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Design Festival in Ahmadabad on 23rd – 25th November, 2018

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INDIA DESIGN CONFLUENCE, a three day design festival that aspires to promote a shared understanding of the practices in design, exchange of knowledge and future trends within the booming design industry. This year, IDC will be held at the Unitedworld Institute of Design in Ahmadabad, and seeks positioning of Gujarat as the creative capital of India. Ahmadabad for this reason is also known as the Manchester of India. Smriti Irani, union Minister of Textiles will be the chief guest. The event is being organized by Craftroots at Unitedworld Institute of Design.

The itinerary at IDC 2018 will include lectures and master sessions from creative powerhouses in the design industry, hands-on workshops that focus on knowledge generation and idea development, paper presentations that involve visual props and illustrations, and panel discussions to trigger a constructive exchange of views.

The sessions will cover myriad sectors in design, mainly: •   Animation •   Visual Communication •   Interior Design •   Architecture •   Automobile Design •   Product Design •   Jewellery Design •   Lifestyle and Accessory Design •   Photography •   Fine Arts

The event will proudly bring together national and international experts, academicians, artisans and craftspeople in the design industry to share their own journey, creative process, case studies, perspective and style of working — giving students access to fresh inspiration and diverse opinions from the stalwarts of design as mentioned above. The event is expected to be attended by more than 6000 students.

For detailed itinerary, registration and ticket information, visit www.indiadesignconfluence.com

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