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Certificate in Fine Arts

FA 101 Introduction to Fine Arts: Theory and Practice

The student is introduced to an overview of fine arts theories and practices through lecture, discussion, reading & writing. It includes an exposure to contemporary art practices and theoretical readings.

FA 102Painting I (Still Life and the figure)

This course introduces students about painting from still life and figure using compositional strategies, color mixing and paint application.

FA 103 Painting II

This course is an expansion of Painting I , exploring more techniques and methods focusing on drawing and composition.

FA 104 Painting III

Students develop a new body of work with familiarity of practical, conceptual and historical concepts of contemporary art. Student can experiment with new concepts in painting.

FA 105 Abstract Painting

Students can freely explore their creativity through experimentation of nontraditional materials, and creating their own concept through the use of visualization, and guided by different elements such as line, shape, form, color and value.

FA 106 Acrylic Painting

This is a course that   introduces students to broad and varied painting techniques using  acrylics. It covers fundamentals of painting such as the mixing of colors, use of materials such as paint and canvass, and the production of illusions.

FA107 Oil Painting

This course provides a comprehensive view about oil painting which is considered a very prestigious medium of painting.  Students will learn more about the principles and techniques of oil painting. There will be lengthy discussions and instructions on how to oil paint and produce a work of art.

FA108 Water Color Painting

This course exposes students to great works of master painters using water color as their medium. It will introduce students   the proper techniques to design their subjects, tips and instructions on how to paint using appropriate brush strokes and other materials.

FA 109 Portrait Painting

Students learn fundamental approaches in painting  portrait and figures from an objective  point of view. The medium to be used  is oil or acrylic.

FA 110 Project Presentations:  Painting 

Students will work on individual painting projects and be ready for presentations and class critiques. Demonstrations and discussions could take place simultaneously.

FA 111 Basic Drawing

Students are introduced to processes, concepts, tools material s and techniques in a creating a drawing on a two-dimensional surface. Lectures, discussions, and exhibits of basic drawing terms and techniques will be incorporated in classroom activities.

FA 112 Drawing II (Life Drawing)

It is a course capturing the human figure where students will develop techniques and thorough understanding of the body. It will focus on figure drawings using standard measures and proportions for a more natural and expressive drawings

FA 113 Drawing III (Experimental)

Students are exposed to a more experimental process involving the use of materials, methods, ideas and imagery. They will be given the opportunity to discover, develop and test drawings from a broader range of discipline.

FA 114 Basic Sculptures

Students develop and better understanding about sculpture skills using various materials such as wood, plaster, steel and stone. They learn how these materials differ from each other in terms of use with the appropriate tools. Readings, and discussions of sculpture works is an integral part of the course.

FA114 Sculpture Mold – Making and Casting

Students learn how make and cast molds using techniques and sculptural processes such as pointing, surfacing and finishing. They are exposed to using plaster, paper and rubber molds.

FA115 Project Presentation: Sculpture

Students will present individual sculpture mold of their own choice of material and subject. There are discussions and critiquing of each project.

FA116 Traditional Techniques in Arts

This is a lecture discussion   about art history o provide insights to students about works of reputable painters. There will be art practitioners and visits to museum where students get inspiration and motivation to pursue their interest in the arts.

FA117 Independent Study

This will be course which is teacher guided. The teacher will assign readings, research and  field  work assignments to supplement/ complement students  knowledge about the arts.

FA118 Independent Project

Students will produce an independent project based on their field of interest in painting, sculpture and drawing. They must be able to produce a work of art in such fields for exhibit.

FA 119 Project Presentations

Students will present their projects from conceptual stage to the final output. They must be ready with responses to viewers’ questions and critique.

FA 120 Program evaluation and feedback

This is a culminating class discussion of the whole program  using  panel discussion format.

Note: The independent project and its presentation is a requirement to qualify for a certificate in Fine Arts.

Certificate in Digital Media

DM 300 Introduction to Digital Media

Students are engage in   hands on training of practical projects using technologies, software   and equipment to produce cutting edge projects.

DM 301 Visual Thinking

This course is an introduction to principles and processes in conceptual design and visual communication. Students will learn how to apply their thinking skills, visualization techniques and design and develop project proposals for implementation.

DM 302 2D Design

Students will explore the elements of two dimensional art which include line, shape texture, value and color, and its application to the principles of design like balance, rhythm, variety and unity.

DM 303 Color Theories

This is an introduction to the principles of color as applied to visual arts. Students explore their creativity in the interplay, relationship and management of colors to develop digital images.

DM 304 Basic Animation

This course   introduces the basic principles and process of making the illusion of motion and change through reel –life  images converting them to real life  quality. Students will have a better understanding of the value of animation in creative arts.

DM 305 3D Animations

This course uses computer generated images to create animated scenes. Students learn to create film or cartoon series using the methodologies of 3D animation.

