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Creative Fashion Illustrations

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus 3 weeks March 2017 United Kingdom London

By studying the Creative Fashion Illustrations short course at LCCA, you gain an understanding of drawing fashion illustrations using a creative and unique approach. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Arts in Europe. Creative Fashion Illustrations By studying the Creative Fashion Illustrations short course at LCCA, you gain an understanding of drawing fashion illustrations using a creative and unique approach. You will also benefit from being taught by friendly and expert staff who are practicing professionals with extensive expertise in Higher Education. Undergoing this engaging and extensive programme of tutorials, seminars and high-profile visiting lecturers in the heart of London, will equip you with a range of skills. In addition, you will be encourage to develop your own style and presentational skills. You will also be introduced to Adobe Photoshop and use it to enhance your portfolio of illustrations. Course Requirements Minimum age: 16 English proficiency: intermediate Eligible to study in the UK Intake January, March, May, October 2017 [-]

Art Direction (art Direction) High Creative Performance Program

Barcelona School of Creativity
Campus 1 year September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Advertising enters the eye. Images, brands or posters are the first assault the consumer to get their attention and capture their interest, even before the message itself. And they are in the hands of the art director. [+]

Advertising enters the eye. Images, brands or posters are the first assault the consumer to get their attention and capture their interest, even before the message itself. And they are in the hands of the art director. Bernbach said that advertising is not a science but an art. And you're going to be the director. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The art director is as responsible for creativity as the copy. Therefore, in addition to learn creativity, learn aesthetic, graphic design, editorial design, illustration, world of print, photography, film, fashion, creative trends, new technologies ... and will elaborate a portfolio to show that you have learned. The duration of the program is one academic year: three quarters, four hours a day Monday through Thursday, but surely, your training, your book and your future will require greater dedication of hours. THE AGENDA OF THE PROGRAM GRAPHIC DESIGN In the foundations of the art direction is graphic design. Line, shape, color, balance, rhythm, typography and calligraphy, image, brand ... they are the basis on which any communication action is constructed. Be prepared to work editorial design, signage, branding, corporate identity and packaging until you get to master them ... and enjoy them. SOME CONTENTS: Design Elements - Phases of a graphic project - Branding - Link between image and text - Design Typographic - Packaging - Color Theory - Signs and stands - Design of large formats - Composition and layout of brochures - How to choose the best system print - Learning from the masters of graphic design - there is a lot written about tastes - ... ART DIRECTION & MEDIA The tasks of the art director when creating and producing a campaign both in audiovisual media and graphics or digital are so many, so complex and so varied that this matter promises to be a real marathon to sprint. Traditional media, direct marketing, digital media ... from the most spectacular spot the most discreet banner, intervention art director is fundamental. SOME CONTENTS: The art director in the shoot - Learn to make a shooting board - Art for Apps - Special formats press - Arguing to defend your work - Buzoneo - Billboards outdoor media - A banner is not a small ad - Advertising POS - Decide on the casting - Adapting to different formats and media - promotions and direct mailings - ... NO NETWORK For if you have not clear yet, the main work of a creative is not: it is thinking. And to tell your ideas do not need a computer. The computer is just a tool, and a tool can not condition them. So, be prepared to climb a step on your creativity and desenchúfate. Draw, manipulate, cut and paste, copy, search, modeling, dirty ... are just some of the things you have to do to get it. SOME CONTENTS: Pencil & Moleskine - Marking a story board - Basics illustration - Tips to make a sketch - real models - Packaging and dies - Make typography ... really - Collage - Create and manipulate textures - materials at your fingertips - secrets of the photocopier - ... PHOTOGRAPHY, development and production Tools and disciplines that must know and master the art director are growing day by day. You have to know how to use all kinds of programs, there is knowledge of photography, post-production, film, printing techniques, and ... And, increasingly, new technologies, platforms and even programming. Knowledge does not take place, but it will take care a long time. SOME CONTENTS: Video and photo: art director to director of photography - Ruédalo yourself - Graphic production - Make and check original - Digital production: wireframe to final product - Production process of a spot: agency, producer and director - Mobile video - technological Projects and painting an art director in all this? - WORKSHOP CAMPAIGNS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BOOK Book, portfolio, reel, folder, reel, demo ... call it as you call it, it is the most important thing you have to do if you want to find work in an advertising agency. time to get to work with your partner in ideas, ads and campaigns has come. We expect real products and briefings, professional standards and, above all, many hours of work hand in hand with an art director. SOME CONTENTS: The best format - Selection of parts - Integrated Campaigns - How to make complex ideas - Creating video-cases - common errors - explanatory Charts - The interview - Contacting - Media and recommended supports - The book of double - ... CREATIVE WORKSHOP INNOVATION Technology has changed our lives forever influencing the culture, the economy, relations or communication. And, of course, advertising. In this workshop you will understand and master the new media technologies and formats. You'll practically using technologies like Arduino, Virtual Reality, 3D printing or gaming campaigns. there are no barriers to new creativity. And you, hand in hand with your creative partner, have ahead many sessions to prove it. SOME CONTENTS: Design Thinking and product innovation - Workshop Arduino and creative technologies - Experimenting with virtual reality - Campaigns mobile: generating useful and creative apps for brands - The virality and "snacking" content - 3D printing: shaping your ideas - Creating games that makes people want to produce and want to play- the transmedia campaigns - creative Facilities: guerrilla marketing effect "wow" - can the software be the idea of ​​a campaign? [-]

