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Interior Design in Fashion and Luxury Retail

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Part time 3 - 10 weeks January 2017 United Kingdom London

This short course offers you the opportunity to discover Interior Design and visual communication techniques with the aim of giving you the necessary tools to maximise the profitability of the point of sale... [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Arts 2017. Interior Design in Fashion and Luxury Retail This short course offers you the opportunity to discover Interior Design and visual communication techniques with the aim of giving you the necessary tools to maximise the profitability of the point of sale, and to study the essential aspects of the consumer’s behaviour, a key element to create a unique and emotional shopping experience and transform the consumer into a loyal customer. Course Requirements Minimum age: 18 years of age, English proficiency: intermediate and eligible to study in the UK. Intake Part-time (Oct 2016, January 2017, March 2017, May 2017) Full-time (June 2017, July 2017, August 2017) [-]

Portrait Photography (Part-time Program Paris)

Spéos Paris-London Photographic Institute
Campus Part time 5 weeks October 2017 France Paris

This workshop is open to participants with previous studio experience (for example after the workshop Introduction to Studio). [+]

The part-time program is designed for beginners, amateurs and photography students alike. The various workshops deal with all the major aspects of modern photography: theory and practice, from past to present. From October to May. 3 hours per week, during 5 weeks. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm Saturdays 2.30 pm – 5.30 pm Price per workshop: € 500 This workshop is open to participants with previous studio experience (for example after the workshop Introduction to Studio). By shooting portraits that reflect their own sensitivity, participants aim at developing their self-expression. They learn to optimize shooting parameters such as lighting, lenses, cameras, so as to exploit their creative potential to its best. [-]

Interior Design Course

NAD - Nuova Accademia del Design
Campus or Online Part time 162 hours October 2017 Italy Verona

The objective of the course in Interior Design is to provide the tools and knowledge necessary to enter the world of interior design, to understand the role of the profession of Interior Designer as well as the skills and responsibilities. This profession is not yet formally recognized, like many other categories that revolve around the world of art and creativity. As a result, it is increasingly required for its specific expertise and technical design ability. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Arts 2017. The objective of the course in Interior Design is to provide the tools and knowledge necessary to enter the world of interior design, to understand the role of the profession of Interior Designer as well as the skills and responsibilities. This profession is not yet formally recognized, like many other categories that revolve around the world of art and creativity. As a result, it is increasingly required for its specific expertise and technical design ability. The end customer wants to buy what he sees and the interior designer must interpret these needs and transform them into final works that most closely match the wishes of the client. Requirements The course is open to all although it is preferable to have a minimum knowledge of using PC with Windows or Mac operating system. Program Our Interior Design courses are structured so that the student can learn and practice the theory during the same lesson, applying the formula of 3 + 2, or three hours of theoretical training and two hours of practical realization. Students thus have the opportunity to structured attend courses according to the latest teaching methods of "learning by doing", which is a balanced mix between theoretical and practical training on the project,materials and decor. Being an Interior Designer means to design the interior spaces, know how to organize the rooms according to the needs of the client, choose and arrange the furniture, choose the colors and the most appropriate materials. The Interior Design I course, is also open to people who have never had experience in the industry and provides them with the tools to create project designs: freehand life drawing geometric design drawing and relief through dimension The Interior Design course also addresses the disciplines that constitute the foundations for an interior designer: the history of furniture with a historical overview from the Baroque to the present day which is intended to deepen the most important and significant projects from the 20s up to the current day trends. The course also cover color design and choice of materials, which are considered as the most important areas for the success of a project today. Students will be introduced to AutoCAD ® software which is used to create technical drawings on the computer as well as the ArredoCAD rendering program, which is an essential and specific tool for the realization of rendering realistic plans. All these subjects will then be applied with concrete project experience with the support of specific representation techniques which will enable optimal structuring of the final plans which is the final stage of training. It will be carried out ex-tempore tutorial which is aimed at learning the basics of technical drawing on paper and annual exercise support, which will be the subject of examination, to be carried out with autoCAD and ArredoCAD software. Program of the course 1. Technical drawing and relief. How to read the project drawings The project of residential (kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom) Project of an apartment. Study of space and furnishings. AutoCAD 2D and 3D ArredoCAD Design history. From Baroque to the present day References to sales techniques and management of the customer and supplier. Budget analysis. Furnishing materials Colour technique. Image education. How to read and interpret the photographs of magazines. 2. Feng Shui Module (10 hours) 3. Luxury Living Module (10 hours) 4. Lighting Module (10 hours) 5. Plant Module (5 hours) 6. Project Review Form (10 hours) Teachers Arch. Marta Paganotto: Interior Design teacher Arch. Riccado Jewels: Professor of Lighting Eng. Francesca Poli: Professor of Plant Arch. Pierfrancesco Ros: Feng Shui Roberto Conato teacher: Luxury Living Arch. Emanuela Brunelli: Assistant auditor How to register To register please complete the inquiry form. Lessons in the classroom or online course The course can also be followed online in an interactive video conference simultaneously with the lesson in the classroom, thanks to the technical support provided by the Academy. This practice allows you to participate in the lesson and interact with the teacher and classmates without the burden of the trip. Finale examination and certificate The course of study ends with a test prepared by the team of trainers aimed at assessing the student's skills. After the examination and verification of the work done during the duration of the course will be awarded a certificate of specialization by a vote of thirty, in accordance with current legislation, which certifies the skills acquired and their marketability in the workforce to European level. The Certificate of Competence NAD Professional - New Academy of Design will improve your Curriculum Vitae area that is dedicated to "personal skills" and "awards and certificates" and will allow the insertion in the labor world with a complete and highly sought after specialization. Professional outcomes The specialization obtained during the course allows you to have several job opportunities as a designer [-]

