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Shriram Bhartiya Kala Kendra’s (SBKK) Indian Epic of Ramayana

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art brings Shriram Bhartiya Kala Kendra’s (SBKK) Indian epic of Ramayana to the Select CITYWALK in New Delhi

New Delhi, 12 October 2018: Kiran Nadar Museum of Art is pleased to present Shriram Bhartiya Kala Kendra’s (SBKK) magnum opus based on the Indian epic of Ramayana at the Select CITYWALK in New Delhi on Friday 26 October 2018.  This event furthers the museum’s commitment to offering audiences innovative ways to engage with both traditional and contemporary South Asian art forms.
The interdisciplinary performance offers viewers unique perspectives into how the traditional language of South Asian aesthetics and iconography connects with the performing arts, and celebrates the country’s rich heritage of mythology and sacred art whilst remaining accessible to a variety of audiences.
First produced in 1957 as ‘Ramlila’ and staged every year for a month during the festival of Dussehra (September–October), the musical ballet performed in the distinctive dance-drama mould of the Kendra and is a popular event in Delhi’s annual calendar.
The Kendra is an institute of national eminence, engaged in the training and preservation of traditional Indian music and dance and the propagation of the country’s cultural heritage and values through the staging of dance dramas based on its rich mythology, history and folklore.
The evening celebrations will start at 6.00pm at the Plaza at Select CITYWALK, followed by a special felicitation ceremony where Mrs Kiran Nadar will honour Mrs Shobha Deepak Singh, the current Director of SBKK for her efforts and contribution towards the Indian dance forms.
Honouring India’s multifaceted visual and performing arts, this presentation celebrates the preservation of traditional Indian music and dance and furthers the museum’s vision of supporting and platforming Indian artists and art forms whilst also making the arts more accessible.
Mrs Kiran Nadar, Chairman, Kiran Nadar Museum of Art said, Arts education is something I am truly passionate about. We are always working at encouraging the younger generation in particular to understand the value of art and culture. Developing a strong museum culture, engaging the public and welcoming diverse audiences, young and old, to enjoy the arts and culture of their own heritage, is one of our most important objectives, and the one that will make tangible changes to our cultural landscape and community.”
Commenting on the initiative, Yogeshwar Sharma, Executive Director and CEO, Select CITYWALK, said, “We at Select CITYWALK always believe in celebrating the diverse Indian culture and festivals in the most spectacular way. To add more colors to the festivity, we are happy to present Ramayan in collaboration with Kiran Nadar Museum of Art and Shriram Bhartiya Kala Kendra’s. Presenting Ramayana in a traditional and contemporary South Asian art form to our shoppers, SBKK will showcase and promote the art and culture of our rich Indian heritage. We are sure the customers will be mesmerized at the very sight of this magnum opus coming to life at Select CITYWALK.  .”

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Surface: 01 An exhibition of emerging artists at Delhi’s new creative artspace

Preview date : 12 October 2018
Exhibition dates : 13 - 14 October 2018

ArtBuzz Studios
E-49/5, 2nd Floor, Okhla Phase 2, New Delhi, 110020

Astha Mittal | Abhinav Chowbey | Aditya Raj | Anirudh Acharya | Ankit Khurana | Anupama c.Hara | Anusha Vikram | Arjun Sara | Ashish Dhola | Devki Modi | Honey Gupta | Kanchan Sharma | Kritika Anand | Mebin Varghese | Megha Madan | Nehmat Mogia | Waleed Zafar | Prasoon Podder | Rohan Avnekar | Saloni Agarwal | Samriddhi Kukrja | Santanu Dey | Shanti Kasi | Shivangi Ladha | Siddharth Sarohi | Smriti Sangal | Tavishi Saini | Vernika Prakash | Yashika Sugandh
October 2018: ArtBuzz Studios is pleased to announce Surface: 01, an exhibition of emerging artists which will take place at ArtBuzz Studios in Okhla, New Delhi on 13 and 14 October 2018, with a preview on 12 October.

ArtBuzz Studios, founded by Anubha Gupta and Amisha Chowbey, is an open, artist-friendly venue for creative individuals and a place where artists can create in a community, meet fellow artists as they progress in their artistic journeys. It leaves room for exploration and experimentation, opening up a dialogue and extending the exhibition space to artists outside the gallery.

The exhibition will showcase 31 emerging artists from across the country, including Abhinav Chowbey, Ankit Khurana, Arjun Sara, Devki Modi, Kritika Anand, Waleed Zafar, Samriddhi Kukrja, Shivangi Ladha, Siddharth Sarohi, Smriti Sangal, Vernika Prakash and Yashika Sugandh, amongst many others.

Anubha Gupta, co-founder at ArtBuzz Studios says “We wanted to support the phenomenal amount of young talented artists in Delhi, who lack a space and platform. What started as an idea to promote artists who co-create at ArtBuzz Studios, evolved into an open platform encouraging creative exchange, and dialogue whilst also assisting young artists in developing their careers. Surface: 01 has been our most ambitious project to date.”

