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40 Search Results for “Worth to Westwood: Fashion History”
Fashion Entrepreneurship
Students aspiring to become entrepreneurs in the fashion industry examine the skills needed to conceive, finance, open, and operate a successful fashion business. Through collaborative research and hands-on practice, students learn the elements of opening a business and navigating the complexities of working with a team. They learn to create business models and structure legal business organizations and explore the d...
Jan 24 - Apr 18
On Campus
Thursday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
Prof Practices: Fashion
This course introduces you to working in the fashion industry, whether your focus is fashion design, illustration, textile design, buying or merchandising. Through lectures, research, presentations by visiting professionals, and field trips, you are familiarized with current models of practice and study the various roles involved in shaping a contemporary fashion business. Whether you intend to freelance or intern, e...
Jan 24 - Feb 28
On Campus
Thursday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
Graphic Design History
This course covers the history of graphic design from the mid-19th century through the digital revolution. Influential movements are examined, including arts and crafts, art nouveau, Dada, Constructivism, De Stijl, Bauhaus, Neue Grafik, DIY Punk, and today’s digital landscape. Students explore the evolution of the discipline from typesetting to lithography to digital design and investigate the relationship of the gra...
Jan 24 - Apr 18
On Campus
Thursday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
Fashion Design Basic Core
This intensive course is aimed at those who wish to engage in all aspects of the design process. It provides students with a foundation in the construction and graphic skills necessary for a career in fashion design and related industries. The course is taught in two sections—one in fashion design sketching and concept development and the other in sewing and construction methods. Each section is taught by a separate ...
Jan 23 - Apr 19
On Campus
Wednesday
7:00 - 9:50 PM
Spring 2019
Design Sketching 1
In the fashion world, new clothing designs are presented in the form of hand-drawn sketches before being chosen to go into production. Designers start with a croquis, a quick sketch of the traditional fashion figure that serves as the basis for the design of clothing and accessories, then add color and details to the garments. This is a basic course in making a designer’s sketch, in which students work from live mode...
Jan 23 - Apr 17
On Campus
Wednesday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
Fashion Merchandising
Study the fundamentals of fashion merchandising principles and the techniques you need to operate as a merchandiser in a successful fashion apparel company or as an entrepreneurial boutique owner. Analyze case studies outlining merchandising strategies used by manufacturers and retailers. Study the impact of consumer behavior and how it leads to forecasting. Learn about "global merchandising", where it's effective, a...
Jan 23 - Apr 17
On Campus
Wednesday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
Fashion Marketing Global Environment
This course examines fundamental marketing concepts in the global fashion marketing environment. Students explore consumer insights, positioning, competitive advantage, and channel decisions using both theoretical and practical approaches. Students analyze and identify target markets and become aware of key marketing decisions as they develop a global marketing plan for a fashion company. Prerequisites: none.
Jan 23 - Apr 17
On Campus
Wednesday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
Architecture of New York
New York has a compelling architectural heritage, from the Federal-style rowhouse to the modern skyscraper. Acquaint yourself with the philosophy and forces that have shaped our city. Using the city as a classroom, physically experience New York City architecture and its urban environments. Learn to identify architectural styles and understand them in the context of social, economic, and technological currents. The f...
Jan 23 - Apr 17
On Campus
Wednesday
9:15 - 11:45 AM
Spring 2019
History of Doc. CT Lab
ONLY Film Production Certificate students are required to sign up for this non-instructional lab. This course carries no credit or formal schedule. All certificate students must register for the corresponding CT LAB section of every required and elective class they are enrolled in. The CT LAB accounts for the minimum of 5-hours per week outside of class that students are expected to work on graded assignments require...
Jan 22 - May 13
On Campus
Tuesday
4:28 - 4:28 AM
Spring 2019
The Art of Film
This course lays the foundation for understanding the practical techniques, specialized language, and unique aesthetics of motion pictures. Students analyze the basic elements of cinematic form as seen through essential properties of the medium, including editing, cinematography, production design, and sound design, and gain an appreciation of film history and of the impact of culture and technology on the developmen...
Jan 22 - May 07
On Campus
Tuesday
6:00 - 7:50 PM
Spring 2019
Art & History of Documentary
Documentary filmmaking is a broad and diverse cinematic form that variously informs, delights, angers, touches, provokes, calls to action, shapes attitudes, and challenges assumptions. This course examines how changing technology, shifting social and political realities, and the personalities and talents of influential individuals have continually re-defined what documentary means.
Jan 22 - May 07
On Campus
Tuesday
4:00 - 5:50 PM
Spring 2019
Painting 1
This class is for students who have a basic understanding of oil painting as well as the beginning oil painter. Students who wish to build a portfolio to apply for higher education will benefit from this class, as will those who want to improve their painting skills. Both painting from the figure and still life painting are explored. References to art history and contemporary artists are included to support student l...
Jan 22 - Apr 16
On Campus
Tuesday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
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