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Interior Design in Fashion and Luxury Retail

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Part time 3 - 10 weeks March 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, 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. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in England in United Kingdom. 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 (January 2017, March 2017, May 2017) Full-time (June 2017, July 2017, August 2017) [-]

Interior and Experience Design Week

Future London Academy
Campus 1 week September 2017 United Kingdom London

This course will cover the areas of residential, retail and workspace design and provide methods to apply for interior projects in a variety of contexts. [+]

Do you want to observe directly how leading professionals use materials, technology, visual communication and storytelling to design memorable user experiences through the immersive built environment? This course will cover the areas of residential, retail and workspace design and provide methods to apply for interior projects in a variety of contexts. In one week you will participate in a rich mix of lectures and hands-on workshops that Future London Academy curated for you by partnering with successful design, consultancy and media practices. The programme matches the understanding of space from both the designer's and the user's perspective to equip you with both a technical and strategic angle for your future projects. The experiential approach of this course consists of technical, cultural and social activities that together enable you to tailor your own design practice.
 Besides some of the best design practices in the world, London nurtures a vibrant design community thanks to prestigious Art and Design institutions. This programme will also put you in contact with this community through informal gatherings, studio visits and debriefing moments with emerging designers and the course curator that will help the participant group deepen the understanding of the course subjects through collective content reviews. Structure of the programme: Monday: interior and experience design 
Tuesday: the state of the art of retail design
 Wednesday: smart living, the future of residential design 
Thursday: the future of the workplace
 Friday: interior design for cultural and community spaces The programme of the course is divided into five workshop days plus the weekend. The workshop days are divided into five parts:
 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 plus hands-on activity to validate the learnings or a full workshop.

 Lunch break: w​e will have a break between the morning and afternoon session and we will give you suggestions on the most interesting places to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. 

Afternoon session: i​t is the second session of the day, it will be the continuation of the morning session or we will move to the second partner of the day for a new subject.

 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 or 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, meeting some of the lecturers again and emerging designers in informal settings or planning longer visits of the London Design Festival events, including talks, exhibitions, workshops and launch parties. Who is this programme for? The experiential mode of the course allows student or professionals at any stage of their career to benefit from the content proposed and its multidisciplinary programme does not limit the access to design professionals. In particular, this course is addressed to people that:

 want to understand in practical terms how a project workflow works within design agencies.
 want to learn from expert professionals how design theory and methods turn into real strategy to tackle real case scenarios
 are keen to increase their understanding of the international design industry in a multicultural context like London during the London Design Festival
 want to evaluate opportunities, risks and peculiarities of different interior design fields want to expand their interior design practice by familiarising themselves with usercentric approaches This course will: help you broaden your knowledge of interior design show you the latest trends in the industry introduce you to the most influential British designers
 give you inspiration for future projects
 show you how to be competitive on the international arena
 teach you new tools, techniques and skills for your professional development Course curator Antonio Iadarola, transdisciplinary designer and social innovator, Phd candidate. Antonio has a strong interest in curating and designing collaboration processes and spaces. He is a trained industrial designer, with a Masters Degree in Narrative Environments from Central Saint Martins School of Arts and Design, a Phd candidate at the Second University of Naples, Italy and visiting scholar at the Parsons DESIS Lab, NYC. He specialises in the field of design for Social Innovation and in 2014 he founded Studio Wé in NYC, a transdisciplinary design studio whose projects range from context specific objects and spaces to visual communication and participatory experiences. Schedule Dates: 18-24 September 2017 
Educational programme: 18-22 September 2017, 10am-6pm Cost £1,995 – full programme, shared accommodation
 £1,625 – full programme, no accommodation [-]

Black & White Printing - The Stop-System (Part-time Program Paris)

Spéos Paris-London Photographic Institute
Campus Part time 5 weeks

This workshop presents black & white darkroom techniques, using the Stop System (a visual method invented at Speos) to understand and control the printing process. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in England in United Kingdom. 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. This workshop presents black & white darkroom techniques, using the Stop System (a visual method invented at Speos) to understand and control the printing process. By the end of the week, each participant will be able to judge the quality of a print and produce good black & white pictures. To follow the workshop, a film camera is indispensable. 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 [-]

Darkroom: Introduction to Black and White Processing and Printing

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

This is a beginners darkroom course, or a chance to take a refresher course if you have been away from darkrooms for a while. If you have used a basic camera (like a Holga or Lomo) or an advanced camera from the likes of Canon, Nikon or Pentax, this will give you a good grounding. [+]

