Handmade crafts imparting knowledge

BANGALORE: Window display and exhibition competition named ‘Feast Fearie’ was organised by Department of Apparel Design and Fabrication Technology, Acharya Polytechnic, on their premises at So

Published: 31st March 2012 12:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 09:51 PM   |  A+A-

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Students explaining the importance of eco-friendly products at the exhibition | express photo

BANGALORE: Window display and exhibition competition named ‘Feast Fearie’ was organised by Department of Apparel Design and Fabrication Technology, Acharya Polytechnic, on their premises at Soldevanahalli recently. The six themes for the exhibition which were Christmas, Diwali, Valentine’s Day, Holi, New Year and Navratri. The products displayed in the exhibition were handmade by the diploma students.

Purses, bangles, necklaces, ear rings, dolls, cakes, candles, dresses, bracelets and lockets, were displayed.

The exhibition also included statue of god and goddesses, laughing Buddha, statue of animals like elephants, lion, tiger, zebra, kids kitchen utensils, showpieces, hair clips, flower bouquet, chocolates, designed cups and glasses, designed pots, handmade candles and bracelets.

Abhishek, a student from Daffodils English School said, “The exhibition is creative and innovative. The exhibition helps us gain knowledge besides what is taught in class.”

The some stalls in the exhibition narrated the story of Christ’s birth in Bethlehem. Children from over 25 schools enthusiastically participated in the event.  

Suraj, diploma student of Acharya polytechnic said, “We have put in lots of effort for this exhibition to impart as much information as possible.”

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