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Meghana Singh

Area of Practice

Textile Design


B.A. (Hons.) English Literature, Delhi University, New Delhi

Bachelor of Special Education (MR), Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi

P.G. Diploma in Crafts Design Major (Soft Materials), Indian Institute of Crafts & Design, Jaipur

Work Experience

  • Taught at the Bachelors and Masters levels at Indian Institute of Crafts and Design (IICD), Jaipur; Pearl Academy, Jaipur; Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI), Noida
  • Additionally, handled inter-department curriculum planning, short-term curriculum plans for exchange students, counselling support to students on both the academic and non-academic side

Interest Areas

traditional craft sector; traditional sustainable practices; cultures of mending, re-using and upcycling as a way of life

Current Practice at Srishti

Body and Context, Craft Communities & Practices, Visual Mapping

Textile Art

Creative Practice and Outreach

Unconventional-playful-contemporary block print designs for Bindaas Unlimited

Projects showcase:

Body and Narrative

Body and Narrative
Re-write the Panchatantra tale – The Girl who Married a Snake with a new fantasy twist and illustrate a scene in one of the traditional Indian art forms. (Pabuji ki Phad)


Body and Ecology

Body and Ecology
Combining the techniques of guache and embroidery to juxtapose and visualize the sensorial experiences of past and present with a reference to space and time


Conversations Around Ecology

Conversations Around Ecology
Detailed view of the Puttenahalli Kere