We have a range of Photography courses in London at all levels. There are full time, part time and evening programmes leading to a qualification, as well as photography workshops and specialist short courses in digital photography, studio lighting, darkroom and alternative processes. Short digital and darkroom classes are suitable for beginners, but there are advanced and master class photography workshops as well. Our tutors are highly experienced photography practitioners offering a unique insight into the photographic medium. We are well resourced both in digital and analogue (traditional film) photography. Our studio has Elinchrom studio flash, Hi-Glide lighting support, radio triggers and meters. The photography digital suite has Apple Mac computers (running Photoshop), Eizo colour managed monitors and film scanners. The photography darkroom has enlargers for 35mm and medium format film and printing on resin coated as well as fibre papers, film processing and film scanners all in the same facility. Students from our courses regularly go on to higher education or become working freelance photographers, an achievement indeed in a very competitive environment. If you are interested in anything photographic, we may have the course for you. Course Overview This is a beginners darkroom course, or a chance to take a refresher course if you have been away from darkrooms for a while. If you have used a basic camera (like a Holga or Lomo) or an advanced camera from the likes of Canon, Nikon or Pentax, this will give you a good grounding. Even if you only have digital pictures, you can still print in a darkroom (see Factsheet). You will start out in the first session processing a film (you need to bring one with you, see the Factsheet for details) and you will move on to making contact prints and enlargements. We are able to sell you small quantities of paper, so you do not need to buy any ahead of the course. Watching your print appear under a red light is magic you will never forget. Campus: Chelsea Centre Times: Tue 18:00 - 21:00 [-]

Creative Visual Merchandising for Graduates and Professionals

University of the Arts London
Campus 10 weeks July 2017 United Kingdom London

Creative Visual Merchandising for Graduates and Professionals is an intensive course designed for visual merchandisers, art directors, set designers, stylists, creative graduates, as well as practicing visual merchandisers, who want to expand their experience, cultivate their practical skills and further develop a creative approach to creative display. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in England in United Kingdom. Creative Visual Merchandising for Graduates and Professionals is an intensive course designed for visual merchandisers, art directors, set designers, stylists, creative graduates, as well as practicing visual merchandisers, who want to expand their experience, cultivate their practical skills and further develop a creative approach to creative display. Content and Structure In response to an industry demand, this course provides a creative and relevant approach to exploring visual merchandising, creative display, set design and styling for still life. This course is designed to enrich your creativity and provide a supportive learning environment for personal and professional development Retail environments are becoming curated, emporiums and theatrical stages for sending out messages to the audience and engaging customers in the entertainment of brands and products. Showcasing fashion products in new and innovative ways enhances a brand’s identity, story and reach. The appropriate communication and promotion of clothing and accessories in both physical and digital environments is key to a brand’s message and can successfully define and propel the DNA of a brand forward. Creative visual display has become far more than simply developing the visual concept of a window display or a brand's retail and on-line store. Visual merchandisers, art directors and stylists oversee and art direct photo shoots and create imagery to be shared with the potential consumers. Responsible for the overall visual strategy, visual merchandisers are heavily involved in the brands creative process and contribute towards defining the style language of the brand, their target market and message, influencing all departments within the product creation and distribution chain. Throughout the course emphasis is placed on exploratory and versatile approaches to this subject through practical work carried out both as a group and independently. You will build your knowledge by being encouraged to unlock the potential of your existing Visual Merchandising skills. You will discover the creativity of your own discipline by developing new practical, analytical and interpretative skills. Successful and creative merchandising is all about balancing the creative with the practical. Projects will cover different aspects of visual merchandising – exploring research, design development, communication and presentation. Course Location King's Cross [-]

FdA in Professional & Commercial Dance, full-time [Shockout Arts]

University of Bolton
Campus 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom Manchester

This course is a partnership between the University of Bolton and Shockout Arts, based in central Manchester, and is designed to give you the edge to succeed in the busy performing arts market place. The course has been designed to reflect the needs of professional commercial organisations operating in this industry. It focuses on developing your practical skills to a high level and you will undertake your physical dance training in Shockout Arts’ high... [+]