Pre-Master Program

Domus Academy
Campus 4 months October 2017 Italy Milan

The Domus Academy Pre-Master’s Program is a four-month intensive postgraduate course that will prepare you to enter a Master’s program at Domus Academy. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Arts in Europe. In just four months of study, you’ll be ready to enter a master’s program in design. Begin your future today! You are looking ahead with excitement to a rewarding and creative career in design. Your next big step is earning your master’s degree at the renowned design school Domus Academy. Before you apply, you can take this opportunity to strengthen your background in design. You can expand your knowledge of the design world, hone your technical skills, and build an outstanding portfolio of projects. Program The Domus Academy Pre-Master’s Program is a four-month intensive postgraduate course that will prepare you to enter a Master’s program at Domus Academy. You can choose between 12 master’s programs at Domus Academy in the broad areas of arts, design, fashion, and branding/ communication. Or you can apply to design programs at other schools in Italy or abroad. Created for graduates who have at least three years of university-level study, the Pre-Master’s Program will give you the foundational understanding of design that is required for entry into the Domus Academy master’s-level programs. It will also give you the valuable opportunity to construct a professional portfolio under the guidance of mentors who are experts in the field. What you will learn – Your knowledge of broad design domains and your practical skills within each of these domains. – A clear understanding of the range of themes and processes relevant to a specialized area of study. – A professional portfolio in your area of interest, following the guidelines for entrance to the Domus Academy master’s-level programs. – The technical skills and organizational abilities you need for master’s-level learning, acquired through labs and project activities. – A variety of techniques and tools to better communicate and present your design ideas. How you will learn Our faculty members teach according to Domus Academy’s renowned “learning by designing” approach. Thematic lectures are supported by laboratory sessions, project activities, and visits to design studios. You will have the flexibility to focus on your own areas of interest while meeting overall course objectives. Intensive English Language Course While attending the Pre-Master’s Program, you can improve your English. You must score 4.0 or higher on the IELTS exam to begin the Intensive English course, which is 3 modules of 3 weeks each for 3, 6, or 9 weeks. Each module is 30 hrs in classroom and 60 hrs online for 3, 6, or 9 weeks. Each 3-week segment can improve your English by 0.5 IELTS points. You must score 5.0 for entry into Domus Academy. Admission & Requirements Applicants wishing to enroll in the Pre-Master’s Program shall meet the entry requirements outlined below: – At least 15 years of previous education – Holding a first level academic degree (bachelor degree or academic diploma). – Certificate of English language: minimum entry level requirement IELTS 4.0 The Pre-Master’s Program has limited number of places. The places will be assigned on a first come-first accepted basis. [-]

