E-workshop on ‘Fashion, Textile Art & Design’ held at FDDI, Chhindwara campus
A six days e-workshop on ‘Fashion, Textile Art & Design’ was held at Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI), Chhindwara campus from 15 to 20 August 2020.
It was organized by School of Fashion Design during which different industrial professional and expert from the field of Fashion, Textile Art & Design provided useful insights of the topics pertaining to these areas.
During the e-workshop on ‘Fashion Design Process’ held on day one, Ms. Harmandeep Kaur discussed the role of fashion designer and various practices involved during garment designing and it’s processes followed by various fashion labels. She emphasized on the forecasting techniques and sources of design inspirations that she practices in her work and also highlighted many aspects of being an apparel industry entrepreneur.
On 16th August 2020, during the e-workshop on ‘Home Textile- a House of Production’, Ms. Sukriti Singh briefed on many trend forecasting techniques and process flow in Home textile industry along with emphasis on designer’s work and importance in the same. She also highlighted the features of CAD and related designing tools which are widely used in industry.
During the e-workshop on ‘Life in Style’, renowned creative expert, Mr. Ramendra Nath Sarkar discussed about many techniques to plan and execute any creative project with more impact and better finish. He informed about the ways in which the students can experiment and explore within allotted resources.
On 18th August 2020, Dr. Rakesh Bani, during the e-workshop on ‘Woodcut-in Design’ shared a practical demonstration of an exploratory method of woodcut design and printing. He briefed about the many ways in which the process can be utilized in fashion industry especially for block printing on textiles.
During the e-workshop on ‘Material Expression’ held on 19th August 2020, Mr. Mohan Kumar Verma showcased material exploration and experimentation techniques, by demonstrating his techniques in his design studio. He described about the various techniques that can be used to strike balance between the art, creativity and financial aspects of any product focusing on the marketability of the product.
On 20th August 2020, during the e-workshop on ‘Creation of Portrait-by Watercolour’ Dr. Praksh Das Khandey gave a practical demonstration on creating a portrait with the help of various techniques of watercolour. His demonstration highlighted many quintessential rules that need to be followed while creating a portrait.
This e-workshop was attended by 137 participants which included students from various department and campuses of FDDI and other institute along with many academic team members.