Professional & Commercial Dance - FdA full-time [Shockout Arts] This course is a partnership between the University of Bolton and Shockout Arts, based in central Manchester, and is designed to give you the edge to succeed in the busy performing arts market place. The course has been designed to reflect the needs of professional commercial organisations operating in this industry. It focuses on developing your practical skills to a high level and you will undertake your physical dance training in Shockout Arts’ high-standard industry-approved dance studios. Additionally, your studies of specialist subject areas will be underpinned by knowledge and understanding of the key concepts needed for an all-round appreciation of commercial dance in a professional context. You will acquire a thorough grounding in Ballet, Jazz and Contemporary dance, and develop the knowledge and skills needed for a career in a variety of exciting and demanding professions in this industry. About the course Shockout Arts has longstanding links with organisations and employers in the performing arts industry throughout the United Kingdom and internationally. The programme is designed to address the current and future needs of such employers, and to enhance your lifelong career prospects as a professional commercial dancer. In addition, Shockout Arts’ highly experienced tutors are keen to make the time you spend with them as academically stimulating and rewarding as possible. The course includes a significant proportion of practical training and workshops where you will develop a range of techniques from most genres of commercial dance. Shockout Arts’ staff enjoy a well deserved reputation for being approachable and interested in their students’ progress. As a student on the FdA Professional and Commercial Dance programme you are assured individual support and guidance at every stage. Special features The programme features a variety of teaching and learning methods including visits, workshops, guest speakers, with a range of weekly practical dance training sessions equal to industry standards are provided. The two year programme includes a work placement in the performing arts industry. The programme is delivered by academic staff who are professional industry practitioners. This ensures the programme content is relevant and up-to-date. The focus of the assessments is varied and includes a range of practical activities that are underpinned with academic work-based assessments, which are undertaken professionally. There is a combination of theory and practice throughout the programme. What you will learn The practical elements of this course involve workshops and structured training in a range of dance genres. These are supported and underpinned by theory elements delivered through lectures, presentations, seminars and tutorials using the University of Bolton’s virtual learning environment, Moodle. You will gain additional insights and knowledge by attending talks given by visiting speakers who are active industry professionals. While this foundation degree is taught at Shockout Arts studios in Manchester, you will officially be enrolled as a student at the University of Bolton giving you full access to all of the University’s facilities. Many of these resources are available electronically so you can use them remotely. In particular, Moodle allows you to access learning materials and study aids via the internet so you can work on your studies from anywhere at any time. What you will study Level 1 – HE4 Historical Context and Classical Ballet; Creative Arts Research and Professional Practice; Contemporary Dance Technique; Introduction to Commercial Dance; Technical Jazz; Performer Technical Skills. At level 2 underpinning theories and basic practical dance skills are developed to an advanced stage and applied to a range of professional and commercial dance genres. Experiencing the Industry (Work Experience in the Performing Arts Industry); Technical Jazz 2 and Performance; Contemporary Dance Technique 2 and Performance; Commercial Dance Showcase; Advanced Classical Ballet Technique; Choreographic Devices. Throughout your programme you will be encouraged to reflect on the development of your academic and professional skills and make recommendations for self-improvement. You will learn to appraise your own performance and set targets building towards the creation of your academic and professional Personal Development Plan (PDP). Entry requirements This course is open to UK and EU students. Applications from International students cannot usually be accepted because the study location for this course does not have a Tier 4 licence. Therefore, if you require sponsorship under Tier 4 (i.e. a Tier 4 international student visa to study in the UK) then unfortunately we will be unable to consider your application for this course. 160 UCAS points from at least one, but preferably two, A2-levels (or equivalent such as BTEC or HND) and experience of dance is preferred. You should also have five GCSE passes at grade C or above (or equivalent) including English. In addition you will be required to attend an audition as part of the application process. The quality of the audition is the primary basis on which applicants, with at least the minimum entry requirements, are selected. There is an audition charge of £30 per applicant for 2014 entry to the programme, payable directly to Shockout Arts at the audition. If English is not your first language you will also normally need IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent). If you do not have the required English level, you can study English with us from IELTS 4.0 (or equivalent). [-]

Dress making course

Esaie Couture Design School
Campus Part time 6 weeks

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! [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in England in United Kingdom. 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 [-]

Future Filmmakers Programme Oxford Gap Year (for ages 17-19)

Oxford Royale Academy
Campus 12 weeks January 2017 United Kingdom Oxford

Take your film idea from "script to screen" in just 12 weeks under the personal supervision of award-winning film producer Bruce Windwood. [+]

