National Craft Museum Visit
Ministry of textile government of India
Pragati Maidan, NEW DELHI
Date-: 27th Sept,2022
National Craft Museum
Students of School of Architecture and Design, Noida International University visited National craft museum at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on 27th Sep 2022.
The National Handicrafts and Handlooms Museum, popularly known as the National Crafts Museum & Hastkala Academy, celebrates the rich, diverse, and practicing craft traditions of India, the museum was designed by the renowned architect Charles Correa. The rare and finest specimens of traditional Indian handicrafts and handlooms are preserved with the objective that these would serve as source material for the revival, reproduction and development of Indian crafts. These source materials are meant for the master craftsmen, art-historians and craft designers along with the people who are interested to know our age-old cultural heritage.
OBJECTIVES OF Visit:
- To aware students about different craft in India.
- To give them exposer about the spaces use to display different craft like artifacts, textile, sculptors,
painting and many more.
- Show them the use of natural and artificial light use in interior spaces.
- To explain them traditional and vernacular style of construction in India from every region.
- Explain them material culture and how its evolve with the time.
- To give knowledge about natural colour and dye also the process of making art craft accessories
use in interior.
OUTCOME / BENEFITS
Students explore various art form from all over India. They got knowledge about different culture and tradition from India and art work belongs to them the also explore the spaces and understood the space layout wall treatment and use of light in spaces. Very closely explore the carving work in stone wood used in door and windows from Gujrat, Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh.
Students also attended lecture by Mr. Rajendra (Craft director in the Museum) also got opportunity to watch documentary on Product life by designer Shitharth Das (Alumni od N.I.D). they closely understood the material and the style used in vernacular architecture of every state of India.
|1.||Ar. Anju Ahirwal||Associate Professor|
|2||Aman Bairwa||B.Arch||Student 4th year|
|3||Neeraj Sharma||B.Arch||Student 4th year|
|4||Arin Panghal||B.Arch||Student 4th year|
|5.||Anmol||B.Arch||Student 4th year|
|6||Sushasnt Chaudhary||B.ID||Student 3 rd year|
|7||Anusha Syed||B.ID||Student 3rd year|
|8||Disha Agarwal||B.ID||Student 3rd year|
|9||Sakshi Deori||B.ID||Student 3rd year|
|10||Sanchika||B.ID||Student 3rd year|
|11||Aman||B.Arch||Student 3rd year|
|12||Mike Dcoza||B.Arch||Student 3rd year|
|13||Pradeep Sharma||B.Arch||Student 3rd year|
|14||Pranav||B.Arch||Student 3rd year|
|15||Vikas Kumar Mahato||B.ID||Student 2nd Year|
|16||Girik Bordoloi||B.ID||Student 2nd Year|
|17||Mohd. Kashif||B.ID||Student 2nd Year|
|18||Mahi Aggarwal||B.ID||Student 2nd Year|
|19||Deepika Agnihotri||B.ID||Student 2nd Year|
|20||Arzu Khanam||B.ID||Student 2nd Year|
|21||Md. Ali||B.ID||Student 2nd Year|
|22||Nupoor||B.ID||Student 2nd Year|
|23||PARAS TAYAL||B.ID||Student 1nd Year|
|24||SWAPNIL AGRAWAL||B.ID||Student 1nd Year|
|25||DANISH||B.ID||Student 1nd Year|
|26||VIVEK KUMAR TOMAR||B.ID||Student 1nd Year|
|27||RAHIL ALI||B.ID||Student 1nd Year|