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Aastha and Sakshi two design students from NIFT Gandhinagar are interning with us. They are researching various arts and crafts which connect India and the Netherlands. They interview artisans who still practice these century old making traditions, showing their resilience during the corona pandemic.
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Aastha and Sakshi two design students from NIFT Gandhinagar are interning with us. They are researching various arts and crafts which connect India and the Netherlands. They interview artisans who still practice these century old making traditions, showing their resilience during the corona pandemic.
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Aastha and Sakshi two design students from NIFT Gandhinagar are interning with us. They are researching various arts and crafts which connect India and the Netherlands. They interview artisans who still practice these century old making traditions, showing their resilience during the corona pandemic.
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Aastha and Sakshi two design students from NIFT Gandhinagar are interning with us. They are researching various arts and crafts which connect India and the Netherlands. They interview artisans who still practice these century old making traditions, showing their resilience during the corona pandemic.
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Textiel Factorij goes to the Fashion and Textiel Museum London. Four contemporary artworks have been selected and will be shown at the exhibition: Chintz: Cotton in Bloom
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Textiel Factorij has an unique working method. All involved have the time and attention to experiment, play, fail, learn and create
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Textiel Factorij is bringing the exhibitions back to India. This time the artworks and designs are shown from Indian artistic and historical perspectives.
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The Dutch king and queen are on a statevisit to India and are exploring new collaborations in Kochi. The area was known as Dutch Malabar in the 17th and 18th century where various traces of the VOC can be found.
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Tracing the VOC is a 50-minute documentary by Jenne Sipman.
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