Course Cgi (computer Generated Imaginery)

GrisArt Escuela Superior de Fotografía
Campus Part time 7 months October 2017 Spain Barcelona

Thanks to new technologies, creating photographic practice and live an exciting time, with constant innovations and new horizons, forcing photographers to continuous learning. [+]

Thanks to new technologies, creating photographic practice and live an exciting time, with constant innovations and new horizons, forcing photographers to continuous learning. In some fields, such as in automotive advertising, architecture and interior design, the change is already in place and the ultra-realistic images that come to us are in most cases computer-generated drawings from designers, engineers and architects . Are familiar CGI images, both stills and motion, applied in film and television. This revolution, which the authors define only limit, currently shaping the advertising world. Their use, though not applicable in all fields, continues to be increasingly necessary, as a generator of new images or as an integrator of these photographic CGI in real environments. The course offered by CGI GrisArt taps into the vast possibility of creating 3D images, but does so in a selective manner, with the needs and skills of photographers. They discover the most direct link between this technology and conventional photography, and compatibility and possibilities. To this end, those strictly useful aspects develop, for example, the camera layout and perspective, lighting, texturing or rendering the output image. The application will be used MAXON Cinema 4D program, unlike other equivalent applications is characterized by friendliness and ease of use of its interface. The high degree of quality offering the latest versions of the Advanced Render (C4D render engine itself) program makes it a very attractive tool for professional willing to venture into this field. Furthermore, knowing the market needs, the course incorporates learning process of working with V-RAY, one of the best existing render engines. The focus of the course is very practical, so that students become familiar with solving exercises to deepen their understanding and management while they are trained to develop their own intuition.... [-]


V-ray Course For Infoarquitectura And Virtual Interior

FX ANIMATION Barcelona 3D School
Campus Part time 1 month July 2017 Spain Barcelona

The student creates photorealistic renderings to infoarquitectura high quality. Students will learn to use the engine in getting a stranglehold depth workflow (camera, lights, materials) of V-Ray for 3dStudio Max. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Arts 2017. Next call: July 2016 - OPEN ENROLLMENT Duration: 1 month, 6 hours daily from Monday to Thursday + 3 months of final project Places: 10 Headquarters: Barcelona Description and purpose The student creates photorealistic renderings to infoarquitectura high quality. Students will learn to use the engine in getting a stranglehold depth workflow (camera, lights, materials) of V-Ray for 3dStudio Max. This course is addressed to architects, engineers and interior designers, like any other professional who has command of 3ds Max and want to get a photorealistic rendering with professional standards. Requirements  Demonstrable knowledge of 3ds Max. [-]

Intermediate Vectorworks

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 5 weeks January 2017 United Kingdom London

This 5 week course is for learners wanting to learn more about 2D Vectorworks. You should have completed the Beginner’s course in Vectorworks , have technical drawing skills and computer literacy already in place. Each 2.5 hour session will cover the following: [+]

Interior Design is an exciting and dynamic industry which brings together spatial design for living, working and leisure environments. We offer the stepping-stones to a career in the interior design industry, with introductory courses at level 1 and moving through Diplomas at level 2 and 3, and on towards Higher Education. You can also select to study shorter courses in essential areas such as CAD and Technical Drawing. Current students describe the experience of studying Interior Design at Kensington and Chelsea College as ‘Easy to follow, engaging visually and verbally, excellent, informative, and professional.’ Our team of experienced teaching staff will support you and guide you throughout your course. Creativity is at the centre of what we do, with practical studio activity including experimental sketchbook work, constructing spatial models with expressive materials and generating drawings and images to communicate your ideas. Interior design is also a precise and technical subject, where scale drawing, perspective visuals and use of CAD software such as Sketchup, PhotoShop and Vectorworks, are all part of a very contemporary and innovative profession. Learning takes you outside the class, with real projects, visits and contact with London’s design professionals. Design students at Kensington and Chelsea College achieve great success, with many gaining employment and up to 95% who apply to university are offered places. Course Overview This 5 week course is for learners wanting to learn more about 2D Vectorworks. You should have completed the Beginner’s course in Vectorworks , have technical drawing skills and computer literacy already in place. Each 2.5 hour session will cover the following: Session 1: Overview – Setting up a drawing – units, scale, paper, pens, palettes, saving and 2D CAD drawing tools selection and line tool Create and edit 2D objects Session 2: Create complex objects and work with the attributes tool Session 3: Floor plan drawing and working with layers Session 4: Set up a section drawing, add colour and figures Session 5: Complete floor plan and section drawing Campus: Kensington Centre Times: Mon 18:30 - 21:00 OR Times: Tue 18:30 - 21:00 [-]

