Srishti School of Art Design and Technology

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Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology
Established 1996
Type Private
Academic staff 30
Students 208[citation needed]
Undergraduates 200[citation needed]
Postgraduates 8[citation needed]
Location Bangalore, Karnataka, India
13°6′6.1″N 77°35′0.9″E / 13.101694°N 77.583583°E / 13.101694; 77.583583Coordinates: 13°6′6.1″N 77°35′0.9″E / 13.101694°N 77.583583°E / 13.101694; 77.583583
Campus Suburban
Website srishti.ac.in
Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology

Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology is an experimental and teaching-focused school of art and design in Bengaluru (Bangalore), India. Srishti was founded in 1996 by the not-for-profit Ujwal Trust. Srishti provides its students a self-initiated, self-directed and self-assessed learning environment, with curricula integrating multiple disciplines with an arts foundation.

Srishti offers undergraduate and graduate programs. It has specializations in Textile Design, Product and Interface Design, Visual Communication Design, Independent and Broadcast Media (Film and Video) and Furniture and Interior Design. It offers graduate diploma programs in Animation and Gaming, Art and Design for Education and Experimental Media Arts.

Srishti houses the:

  • Centre for Education Research, Training and Development (CERTAD)
  • Centre for Experimental Media Arts (CEMA)
  • The Kabir Project
  • Srishti Labs
  • Centre for Public History (CPH)
  • Toy Lab
  • Grass Root Innovation Studio (GRIS)
  • LED Laboratory
  • Centre for Process-Oriented Psychology (CPOP)

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