White pencil foundation is the starting block for those who want to race ahead to become tomorrow’s stars of the fashion, interior and jewellery designing industries.
Fashion, Interior And Jewellery Designing In Bangalore
Students-centered learning is at the heart of its practice, Acknowledging the strengths of the individual, it adopts a personalized and flexible approach to learning. The curriculum combines online learning facilities with a high proportion of face-to-face mix.
An intensive curriculum helps students understand how the creative industries work. They also form an informed idea of which areas of the industry they prefer. This robust combination of technical experience and practical knowledge makes them ‘job ready’. They can now embark upon careers with a contemporary view, and an innate understanding of the industry, thereby dramatically improving their chances in their chances in the real world.
Trendsetting and Entrepreneurship
Fashion designing offers the opportunity to be a trendsetter and an entrepreneur. As an example, the Council of Fashion Designers of America’s website features a monthly spotlight highlighting designers. The October 2013 spotlight was Eugenia Kim, who went from designing hats for “bad hair days” to winning the CFDA Award for Accessories Design for avant-garde headwear that graces the cover of Vogue, ELLE and other fashion magazines. In addition, Entrepreneur magazine published a list of the new faces of fashion entrepreneurship. These individuals were successful in creating niche markets, some of which resulted in annual revenue ranging from $20 million to $100 million.
What are you still waiting for..??
Join now for white pencil school of Art & Design..!!
for more details
Gems & Jewellery
Gems And Jewellery Designing In Bangalore
Jewellery Industry in India
• $45 Billion Industry
• Largest Processor of gems in World
• Provides Self-Employment for 20 Lakh People
• Export's 95% of World's Diamond
India is the largest consumer of gold in the world, and this has opened up a world of opportunities in jewellery & accessory designing for the youth. Even as employment opportunities are improving by the day, there is very little awareness about the courses offered.
At White Pencil, students are trained in the art and craft if both traditional and modern fashion jewellery. They are hand held through the various processes – right from the creative inspiration stage. This programme imparts an in-depth understanding of the myriad steps involved in jewellery design – raw material assessment, design patterns, gems testing analysis, grading, manufacturing techniques, latest technology, ergonomics, and other design and market related parameters.
The course allows students to work with academic and professional mentors as they go about the process of discovery and exploration that results in the development of the individual skills. The course also helps students master the fundamentals of CAD; re-imagining the ancient tradition of jewellery design for the modern age.
Interior Design Course In Bangalore
Interior Design Industry in India
• India is all set to match China to produce 5 Lakh Interior Designer every year.
• $40 Billion Industry
• Supported by Brooming real Estate Market
• 1.4 million Job Opportunities by 2016
The interior designer plays a fundamental role in influencing habitation and social culture. Therefore, an interior design student is challenged to analyze human behaviour, comfort, and the direct relationship of human perception to the built interior. The focus is on learning by doing, with a strong hands-on approach. Students gain a thorough understanding of form, structure, context and material.
Students on the course will develop research and technical skills, plus the ability to present their work in a portfolio. The course allows students to work with academic and professional mentors as they set about the process of discovery and exploration that will results in the development of the individual skills interests that will prepare them for the future.
This course has rich course content, slide shows and interactive quizzes. Topics covered includes: principles of design; colour theory, materials study, sample boards; estimating materials quantities; plans and elevations; decorative paint finishes; planning rooms; soft furnishings – textiles, upholstery, carpets; internal fittings; making the most of your time when you visit exhibition; professional practice; and much more besides.
Fashion Designing & Merchandising
Fashion Designing And Merchandising In Bangalore
Fashion Industry in India
• 4 lakh Crore Industry
• 2nd largest Employer after Agriculture
• 1 in 4 Self-Employed
• 2 million Job Opportunities by 2016
This fashion designing course imparts comprehensive knowledge about the fashion industry. The program equips students with a holistic skill-set: from sketching, draping, pattern making, and sewing: to training in production. Solid historical grounding enables students to develop a clear view of how the past has shaped the present, and how the present will shape the future. Apart from the study modules, students will develop research and technical skills, and very importantly, the ability to present their work in a portfolio.
To keep pace with the ever-changing world of fashion, the course tracks evolving trends, norms and inventions of the course tracks evolving trends, norms and invention of the international fashion industry and syncs the curriculum to it. This activity is fortified with practical industry oriented training. The institution boasts of a perfect amalgam of academic and industry. The course allows students to work with academic and professional mentors as they set about the process of discovery and exploration that will results in the development of the individual skills and interests.
White pencil equips students for success – be it haute couture, ready-to-wear, or the mass market.
Sewing Machine Course | Pattern Making Course | Sewing Machine Mechanic Course| Garment Merchandising Course
Sewing Machine Operation, Pattern Making Course And Garment Merchandising Course In Bangalore
India is the world's second largest producer of textiles and garments and accounts for 63 per cent of the market share of textiles and garments. The textile and apparel industry can be broadly divided into two segments yarn & fibre and processed fabrics & apparel. India has the highest loom capacity (including hand looms) with 63 per cent of the world's market share. In addition, India accounts for about 14 per cent of the world's production of textile fibres and yarns (largest producer of jute, second largest producer of silk and cotton; and third largest in cellulosic fibre).
The domestic textile and apparel industry in India is estimated to reach US$ 100 billion by 2017 and US$ 141 billion by 2021 from US$ 67 billion in 2014. The market is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.6 per cent over 2014–23 to US$ 226 billion as per estimates.Exports have been a core feature of India's textile and apparel sector and its export is expected to increase to US$ 82 billion by 2021 from US$ 40 billion in 2014. Demand for apparel is likely to rise to US$ 122 billion by 2017 from US$ 65 billion in FY11..
Sewing Machine Operation
Sewing machine operators work within the Apparel and textile industries, and may also work in manufacturing in accordance with their skill level. Those looking to become employed in this industry do not need any higher education, although experience is preferred.A beginning operator may work on a section of clothing using a single needle machine, while a more experienced operator may work on a particularly difficult section of clothing using a double needle machine. Operators familiar with making clothes may become employed wherever help is needed within the industry.