Extension Course In Coolhunting - Trends, Consumption And Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Sao Paulo
Campus Part time 48 hours April 2017 Brazil São Paulo

The course aims to develop the spirit of observation and perception applied to the analysis of Coolhunting and present the work methodology for research and trend analysis transmitting a fairly broad view of the subject and the marketing context where they apply. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Arts 2017. THIS PROGRAM IS IN PORTUGUESE Taught The course aims to develop the spirit of observation and perception applied to the analysis of Coolhunting and present the work methodology for research and trend analysis transmitting a fairly broad view of the subject and the marketing context where they apply. Starts: September Finish: November Weekdays: 2nd and 6th fairs Time: 19h-23h Hours: 48 hours Goal: Enable the student to plan and execute research trends based on Coolhunting methodology and focused on their market interest. Stimulate the sensitivity and interpretive ability of the student, using semiotics of knowledge, design and multidisciplinary approaches. Audience: The course has practical application to strategic areas of professionals (planning, branding, positioning, segmentation, style) and also more tactical areas (design, development, procurement, execution, etc.). Scenario: In an increasingly globalized, massified and standardized market, know the trends is a way of seeking differentiation, update or even innovation. Demand for preferences research services is growing, mainly by its strategic character, which makes it possible to anticipate and differential standards for products, services and brands. Contents: - The contemporary setting and research trends - Trends: theoretical definitions and applications to the market - Anthropology of consumption: manifestations and meanings - The semiotic method: how to interpret signs and trends - diffusion processes of a trend - Research methodology: the coolhunting - urban safaris and immersions practices - Changing trends in strategies Quorum: The formation of classes and the beginning of the courses depend on quorum, to ensure the best experience for all participants. The IED SP reserves the right to postpone or cancel the course if you do not get a quorum. Coordination: Bruno Pompey Bruno Pompey's publicist, graduated from the School of Communications and Arts (ECA-USP), Doctor and Master of consumption, communication and semiotics at the University of São Paulo (USP-PPGCOM). Operates since 2004 in the trend market research, participating regularly practice and conceptual elaboration of the Trend Observatory, the Ipsos institute. Responsible for the Ibope institute semiotic studies, also participated in the preparation of the annual report Brazil: Context and Trends. He teaches graduate of Istituto Europeo di Design - IED São Paulo, which is also responsible for an extension course in Coolhunting. [-]

Study Abroad program

In Florence Academy
Campus Part time Open Enrollment Italy Florence

Experience living in the city known worldwide as the “Cradle of the Renaissance”. InFlorence Academy can be found in the oldest part of Florence, in the beautiful square of Piazza S. Spirito surrounded by typical trattorias, cafes and traditional artisans’ workshops, in the city centre but away from the crowded tourist areas. [+]

