“The Void” presents – Wood Working Workshop

The Cindrebay Team!

“There is no such thing as bad ideas. Just poorly executed awesome ideas.” A famous line from a well known series, this statement rings true for all of us. More often than not, that we all come up with excellent notions and concepts, dreams to do something different, a purpose we feel, will serve everyone. However, as amazing as the

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THE VOID – Bridging the Gap, One Conclave at a Time!!

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“Power is gained by sharing knowledge, not hoarding it.” When was the last time you listened without interrupting? Spoke without being judged? Heard not to reply but to truly register information? Shared anything without expecting validation? Honestly expressed something without any ulterior motives? Put forth your ideas without the fear of it being nitpicked by your own friends or relatives?

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Using Technology as a Learning Tool – 3D Printing Week

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The atmosphere at Cindrebay School of Fashion and Interior Design, came alive last week when they got “Julia” in the campus. No, ‘Julia’ isn’t a new student, it’s the name of the 3D printer they arranged for a design and printing workshop. For an entire week starting from 14th August to 20th August, THE VOID, an initiative by Cindrebay, came

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The Void IV: 3D PRINTING WORKSHOP

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What if? Two words, 6 letters which have haunted human minds since centuries. Scientists and innovators have dedicated their lives in the pursuit of What If? Moms and dads every day in all parts of the world succumb to this word. These 2 words in themselves carry limitless possibilities. What if, humans could fly? What if, we could talk to

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Cindrebay students capture the various moods of Calicut

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Alfred Stieglitz, the American photojournalist internationally recognized as the pioneer of modern photography had this to say about the art of taking pictures, “In photography, there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” As young, up and coming Architecture and Design students, it becomes imperative to grasp that subtle reality hidden in everyday objects. Seeing

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