BRIEF OVERVIEW ABOUT CDP.2013 AT IDC, IIT BOMBAY
CDP 2013 is a hands-on program with a special focus on photography and understanding the principles of Communication Design. This program is envisaged such that students from different cultures form teams and collectively explore and address design issues. Students from Kansas State University will participate in this program. Americans students have already registered in this program. During the workshop Indian students will engage in individual as well as group activities in and outside the classroom setting by forming teams with American students. This course is designed to foster a sense of inquiry in the minds of students, while engaging in art and design practices. The idea is to question design decisions and check for effective communication strategies. Indian Students will work in collaboration with faculty and students from America and together we will gain valuable cultural experience. This ‘learning by doing’ program will be augmented with theory in form of lectures & discussions.
Workshop at the IDC, IIT Bombay, INDIA.
Collaborate with students from Kansas State University (KSU), Manhattan, USA
Learning by doing. Classroom activities and excursions.
Invited lectures on Signage, Devnagiri typography, Photography
Plus much more!! For details visit: course contents
This 10 day bootcamp is meant for undergraduate and postgraduate students of design, applied arts, communication design, fine arts, photography, filmmaking, fashion communication and animation. Participants will be selected based on their portfolios and statement of intent/ purpose.
PROF. MANDAR RANE, IDC, IIT BOMBAY
Prof. Mandar Rane received his Bachelors in Applied Art from Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Arts in Mumbai
and he has done his Masters in Visual Communication (M.Des) from IDC, IIT Bombay. He has been teaching
typography, publication design and information design, over the last ten years. He believes in working for
projects where design can make a difference to the lives of people. You can see his academic as well as
professional work on his personal website at www.mrane.com
PROF. SHREEPAD JOGLEKAR, KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, U.S.A.
Shreepad Joglekar received his BFA from Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Arts in Mumbai, India, and his MFA from
Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. His work comprises of photography, mixed media drawing, and
experimental video projections, and has been shown in several galleries in the US, Canada, China, Germany,
and the United Kingdom. Exploring natural, cultural, and intellectual environments has been a dominant theme
in his work. His work can be viewed on his personal website: www.aabhaa.com