The Indian Institute of Art and Design, in collaboration with Kingston School of Art and Kingston University, London have come up with a revolutionary way to showcase their graduating class’ final year projects. It aims at providing a platform for its students to showcase their skill to some of the World’s top industry patrons, while adhering to the new world order of social distancing.
In collaboration with Create Britain – an international platform to bring together and promote design and creativity – all portfolios for the outgoing Batch of 2020 are being showcased online. Students across all disciplines were asked to upload their work emphasising on their research, design process, skillset, industry exposure and accomplishments/awards/publications. Through this platform, they’re also encouraging prospective skillset seekers to have access to a wide range of creative candidates who are showcasing their best skills on a streamlined platform.
Dr Jitin Chadha, Director IIAD, applauds the efforts of the students and congratulates them on their accomplishment. “For design students, graduation is the culmination of years of hard work and skill building. We are extremely proud of their hard work and perseverance and look forward to seeing them flourish in the industry”.
The Indian Institute of Art and Design is a contemporary design school situated in New Delhi. IIAD along with their collaborative partner, Kingston University, have always aimed at building bridges between Creative Talent and the Industry and promoting skill-based careers and a smooth recognition of talent on the cloud; a great model for the world we now live in.