Graphic Design Semester Course

Accademia Riaci (Florence, Italy)
In Florence (Italy)

€ 8,200 - (Rs 5,94,543)
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  • Course
  • Florence (Italy)
  • Duration:
    1 Quarter
Description

Graphic Design. Art History. Color Theory. Three Dimentional Design. Foundation Drawing and Painting. Introduction to Art. History of Graphic Design. Graphic Design. Illustration. Photography. Portfolio Preparation. Indivisual Study in Graphic Design.
Suitable for: Initially designed for international students, this course is an accelerated version of the BASIC COURSE, giving an opportunity to acquire materials of equal quality in a year to a single semester with language assistance by an English interpreter. The courses provide a wide range of knowledge and technique even beyond the field of arts.The volume of lessons, subjects and homework will be equally challenging. Students will be equipped with the most basic to the highest level of skill in a concentrated learning environment.Diplomas are issued to those who succeed in the final exam.

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Florence
Via de' Conti 4, 50123, (Indicar), Italy
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· Requirements

1. High School Diploma or its equivalent / College Degree or its equivalent
2. Sufficient language proficiency in either Italian, English, or Japanese
3. If available, a portfolio on CD-ROM of 12 artworks that best represent the student's work style.

Course programme

Taught in Italian or English

Graphic designers are able to analyze communication problems and needs, and to visualize messages, ideas, and feeling in concise, effective, and visually satisfying ways. The purpose of graphic design may be to inform, identify, clarify, or persuade the public or a specific audience. The finished design usually combines a drawn or photographic image with letterforms and typography. Most often, the result is reproduced through the printing process, but it may take other forms such as an exhibition, a slide presentation or a package. Specific job opportunities include the design of advertisements, exhibitions, publications, corporate symbols, packaging, books, signs, magazines, posters, typography, illustrations, photographic images, plus art direction and design consultation. Employment may be with an organization, a design agency, or on a freelance basis. The goal, in the development of the curriculum, has been to establish one-year program concentrating on the design process rather than products. The faculty maintains close contact with students and a careful supervision of curriculum. Students develop understandings and abilities as relate to image making tools and modes. Such understandings are employed for perceptible questioning, clarification, edification, and problem solving. Intuition and objectivity are fostered though design projects, in-depth analysis, and critical evaluation of the issues and processes and their manifestations. A graduate of this program has a diversified but through knowledge of visual aesthetics, concept communication, and design methodology. A series of required courses has been formulated to fulfill a designer’s practical, academic, and analytical needs.


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