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Basic Interior Space Planning
This is an introduction to planning interior spaces for students without drafting skills. Learn what it means to be an interior designer and apply conceptual approaches to interior design problems. Through sessions on color, scale and proportion, lighting, furniture arrangement, floor and wall treatments, and client psychology, learn to conceptualize and plan creative solutions for interior spaces. Master freehand dr...
Jan 26 - Apr 20
On Campus
Saturday
10:00 - 12:30 PM
Spring 2019
Fashion Flats
Flat sketching is an essential part of garment production. It communicates details in the design and construction of a garment, from concept to marketing. This course introduces the professional techniques used to create fashion flats, ranging from traditional hand sketching to the use of Adobe Illustrator to produce sketches digitally in a vector format. Prerequisite: Familiarity with the Mac operating system. Knowl...
Jan 26 - Apr 20
On Campus
Saturday
10:00 - 12:30 PM
Spring 2019
Interior Design Basic Core
Learn basic drafting, rendering, and space layout while studying interior materials and profes- sional practices and methods. Explore the philosophy, art, and science of constructing interior spaces. Taught in separate studio sections by two instructors, the course begins with basic drafting and rendering exercises and the fundamentals of interior construction. Through coursework and pinups, students engage in critiq...
Jan 26 - Apr 20
On Campus
Saturday
10:00 - 3:50 PM
Spring 2019
Drawing Interiors: Perspective/Rendering
Interior designers use drawing to conceptualize and represent spatial ideas. This course teaches students the mechanics of visual representation, the use of drawing and two-dimensional media to observe, document, and reimagine interior spaces. You learn to read and to draw plans, sections, and elevations as well as one-, two-, and three-point perspectives. You learn to observe space, material, light, and shadow as th...
  • Programs: Certificate Programs
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 7025 - PCID 0106 B
  • Savaskan, Dincer
Jan 26 - Apr 20
On Campus
Saturday
1:00 - 3:30 PM
Spring 2019
Rhino 1
Learn 3D modeling techniques using Rhino 3D—a powerful, versatile modeling software program applicable to design fields including architecture, sculpture, and interior, furniture product, and jewelry design. Rhino is fast, intuitive, easy to learn, and compatible with many other software packages. A wide array of plug-ins enable you to perform an impressive and ever-evolving range of functions with Rhino. Projects he...
Jan 26 - Apr 06
On Campus
Saturday
1:00 - 3:50 PM
Spring 2019
Graphic Design 1
Learn design fundamentals and concept develop- ment as they relate to typography, composition, and color. Discover what makes the difference between ordinary images and powerful, effective graphics. Strengthen your design communication skills and develop your style and vision as you transform your concepts into finished design. The class explores the concept of visual communication in terms of the triad of message, f...
Jan 26 - Apr 20
On Campus
Saturday
1:00 - 3:30 PM
Spring 2019
Digital Imaging w/ Photoshop 1
Acquire a working knowledge of this industry-standard software, used for print, webpages, animation, presentation, video production, and enhancement of traditional and digital photography. Explore scanning and color correction, tools and layers for image compositing, elemental retouching, and type treatments. Prerequisite: familiarity with the Mac operating system, Photoshop Basics, or equivalent. Online students mus...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 8064 - PCDD 0401 B
  • Kaplan, Mark
Jan 26 - Apr 06
On Campus
Saturday
1:00 - 3:50 PM
Spring 2019
Graphic Design, Grades 9-12
Graphic design is everywhere around you—on subway posters, websites, T-shirts, candy wrappers. It is a medium in which words and images merge to communicate powerful messages. In the first half of this course students work in a traditional hands-on studio to learn creative problem-solving techniques and the basics of form and expressive typography. The second half of the class focuses on bringing projects into the di...
Jan 26 - Apr 13
On Campus
Saturday
10:00 - 12:50 PM
Spring 2019
Printmaking: Design and Drawing, Grades 9-12
In this introductory course, students explore graphics, color theory, drawing, design, and composition through various printmaking processes. They create portfolio-quality prints using professional techniques in a range of assignments, both representational and conceptual. The class covers etching, dry point, and monotype as well as less conventional techniques.
Jan 26 - Apr 13
On Campus
Saturday
10:00 - 12:50 PM
Spring 2019
The Aesthetics of Directing
Your challenge as a director is to realize your vision on the screen. Designed for students who are making or planning to make their own films, this course covers the art and craft of directing. Noncredit students must bring their own camcorders; New School cameras are available only for credit students. Film Production Certificate students are required to register for the corresponding CT lab.
Jan 25 - May 10
On Campus
Friday
4:00 - 6:45 PM
Spring 2019
Medium of Fashion: Textiles
In this course, you learn about the practical application of the materials, elements, and techniques used in the fabrication of modern apparel within the fashion industry. Aimed at students of fashion design or design professionals interested in understanding the “how” as well as the “why” of textiles, this course covers the components involved in the design and manufacture of apparel and accessories. Topics covered ...
Jan 25 - Apr 19
On Campus
Friday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
Construction Techniques 1
Learn basic draping, flat patternmaking, and sewing techniques, along with principles of design. Topics covered include three-dimensional muslin interpretation of skirts and bodices, developing slopers, and constructing a garment. Bring to the first class a #2 pencil, pins, paper scissors, and one yard of lightweight muslin. Prerequisites: none.
Jan 25 - Apr 19
On Campus
Friday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
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