Amisha Chowbey, co-founder, says “We’re enjoying every bit of the madness, shortlisting and curating, meeting talented artists along the way and sharing our passion for the growth of art. The first of many more to come, we’ve always looked forward to a project that explores the potential of ArtBuzz Studios in the way it was intended to be. We really hope the young creative community in Delhi will support our exhibition and come to the preview on 12 Oct.”

Highlights of the interdisciplinary exhibition include Arjun Sara's work with the geometric form of circles in the series titled : 'Sara Substance'; Prasoon Poddar's artwork titled ‘Hey...Rama’ which weaves in the concept of soiled currency notes that were collected over a period of 2 years, and Devki Modi Jain's video art 'somewhere. everywhere. nowhere' that explores the idea of a pichvai (screen).

This is a unique opportunity for young artists to showcase their work to the Delhi art world, grow and develop their careers. ArtBuzz Studios will offer advice and guidance to short-listed applicants on how they can promote their work, introducing them to collectors and covering exhibition installation costs. ArtBuzz Studios will not take commissions from art sales - the full proceeds from artworks sold will be given to the artist.


About ArtBuzz Studios
ArtBuzz Studios aims to provide a free and open platform for local arts and artists in Delhi, with the intention of fostering, sustaining, and supporting emerging artists whilst also energising Delhi’s thriving creative community (especially the younger demographic) with unique workshops and events.

The studios are non-residential and for working artists. Facilities include, an open plan communal studio space (which can accommodate fifteen artists), ten private studios, traditional printmaking facilities and an open-air terrace. The space can be converted to host exhibitions, talk, workshops and other events.

Founders aim to create a supportive, vibrant and eclectic artistic community where creativity can be nurtured, they want to address the lack of support networks and facilities for younger artists and create an inclusive space that inspires constructive critique and creative collaboration.

The core objective of ArtBuzz Studios is to create platforms and events that support young creative practitioners in the city with a goal of making art inclusive and accessible to all, with a particular focus on artists who have recently completed their arts education, and who have with limited prior exposure to the art world. Our space is a catalyst for dialogue between artists, curators, community organisations, galleries, museums, and others in the cultural sector encouraging open creative collaboration and interdisciplinary exploration.

About Amisha Chowbey
Amisha graduated from LSR, Delhi in 2008 where she studied English Literature. A writer by profession, her contributions to valued publications include the likes of Hindustan Times, The New Indian Express, Tehelka, The Financial Express and Indian Contemporary Art Journal.
She took her passion to alter the outlook of art in the youth and reach maximum followers to newer heights with ArtBuzz. When not chasing deadlines, she loves to read, travel and play the piano.

About Anubha Gupta
Anubha is a Postgraduate in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London and a graduate in English Literature from Jesus and Mary College. She is passionate about the arts and in her career explored professional opportunities with private art galleries, government aided NGO and an art fair. As a young collector, she has strived to build a value creating online portals like but now aims to fulfil her long standing vision of building a brick and mortar platform which can help empower younger artists. ArtBuzz and ArtBuzz studios are just a step in the same direction.


B.Arch JEE Paper 2 Computerised Test Series And Preparation

Computerised Test Series For JEE Paper II 2019 And NATA 2019 At Our Studio

Please contact with your Name, School Name, Address, Phone(optional) and Email Id for booking your test slot and getting more information about study options and fees etc. 

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B.Arch Syllabus for JEE Mains Paper II
Mathematics: Sets, Relations and Functions ,Complex Numbers, Quadratic Equations, Matrices and Determinants, Mathematical Induction, Sequences and Series , Permutations and Combinations, Limits, Continuity and Differentiability,,Applications of Binomial Theorem, Integral Calculus, Differential Equation, Vector Algebra, Trigonometry, Co-ordinate Geometry, Three Dimensional Geometry, Probability, Statistics, and Mathematical Reasoning.

Aptitude test: Awareness of places, persons, buildings and materials, Texture and objects related to Architecture and building environment, Visualising 3D objects from 2D drawings, Visualising different sides of 3D objects, Mental Ability (Visual, Numerical and Verbal), Analytical Reasoning, Three dimensional – perception and appreciation of scale and proportion of objects, colour texture, building forms and elements, contrast and harmony.

Drawing test: Drawing and designing of geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in pencil, Transformation of forms both 2 D and 3 D union, Elevations and 3 D views of objects Rotation, Development of surfaces and volumes, Generation of Plan, Creating 2D and 3D compositions using given shapes and forms, Sketching of activities from memory of urban scenes (public space, festivals, market, street scenes, recreational spaces monuments, etc.), landscape (gardens, trees, river fronts, jungles, plants etc.) and rural life.