UX and Digital Design Week

Future London Academy
Campus 1 week August 2017 United Kingdom London

During a whole week you’ll immerse yourself into London's technology industry exploring hottest trends and latest inventions. You’ll get firsthand knowledge about modern digital product and service design with lectures and workshops from world’s best design studios and product companies. [+]

During a whole week, you’ll immerse yourself into London's technology industry exploring hottest trends and latest inventions. You’ll get firsthand knowledge about modern digital product and service design with lectures and workshops from world’s best design studios and product companies. You will learn best practices and methods, design strategy and management, design for modern platforms (the web, mobile, internet of things, wearables, service design), tools. Experienced professionals will deepen their knowledge and will get a fresh perspective — you’ll feel yourself more confident by the end of the programme, knowing you’re working on a world-class level of competence. Younger designers and product managers will learn modern digital product design practices firsthand. And of course, it’s a fantastic networking opportunity. UK is one of the most advanced countries in UX and interface design. It has a vast number of design studios who create groundbreaking products. It developed a strong start-up scene with lots of young and successful companies that create a competitive product market. Also due to an early development of a service-based economy many of the classical businesses invest in design as a part of their strategy. And of course many of the technological giants have offices in London. As a result, London has accumulated a great number of brilliant world-renowned designers. Plus UK was always known for its systematic approach, so it is definitely a place to learn how to deal with projects big and small. This course is a mix of lectures and workshops, all conducted at designers’ natural working environment that gives even better perspective on how they create the most successful products. This experience will boosts your skills, bring new connections and positive emotions. Structure of the programme: Boosting breakfast: t​he first activity of the day includes informal activities over breakfast to activate brain and body to receive the creative stimuli of the day. During the boosting breakfasts you will interact with other participants, share your ideas, experiences and expectation for the day and meet local professionals to get to know more about the backstage of the creative industry. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture or a hands-on workshop. Practical exercise: a short task to follow up morning session and make everyone unlock their brain's full potential Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions w​e will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: i​t is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work.    Debrief and the city: a​fter a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. The weekend: t​he weekend will be dedicated to cultural and social activities, visitings exhibitions and exciting places in London Who is this programme for? Digital product designers, UX and visual designers
 Design managers and art directors
 UX researchers and analysts
 Service designers and product managers
 Team leaders and managers You will learn: Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing, and product launch for web, mobile, wearables, and internet of things
 How human-centered design can help your projects
 How do world’s best design team and companies work: processes, teams, workspaces, and culture
 Methods and tools for digital product design
 Digital product design trends
— Different ways to use design to change people's behaviour
 Oldest pubs and best craft beers Course curator   Yury Vetrov, Head of Portal UX, Mail.Ru Group Yury heads Portal UX design team at Mail.Ru Group, one of two largest Russian internet companies that develops 20 multi-platform products. Before becoming a big deal at Mail.ru Group, Yury had his own UX consultancy. He also runs a blog on UX Strategy in Russian, curates one of the most popular UX communities, writes forSmashing Magazine and UXMatters, organises Moscow Dribbble Meetup and teaches at British Higher School of Art & Design Schedule Dates: 14-20 August 2017 
Educational programme: 14-18 August 2017, 10am-6pm Cost £2,450 – full programme, shared accommodation 
£1,995 – full programme, no accommodation [-]

