Recent Updates

  • An art installation of the Indian map

    "In crafting there are no mistakes...just unique creations" An art installation of the Indian map in the size of 29 x 29 feet was installed on the 12 th of October by the students of 1st year Apparel Fashion Design Department, NIFT-TEA College of Knitwear Fashion, Tirupur. The art installation was done to highlight the varied art and craft forms available in India. The main objective of this installation is to spread awareness on the recognition of the craftsmanship of the artisans. This installation consists various paintings and crafts of India, like the Mural paintings of Kerala , Tanjore paintings of Tamil Nadu ,Warli tribal art of Maharashtra and the Chikan kari work of Uttar Pradesh and many more were installed by the students on imported chart paper . This installation took place over a period of twelve days and involved fifty two students. The students, over the period of time gained great exposure to the various art forms of India. The installation was guided by Mr. Boopathi Vijay of NIFT-TEA College of Knitwear Fashion, Tirupur. Through this project the students wish to highlight the importance of arts and crafts and the recognition of the artisans behind these incredible Indian art forms. By doing so they request the Indian government to celebrate “Art and Craft “day to celebrate the hard work of the artisans of India.