Kyoorius Designyatra Festival 2011
India's primary graphic design festival, the Kyoorius Designyatra, will take place this year from September 9-10. A stellar list of international and Indian designers and ad folks are lined up to speak; registration to attend the event closes this Thursday, so act fast to secure your place...
After a couple of years in Mumbai, the festival will this year return to its original home of Goa, and will be held at the Grand Hyatt. Michael Johnson of Johnson Banks is chairing this year's festival and he will be joined by, amongst others, Adrian Shaughnessy, David Carson, Johnny Vulkan of Anomaly, Peter Higgins of Land Design Studio, Richard Holman of Devilfish, Donald Beekman and Liza Enebeis of Typeradio, book design specialist Irma Boom, installation and experiential designers Troika, Sandeep Khosla of Khosla Associates, and Tania Singh Khosla of Tsk Design.
More info on the event is at designyatra.com, where you can also register to attend. There is a special offer for young professionals (under 26 years old): see the site for details.
A review of this year's Designyatra will appear in the November issue of CR.
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