Course in Basic Photography

Istituto Italiano di Fotografia
Campus 2 weeks June 2017 Italy Milan

This course is dedicated to those who want to have a first approach to the world of digital photography, both indoors and outdoors, starting with the basics of photographic technique. The various photographic genres will be addressed by the portrait in studio and in a “household” - considering the use of tools and equipment available to the students - and the landscape, intended as a research of expression through special technical languages. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Arts in Europe. With our Early Booking campaign you can obtain a 15% discount on the course fee if you make the full payment by February 28th 2017. This course is dedicated to those who want to have a first approach to the world of digital photography, both indoors and outdoors, starting with the basics of photographic technique. The various photographic genres will be addressed by the portrait in studio and in a “household” - considering the use of tools and equipment available to the students - and the landscape, intended as a research of expression through special technical languages. Moreover it will be developed a section devoted to reportage, with a specific focus on street photography. This in order to learn a first approach to build possible photographic service, through exercises “in the field” and the introduction to topics of photo editing. Duration: 4-15 July 2016 (approximately 20 lessons over 2 weeks) Cost: € 800 VAT included Location: Italy, Milan, via E.Caviglia 3 Frequency: 2 weeks, 5 days per week (Monday - Friday) with 1 outdoor lessons Morning session hours: 10:00-13:00 Afternoon session hours: 14:00-17:00 Hours of Instruction: aproximately 60 hours in total Language of Instruction: English Certificate issued: Certificate of attendance Topics Theory of Technique: small and medium-format cameras lighting equipment for shooting light metering systems, digital photography portrait: studio characteristics, accessories and lighting schemes use of window light for portrait shooting in photographic studio with a professional studio lighting landscape: elements of composition, shooting technique and equipment critical reading of the images Reportage: shooting technique street photography planning and executing of the reportage critical reading of the images guided exercises outdoors photo editing and Post production: introductory elements of photo editing early approaches to the principles of image selection and construction of the photographic story digital imaging and archiving first approach to post production and use of photographic softwears (lightroom and photoshop) * all lessons are both theoretical and practical Required Equipment: Camera with manual mode Memory Card compatible with your digital camera Battery compatible with your digital camera + battery charger (and adapter to European power source if coming from outside of Italy) Optional: USB Key or external hard drive to facilitate file transfer How to Enroll: Complete the Enrollment form online Provide a copy of your passport Pay the course fee by 23 May 2016 Number of Participants: The minimum number of participants for the course to initiate is 6 people. We will confirm by 3 June 2016 the initiation status of the course with those who have enrolled so that travel arrangements can be made. In the event the the course does not initiate, enrollment fees will be 100% refunded. Modes and Options for Payment: Modes of payment: check or bank transfer (the instructions for the payment will be sent via email after compilation of the enrollment form) Options for payment: Option 1: single payment of € 800 on or before 23 May 2016 Option 2: two payments, paying the full amount by 23 May 2016 pay the initial enrollment fee of € 200 upon enrolment pay the balance of € 600 by 23 May 2016 Cancellations: Students may cancel their enrollment to the course at any time. Enrollment fees paid are non refundable. Upon cancellation, the amount refunded to the student will depend on when the student cancels. Refunds given upon cancellation are as follows: Cancel by 25 April 2016, student receives 100% refund (not including enrollment fee) Cancel by 31 May 2016, student receives 50% refund (not including enrollment fee) Cancel on 03 June 2016 or after, no refund is given to student [-]

Course Strobist

GrisArt Escuela Superior de Fotografía
Campus Part time 15 hours May 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Strobist Course meets the need of professional photographers or advanced students to create powerful images with basic technical solutions. [+]

The Strobist Course meets the need of professional photographers or advanced students to create powerful images with basic technical solutions. Lighting is the resource that most interest usually provides a good image, so its control is crucial. Its content addresses these two needs: - a subject creatively Lighting indoor and outdoor, without depending on the ambient light or combining it with her, by limited technical resources. - Acquire skills with small portable flashes and reflectors, and increase their creative abilities. The course provides a body of knowledge applicable from the first moment and suggests avenues for further research and independent learning. Participants will discover the endless combinations provided by this system and creative possibilities applicable in multiple contexts.... [-]


