Hyderabad Design Week begins with exhibition on sherwani
| Thursday | 10th October, 2019
A+ A-Hyderabad: With an exhibition on ethnic wear “Sherwani” to a workshop on kite making and flying and another event called tie and dye, the Hyderabad Design Week (HDW) began here on Wednesday.
The five-day event, organised by the Government of Telangana, in partnership with India Design Forum (IDF), is aimed at demonstrating the power of design to improve lives.
With over 150 international participants, including members of the World Design Organisation (WDO), HDW will showcase Indian design on a global platform.
Sherwani at a display in Hyderabad Design Week.
Other programmes held on the first day of HDW included an Art of Weaving and Fibre workshop, Autodesk Design night, Rube Goldenberg machine workshop, design for cultural context, design for impact, public participation in urban design, and U-turn artists workshop.
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