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Wanna Work With AIB, OML & Others? Design Fabric's Student Programme Is Where You Should Apply

Jayati posted on 15th September

Ten-Second Takeaway

Design Fabric {DF} has launched their Low-Res student programme 2017 wherein 12 students from around India can work on briefs, and collaborations with Design Fabric’s partners, and other professionals in the industry.

How Does It Work?

Design Fabric’s Low-Res programme is basically aimed at students who are currently enrolled in colleges, and universities and are based in India. The programme aims to open up the “industries of art and design” to students wherein 12 handpicked students across the four streams of illustration, graphic design, photography and motion arts and animation will work on briefs, and collaborations of DF’s projects.

The student programme is a 12-month programme, and a monthly stipend will be paid to the students. Through this programme – students will gain access to DF’s events {excluding their workshops}, work with its partner companies like Homegrown, Only Much Louder {OML}, Taxi Fabric, Asian Paints Colour Next, AIB: All India Bakchod, and many more.

What Can You Do?

If you match the criteria, then all you need to do is apply online, along with your portfolio. The deadline is September 22, 2017.

In this programme, you will be mentored by industry’s top professionals’, gain an insight into the workings of time-bound projects, and most of all – network, and also meet fellow students at Design Fabric Low-Res picnic.

The portfolio will be judged by a panel of professionals from the industry; Mohor Ray {Codesign}, Priyesh Trivedi {Adarsh Balak}, Ashish Shah {Image Maker}, and Avinash Kumar {Antariksha Sanchar}.

Anything Else?

It’s a great opportunity for students who want to pursue visual and creative art field, as they will get hands-on experience with industry’s leading brand, Design Fabric.

You can find more information here.

To apply, go here.

The deadline is September 22, 2017.

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