photography as forms of creative expression, Pallavi started an initiative in 2015 titled ‘The Little Picture Project’. The Little Picture Project conducts filmmaking workshops for children and young adults (age 7 onwards) using an interactive hands-on approach that emphasizes creativity and teamwork. If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design
Discovering Denim - An Exhibition by Fashion Design Students of IIAD
 
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The video showcases the Fashion design students' designed garments at the final exhibition of the Denim Project. As part of the project-based learning methodology followed at IIAD, the Fashion Design students got the opportunity to be mentored by Himanshu Shani, the co-founder of 11.11/eleven eleven and Korra jeans in the recently concluded Denim Project. In order to understand the intricacies of the Denim fabric, the Fashion Design students had visited Arvind Mills in Ahmedabad which is India's largest manufacturer of Denim and the world's fourth-largest producer and exporter of Denim. Each student explored denim as a fabric and went on to create some trendy garments with the fabric. The students had organized a display of their work that reflected their journey and understanding of denim as a versatile fabric. The display was a culmination of the work done by the students over a period of 6 weeks. The exhibition was open to the public where students had the privilege of showcasing their work to renowned Fashion Designers from the industry like Rajesh Pratap, Shyam Sukhramani (Co-founder of Korra Jeans), Aneeth Arora (Founder of Pero), and Gaurav Jai Gupta (Founder of Akaaro). Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design
In Memoriam - Remembering Prof. Edward Newton, Advisor, IIAD
 
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The IIAD family deeply mourns the loss of one its most important members – Prof. Edward Newton. An esteemed member of IIAD’s advisory board, Prof. Newton was a stalwart whose contribution to the global fashion and textile industry will forever be treasured by the Design fraternity. An academician par excellence, Prof. Newton was a sought after educator and shared his subject matter expertise at design schools across continents. He was a mentor to IIAD right from its inception and championed the cause of innovation in design education all through. A man of exceptional emotional intelligence, Prof. Newton was able to make a personal connection with everyone he met and interacted with, be it the students, the faculty or support staff. His demise has left a huge void in our hearts. We will miss you Prof Newton. May your soul rest in eternal peace.
Animation Teaser by Communication Design students of IIAD
 
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The Level 4 Communication Design students of IIAD created various animated videos as a part of their 4-week Animation Module. In this module, the students worked on various aspects of Animation including 2D, 3D, Stop motion, Flipbook, Sand Animation, Clay Animation, Typography and Pixel Art. #staytuned for more videos. If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
Celluloid,  The Film Project by Communication Design students of IIAD
 
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Here comes yet another exciting project by the Communication Design students of IIAD, Celluloid 18, The Film Project. The Communication Design students of Level 4 will be showcasing the first screening of the Film Project on 23rd March, 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM. #staytuned for more! Video Credits: Shivang Singh (Class of 2020) If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
IIAD Webinar on Career Opportunities in Communication Design
 