Why choose InFlorence Academy? Have the opportunity of studying in a building dating from the 16th Century ... Experience living in the city known worldwide as the “Cradle of the Renaissance”. InFlorence Academy can be found in the oldest part of Florence, in the beautiful square of Piazza S. Spirito surrounded by typical trattorias, cafes and traditional artisans’ workshops, in the city centre but away from the crowded tourist areas. Have the opportunity of studying in a building dating from the 16th Century, rich with history and Florentine charm. Our school is located in Palazzo Guadagni and has 11 classrooms, a multimedia learning centre, a conference room, a relax area for students and a large sun terrace. We believe in keeping class sizes small in order to maintain high quality teaching standards from our experienced academic staff. Our qualified language teachers have considerable experience in the field of Italian language teaching. They use a variety of innovative approaches to design an ideal course for each particular group. Some members of our teaching staff are also teacher trainers. All our personnel have considerable experience in dealing with students from all over the world so there is always someone who can help you with any problem, big or small! School of Italian Language Recognized for US Academic Credits by University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee The widest range of Italian courses in Florence. The best learning environment for the highest quality learning experience. Highly qualified teachers. Students who regularly attend an Italian language course in Florence will receive, together with the Eurocentres certificate, university credits recognized by any University in the United states. The teachers of UVW make regular inspections of the school of Florence and ensure that there is compatibility between our programs and the needs of the students. ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I This is a thorough introduction for those with little or no previous experience in Italian. Students build an essential vocabulary and assimilate basic grammar and sentence structures. Class is conducted in Italian: students practise listening, grammar and comprehension exercises, repetition drills and easy conversation. ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II This course is designed for students who have already had at least one semester of Italian language. It focuses both on grammar review and conversation, trying to enable the students to feel confident in expressing themselves in Italian. INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN I Students develop the ability to communicate correctly with expanded vocabulary. Conversational practice improves listening and interpretation skills for better understanding and response. Reading and writing exercises improve skills in understanding prose and writing letters and simple messages. Admission is based on testing in Italian. INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN II Good knowledge of grammar rules is required. The course is based on a review of complex grammar structures and on exercises in reading, composition, phonetics, syntax and style. Students taking this course should achieve a good level of competence and be able to cope with normal situations in Italy. Admission is based on placement test results. ADVANCED ITALIAN A good knowledge of Italian grammar rules is required in order to take this course, which consists in a review of the main grammar structures and in exercises of reading, composition, phonetics, syntax and style. Students taking this course should be able to cope with everyday situations in Italy, to read authentic texts and to talk about cultural elements (both orally and in written essays). Admission is based on placement test results. School of Humanities & Culture Accredited by Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design InFlorence Academy offers a variety of traditional and innovative courses in the field of humanities. These programs are recommended for students who are keen to learn more about Italian History, Art History, Architecture, Medieval History, Dante & Divinia Commedia, Italian Cinema, Food & Culture. Humanities & Culture Courses Roots of Capitalism in Italy (12th-16th century) This course examines the beginning of economic growth during late medieval times in the city-states in Italy as a result of commerce and immigration, as well as the cultural influences from the Byzantine Empire and the Muslim world. The course will focus on the rise of merchants and bankers, like the Medici family and on the pivotal position held by Florence in overseas commerce, merchant shipping and its specialization in wool, silk and leather production. History of Renaissance Architecture The revolution occurred in figurative arts and architecture from the 14th to the 16th century represents a turning point in Western visual culture and overall civilization. Being the most concrete of the figurative arts, architecture represents the most tangible outcome of such a revolution and the direct experience of its constructive and spatial aspects is essential to fully understand our culture and ourselves. This course will deal with the major masters of Renaissance architecture such as Brunelleschi, Leon Battista Alberti, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raffaello, and Palladio. History of Florentine Art and Architecture This course is a journey through different centuries and covers the Roman era, Romanesque and Gothic Middle Ages, Renaissance, and some examples of Baroque. It offers the opportunity to visit and compare various buildings of different periods and styles. Architectural Drawing This course introduces students to the practice of free hand drawing and subsequently to its application to the architectural design process. The course will introduce drawing as a way of thinking, as a visual perception, as a means for observation, judgment, storytelling and representation. The process of drawing will be considered as an experience, as a relationship between man and world. Technology and Building Materials Materials and technology choices have as strong an impact both on the symbolic and expressive value as on the performance of the architecture.The course presents for each material: properties, processing methods, aesthetic significance and performance in relation to the construction choices adopted as guidelines for proper design. Exploring Italy: an Overview of Italian Culture & Society This course is an overview of contemporary Italian culture and society with historical references. It is aimed at developing a better understanding of Italy and its culture with emphasis on the history and culture of Florence. The selection of readings is gathered from a variety of sources. The heterogeneous character of the collection reflects the Instructor’s belief that the study-abroad-student should be open to many ways of learning - from reading Dante, to watching a film by Rossellini, to shopping in an Italian food market as part of the study of traditional Italian food. This, in combination with site visits (fifty percent of the course is taught during field trips), will widen and sharpen the student’s perceptions during the time spent not only in Florence, but in Italy and Europe. Art History: Italian Renaissance The most flourishing period of the city of Florence goes from the early fourteenth century to the late sixteenth century. Most of this period is known as Renaissance and produced a large number of great artists, who worked in a special environment which encouraged the production of art and architecture for religious, political and personal enhancement. Lessons will focus on some of the main artists of this time (Brunelleschi, Masaccio, Ghiberti, Donatello and the young Michelangelo) and also on the art patrons, particularly the Medici family, who dominated the Florentine scene until the late Renaissance. Dante and Divina Commedia This course includes a brief biography of Dante Alighieri, an introduction to the Divina Commedia - with special attention to Inferno – and some guided tours to “Dante’s places in Florence”. Food and Culture This course applies an interdisciplinary approach to the study of food and sustainability – history, sociology, cultural studies, anthropology, business, politics, science, agriculture, and sustainability – to discover how the individual, community and society relate to food in the world and especially in Italy. The course also includes guest lectures, site visits, field trips, and hands-on experience. History of Italian Cinema This course examines the historical, social and cultural roots of Italian cinema; it traces its development from Neorealism to the present. The course starts with a general analysis of the post-war period and finishes with the most representative directors of the 21st century. Opera The course focuses the attention on the birth of melodramma in Florence (collocating this event within the entertainment world of the Medici court) and its evolution and diffusion during the following centuries. It consists in listening and analyzing parts of operas (arie) and in reading and understanding some libretti. Business and Leadership Accredited by Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design InFlorence Academy offers a variety of traditional and innovative courses in the field of Business and Leadership. These programs are recommended for students who are keen to learn more about Leadership, Financial Principles, Project Management, Budget, Resources PlanningType, Learning methodologies and Emerging technologies This program is designed for students who want to learn about current and developing business trends to prepare for successful management in the creative marketplace. Our students will develop a strong understanding of creative problem solving and design thinking, enabling you to approach the marketplace with a unique and well-rounded perspective. BUSINESS Organizational Leadership: In this course students explore the basic principles of contemporary leadership models and styles.Topics include crafting vision and mission, leading teams, leading during times of crises situations, leadership in turbulent external environments, delegation and decision-making responsibility, motivation/compensation models, and executive leadership from a strategic perspective. Lectures, presentations, readings, and discussions examine what comprises effective organizational