The Economics Of Design

The Economics Of Design

By CEED & UCEED Coaching Classes in Delhi @ Institute of Creative Sciences

According to Wikipedia, Design is the creation of a plan or convention for the construction of an object, system or measurable human interaction (as in architectural blueprints, engineering drawings, business processes, circuit diagrams, and sewing patterns).Design has different connotations in different fields .In some cases, the direct construction of an object (as in pottery, engineering, management, coding, and graphic design) is also considered to use design thinking.

All types of DESIGN ACTIVITIES  are a professional business activities practiced within business contexts and if designers cannot argue the economic relevance of their practice in convincing terms, the value of their Designs will not be recognized by the society !

The work of Herbert Simon, Nobel Laureate in Economics in 1978, is a rare exception of design being considered as a factor in economic theory. His starting point was acknowledging that the world we inhabit is increasingly artificial, created by human beings. For Simon (1981), design was not restricted to making material artefacts, but was a fundamental professional competence extending to policy-making and practices of many kinds and on many levels:

Everyone designs who devises courses of action aimed at changing existing situations into preferred ones. The intellectual activity that produces material artifacts is no different fundamentally from the one that prescribes remedies for a sick patient or the one that devises a new sales plan for a company or a social welfare policy for a state. Design, so construed, is the core of all professional training; it is the principal mark that distinguishes the professions from the sciences. (Herbert Simon)

At CEED & UCEED Coaching Classes In Delhi, we prepare the student to use ‘Design Thinking’ as a tool to become more creative and handle all aspects of the Entrance examinations  in a logical manner.

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Fashion Communication

Communication is the act of transferring information from one place to another.

Although this is a simple definition, when we think about how we may communicate about a subject, the subject becomes a lot more complex. There are various categories of communication and more than one may occur at any time.

The different categories of communication include:

Spoken or Verbal Communication: face-to-face, telephone, radio or television and other media.
Non-Verbal Communication: body language, gestures, how we dress or act - even our scent.
Written Communication: letters, e-mails, books, magazines, the Internet or via other media.
Visualizations: graphs and charts, maps, logos and other visualizations can communicate messages.

Fashion Communication

Fashion communication is a kind of 'Visual communication in Fashion' where the conveyance of ideas and information in forms are conveyed by various methods . It is a broad spectrum which includes signs, typography, drawing, graphic design, illustration, industrial design, advertising, animation, color, and electronic resources.

Now, to communicate about 'Fashion' , you will need to learn the basics of Fashion Design first.

Hence, any 'Fashion Communication' course will teach you the basics of 'Fashion Design' in the first year along-with other subjects. You will continue to learn about Fashion Design through the second and third years too. However, in the second and third years the focus will be more on the methods of communications and market strategies. 

Without the basic knowledge of 'Fashion Design' is it not possible to 'Communicate' about Fashion. The student is hence expected to learn the basic nuances of Fashion Design well in the First year of their 'Fashion Communication' studies.

A typical 'Fashion Communication' syllabus will have the following details: ( Course content and sequence may vary from college to college to some extent )

Semester 1
Introduction to the Global Fashion & Textile Industry
Communication Concepts & Processes - I
Fashion Art Illustration - I
Fashion Model Drawing - I
Fashion Appreciation
Introduction to Pattern Making
Introduction to Garment Manufacturing Techniques - I

Semester 2
Communication Concepts & Processes - II
Fashion Art Illustration - II
Fashion Model Drawing - II
Textile Appreciation
Introduction to Garment Manufacturing Techniques - II

Semester 3
Fashion Marketing & Merchandising - I
Fashion Promotion - I
Fashion Journalism - I
Visual Merchandising & presentation - I
Fashion Photography - I
Fashion Forecasting - I
Communication Skills - I

Semester 4
Fashion Marketing & Merchandising - II
Fashion Promotion - II
Fashion Journalism - II
Visual Merchandising & presentation - II
Fashion Photography - II
Fashion Communication Strategy - II
Fashion Forecasting - II
Communication Skills - II

Semester 5

Fashion Marketing & Merchandising - III
Fashion Promotion - III
Fashion Journalism - III
Visual Merchandising - III
Fashion Photography - III
Fashion Communication Strategy
Portfolio Development & Presentation
Fashion styling
Communication skills - III

Semester 6
Fashion Marketing & Merchandising - IV
Fashion Event Management
Exhibition & Display Design
Graphic Design for Fashion - I
Creative advertising & media Planning - I
Fashion Journalism - IV
Communication Skills - IV

Semester 7
Fashion Material Studies - I
Fashion Marketing & Merchandising - V
Graphic Design for Fashion - II
Creative advertising & media Planning - II
Fashion Journalism - V
Communication Skills - V

Semester 8
Fashion Material Studies - II
Fashion Marketing & Merchandising - VI
Visual merchandising & presentation - IV
Fashion Promotion - III
Communication Skills - VI

This write-up is just to give an overview of what you will be taught in a Fashion Communication Course so that you may take a decision as to opt or not to opt for a course in Fashion Communication.

Best of Luck For Your Career 

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