AN INITIATIVE OF CRAFT REVIVAL TRUST.  Since 1999
Kala Raksha Vidyalaya

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Kala Raksha Vidyalaya: An Institute of Design for Traditional Artisans

Frater, Judy

Executive Summary Background
  • Income Generation
  • Deeper Issues
  • Concept of the Design School for Artisans
  • Rationale and Structure
  • Building Market Knowledge and Market Linkages
  • Funding
  • Design Instruction and Institutional Links
PROGRESS TO DATE
  • Construction of Facilities
  • CAD Center
  • Equipment and Tools
  • Kala Raksha Museum
  • Conservation of Objects
  • Mobilization
PLAN FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF PILOT COURSES PHASE I - CAPACITY BUILDING
  • Objectives
  • Expected Results
  • Project Management and Expertise
  • Marketing Experts
  • Faculty Trainees
  • Mentors
ACTIVITIES AND TIME LINE
  • Business Plan and Marketing Strategy
  • Establishing Data Bases
  • Developing Market Orientation and Teacher Training
ACTIVITIES OF PHASE I PHASE II- THE PILOT COURSES
  • Instruction
  • Participants
  • Expected Outcomes
  • Course Content
  • Convocation/ Jury/ Exhibition
  • Future Plans
PILOT COURSE ACTIVITIES AND TIME LINE ANNEXURES ◊ Kala Raksha Vidyalaya Trustees and Advisors

PRACTITIONERS: INDIA

Access 70,000+ practitioners in 2500+ crafts across India.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

10,000+ listings on arts, crafts, design, heritage, culture etc.

GLOSSARY

Rich and often unfamiliar vocabulary of crafts and textiles.

SHOP at India InCH

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