leadership. At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate understanding and application of policy-making for effective organizational leadership, and be able to review, analyze, and make recommendations for decision-making execution in case examples. Financial Principles: In this course of the financial sequence students will reinforce their knowledge of financial accounting and develop an understanding of managerial accounting concepts, and their relationship to emerging ventures throughout the Art and Design industry. Topics include practical application of managerial accounting ratios, analysis of basic financial statements, including balance sheets, profit-and-loss statements, and cash flow. Lectures, presentations, case studies, readings, and discussions examine what comprises the essential elements of managerial accounting. At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to understand and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of managerial accounting required for successful business management within the Art and Design industry. Project Management: In this course, the goal is for students to develop an understanding of the range of managerial tasks and projects required within the Creative industries. Topics include understanding innovation and idea generation, managing innovation in the marketplace, objective models currently used in the creative approach, and organizational structure. At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills in reviewing and analyzing appropriate management models within the creative arena. Digital Media and Online Marketing: This course focuses specifically on the operational and strategic uses of various digital media and online marketing systems and practices. Topics include the mechanics of online media functionality, planning, target marketing, search engine optimization, and the requirements for building media marketing campaigns. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to construct effective digital media and online marketing plans and campaigns. Negotiation Skills Budget and Resources Planning: This course examines the principles of negotiations skills, and a wide range of pedagogy and schools of thought on what constitutes effective negotiation skills. Topics includes prenegotiation valuation-assessment, strategic rankings of all potential bargaining consideration, trade-off matrices for targeted results and consideration, as well as symmetric and asymmetric signaling during the negotiation process. Emphasis is on the practical application of the “Approach-Dialogue-Settlement” process and components in case examples for personnel contracts, product-service deals, IP sharing, partnership deals, and compensation. Lectures, presentations, case study readings, discussion and comparisons examine what comprises effective negotiation strategy. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to demonstrate effective pre-negotiation valuation assessment, effective decisionmaking skills when confronted with trade-off matrices, and the ability to read and interpret symmetric and asymmetric signaling attributes during the negotiation process. LEADERSHIP Leadership and Motivation: This course investigates and compares intrinsic and extrinsic motivation to support and enhance learning. Activities include the use of motivational frameworks and plans for instructional methods and media for classroom education, e-learning environments and/or training. Students are also introduced to the concepts and methods of assessment and critique as part of authentic motivation to learn. Developing Multimedia for Learning Environments: This course provides students the opportunity to create didactic instructional media using contemporary research in education and design. Topics include presentation software, video, games, and web technologies with a focus on how to develop and use media in a variety of learning environments. Upon completion of the course, students will have several complete media pieces for use in education. Leadership for Innovation: This course introduces students to professional leadership strategies with a focus on leadership styles, team dynamics, motivational strategies and change management. Theories are investigated to help learners build strong collaboration and effective communication. Emphasis is on understanding new perspectives in leadership and business based on self-awareness, diversity, and engagement and motivation theories for facilitating change in practice and in thought process. Upon completion of the course, students will understand leadership as a component of organizational culture as it forms their own personal leadership styles. Leadership Development: This course provides students with real-life experiences through a practicum in observation and mentoring. Emphasis is on the independent shadowing of a leader in their professional field in which they can glean a better understanding of leadership styles, and approaches to problem solving and conflict resolution as agents of change. Students will use their experiences to reflect upon opportunities for institutional and cultural changes that influence their future professional goals. Upon completion of the course, students will have gained personal experience and insight into their roles as leaders bringing with them new skills to impact change. School of Visual Arts Accredited by Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design InFlorence Academy offers a variety of traditional and innovative courses in the field of Visual Arts. These programs are recommended for students who are keen to learn more about Fashion, Design, Painting & Drawing, 3D Animation, Photography, Film/videomaking, Acting for Cinema, Operatic Arts. Visual Arts Courses Ancient Painting Techniques The course aims to introduce students to the painting techniques carried out between 1300 and 1500 through the study of major works of the period from Giotto to Leonardo and Michelangelo. Through copying famous paintings, the student will be able to learn the fundamental techniques used; such as egg tempera, gold leaf, oil painting. Contemporary Painting Techniques This course is designed to introduce students to the use of new languages, through the study of materials (plastic, various canvases, wood, metal) and painting techniques, ranging from the old traditional colors to the use of mixed techniques (such as color applied with sponge, spatulas and rollers). The combination of new support and painting techniques will help the student to develop a new language and personal painting style. Drawing This course aims to develop basic drawing skills, recognizing form, space, and light. The students will be introduced to the use of various materials such as: charcoal, sanguigna and pencil. Students will work from direct observation and by using these various materials, they will learn to interpret the form of still life and figure drawings with live models. Interior Design The course is aimed at students who are interested in interior design and who want to understand technical and constructional aspects of interior spaces, the methodologies of elaborating the concept of a project and its appropriate representation. The approach is not only technical, but creative, artistic and intuitive. The fundamentals of the course are aimed at providing knowledge of various interior styles, the study of solutions in furnishing, the materials used and the various possibilities in fabrics; patterns, colors and shades. Fashion Design The Fashion Design course aims to introduce students to fashion through multiple pathways, helping them not only to enhance their practical skills for Fashion Design and illustration, but also to acquire a more specific and multifaceted sensitivity toward anything that involves fashion, such as, new trends, technical clothing aspects/styles, influences of history on clothes and the theoretical approaches to develop and create fashion collections. Fashion Marketing In today’s modern society Fashion is one of the best means of communication for expressing an individual or collective identity. It is also a complete expression of society and human behavior. Through fashion, we can understand the trends of society. This course is an overview on the latest trends of economy and society in general, applied specifically to the fashion world. Commercial Photography This course introduces students to the use of the digital camera and digital photography. Students will use computers and applications for editing and adjusting photos. This course is designed to give the students a thorough knowledge of fundamental photography techniques such as depth of field, motion and angle of field. They will deal with topics such as landscape, portraits, architecture, and nocturnal photography. The course also provides a wide study on composition and framing. Film and videomaking The Film Making course is based on a simplified practical approach. Cinematography, Screenwriting, Directing, Sound and Editing are the principal topics the students will analyze during their stay. The course explores the creative processes involved in producing an intriguing and marketable script; it explores how professional directors take the script to the screen and how they direct the energies of the cast and crew; it explains how to use cinematography equipment and how to give structure, form, rhythm, and pace to a movie. 3D Animation In the 3D Animation program, on the other hand, computers take center stage. While you’ll still be drawing your characters and scenes, your pen will actually be a stylus, and your canvas, a high-resolution screen. Game Art The Online BFA Degree in Game Art is a professional degree for students needing remote access to the educational requirements for careers in the video game industry. Graphic Design The online BFA Degree in Graphic Design is designed for students needing remote access to the educational requirements for careers in Communication Design and related media. Illustration The department’s primary objective is to develop conceptual, technical and business skills necessary to ensure the success of each student. Faculty members who are experienced professional illustrators teach students the principles of visual communication through studio courses emphasizing visual perception, aesthetic awareness, conceptual problem solving and the mastery of skills in drawing and painting using both traditional and digital media to promote imaginative illustrations. [-]

