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Leather puppetry are craft practices found in leather craft clusters in Ramanagara in Karnataka. Differentiating itself from other kinds of puppetry, such as wood puppet, leather puppet are not widely known craft practices that are not commercial. Students Chaithra G. R., Jayashree K., Shrinidhi H. .S, and Bindu M. from JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Bengaluru’s Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Design and

Terracotta is a practice that is not widely known much in Indian craft. Realising its ancient history, design potential and capability as an artistic practice, Rudra Purna Kaleswara Rao from JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Bengaluru’s Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Design and Business Management (PGDFDBM) 2019 batch was inspired to study this as part of his craft documentation series. Identifying terracotta craft

Crafts in India inform the country’s textile and fashion industries. These indigenous practices that hold immense relevance in terms of meaning, significance and history, are unfortunately seeing a decline in their practice especially during the time of the current pandemic. As part of their Craft Documentation module, students Pooja Harish, Swarna Pratha K., Pranavi P. and Veena V. from JD Institute’s Post Graduate

Craft archive is an initiative by JD Institute of Fashion Technology students to publish information and updates about the crafts of India. Recognising how information available about various crafts are dispersed, students Preeti B. Karia, Niharika K. P., Aruna Kiran, A. Swathi, Niveditha Chowdary, Shreya Agrawal, Supriya Ruth Margaret J. from JD Institute’s Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Design and Business Management (PGDFDBM)

Fashion design students of JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Bengaluru’s Advanced Diploma in Fashion Design (ADFD) 2020 batch presented their first term project as a jury display in the institute’s Brigade campus. The work of all the nine students was a culmination of what they had learnt, explored and experimented in their first semester. The display was open to all the students and

Brand Prototypes with a Spin were presented as a display by the students of Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Communication 2020. The showcase consisted of four of their modules namely – Design Thinking, Fashion Psychology, Graphic Design and Fashion History. The design thinking process involved understanding a brand strategy, identifying the problem, followed by a solution to the user problem in context to

Craft emporiums are not given much emphasis in the study of the retail segment of craft industries. The team ‘Sell, Stock or Discard - Narratives from Craft Emporiums’ comprising Jisha Krishna, Shreya Agrawal, Manini Mishra, Aysha Siddika Asma and Aosangla Ozukum of Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Design and Business Management 2019 batch wanted to investigate how the pandemic has affected the retail

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