Fuel your passion for Film Oxford Royale Academy’s Future Filmmakers Programme is a dynamic and creative course, designed to take students from “concept to screen” over a period of twelve weeks. An immersive introduction to the practicalities of Filmmaking, this course is a suitable for students keen to take their first steps in the business, as well as those looking to build or expand an existing portfolio. In general, the course suits students who demonstrate a strong desire to work in the industry through their personal portfolio, film-related education or previous employment. However, no prior Film experience is required. The Future Filmmakers Programme is a three-month residential course centred around the production of a short film. Yarnton Manor is a ready-made film set teeming with creative inspiration: ORA students have the unique opportunity to live and shoot their film in the historic Jacobean Estate. This is an intensely practical course designed for the scriptwriters, producers, and directors of tomorrow. The Principal Photography aspect of the course utilises industry standard equipment and allows students to work alongside professional actors and film crews. Students are guided throughout by experts in the field, covering every aspect of the ‘script-to-screen’ process alongside more practical elements of the film business. As well as creative direction, students are encouraged to consider the full life cycle of a commercial release, from distribution to marketing to contractual negotiations around film sales. The Future Filmmakers Programme aims to provide students with the first steps to a successful film career: practical, immersive experience alongside professional cast and crew, as well as a high-quality short film suitable for portfolio or as an industry calling card. Whether they go onto higher education or straight into the business, students leave Oxford Royale Academy with a concrete skill-set and proven filmmaking experience. HOW TO APPLY The Future Filmmakers Programme is available as part of either our Oxford Gap Year (for ages 17-19) or our Oxford Study Programme (for ages 19-25). The easiest way to secure your place is to apply online, using our simple online booking form. To start, please select the programme you would like to apply for from the two options below: Future Filmmakers Programme (as part of the Oxford Gap Year for ages 17-19) Future Filmmakers Programme (as part of the Oxford Study Programme for ages 19-25) Please use the age you will be on your desired start date. If you will be aged 19 on your chosen start date, please select the Oxford Study Programme. [-]

Introduction to Visual Merchandising

Fashion Retail Academy (FRA)
Campus 3 days August 2017 United Kingdom London

This course is designed as an introduction to the topic of Visual Merchandising providing practical information about how effective Visual Merchandising will increase sales and improve the overall image of a store. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in England in United Kingdom. This course is designed as an introduction to the topic of Visual Merchandising providing practical information about how effective Visual Merchandising will increase sales and improve the overall image of a store. The course includes: Role of a Visual Merchandiser Understanding the importance of brand identity and the theory of Interior Visual Merchandising Dressing, understanding and styling for mannequins Up selling via window display Creating and installing small window schemes Practical workshop to design and create own window The following aspects of Visual Merchandising are covered: In-store Visual Merchandising - examines the different components that contribute to creating high quality window displays and the factors to be considered when creating a professional window Role of the Visual Merchandiser - responsibilities of the Visual Merchandiser within the retail organisation, key skills required, a day in the life of a VM and department hierarchy Technical terminology and the mock shop - symmetrical and asymmetrical accessories display in the mock shop; assessment and evaluation of mock shop relating to window size, merchandise, lighting, scheme, mannequin grouping, colour, focal points, styles and sight lines Mannequins in Visual Merchandising - different styles of mannequins, ways of dressing, securing and mannequin grouping Planning and designing a window - effective planning of windows including different styling techniques, themes, colour, budgets, equipment, materials, production of a window plan and installing a window display Preparation and practical installation of planned window - selecting coverings, props and merchandise, dressing mannequins and final evaluation. Suitable for: Over 18 years of age, beginner. Pre-course prep In preparation for the course arrange to visit and compare some of the different retail areas in London including, Bond Street, Oxford Street and Westfield (White City or Stratford). Please Bring: Pen and notebook Calculator Duration 3 Days: 10.00am - 4.30pm (including lunch break) [-]

Summer School of Design: SUMMER MODULE 3D DESIGN AND DIGITAL FABRICATION

Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
Campus 3 weeks

Summer module “3D design and Digital fabrication” will be launched in 2014 based on a wide experience the teaching staff has acquired on previous international educational programmes which have been developed since 2006 and have gained popularity among participating universities. [+]