Course in Celebrity Fashion Design

Milan Fashion Campus
Campus Part time 2 - 4 weeks October 2017 Italy Milan

The Celebrity Fashion Design Course will allow students to learn how to create a trend conscious celebrity style. You will learn how to draw designs for red carpet dresses, how to draw the portraits of your favourite stars, and how to colour and design using computer techniques. [+]

Course in Celebrity Fashion Design

The Celebrity Fashion Design Course will allow students to learn how to create a trend conscious celebrity style. You will learn how to draw designs for red carpet dresses, how to draw the portraits of your favourite stars, and how to colour and design using computer techniques.

This course will give you the possibility to approach to the world of fashion in a modern and stylish way !

 

Course Learning Outcomes

Level: Beginners

Material : Notebook - 4H pencils - Tracing paper - Soft eraser - Pencils - Pencil sharpener - Fine black fibre tip pens - A4 paper – Scissors - Glue stick - Laptop Computer - USB Memory stick - Photoshop (30 day trial version okay)... [-]


Film Making Skillset - Module 1

HandsOn International School of Filmmakers
Campus Part time 1 - 3 weeks April 2017 Malta Sliema

Creating a film depends on a team of technically gifted individuals working together. No matter if this is your first encounter with practical filmmaking or if you wish to deepen a first experience, this course helps you discover the entire process of film production and the relationship between the various roles and stages. [+]

Creating a film depends on a team of technically gifted individuals working together. No matter if this is your first encounter with practical filmmaking or if you wish to deepen a first experience, this course helps you discover the entire process of film production and the relationship between the various roles and stages. Filmmaking Skillset – 3 Weeks Introduction to the Film Industry Shot Composition Digital vs Film Cameras Introduction to DSLRs Zoom & Prime Lenses Rigs, Tripods & Stabilizers Camera Movement Lighting for Film Music in Film Sound Recording Boom Mic Operation Field Recording Courseware is a mix of classroom lessons, field work, assignments & a final course project. Filmmaking Skillset – Course Hours Breakdown: School Hours: 26 Hrs. Contact (Theoretical – with Tutor) 10 Hrs. HandsOn (Practical – with Tutor) Extra Hours: 10 Hrs. Self Study (Assignments) 15 Hrs. Assessment (Course Project) 61 Hrs. Total Course Hours Classes: 4 Days/Week – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Time: 10:00-13:00 Entry Requirements Open to anyone 18yrs + and courses are delivered in English. [-]

