Graduate Diploma in Retail and Exhibition DesignMAEER's MIT INSTITUTE OF DESIGN
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The learners of Retail and Exhibition Design find that the courses of study, besides concentrating on a rigorous learning of advanced graphic reproduction techniques, would also require them to gain an insight into creating images in the fourth dimension that is, moving images. It is here that the courses specific to this discipline make learners literally ‘build bridges across the streams’. This is because solving a typical problem of display design invariably leads to designing exhibition, structures and hardware of various kinds as well as planning of built spaces to provide an appropriate environment for communication. Related inputs across the stream from the disciplines of Product Design and Interior Space and Equipment Design are welcomed in the true spirit of generalism. The learners become quite adept in absorbing the skills, media and the knowledge base from across disciplines and employ them in order to design display systems for exhibitions and museums, and sets for theatre, film and television. There is a further learning in designing special events such as fashion and road shows, major product launches, tableaux, floats etc. Typical components of design process for any such event may include planning of choreography, lighting effects, graphic communication system, music, multimedia presentations, publicity strategies etc.