WHERE? St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University (SPbSPU), one of the oldest and prestigious institutions of higher education in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. SPbSPU cooperates with universities, international educational organizations and companies from all over the world and has long and wide experience in providing educational programs in different areas. WHAT? Summer module “3D design and Digital fabrication” will be launched in 2014 based on a wide experience the teaching staff has acquired on previous international educational programmes which have been developed since 2006 and have gained popularity among participating universities. Summer course “3D design and Digital fabrication” aims at bridging the gap between ideas and their physical representation by introducing students to the basics of three-dimensional modeling, analytic drawing, mock-up making and rapid prototyping technologies. It gives a unique opportunity to learn about product design process and practice different approaches to develop an idea into a prototype with the help of digital and analog techniques. The module includes 4 courses: - Three-dimensional modeling; - Analytic drawing; - Mock-up making; - Digital fabrication. Upon successful program completion students will receive SPbSPU certificate. FOR WHO? We invite a diverse auditorium of creative people: product or industrial designers, computer graphics artists, fine arts or business-focused students. The module will be of interest for both experienced designers and beginners who'd like to expand their knowledge and understanding of the subject area. Both Russian and international students can take part in the Summer School, all teaching will be conducted in English. WHY? The module consists of 3 weeks of intensive teaching: cross-disciplinary curricula offers courses which represent different stages of design process from hand drawing to computer visualization and production. Extensive practical work is aimed at gaining insight into contemporary product design process and is lead by qualified professors. The facilities for the courses include well-equipped laboratories, computer rooms and drawing studios of St.Petersburg State Polytechnical University. Part of the Summer School takes place in FabLab Polytech, a digital fabrication center located inside University's campus — a unique environment for creativity and collaboration. AND FINALLY… We welcome students to come to a wonderful city of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg is the cultural heart of Russia as well as an exiting megapolis of 5-million inhabitants. Studying in Saint-Petersburg is a great experience which will contribute significantly to the student’s future success. [-]

Short course - Arts and Cultural Management

European School of Economics
Campus 3 months January 2017 United Kingdom London

The ESE Professional Programme on Arts and Culture Management at the European School of Economics in Florence is designed to create innovative leaders within the visual arts and culture field. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in England in United Kingdom. The ESE Professional Programme on Arts and Culture Management at the European School of Economics in Florence is designed to create innovative leaders within the visual arts and culture field. Upon the completion of the course, students will have the opportunity to enter the pathway of the international art world within, for example, the museum environment and the art market. The programme combines rigorous coursework taught by professional docents and valuable on-site learning opportunities, in order to distinguish students within the public, private and nonprofit arts environment. Intake Dates: January, April, September Modules Offered: Foundation in Art History Art Marketing and Business International Business Decision Making E-Business and E-Commerce Total Course Hours: 144 Mode of Delivery: Each module holds a weekly 3-hour class ttotal 12 hours per week, Monday to Friday) Course Assessment: Mid Term Assessment (30%) Final Assessment (70%) Entry Requirements: Application form High-School Diploma Résumé / CV Intermediate command of the English language (TOEFL / IELTS is a plus) Photocopy of passport / ID document Three passport-sized photographs Non-refundable €50 application fee Maximum Number of Attendees: 30 (In order to provide a unique learning experience with a ratio between Professor to students, no more than 30 students will be admitted into this programme) Internship (optional): Upon successful completion of the programme participants may opt to take a 3-month internship fitted to their profile and career objectives. An assessment with the ESE Placement Officer will determine their eligibility for a placement. Professional Opportunities: The ESE Professional Programme in Arts and Cultural Management has been designed to prepare innovative leaders in the sector of Art and Culture. Upon conclusion of the course participants will be prepared for positions in Art Galleries and Auction Houses, as well as Communication and Marketing Consultants in the art sector like Art Funding Managers, Art Editor and Art Administrator for example. Credits & Recognition: Upon completion of the programme, participants will be awarded an ESE Certification of successful completion of the programme. [-]

Introduction to Editing

Met Film School
Campus 2 days September 2017 United Kingdom London

Editing is a core part of the filmmaking process. This is a highly practical introduction to the art of editing, focusing on the core editing techniques available as part of the Adobe CS6 suite with a particular emphasis on Adobe Premiere Pro ®. [+]

