By : wadeindia | 27 Oct 2017 | sessions
As part of the WADe Event happening on the 28th & 29th Oct 2017, IIA and WADe are organizing a Workshop for students from Architecture & Design.
Topic – Gender Sensitive Design Interventions for Public Spaces
The workshop will be conducted by the IIA Women Committee members. Students have to bring their own supplies.
Date: 28th Oct 17, Time: 10 AM onward
Venue: Hotel Leela Ambience (Pearl Ball room), Gurgaon
Who can attend: Any Student of Design and Architecture
Is there any cost of attending: No
Winners will get: Recognition from IIA and Display of work with name in prestigious WADe Asia event
Process: Students will have to collect the Workshop leaflet from the Registration counter and do the required design/ design intervention and submit to the Workshop Admin. Students will be required to bring their own design supplies. Limited Seats, Register immediately.
Jury: Ar.Gita Balakrishnan, Ar. Jayashree Deshpande, Ar. Shilpa Sharma with Ar.Divya Kush, National President IIA being part of the JURY.
About WADe Asia 2017, 28 – 29 October 2017:
WADe Asia Conference & Event
(Celebrating Women-led Development)
28 – 29 October 2017
Hotel Leela Ambiance Gurgaon
WADe India: a platform to Celebrate & Spread ‘Women-led development” of India by bringing women in architecture, art & interior design in a common platform to exchange ideas, recognize contribution, and discuss issues. WADe India is not about putting women in a separate box. WADe is the documentation of progression of women in design. It is about coming of the industry together to celebrate work of women in Architecture, Art, and Design.
This year, the annual event is called WADe Asia 2017. WADe is extending to touch the work & life of sisters in design from SAARC countries as well as some South East Asian countries. Student Workshops and Knowledge sharing in WADe platforms are open to all designers and students of design. However, WADe Awards are only for women in design.
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