Advanced Study Program in Web Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Rome
Campus Part time 7 months March 2017 Italy Rome

Media Designers use blogging, podcasting (webcasting) and NetTV, as well as new media content generators, and have the ability of organising communities and social networks to enable their users to share their opinions through text, images, music, ideas and suggestions. The course aims at creating a professional profile within the Web Media Designer able to produce a new generation of services with the web 2.0 advertising and marketing techniques in which on-line ideas are produced and shared through on-line communities and companies. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Arts 2017. THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ITALIAN Aimed at: The course is addressed to Newly-graduates and professionals (designers, developers, tool planners, journalists and columnists, Marketing managers, etc.) who want to specialize in the field of digital media in the communication scope. The knowledge of web 1.0 and marketing, advertising and design web principles is required. Objective and structure: The course in Web Design is conceived as a creative and productive lab and makes use of professionals working in the Digital Media field: Art Directors, Web Designers, Managers, Internet Technicians and Web Agencies. The didactic activity is integrated by projects ordered by real customers that allow applying the website design as well as realizing and publishing the conceived websites. DESIGN AREA The content elements representing the communication structure of the website with reference to design are the important step of the design on the Internet. COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA AREA During the training, the future Web Media Designer will learn the contents and the market techniques linked to the Internet. TECHNOLOGIES AREA The use of the state-of-the-art software technologies to realize highly interactive websites in which the users can change and update the contents. Hardware technologies and the software for the network to configure the servers and the network. RIGHTS AND COPYRIGHT AREA The Web Media Designer field uses the new models conceived to protect rights and the copyright with flexible and modifiable licences. [-]

Visual Effects, 3D Art & Compositing

Quasar Design University in Rome
Campus Part time March 2017 Italy Rome

The course runs through all the creative stages in an animation scene in the creative flow of visual effects. It examines the entire workflow starting from the conception of a story: the development of a storyboard, the creation of concept designs and clay, modeling, texturing, shading of 3D subjects, the dynamics of particles such as smoke, fire, water, building frames, rigging, to permit the successful animation of each part of element or character on stage, to arrive in depth at the final stages of compositing in Nuke and video editing till the final color correction. [+]

Visual Effects, 3D Art & Compositing The course runs through all the creative stages in an animation scene in the creative flow of visual effects. It examines the entire workflow starting from the conception of a story: the development of a storyboard, the creation of concept designs and clay, modeling, texturing, shading of 3D subjects, the dynamics of particles such as smoke, fire, water, building frames, rigging, to permit the successful animation of each part of element or character on stage, to arrive in depth at the final stages of compositing in Nuke and video editing till the final color correction. By sharing projects in the classroom and online in our dedicated forum, students will be encouraged to team-work, which is necessary in the real world of film and television companies. Who it is aimed at This university-level course is aimed at school leavers, from all types of secondary schools. Basic knowledge of computers is required. Educational Objectives The course aims to provide members a professional knowledge of the 2D and 3D film and television industry through the teaching of the working techniques used in major productions in Italy and abroad. The students will gain practical experience through thematic workshops concerning various sectors of development. Creative jobs The students will acquire the title of Computer Graphic Artist (CG Artist), which includes more specialized professionals, summarized into two main areas: the 3D Artist and Digital Compositor. Course location The course "Visual Effects, 3D Art & Compositing" will be held in Rome at Quasar Design University. Via Crescenzio 17 A Roma(RM) - 00193 [-]

Extension Of Ongoing Strategic Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Rio de Janeiro
Campus Part time 60 hours March 2017 Brazil Rio de Janeiro

Course objective is to encourage critical thinking and creative and architectural design capabilities, using the Strategic Design as a tool. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Arts 2017. THIS PROGRAM IS IN PORTUGUESE Taught Encourage critical thinking and creative and architectural design capability using Strategic Design as a business tool. 4th Panel of Strategic Design Start Date: March Lessons: Monday and Wednesday - 19h30 to 22h30 Hours: 60 hours Portuguese language Description and objectives: Course objective is to encourage critical thinking and creative and architectural design capabilities, using the Strategic Design as a tool. The methodology is interactive and collaborative, giving priority to focus on research, reflection of new opportunities and concepts. Classes will be taught by professionals with expertise recognized in the market, which will bring data from the reality of agencies, clients and large cases. The idea is to give students the challenges, experiences and opportunities related to Design, Innovation and Strategic Design. Target Audience: Professional design, architecture, advertising and related fields. Prerequisites: Knowledge of design and higher education. Course topics: The Strategic Design Course follows the methodology of the innovation process through Design Thinking. Module 1: Understanding - Case Design Strategy. - Innovation. - Design, Design Thinking and Strategic Design. Module 2: Plan - Technical Research and Research. - Methodologies and Processes of Strategic Design. - Knowing a Strategic Design agency. - Sustainability in the development and practice in projects. - Branding and Strategic Design. - "Windows Strategic Design": Encounters with invited professionals working in different areas such as: Creative Economy, Policies to Encourage Design, Crowndfunding, Mobility, Education and Service Design. Module 3: Acting Guided by a multidisciplinary team, students will be encouraged to undertake a project by the Design Thinking methodology. The workshops will be theoretical and practical, using the principle of learning by doing. What the student will learn? - New ways of looking and thinking, using the Strategic Design as a design tool. - Conceptualize, develop, design and communicate innovative ideas. - Look closely at its features and capabilities, developing skills and attitudes to professional autonomy. - A new network of people open to talks and debates on design, strategy and innovation. - Knowledge and practice of Design Thinking methodology. Coordinator: Daniel Pan Daniel Pan holds a degree in Industrial Design and Product Design from UFRJ and with great professional experience in factories and major design agencies. Today is a partner and Design Manager at Crama Strategic Design. Manages multidisciplinary teams in strategic design projects focused on innovation: environments, exhibitions, shops, franchise models, furniture and packaging for clients such as Hi, Metro Rio, O Globo, Diageo, Valley, Ipiranga, Rio2016, Sonangol and Technos. * The IED Rio reserves the right to postpone the course if you do not get a quorum. [-]