DM306 Computer Illustration and Design

This course provides knowledge and information about the computer’s capabilities to create images and illustrations through the use of   relevant software.  The computer serves as a tool  to develop concepts and sketches for  students’ expression of their  style and creativity.

DM 307 Basic Graphic Design

This course includes classroom discussion and practical work at the studio. It involves theories in design and typography. Students are engaged in research, ideation, planning and execution of projects.

DM 308 3 D Modeling

This course is about the use of Maya interface including modeling techniques, character design concepts, using different types of tools and texturing using Photoshop. The students will be exposed to these methods to create a project.

DM 309 Fundamentals in Digital Imaging

This course introduces the concepts and principles of digital imaging including the tools and techniques of image creation, manipulation and integration of still images. It includes layout, color and image capture and output using relevant software programs

DM 310 Practicum and Portfolio Developments 

This course is for students to review and refine their work and develop them into a portfolio. It is an opportunity for students to use their decision making skills in choosing and showcasing great samples of their work

DM 311 Project Presentation

This is the culminating activity and a requirement to qualify for a certificate in Digital Media. Students should be ready to deliver presentations of their project as well as prepare to respond to any discussion questions and critique.

Certificate in Photography & Film

PF 400 Introduction to Photography

Students are introduced to digital photography, camera systems and how a camera functions and collects information.   They explore aesthetics, composition, color correction, image and color management with the use of Adobe Light room and image output

PF 401 Basic Photography

Students learn more about camera settings, exposure triangle, white balance, composition lighting and auto/manual modes. They can go to different venues to try out their new knowledge.

PF 402 Advanced Photography 

This course teaches students the advanced lighting, filmmaking and camera techniques needed to execute   different types of projects (photos).

PF 403 Film Photography (Color, Black & White)

This course will cover loading of camera, camera settings, and color management, grain, hands-on-shooting and shooting for special effects. PF 404

PF 405 Introduction to Film & Video Production

This course introduces students to basic video production techniques and an overview of film. Students will learn concepts and theories   in both film and video production.

PF 406 Film & Video Production I

Students   are exposed to hands on training and learn how to handle HD camera, lighting, dollies, jibs   and work on real production.

PF 407 Film  & Video Production II

Students learn the technicalities and methodologies of film/video production from pre production and  postproduction  stages. Video editing is incorporated into their  activities.

PF 408 Film & Video Production III

Students conceptualize theme and subject of their film/video project, write their scripts and do actual shoots  to produce a film/video project.

PF 409 Portfolio Development

Students work on their photo samples and refine them for presentation to professionals. They should incorporate concepts and techniques learned, in  their  portfolio

PF 410 Final Project

Students present their project for discussion and critiquing.

Note:  This is a final requirement to qualify  for  a Certificate in  Photography & Film.

Fashion Style & Development

This course teaches students to understand, analyze and draw the female fashion figure and design fashion sketches using concepts in garment details, and color theory. Students learn how to communicate their design ideas and enable them to create simple designs.   

FAS 202 Fashion Art & Style II

This course enables students to explore on the elements of fashion such as, the nature of fabrics, the different textures, weights and patterns. Students develop their original designs through research of current fashion styles and color trends as it is applied in fashion designing.

FAS 203 Model Drawing

Students learn to draw fashion figures in a variety of illustrations integrating proportion movement, silhouettes and other details of fashion styles.

FAS 204 Model Visualization Techniques

Students are able to develop a unique methodology of fashion sketching. The course provides students with the different techniques not only in fashion design but also solutions to its challenges.

FAS 205 Fashion Design using Computer (Photoshop)

Students acquire basic to advanced techniques in fashion design using Adobe Photoshop. They develop skills in using software technologies   to produce/design apparel and coordinated fashion design presentations.

FAS 206 Textile Design

Students are introduced to the basics of designing styles as well as researching methods of creating original printed textiles for apparel. They will use their creativity in creating their own patterns and other design elements and sketching /printing it from paper to digital printing.

FAS 207 Jewelry Design

Students are exposed to basic techniques and processes in designing and creating fashion jewelry. They will be able to analyze appropriate jewelry that fit different apparel designs.

FAS 208 Accessories Design

Students acquire hands on training in designing shoes, bags belts taking into consideration materials, patterns, constructions and presentations.  They can learn techniques specific to accessories design using Photoshop.

FAS209 Design Collections

Students create a design project for presentation.  It is a collection of designs for specific areas of the design market presented in digital format. The students will use field trips, market research and internet sources to trigger them to work on their own projects.

FAS 210 Fashion Sense – Portfolio Collection

The students will be able to execute their own design portfolio with their own original ideas. Student must provide their own target market and develop their personal drawing and their style.

This is a requirement to   get a certificate course in Fashion Style and Development

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