Introduction to Professional Photography Practice (Part-time Program London)

Spéos Paris-London Photographic Institute
Campus Part time 10 weeks October 2017 United Kingdom London

The course establishes a solid foundation of camera techniques and digital workflows before learning lighting skils for still life, fashion and portraiture. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Arts in Europe. 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. 2 hours per week during 10 weeks. Wednesdays, 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm Price per workshop: £ 690 The course establishes a solid foundation of camera techniques and digital workflows before learning lighting skils for still life, fashion and portraiture. [-]

One Year Intensive Interior Design Course

NAD - Nuova Accademia del Design
Campus 1 year October 2017 Italy Verona

The Annual Interior Design Course aims to create professionals who are ready to enter the profession. Never before has this figure turned out to be strategic for the creation of new jobs while focusing on the design skills which are typical of an interior designer and their knowledge of creating expert and highly-realistic 3D views. [+]

The Annual Interior Design Course aims to create professionals who are ready to enter the profession. Never before has this figure turned out to be strategic for the creation of new jobs while focusing on the design skills which are typical of an interior designer and their knowledge of creating expert and highly-realistic 3D views. The end customer buys 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 anyone in possession of a degree levev Education Diploma. It is preferable to have a minimum knowledge of using PC with Windows or Mac operating system. Professional outcomes The specialization obtained during the course allows you to work in companies in the furniture and furnishing sector, in design and design studies, in estate agencies, furniture stores and work as an Industrial Designer, Project Designer or freelance consultant for specific projects . The skills learned in the rendering industry, thanks to the use of the software Cinema 4D, will allow to also assess prospects for cooperation with studies or technical departments of graphic companies for the realization of catalogs and brochures or other furniture. Program of the course During the course we will be provided all the educational tools to complete the career and obtain the qualification in interior credited AIPI (Italian Association of Interior Designers). It will be provided free of a specific program for architects and managed exclusively by the Academy of Design in accordance with Software Dynamics who developed it. In addition each member will have supplied a special "student kits" consisting of everything you need to follow the course. The program is divided into modules dedicated to different areas of the objects of design to ensure the achievement of learning objectives. Topics covered during the year are divided into educational areas to allow to acquire a working method and to compare with different levels of difficulty of the project. The course is on the study of subjects such as history of design, the materials used, color theory, plants and lighting techniques, technical drawing, budget analysis, the different types of residential and commercial furniture and then focused with exercises conducted by professors and experts, on the realization of a project with the presentation of a complete processed in its entirety. In this way each participant will have all the tools to prepare technical specifications, but also leaving space to their creativity, a complete project to be presented to the end customer. Particular attention will be paid in addition to the technical drawing freehand, who will serve a first part of the course, even to 3D modeling elements, and to the careful and thorough study of the innovations in terms of rendering with the latest eye-popping performance of the Maxon Cinema program 4D. Nowadays, in fact, it is indispensable engage in design of interiors without being in possession of advanced skills in rendering engines, and on the photorealistic lighting techniques. Within the specific educational program for the design of interiors, the course includes some very interesting add-on modules that in some cases, which complete the formation of the designer, and in other cases have the function to open a window to specific themes. Inside the course will address the following topics by experts in the industry professionals for a total of 184 hours. Garden Design Module Planning Module Lighting tecniques Module Feng Shui Module Luxuring Design Module In-Design Module Photoshop module and