By: Kadam Haat From 9th to 12th September two natural fiber dying workshops were held in two clusters in Cooch Behar. During that time the artisans learned an eco-friendly and sustainable way of dying the Shitelpati material. In our craft cluster in Nayagram a Sabai Gras Design Development training and in Kolaghat a Bamboo Design… Continue reading Natural dye workshop: Kadam Haat
From: Kadam Haat Kadam Haat is a member of Fair Trade Forum India, based in West Bengal. On the 13th we were part of the ARAAISH exhibition at the Taj Bengal. Here we sold products, made contact with big buyers and raised awareness to our cause. We also made our presence at India Haat Exhibtion… Continue reading Participation in different exhibitions: Kadam Haat
Kadam Haat is bringing the artisans’ one step closer to their dreams and helping them in arranging a sustainable livelihood. Kadam has joined hands with the ‘impactguru’ and is ‘crowdfunding’ for the marginalized artisans. If you want to contribute your share which will help in bringing change in the life of the artisans and want… Continue reading Kadam Haat came one more step ahead to help the artisans
Kadam Haat participated in one of its kind international exhibition show dedicated entirely to the jewellery and accessories industries ‘Indian Fashion Jewellery & Accessories Show (IFJAS)’ from 21 to 23 July 2016 at Greater Noida, Expo Mart, Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Kadam Haat displayed their wide collection of bags and accessories in the event where India’s… Continue reading Kadam Haat participated in ‘Indian Fashion Jewellery & Accessory Show 2016’
West Bengal: Kadam Haat, empowering the artisans and youth based in Kolkata, organized a Design Development workshop in Bankura with its artisans. Products of Kadam Haat include baskets, trays, table mats, candle/agarbati holder, bookmarks, paperclips, gift boxes, cardholders and cutlery includes spoons, forks, ladles, plates etc. Kadam Haat aims at tackling the problems of uneducated… Continue reading Kadam Haat organises Design Development workshop
Kadam Haat participated at Craft Bazaar, Coimbatore with a totally organic and indigenously made colorful range with bamboo based products. The exhibition took place from 08th to 13th July, 2015.
Kadam Haat participated in the Eleventh Edition of the Bangalore Nature Bazaar 2015 held at Dastkar from 07th August to 16th August, 2015 from 11:00 am to 08:00 pm, at Manpho Convention Ground. The exhibition helped in bringing together more than 100 craft groups from 20 states across India, which included small producers groups who showcased their products. In the exhibition a wide range of products of lifestyle accessories, striking jewellery and adornments, herbal beauty products, metal crafts, carved furniture, traditional paintings, a block printed textiles and much more were presented at one platform from every corner of the country. Products of Kadam Haat attracted a lot of attention from the buyers.
Lot of visitors visited the exhibition and appreciated the art. A good footfall was noticed which motivated all participants to enroll themselves in such exhibitions.