How to Preserve and Innovate the Textiles of India.
Enduring teaching methods of NID , Maya Sara Mathew have handled 2 weeks module on Introductory sessions of Costumes and Textiles of India and the World. Geared towards encouraging the appreciation of Traditional Textiles of India , the Textile and Apparel Design have welcomed Maya Sara Mathew , freelance Textile Designer. Interactive and workshop lead lengthy sessions have paved way to understand the importance and structure of each textiles , its visibility and new opportunities to young design aspirants seeking to find relevance in today’s tough –to –navigate world.
Sessions Covering – Indian Traditional Textiles across India, weaves / patterns / color / texture
Variations of drapes
The qualitative hands-on-entangling threads in rising creativity and field visits developed an inner confidence and approach towards designing . Visit to the textile bay of authentic display of real life traders and textiles from the home comings of art history had uncovered more about the uniqueness of patterns and craftsmanship.
It was wonderful to have such enthusiastic and energy driven resourceful Faculty at the institute to enrich and by compass the Textile bible under one roof to learn from.