C4D During the academic path some lessons will be devoted to useful arguments to face the world of work: writing a résumé, deal properly and effectively a job interview, become a freelancer, to register for VAT, prepare a portfolio of their own work, their own website and deal with the customer first. Lessons are conducted by employment consultants and consulting experts for start-up of companies. Topics covered Cultural instruments Furniture history From baroque up to 20 years Starring the world of design from the 20s to today The professional The skills and relationships with customers Leading companies Products that have become recognized and recognizable symbols Expressive tools Geometric drawing Geometric representation of interior spaces, furniture and furniture Draw & Survey Technical and practical tools Techniques of representation Different representation techniques finalized in the communication of the project Digital technical drawing Introduction to Professional ArredoCAD and thousands of libraries contained therein Exercises and use of Cad furniture program for both 2D and 3D part and on Rendering the final project Technological devices Color and lighting Color Theory Relationship between colors, materials and finishes to define the character of an environment lighting system design, analyzing the types of lighting fixtures and their applications building technology Knowledge of the structural characteristics and system of a dwelling Budget analysis and budget Budget analysis and how to draw up a bill of Project tools Ex-tempore Drawing exercises and significant skills in the classroom with the teacher's help and at home Annual project a space with the furniture design studio to the definition of the color design, materials and finishes 3D modeling tools with Maxon C4D Analysis basic settings Basic tools (move, scale, rotate etc ...) Modeling of polygonal objects and different modeling techniques Boolean functions Creating materials and textures Mapping and application materials Technical lighting Parameter settings of render Technical basis for animations inside made environments Introduction to advanced modules render Representation tools and photorealistic rendering Scene composition and framing Libraries of furnishing and usage and online resources advanced materials, volumetric materials, use and settings views and cameras to the interior architecture Lights and Lighting advanced, Global Illumination and HDRI Animation for visualization of internal rooms, subjective shot, tracking shot, zoom, rolling and other shooting techniques rendering parameters and effects, advanced settings for the interior advanced polygonal modeling, analysis tools and techniques Modeling of complex forms, how to model a lamp or an object of curvilinear furnishings and other complex shapes. Working with layers and create presets Objects and dynamic logic to understand MoGraph, effetuatori and objects Cloth Dynamics Particle, particle and force systems Basic concepts of motion graphics Advanced materials and shaders multichannel Advanced materials and shaders multichannel and points of view cameras Animation basics, how to animate objects and parameters Advanced animation timeline and adjustments, keyframe, curves, f-curves Linked object animation, kinematics and inverse kinematics smart programming objects and effects, Xpresso basics Hair module, a fickle form, obtaining fur, meadows, thatched roofs rendering parameters and effects, advanced settings, and Global ambient occlusion lighting; Exporting an image in Photoshop, render multipass, provision for adjustment of the image Introducing V-Ray Introduction to compatibility with Adobe After Effects Exporting an image in Adobe Photoshop, render multipass, provision for adjustment of the image Professors Arch. Marta Paganotto: the interior design teacher Dr Cecilia Comencini: lecturer in design of gardens and outdoor Ing. Francesca Poli: Arch plant lecturer. Riccardo Rubini: lighting professor Dr. Pierfrancesco Ros: feng shui lecturer Dr. Roberto Conato: luxuring of living lecturer Dr. Simonetta Desiato: graphics teacher Arch. Rosario Carotenuto: 3D modeling teacher How to register To register please complete the inquiry form and in all its parts. Finale examination and certificate At the end, after examination and verification of the work done during the duration of the course you will receive a certificate of specialization and expertise by a vote of thirty in accordance with applicable laws. The value of the certificate of the on-line course and in the classroom is the same. [-]

TECHNOLOGY AND THE STAGE

The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College Dublin.
Campus 2 days February 2017 Ireland Dublin

