Typoday Workshops 26th October 2023
Typoday workshops are based on this year’s theme of ‘Explorations in Typography ’ and are designed to offer exposure on various aspects of typography. This will provide a platform for students from varied backgrounds to interact with experts in typography.
The participation in these workshops are only for registered participants and are primarily meant for students.
The registration for the workshops will be open from 9th of October 2023 onwards.
Day 1: 26th October 2023, Parallel Workshop Sessions
Workshop to be conducted by the following experts:
1. Prof. G. V. Sreekumar.......More
Typograher, Faculty, IDC School of Design, IIT Bombay
Title: Story telling and Narrative through Typography
2. Hiral Bhagat .......More
Gujarati Calligrapher, India
Title: Sacred Strokes of Calligraphy
3. Kailash Malviya.......More
Type Designer, Ek Type, Mumbai, India
Title: Letters in harmony: The first steps to type design
4. Narayana Bhattathiri.......More
Calligrapher, Kerala, India
Title: workshop on Malayalam Calligraphy
5. Prof. Santosh Kshirsagar.......More
Typographer, Dean, Sir J J School of Applied Arts, Mumbai
Title: How to think beyond basic Calligraphy skil
6. Muthu Nedumaran.......More
Typographer, Founder of Murasu System Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
Title: 'Designing letters for script harmony'
7. Prof. Ravi Poovaiah and Dr. Ajanta Sen.......More
Faculty, IDC IIT Bombay, Mumbai and Director, Jellow Labs, Mumbai
Title: Typo-Graphica – Graphicalisation and Visualisation of Typography
8. Prof. Kumkum Nadig and Prof. Chaitanya Gokhale.......More
Dean and Faculty, Srishti Manipal Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Bangalore, India
Title: Expressive Typography to visualize Kabir’s Dohas
9. Noopur Datye.......More
Type Designer and Co-founder, Ek Type, Mumbai, India
Title: Drawing Parallels Across Scripts
10. Achyut R. Palav.......More
Title: The Magic of Fusion - A Calligraphy Workshop
11. Ashok Gopal Parab.......More
Advertising Professional and Visual Communication Designer, India
Title: 'Demystifying Brahmi – Going to the Roots of Indian Scripts'