Mumbai, the city of dreams, works seamlessly despite its umpteen flaws. As an establishment that works at the core of shaping the future composers of design, we have taken upon ourselves to set in motion conversations that intrigue, question, observe and offer solutions to the very many aspects of what keeps this city ticking.

We hereby present to you an amalgamation of workshops, panel discussions and inter-college competitions that would engage and energize the young minds.

Inter college competition

Students would be invited to apply to participate in competitions on the below topics

School Topic
Design Intervantion (UG & PG) Traffic Solutions in Mumbai
  • for easier movement of people within the city
  • to improve health and well-being of Mumbaikars

Making stations and trains in Mumbai more efficient for the daily travelers
  • to improve the travel comfort
  • to cater to all demographics in Mumbai (including less-abled population)
Fashion Forward (UG & PG) From Scrap to Red Carpet
Creating a garment from discarded clothing collected at schools and colleges
Media - Convergence (UG & PG) Create various mediums on #MyMumbaiStory

Interactive Panel Discussion with well-known industry veterans, young professionals and students:

Being a Young Designer in Mumbai (Pickled Mind series)

Interested in changing the cultural story of scarcity to one of abundance?
Want to create an impact in journalism with just your phone?
Or do you want to create something that evokes emotion?
Join us for immersive workshops in Sustainable Fashion, Mobile Journalism and Screen Printing.

Interactive Workshops

  • Unwanted Wanted (Desirable Luxury) A social initiative from Business students to create awareness amongst young generation for contemporizing unwanted unused garments to new garments in order to create bright prospects for business. Fashion students and faculties would help the school students to ideate and create innovative garments from these unwanted clothing. Styling students would further style these garments on models and do makeup for a fashion walk. Buisness students would create a pop up store for the merchandise and sell post fashion walk.
  • Mobile Journalism MoJo Mobile journalism is a method of creating multi-media or “convergence” content through field reporting, but using small, connected mobile devices, including, but not limited to, mobile telephones. The output of mobile journalism, also known as “MoJo,” can be text, audio, video and still images. MoJo involves reporting producing, editing, writing and transmitting multi-media (convergence) content without a production crew, and using a light-weight device like a smartphone or a tablet.
  • Screen Printing by Pritam Arts Pritam Arts/Studio P. A. is a 30 year old family run Silk Screen Printing Press. . At Pritam arts they love experimenting with scale, medium, colour, design & impressions. While mastering the art of screen print, they also compliment their prints with other methods of impression making like laser cuts, gold foiling, emboss, deboss etc. Pritam Arts is a small team of only three people, with expertise in the fields of print, print-production & design.
Day One - 17th Jan, 2019 Day Two - 18th Jan, 2019
Registration 9am Workshop 10:30 am to 12:30 am
Inauguration (Drum Café) 10 am Announcement of Awards 5pm
Panel Discussion — Pickled Minds 4pm to 6pm Music Festival 6pm onwards
Full Day — Day One - 17th Jan, 2019 Full Day — Day Two - 18th Jan, 2019
Jury for choosing the finalists from the competition — Design Presentations Final Round — Design Presentations
Jury for choosing the finalists from the competition — Fashion Presentations Final Round — Fashion Auction
Jury for choosing the finalists from the competition — Media Entries Final Round — Media Entries