Majority of the venues at BBD2018 is free of cost.
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The first edition of design festival Bengaluru ByDesign is all set to transform the city of Bengaluru from 23rd November to 2nd December 2018.
Bengaluru ByDesign aims to celebrate creativity, encourage design thinking and explore the innovations in design today. The Festival focuses on demystifying design and making it more accessible to the public through installations, exhibitions, workshops, conferences, events, screenings, pop-ups, talks and more. The 10-day design programme, 23 November - 2 December 2018, will shine the spotlight on India’s design talent whilst also functioning as a platform for global creative dialogue, featuring a strong participation from design professionals from across the world.
The Festival is in collaboration with TVS, Progress Partner, Asian Paints, Colour Partner and WeWork, Productivity Partner. Titan, Total Environment, VR Bengaluru, Technicolor and Shrishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology have come on board as Design District Partners. Workbench Projects, The Swissnex India, The Polish Institut New Delhi, Institut français en Inde, The Japan Foundation, Pro Helvetia - Swiss Arts Council, Goethe Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan are the Content Partners and Anant National University, the Education Partner. The Festival is supported by VU Technologies, Aadyam, Aditya Birla Group, Nicobar and Hospitality partner Oakwood.
This year’s Festival aims to cover three key themes: Design & Public, Design & Education and Design & Business. The Festival will promote public participation, education, innovation, sustainability and creativity via design.
A key highlight of the festival is IDF 2018 , the largest design conference in the country which will be held on 23 - 24 November 2018 at UB City Amphitheatre, Bengaluru. The collaboration with IDF 2018 aims to provide a platform for industry experts, professionals and emerging design talent to interact and debate with their counterparts from around the world to create awareness on the power of design in India.