Campaign India Team
Aug 29, 2008

Goa to host Designyatra 2008 again

The Kyoorius Designyatra 2008, organised by Kyoorius Exchange and initiated by Transasia Fine Papers is set to take place between September 13 to 15 this year in Goa.   The theme of the event this year is 'Convergence' and will be held at the Kala Academy Campal, Panjim.Kyoorius Designyatra is an initiative to provide a communications platform for the design and creative fraternity in India. It has been conceptualised as a platform "where creatives meet to exchange ideas, share knowledge and exciting new innovations together."

Goa to host Designyatra 2008 again

The Kyoorius Designyatra 2008, organised by Kyoorius Exchange and initiated by Transasia Fine Papers is set to take place between September 13 to 15 this year in Goa.  
The theme of the event this year is 'Convergence' and will be held at the Kala Academy Campal, Panjim.
Kyoorius Designyatra is an initiative to provide a communications platform for the design and creative fraternity in India. It has been conceptualised as a platform "where creatives meet to exchange ideas, share knowledge and exciting new innovations together."
The event will feature top designers and creative heads from various creative fields. The organisers say the conference's content seeks to celebrate design excellence, provide insights into the future of design while simultaneously reinforcing the sense of community among India's creatives.
The conference will feature a design conference, workshops and panel discussions into specific areas of interest in design.
 
 

Source:
Campaign India

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