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International Courses

Arayash (Fresco) Painting

The course aims to revive the art of fresco paintings. It will cultivate the independence of individual in this medium to find expression for their individual visions and realize their talents. In this course, trainees will be encouraged to follow their own imaginative journey and explore and nurture ideas to experiment with the medium freely.

Contemporary Enamelling

This course is ideal for beginners who are keen on learning ancient French Enamelling Techniques for decorating metal objects and jewellery pieces. This Enamelling Technique is where the surface of the metal is decorated with low relief design which can be seen through translucent and transparent enamels.

Creative Papier Mache

The course will introduce the learners to the papier mache craft with visuals. Learners get an opportunity to explore the beauty of pulp and the use of colours, from the preparation of the pulp and mixing with multani mitti to making the mould, experimentation with pinching, coil and relief method etc for creating various decorative and utility art and craft objects.

Heritage Techniques - Surface Design for Textiles

Surface ornamentation is the process of decorating, adorning or embellishing something. It includes Tie & Dye (Bandhani, Leheriya, Mothara, Indigo Dyeing), Block (Sanganeri & Bagru) and Resist (Dabu) Printing. The learner will be exposed to various techniques of heritage Indian surface designs.

Gold Leaf Embroidery (Gota Patti)

The course will introduce the learners to the intricate craft of Gota Patti. Learners get an opportunity to explore the beauty of ribbons that are woven with a warp of flattened gold and silver wire, and a weft of silk or cotton, from the preparation of the small pieces of zari that are stitched onto the fabric, with edges sewn down to create patterns, experimentation with patterns and designs etc. for creating various objects.

Traditional Enamelling (Kundan Meena 24K Gold)

This is an introductory course to the traditional method of enamelling called the Kundan Meena technique. The traditional kundan jewellery is covered with stones on one side and the meenakari work on the other side. The learner will be exposed to various methods, designs and motifs used on 24k gold jewellery in India. The course will enable the learner to experiment with contemporary designs.

Natural Dyes – Making and Dyeing

This course is ideal for beginners who are keen on learning the natural dye making and dyeing process. The course will introduce the basic concepts of natural dye making and dyeing of natural fabrics. The course will cover mordant to dye making to dyeing techniques.

Upon completion of the course, you will have a good working knowledge of developing different products.

Heritage Photography

Jaipur is a world heritage city in the state of Rajasthan, India. It boasts of over 35 heritage sites and has been photographed by photographers from world over. The course aims to help the learner understand the craft of Heritage photography which capture monuments and ancient art & craftsmanship which stand testimony to an era.

Indian Pottery Craft

Jaipur is a world heritage city in the state of Rajasthan, India. It boasts of over 35 heritage sites and has been photographed by photographers from world over. The course aims to help the learner understand the craft of Heritage photography which capture monuments and ancient art & craftsmanship which stand testimony to an era.

Furniture Design – The Charpai

This course will aim to introduce the learner to varied weaves using natural materials like ropes, threads, leaves etc. By the end of the course the learner will be familiar with the techniques and materials of creating decorative pieces & furniture like charpai and other pieces.

Shoe Design (Mojari) - Tradition to Modernity

In the Shoe Design (Mojari) Course students will have the opportunity to examine source materials, learn various surface ornamentation techniques – embroidery, applique, mirror work etc. The learners will explore ways to create contemporary designs while following the traditional manufacturing processes using various materials like leather and vegan leather.

Non Western Fashion – Indian Silhouettes for Contemporary Design

In the Non Western Fashion Course students will have the opportunity to examine results of ethnic borrowing in fashion. Each student will select a local fashion community based in India and deeply study the cluster, their problems and finding suitable solution to promote them. The proposed solution will be intended in the way of developing a range of ready to wear garments and conceptual garments which can be represented at global platform.

Gems, Jewellery Design and Sourcing

The course will cover topics like Identification of gemstones, distinction between natural and synthetic stones, Introduction to jewelry and its components, Drawing and illustration of faceted and non-faceted gemstones, Settings in jewelry, Textures on metal, Material Studies, Design Principles, Design Methodology, Designing various forms of jewelry, study of kundan meena jewelry, characteristic features and motifs of traditional Indian jewelry industry, along with sourcing of gemstones and other metals.

Heritage Craft Products Contemporary Application

The faculty will impart information about craft products, market scenario, research and development along with human factor study for safety, convenience, learning and skill up gradation through design research. Since the larger purpose of design is to do things in a better manner, to improve a situation and to make a positive difference the student will learn to use a design process to add value to craft products. The students will learn to improve products through new designs, leading to increased usability and new business opportunities. The course will include visits to various clusters and centers of craft for a deeper understanding of the processes.

SOCIAL AND SUSTAINABLE DESIGN EXPERIENCE

India has a varied heritage of arts and crafts practised in different regions of the country. This course will introduce the learners to such crafts, their products and processes through interactive sessions with traditional craftsperson. The learner will create a range of sustainable products adopting these traditional techniques.