Dress making course

Esaie Couture Design School
Campus Part time 6 weeks Open Enrollment USA Manhattan

Make yourself a custom fit dress in 6 weeks! This class reveals the secrets of cutting from a commercial pattern, construction methods and foolproof fitting techniques to make the dress fit you, perfectly. Learn to be a dress maker! [+]

Make yourself a custom fit dress in 6 weeks! This class reveals the secrets of cutting from a commercial pattern, construction methods and foolproof fitting techniques to make the dress fit you, perfectly. Learn to be a dress maker! Course Outline Learn about fabrics and notions Learn to measure your body Learn to work with a commercial pattern Learn to prepare fabric for cutting Learn construction techniques Learn zipper insertion Learn proper pressing and finishing techniques Course Duration: 6 weeks, 3 hours, once per week Fabric & Supplies 1 1/2 yards cotton muslin fabric 2 1/2 yards fashion fabric (instructor will advise) Thread, measuring tape, fabric scissors, paper scissors, pins, a seam ripper, hand needles and Vogue pattern V8766 Prerequisites Some sewing machine experience is needed If none, 2-Hour Sew Simple Workshop or 4-Hour Learn to Sew in A Day is recommended [-]

Advanced Training Course In Digital Editor

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Milan
Campus Part time 7 months January 2017 Italy Milan

In a world dominated by new network language that, in continuous evolution, require constant updating, the Course of Advanced Education in Digital Editor is aimed at those who want to become a professional online communication. The course aims to form a new professional with versatile skills in the creation and editing of content, the raw material of the web. Aimed at providing the how-to on image manipulation, production of video content and text related to the network languages, investigates and highlights the current scenarios of online communication. The Digital Editor combines the technical and creative skills functional ethic both in self-employment and in that company. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Arts 2017. THIS PROGRAM 'TAUGHT IN ITALIAN Who should attend: The Course of Advanced Education in Digital Editor is aimed at those working in the web or, in particular world, the brand content, to those who work in publishing, to journalists who need to convert to the digital world, in startupper, undergraduates and graduates wishing to specialize in digital-related professions. addresses of specialization: The Digital Editor is an eclectic professional whose duties range from the content providing content and community management. Acts as a "craftsman" of communication in a work environment that favors labor information as raw material, declined in the forms of gift, videos, posts, articles short and long-form, gallery, quizzes and status on social networks whose substance is in perpetual becoming, thanks to the new languages ​​changing the network. Methodology and structure: The Course of Advanced Education in Digital Editor explores new multimedia languages ​​made possible by endemic editing tools to the online world (gallery, quizzes, articles accompanied of moving images such as gift). The route runs between the parallel worlds of publishing and brand, both served by various forms of web content. It deals with the working environment of the Digital Editor, creator / artisan who builds content and monitors the content of third parties offering new perspectives. And 'it provided a writing workshop for the web with the aim of teaching a correct writing on line, indispensable to the construction of effective content. Students devote themselves to the development of content short, longform and hybrid cross media formats for editorial and commercial brand. It analyzes the importance of big data, or analysis tools like Google Analytics, indispensable today to assess the effectiveness of the production of content (blog posts) for an online world that is evolving towards the personalization of services offered to 'user. Students come to the acquisition of know-how related to new editorial tools. Writing online platforms like Wordpress are essential for building content online. Theoretical lessons are flanked laboratories photo & video editing made by leading figures from the web sector, which allow members to practice in the classroom building an archive of a specially developed material, a kind of individual portfolio, possibly useful during the interview. During the course students develop a collective project in collaboration with a leading website universe on line Italian. There are two targeted roundtables to discuss, with experts in languages ​​and business model for the network, the future of content and the potential business developments for anyone who is interested in implementing a project of his or an online startup. [-]