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Srishti students win the award for "Best Newcomer" at the prestigious CMS VATAVARAN International Film Festival

Srishti students, Harsimran Anand and Siddharth Govindan receiving the award for "Best Newcomer" for the film "Pakkhe nu chhadnu nai" (My nomad soul) at the prestigious CMS VATAVARAN international wildlife & environment film festival 2015. The jury was chaired by noted filmmaker, Shri. Amol Palekar. 

In above photo, from Right to left - Sh. Amol Palekar, Sh. Ashok Lavasa, Secretary Ministry of environment & forests, Ms. P.N.Vasanti, Director, CMS VATAVARAN, Harsimran Anand, Siddharth Govindan.

Srishti students at Dubai Global Grad Show

Three students from Srishti and their projects have been selected to be part of the Globalgradshow exhibition in Dubai. The 3 projects participating from Srishti include Cropconnect by Shivam Shrivastava; Ecoal by Denise Dsouza; and Sunwater by Sushant Passi.

The students will be flying to Dubai for the week of the exhibition – 24-29 October – to present their work to local/regional/international press and a wider public audience.

Global Grad Show is a globally unique exhibition of innovation, inventions and technology that will transform our future taking place in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) each year during Dubai Design Week. Since its launch in 2015, the show has grown to become the world’s largest student gathering, involving 50 universities from 30 countries. The 2016 edition showcases 145 design solutions to the world’s most pressing problems from a global elite of design graduates.

Dubai Design Week, 24 - 29 Oct. 2016

Roger Malina: “art leads to new science”

Roger Malina in a recent interview with VIDA, discusses the collaborations between art, science and technology. Read more of the news article posted by VIDA.

Contemporary Art in Context

Contemporary art reflects a wide range of materials, media, and technologies, as well as opportunities to consider what art is and how it is defined. Artists today explore ideas, concepts, questions, and practices that examine the past, describe the present, and imagine the future. Read more at


(Image Courtesy: Pedro Reyes. Disarm (double psaltery), 2012. Recycled metal; 20 × 50 × 50 cm. Photo: Ken Adlard. © Pedro Reyes. Courtesy of the artist.)

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