At Bangalore, Srishti offers its Undergraduate Technical Program, Undergraduate Professional Program, Postgraduate Professional Program, Postgraduate Diploma Programs as well as the Doctoral Program in Art and Design.
Spread over six campuses, Srishti spaces are vibrant and dynamic. The spaces have evolved in size and nature to match the growth and potential that Srishti aims to achieve.
Apart from the facilities and resources within its space, every campus is Wi-fi enabled complete with required IT support for students and faculty.
The Main Campus:
The Main campus is fondly called ‘Old’ at Srishti. At this campus, apart from classrooms and studios are the Workshops and Maker’s spaces.
N1 - Film and Animation Campus
Over the years, Srishti students have won numerous national and international accolades for their work in the realm of animation and filmmaking. The ground floor of the N1 Campus of Srishti houses the animation studio. The campus also has a screening room in addition to classrooms. There is a state-of-the-art sound studio with a recording booth and an edit studio also.
N3 - Foundation Studies Campus.
The Foundation Studies Campus, also known as N3 is where the students at Srishti start their 4 year journey. Under the Academic Dean, Ramesh Kalkur, and the Dean of Students, Dharma Kannan, the first year students at Srishti work with projects, workshops and general studies at this campus.
This campus also houses Srishti’s Wellness team which reflects Srishti’s belief in creating an inclusive and accessible learning, working and social environment. The Wellness Team at Srishti includes learning and disability support consultants, experienced and professionally qualified counsellors, a qualified medical practitioner, and a nurse. Individual rooms are provided for counselling, learning support and a sick bay which provides first aid.
N4 - Studios/Projects/Workshops Campus:
Srishti emphasis first hand learning through making and managing materials, processes and technologies enabling industriousness as a virtue. To this end, Srishti has a weaving studio with looms and a textile workshop at its N4 Campus. These and other facilities at the campus enable students to research, combine and collaborate craft and technology, acquiring and using the skills of both the craft industry as well as the technologies and processes of the future.
N5 - Studios/Projects/Workshops Campus:
This campus holds studios, projects and workshops for students in the Postgraduate Professional Program, Postgraduate Diploma Program and the PhD program.
It also is the hub for most Centres and Labs at Srishti that are engaged in research and practice, design and development, led by faculty from varied backgrounds. Some of the centers and labs intersect with the academic programs enriching the learning experience for students, offering interdisciplinary projects in diverse spaces and contexts. The ways of thinking and working in these spaces are collaborative, and catalyze creativity and innovation. In each of these spaces, we build networks with experts, development organizations and industry, creating an ecosystem that faculty, researchers and students can connect with, for deeper and wider opportunities.
Creating spaces of dialogue and interaction between artists, designers and scientists.
The Kabir Project is also housed at the Srishti N5 Campus. The Kabir project brings together the experiences of a series of ongoing journeys in quest of this 15th century north Indian mystic poet as well as other Bhakti and Sufi poets in our contemporary worlds.
Started in 2003, these journeys inquire into the spiritual and socio-political resonances of Kabir’s poetry through songs, images and conversations.
The Kabir Project Space
The Kabir Project Space
The Music room within Kabir Project
N6 Ateliers Campus
The N6 Ateliers campus houses various Studios, Labs, and state-of-art Workshops for the Technical and Vocational Programs
The N6 Ateliers campus houses (Art)ScienceBLR whose work is at intersection of art-science and pedagogy, creating spaces of dialogue and interaction between artists, designers and scientists. Since 2009, the group has focused on building low-tech laboratories and low cost equipment, making it easier for outsiders to explore the life-sciences. Their work has been awarded prizes and recognition in both the arts and the science contexts.