A two day workshop covering the principles and practices in lighting a small theatre production including rigging and focusing theatre lanterns, the use of special effects, programming the operating desk and the operation of follow spots. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Arts in Europe. A two day workshop covering the principles and practices in lighting a small theatre production including rigging and focusing theatre lanterns, the use of special effects, programming the operating desk and the operation of follow spots. The course will include practical sessions as well as presentations from the tutor. Day two will focus on sound design covering what sound is and how it can be managed, systems and equipment and how to use them, troubleshooting and the basics involved in setting up the sound for a small theatre production. Cancellation Policy The full course fee is payable as acceptance of an offer of a place on the course. In the event of cancellation more than two months prior to the course start date, a sum of €100 will be retained to cover administration costs. In the event of a cancellation less than two months prior to the course start date, the sum of €250 will be retained. A withdrawal less than one month before the course start date will result in the forfeiture of the entire fee. Application Requirements Fluency in the English language is essential. A commitment to punctuality, discipline and preparation is required from every participant. Information on what to wear etc. will be sent to successful applicants once they have been accepted onto the course. [-]

Immersion in Irish Material Culture: Creation & Curation

Uversity
Campus 5 days July 2017 Ireland Dublin

The programme enables participants to explore and experience Ireland’s rich material culture heritage. [+]

Immersion in Irish Material Culture: Creation & Curation About this programme The programme enables participants to explore and experience Ireland’s rich material culture heritage. Participants will explore the field of material culture curation and gain an understanding of how leading designers conceive, research, develop, execute, communicate and reflect on their ideas. Based in Dublin and Kilkenny, the programme includes talks, field trips and studio visits to museums, galleries and leading craft, design and applied art studios. Through informed discussions, expert presentations and demonstration workshops, participants will examine the current theory and practices of Irish material culture and come to understand its development, rich legacy, context and curation. The programme will be led by Alex Milton, Programme Director of Irish Design 2015, in partnership with Design and Craft Council of Ireland and leading design academics, Angela O’Kelly, Head of Design for Body and Environment at the National College of Art & Design and Mary Ann Bolger, lecturer in design history and theory at Dublin Institute of Technology. The programme will include: Presentations by leading academics and experts in Irish material culture. Field trips to the National Craft Gallery, the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland, and studios of leading designers and craft makers. Guest talks by leading design commissioners and retailers Curatorial critique of students creative proposals with course tutors and external industry experts Demonstration workshops How much will it cost? The programme will cost €1,000 to include information sessions, workshops, materials, lunch and refreshments. Excludes accommodation and other meals. Uversity can certify your attendance at this short programme. Should you require official documentation to be produced, please contact Uversity. When will it take place? This programme will take place in Dublin and Kilkenny and will run twice in 2017. 17th – 21st July 21st – 25th August Both programme offerings are subject to a minimum enrolment of 10. How to apply We welcome participants of all ages and backgrounds. All applicants will be asked to submit a maximum of 300 words critique of a piece of craft, applied art or material culture. [-]

Foundation Studies in Studio Arts

Metàfora Art School
Campus 37 weeks January 2017 Spain Barcelona

Metàfora’s art foundation is designed for students on starter’s level who wish to pursue further education in art. Students on this modality are offered a broad introduction to different techniques as well as a fair amount of art history. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Arts in Europe. “Having an experience is taking part in the world. Taking part in the world is really about sharing responsibility.” Olafur Eliasson Foundation Program in Studio Arts (Starter’s level) – Five studio blocks of 6-7 weeks, optional 1-week block (Madrid), 2 optional exhibition credits What is the Foundation Program? Metàfora’s art foundation is designed for students on starter’s level who wish to pursue further education in art. Students on this modality are offered a broad introduction to different techniques as well as a fair amount of art history. We consider it basic to help students to produce a body of work as extensive as possible, to broaden their horizon and to introduce new ways for working and perceiving art. Metàfora’s Starter’s Level is recognized as a Foundation Course in the UK. [-]

Marco Polo/Turandot prog. CILS preparatory courses for Chinese students

Fondazione Campus
Campus November 2017 Italy Lucca

The Campus Italian Language School offers Italian language and general culture courses for students, managers and citizens [+]