Editing is a core part of the filmmaking process. This is a highly practical introduction to the art of editing, focusing on the core editing techniques available as part of the Adobe CS6 suite with a particular emphasis on Adobe Premiere Pro ®. All students will learn key techniques from an industry professional tutor. This course is ideal for beginners looking for some hands-on experience. LEARNING GOALS Effectively manipulate data within the CS6 suite of tools Be able to use basic filters, transitions, motion and create titles Have the ability to navigate Adobe software and understand workflow Know how to check broadcast safe levels for export Be able to import and export files Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: The Introduction to Screenwriting course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]

Preparatory Course - Design Pre-Master’s

Istituto Marangoni
Campus 9 months

The course is focused in the second unit on product design and specifically in the study of ergonomics and the analysis of the object in relation to the space that it inhabits. The third unit will present the elements that comprise the foundamentals of accessories and jewellery design. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in England in United Kingdom. Starting from the study of art history and design in the 1900s, the subjects of visual brand identity and trend forecasting familiarize the learner to the skills in brand communication. The introduction of software for 3D graphic design representation will be an indispensible skill of visual design communication. The course is focused in the second unit on product design and specifically in the study of ergonomics and the analysis of the object in relation to the space that it inhabits. The third unit will present the elements that comprise the foundamentals of accessories and jewellery design. The abilities of the learners will be enriched by the complementary studies in the history of Italian and international art and design with the aim to foster their creativity and innovation. In the course there will be a research project, combining 3D visual imaging and design solutions that are innovative, creative and original. The social and cultural influences that inform the landscape of art and design will enhance the understanding of the discipline. During the course there will be a variety of different seminars intended to culturally stimulate, provoke and enrich the participants’ knowledge and perceptions of the subject of art and design, its context and meaning in design. The final portfolio of work will be assessed with the view to access a specialized master course provided by Istituto Marangoni. The course will give participants an ability to communicate visually design thinking. Learners will have the skills to articulate the development of those ideas through 2D mo- odboards, presentations, object analysis and proposals of ideas. The creative context in which the participants intend to work will be evident through the presentation that they make in the portfolio of the final body of work. Participants will therefore have a complete understanding of the principles that regulate the world and be able to choose with more insight one of the high specialized master courses. learning outcomes demonstrate a basic ability in the use of information technology and the technologies associated with the presentation of projects; manage creative ideas in response to a given brief, in the graphic interpretation and representation of a moodboard; develop a multidisciplinary knowledge in design that allows the participant to understand the development of a creative project; develop research processes dedicated to proposing new project solutions; translate a conceptual idea into a graphic representation for a design audience. course themes visual Identity product design I product design II [-]

Encore express

Kilroy Norway
Campus 5 weeks

Ready to take your performance skills to a new level? Musicians Institute debuts Encore Express in Summer 2012. An intensive five-week instrument performance program, Encore Express will [+]

Encore express

Awarding Body:

Musicians Institute

Ready to take your performance skills to a new level? Musicians Institute debuts Encore Express in Summer 2012. An intensive five-week instrument performance program, Encore Express will help you polish your technique and prepare you for the stage. Encore Express offers accelerated programs in:

Drums Guitar Keyboards Vocals Bass

Program starts: July 2

Program Ends: August 3Work closely with an Encore coordinator to choose the best classes and seminars to help you reach your goals. Each Encore Express student will be paired with a private instructor for weekly one-hour private lessons to troubleshoot problems and help them advance in course material. Encore Express students have access to select elective courses in:... [-]


Music, A Level

Richard Huish College
Campus August 2017 United Kingdom Taunton

Music is a balanced study of the academic and practical aspects of Music. You will have the opportunity to compose your own music. Performance is central to the course both individually and in groups. This subject explores classical, popular, world and film music. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts in England in United Kingdom. Music A Level Full-time Examining Board: EDEXCEL Doing Music at Huish is “a challenging, varied and exciting experience”. Music is a balanced study of the academic and practical aspects of Music. You will have the opportunity to compose your own music. Performance is central to the course both individually and in groups. This subject explores classical, popular, world and film music. There is a range of practical and written exams. Your development will be assessed through performance, composition, listening and analytical skills. This is a highly regarded academic course that prepares you for higher education and professional music opportunities. I like the way we learn everything as we go along. So theory on Mondays, composition on Tuesdays etc... so you are not just learning things in a big chunk. The teaching is excellent and I feel completely prepared for the exam as far as teaching goes. A Level Music student To do this course you need the following: Standard college entry requirements: 5 GCSEs at grade C or above, including Maths and English Language [-]