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The Webinar on Career Opportunities in Communication Design was hosted by Ms. Usha Iyer (Course Leader, CD), and Mr. Karan Awasthi (Faculty CD) to discuss the innumerable career prospects in the field of Communication Design. The Communication Design degree at IIAD equips students to create and manipulate various media to convey messages that are effective, appropriate, aesthetic, and contextually relevant to appeal to the audience or user. Students use their training in visual, digital and technical literacy in Graphics, Animation, Film, Video, Photography, User Interface Design and Multimedia Applications that enable communication creation, dissemination and assimilation. Check out the questions asked at the Webinar in case you missed any: 31:44--- Is it possible for a student to pursue MBA or Masters in Mass Communication after completing their undergraduate studies in Communication Design? 32:22---- Where are the students going to be placed after completing their graduation? 33:33---- Does IIAD have exchange programs? If yes, which are those Colleges or Universities? 34:04---- Does IIAD have opportunities for Styling and Blogging? 34:33---- Is it okay not to have prior knowledge in working on Software before joining the courses at IIAD? 34:54---- When is the iDAT test conducted? 35:27---- What is the difference between Communication Design and Fashion Communication? 36:22---- Should I have prior experience in Filmmaking if I am an aspirant? 37:18---- Can I refer to the internet while creating my Portfolio? 37:50---- Is any other kind of work acceptable in the Portfolio apart from abstract art? 39:04---- What is the difference between Graphic Design and Communication Design? 39:47---- What would we be learning after the Foundation Year? 42:03---- Does IIAD have Video Film Design as an option? 42:42---- Does IIAD provide accommodation facilities for outstation students? 43:03---- Can we bring our Digital work on the iPAD? 43:18---- What would the internships be like? 44:38---- What is the difference between Video Film Design and Interior Space Design? Which has better prospects - Communication Design or Industrial, Product & Lifestyle Accessory Design? 45:54---- What is the difference between Graphic or Animation Film or Video Film Design? 46:50---- Do we work in groups in Studio Simulation? 47:07---- Is Communication Design a broad part of Advertising? 47:25---- How much of the course is Filmmaking and Video Communication? 48:35---- What is the hostel fee at IIAD? 49:02---- Is Design Education hectic as compared to Engineering? 50:17---- In today’s time which industry is more progressive Fashion or Communication? 51:13---- How can IIAD help students who focus only on Filmmaking? If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
Clay Mask Making at IIAD - An Orientation Week Workshop
 
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Background Soundtrack: Memories by Bensound http://www.bensound.com A philosopher-poet said, "We all wear masks, masks of happiness, sorrow, calmness and fury to name a few." With the processes of clay modelling, sculpting and designing, students learn to express themselves through the malleable and yielding medium of clay and forg new friendships during their first week at IIAD. Whats more, the get a chance to work with Ambar Agnihotri a well-known artist, designer and muralist.
Enamel Jewellery Making at IIAD - An Orientation Week Workshop
 
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Background Soundtrack: Memories by Bensound http://www.bensound.com IIADians spend their first week learning the art of creating enamel Jewellery. From cutting beautiful shapes out of copper sheets to using a kiln to work the enamel and colours into the metal, the students learn the craft under the able guidance of renowned artist Veenu Shah. A workshop that is energising, exciting and fun! Imagine to be able to walk out wearing self made jewellery!!! All your own creation!!!
It's Lit, a Project by Interior Architecture & Design students at IIAD
 
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Third Year Students of the Interior Architecture and Design Programme at IIAD worked on a Project that involved unpacking a lighting fixture and reverse engineering it through diagramming, analysing and looking at form, structure and beauty. They went on to creating their own individual lamps which were later displayed for auction on Campus. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/
The Magic of Monoprint Making at IIAD - An Orientation Week Workshop
 
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Background Soundtrack: Memories by www.bensound.com Monoprint is a type of printmaking that produces one of a kind prints made by drawing or painting on a smooth, non-absorbent surface. IIADians are encouraged to spend time experimenting, exploring and have fun with various mark making tools be it leaves, combs, sponges, brushes etc. to open the door to limitless possibilities. The process of Monoprint is one where students learn the basics of texture and pattern making, layering, understanding subtractive and additive methods of monoprint printing, basics of colour mixing and how to let go. What you expect may not always be what you get during this magical form of printing, but what you do get is fantastic too! The students learn monoprint making in the able guidance of Revati Anand a Graphic Designer, Visual Artist, Print Maker and entrepreneur.
In conversation with Gaurav Jai Gupta, Founder of a contemporary Indian Fashion Brand, Akaaro
 
