We conducted one day workshop for 50 students at the Zydus School in Ahmedabad. Our aim with these workshops is to sensitise the young individuals towards new materials and help them explore new ideas. Such workshops have been a great learning experience us as well.

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We conducted one day workshop for visually impaired individuals in July 2015. From our experience of having worked with visually impaired individuals at HAPACOOP, Navsari we were able to design the exercises given to them in a more sensitive way.

We conducted a papermaking workshop for students at the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad. We explored various techniques and raw materials during the course of this workshop. The workshop culminated in an exhibition on NID campus.


We conducted one day workshop for architecture students of Manipal University. It was conducted at Mill owner’s building (ATMA), Ahmedabad. Students enjoyed working hands-on and exploring a new medium while being in the most inspiring space and work of architecture. Special thanks to Indigo Interactive who beautifully managed the Ahmedabad tour for students and accommodated a productive workshop session in the schedule. Introducing new mediums and materials in construction as well as designing tools is the core of such workshops. Thanks to Hirak Desai we could also include a brief insightful session on GRC (Glass reinforced concrete). Such workshops are part of our mandate to share and spread our know-how in clay and handmade paper. Looking forward to
further associations and conducting many such events in the future. We would like to express our gratitude to Mr.Abhinav Shukla, Secretary of the Millowners Association, for allowing us to use the premises.