A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.
Students often pursue drawing in an effort to sharpen their observational skills and manual dexterity by manipulating art supplies to create images. A complete curriculum in the subject might contain an examination of historical drawing methods as well as practical studio sessions.
Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.
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The Drawing Laboratory will take place in the historically interesting and inspiring settings of Kochi and the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. This workshop is for all those who are studying/working in the field of architecture, design, applied or visual arts. [+]
The Drawing Laboratory will take place in the historically interesting and inspiring settings of Kochi and the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. This workshop is for all those who are studying/working in the field of architecture, design, applied or visual arts. For everyone that likes to deepen his/her drawing skills, but above all seeks to acquire freedom in the use of drawing as a medium of expression, communication, research and to generate ideas! "The sudden change of the line" – the very characteristic property of the medium drawing - will be the common thread throughout the workshop. Working very basically with pencil and paper, drawing is the improvisation tool above all other. It is direct and flexible and ideally suited for visualizing ideas quickly, the starting point. The character of all lessons is that we switch between working from observation and working from imagination, between mobility and utility, content and skills. In the workshop one will work with the different concepts of reproduction, modification, converting, assembling, transformation and representation. We alternately work with pictures, objects, a model and the city itself. On top of that, the inspiring exhibitions of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale as starting point shall be needed. At the end of the course, we will definitely find a striking way to exhibit our work to the public! For all those who like to deepen their drawing skills but above all acquiring freedom in the use of drawing as a medium of expression, research and to generate ideas!... [-]
Multimedia specialists are designers who combine design and technical knowledge to create information and communication technology (ICT) based products, such as: CD ROMs, DVDs etc. An animator produces multiple images called frames. When sequenced together rapidly, these frames create an illusion of movement known as animation. [+]
Multimedia specialists are designers who combine design and technical knowledge to create information and communication technology (ICT) based products, such as: CD ROMs, DVDs etc.
Typical outputs include:
Entertainment products: such as computer games, education and training materials, advertising and marketing materials, catalogue databases and public information resources. When the design is complete, multimedia specialists use authoring software to arrange the files in a single program (to enable interactivity and navigation through the product content). They also test and adjust the product to deal with technical problems, and produce documentation describing the creation, content and processes of each file.... [-]
This course aims to help one Aim to provide the foundation for all good fashion illustration through understanding the basic human anatomy of fashion gure proportion illustrating them in different [+]
Course - Figure Drawing for FashionThis course aims to help one Aim to provide the foundation for all good fashion illustration through understanding the basic human anatomy of fashion gure proportion illustrating them in different poses.
Farah Jones is a Singapore born fashion designer who has been working in the international fashion industry for over 12 years. She has a first class Honors BA Degree in fashion design from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technolgy (RMIT). Farah’s list of professional accomplishments range from designing a wide array of women’s and children’s wear for many new boutiques and large design companies around the world, to managing, buying, marketing and merchandising for retail giants like Esprit, Laura Ashley, Prada, Jean Paul Gaultier and Dolce & Gabbana. Farah was previously employed by Raffes Design Institute (Shanghai), where she taught Fashion Design and Fashion Production courses to up and coming young designers in the industry. She combines her love for fashion and teaching by taking a hands-on approach to her classes, teaching new and innovative concepts to those who want to be part of the enticing fashion world. She is dedicated to teaching her students how to be true fashion professionals.... [-]