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The Fashion Design students (Class of 2019) of IIAD had the opportunity to get one of their projects reviewed by Gaurav Jai Gupta. The project nicknamed 'Discovering Denim' was an elaborate attempt by the students at understanding denim and its versatility as a fabric. Gaurav graduated from NIFT, New Delhi and post which he worked as a Consultant for a couple of months before enrolling at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. While at Chelsea, he also went to Atelier Nationale Art Textiles in Paris as part of an exchange programme. Gaurav's label, Akaaro, is a highly individual woven textile design studio based in New Delhi that produces engineered garments that are one-of-a-kind, timeless and experiential classics. Gaurav has also showcased his collection at Fashion shows like Amazon Fashion Week and Lakme Fashion Week. The video showcases some amazing work put on display by the Fashion Design Students as a conclusion of their 6 week long project on Denim. The project was mentored by Himanshu Shani, co-founder 11.11/eleven eleven and Korra Jeans, in addition to faculty member, Rakesh Sonavane. Video Credits: Aditya Singh, Kino Haus Films (https://www.kinohausfilms.com/) If you want to know more about IIAD follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/IIAD-Indian-Institute-of-Art-and-Design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/
IIAD Webinar on Career Opportunities in Fashion Design
 
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The Webinar on Career Opportunities in Fashion Design was hosted by Ms. Anubha Kakroo (Dean- Outreach), Ms. Shipra Kukreja (Faculty, FD) and Ms. Rupal Bharadwaj (Admissions Advisor). The Fashion Design course at IIAD offers ample scope for experimentation, movement, and exploration of concepts and techniques in which each student wants to specialize and find his/her identity. The aim is to celebrate students’ uniqueness and diversity of crafts and experiences and groom future fashion designers. Check out the questions asked at the Webinar in case you missed any: 18:55 --- What are the placement options in Fashion Design? 21:31--- Does Luxury Brand Management necessarily mean being an Associate at a luxury brand? 23:10--- How many work samples are required in a Portfolio? 24:37--- What happens if we do not pass the iDAT Exam? 25:05--- Is there a link to the industry? 25:40--- What is the age limit for pursuing Fashion Design? 25:55--- What is the total package for Undergraduate students? 26:25--- What are the opportunities available in the field of Fashion Communication after graduating in Fashion Design? 26:55--- Is there any age limit for Campus recruitment? 27:10--- Can I pursue my Post Graduation in Animation after Fashion Design? 27:41--- Are internship opportunities available at IIAD? 27:50--- Can you please explain the scope of Fashion Designing? 30:10--- What are the basic things one needs to know before entering the stream of Fashion Design? 30:58--- How should I design a Portfolio and what can be showcased on the first page? 32:01--- What should be included in the Portfolio for Interior Design? 32:40--- Can I start a business with four of my friends? 33:10--- Will I be assessed on perspective based drawing? 34:10--- Can I use my YouTube channel that has my DIY videos, as part of the Portfolio? 34:25--- How long do we have to intern with a Company and will that be a paid internship? 35:17--- What is the total Fees for any Undergraduate Programme at IIAD? 36:13--- I am interested in Fashion Communication, will I get to study it from the first year of the Undergraduate Programme itself? 37:05--- What Course should I choose to become a Stylist? 38:44--- How does a student get admission at IIAD? 39:18 --- I am from South India, do we have any Hostel Accommodation available for students? 39: 29--- Which are the various companies that come for recruitment / internships at IIAD? 40:06--- How is IIAD globally connected? 40:46--- What kind of salary package can one expect after completion of the Undergraduate Programme at IIAD? 41:26--- Is the Scholarship valid for an older student? For example, a 26 year old? 41:36--- How can an aspiring male fashion designer create a niche for himself in the industry? 42:36--- Is a programme in Product Design available at IIAD? 42: 53--- What kind of questions are asked in a Studio Simulation Test? 44:08--- How are the students assessed? 46:49--- Does IIAD consider using NID/NIFT entrance marks for admission? 48:54--- At the end of the term, do we get credit points or grades? If you want to know more about IIAD, follow us on these channels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iiad.design.school/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iiad_design... Twitter: https://twitter.com/iiad_design LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-institute-of-art-and-design/ Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/iiad_design/