The Campus Italian Language School offers Italian language and general culture courses for students, managers and citizens from all over the world. Our highly qualified teaching staff all have vast experience in teaching Italian to foreign students. The Campus Italian Language School in Lucca is affiliated with the University of Siena , and is responsible for teaching Italian language and culture to students, including those from abroad, in particular to students in the MARCO POLO and TURANDOT projects. It prepares them for the CILS B1/B2 Italian language proficiency examinations The exams are taken at the school, a recognized examination centre and, according to an intergovernmental agreement laid down between Italy and China, proficiency at this level allows Chinese students access to Italian universities. The Campus Foundation for Mediterranean Studies offers Italian language courses and organises courses aimed at preparing students not only to achieve linguistic competence but also in other specific subjects according to the faculty chosen. Courses last for ten months, for a total of 1000 hours, of which 80 hours of classroom teaching per month and 80 hours ( spread over the whole formative period) of general support and assistance. In collaboration with Academies, Institutes, Artist workshops and high profile Professional workshops, The Campus Italian Language School organizes courses in music, art, fashion, wine and food, and Made in Italy, which are designed to familiarize the student with Italian culture. [-]

Digital Cinema Post-Production - Module 4

HandsOn International School of Filmmakers
Campus Part time 81 hours June 2017 Malta Sliema

The course explores techniques that can be applied in a range of non-linear digital editing programs and is designed to familiarize students with all the skills necessary to explore the magic of picture and story manipulation. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Arts in Europe. Course Overview The course explores techniques that can be applied in a range of non-linear digital editing programs and is designed to familiarize students with all the skills necessary to explore the magic of picture and story manipulation. The course is intended to provide a greater understanding of the imaginative and technical side of editing and storytelling. Post-Production – 3 Weeks Introduction to Non-Linear Editing Understanding Workflows Setting up Project & Sequence Source & Program Monitors Editing Essentials Putting Clips in Motion Adding Titles & Transitions Video Effects & Basic Color Correction Editing & Mixing Audio Exporting a Master Copy Final Project Management Steps Importing Projects or Sequences Courseware is a mix of classroom lessons, editing work, assignments & a final course project. Digital Cinema Post-Production – Course Hours Breakdown: School Hours: 06 Hrs. Contact (Theoretical – with Tutor) 30 Hrs. HandsOn (Practical – with Tutor) Extra Hours: 15 Hrs. Self Study (Assignments) 30 Hrs. Assessment (Course Project) 81 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. Students are required to provide their own laptop. [-]

One year Course in Total Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Madrid
Campus 1 year October 2017 Spain Madrid

The Total Design One Year Course is carried out over one academic year, with a journey though the various disciplines of design and communication. It is aimed at those who wish to begin their training in the areas of product, interior, graphic and fashion design. [+]

THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH The Total Design One Year Course is carried out over one academic year, with a journey though the various disciplines of design and communication. It is aimed at those who wish to begin their training in the areas of product, interior, graphic and fashion design. Throughout the Total Design Course all the basic theoretical and practical aspects of design will be covered and projectual facets are examined through workshops and lessons, encompassing all the main subjects for the professional exercise of design and project culture. The IED Madrid is a space for training, research and innovation where students work on creative and multidisciplinary projects, forming part of teams at companies. The academic year culminates with a project in the form of a competition. In this case it will be for the firm Tetra Pak andGlenfiddich. In previous editions, students have worked with companies such as MUJI, HOSS Intropia, Skunkfunk, VANS, Hendricks, Alvarno, Baruc Corazón, and The Art Company. The Total Design One Year Courses are given in English and Spanish. During the first semester training is given separately in each language, where Spanish students receive English classes and vice versa. In the second semester the course is taught jointly. The Course in Total Design is aimed at those who want to embark on their design studies. It is divided into three areas: fashion design, product design and graphic design, which culminate with the production of a final transverse project. The Course in Total Design will cover all artistic, conceptual, technical and projectual design elements, through workshops and theoretical lessons, so that students learn about the foundations of design. [-]

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. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Arts in Europe. 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. [-]