They will also learn various methods and materials employed in the fundamental techniques of object making. DTD 1 and 2 2 This module explores the science of gems: DTD 1 and 2 2 Students will learn about the basics of rapid prototyping, which can assist or aid them in the realization of ideas. DTD 1 and 2 2 This module enables students to understand and apply design principles in visual merchandising, and emphasizes the importance of effective displays.
VAF 1 4 Be introduced to the fundamental elements and principles of two-dimensional design, including typography, colour theory, and spatial organization. VAF 1 4 Be introduced to making and thinking in 3-dimensional forms and structures, and gain confidence working with a diverse range Sheng siong sustainable competencies materials, construction techniques and processes.
VAF 1 2 This module focuses on cultivating and exploring a plethora of approaches to generate ideas, with the aim of creating more original and integrated options.
VAF 1 2 This module is designed to provide students with a sound working knowledge of the key historical concepts that inform the discussion of art and design in contemporary culture. VAF 1 2 This module establishes the core foundation of a productive life - encouraging students to be perceptive, reflective and intellectually selfconscious citizens in this diverse and rapidly changing world.
It will introduce and prepare students with basic skills and knowledge needed for them to become responsible artists and designers. VAF 2 2 This module will further strengthen the foundation that is needed for our students to become responsible artists and designers.
It will cover areas that will prepare them professionally, and equip them with knowledge of their rights and its application in this new digital world.
DFA Contextual and Theoretical Studies 1 2 4 This module outlines and introduces the contextual, historical and theoretical aspects of art from Renaissance to Modernism.
Students will engage in concepts of aesthetics through the study of key visual works, artists and thinkers.
The pioneering Nanyang art movement will also be brought into focus as key reference. DFA 2 12 This studio module allows for the exploration of medium from traditional to contemporary art, into three key clusters - 2D, 3D and 4D. Research methods such as observational skills and experimentations are introduced to nurture creative attitudes and foster critical thinking.
DFA Contextual and Theoretical Studies 2 1 4 The module will focus on Modern art, in its contextual, historical and theoretical perspectives since the Industrial Revolution. It will also examine how Modern art inspired, influenced and affected art-making in Singapore during the s - 90s.
They will be exposed to the methodologies behind 2D, 3D and 4D art; tracking towards conceptual practices by establishing artistic research interests and studio practice. DFA 1 4 This module opens the space for students to define their values, aspirations, identify key choices and develop a plan to achieve their career goals and vision in fine art.
Students will draw connections to their studio module supported by professional practice portfolio, artist statement and biography. DFA Contextual and Theoretical Studies 3 2 4 This module positions its lens into contemporary art from late 20th century to present. Dilemmas and paradoxes pertaining contemporary art such as postmodernity, globalization, mega biennales, new media narratives, are studied and questioned.
DFA 2 12 This module prepares students to extend their studio practice; establish and intensify the way they work with their chosen medium, and position their art portfolio alongside their professional development.
DFA 2 4 This module will build knowledge and prepare students on how to engage with or in playing the role of agents, gallerists and arts administrators. Ethical issues in the art; such as, death of the artist, conservation, censorship and copyrights will be a key focus to the module.
DTD 1 2 This module allows students to complete a week overseas attachment with one of our overseas university partners. These cultural exchanges serve to broaden experiences and understanding of different art and design approaches.
ADE 1 20 This practical training attachment exposes students to work environments where they can gain a more hands-on understanding of professional practices. ADE 1 10 This practical training attachment exposes students to work environments where they can gain a more hands-on understanding of professional practices.
ADE 1 10 This is a project-based module which provides students the opportunity to conceptualise, plan and execute a project.
It will be a real life client project that will allow students to put their studies into practice and help them develop a sense of responsibility as well as interpersonal skills in a professional environment. ADE 1 10 This is a project-based module with the aim of improving the lives of the community at large.
Students will work collaboratively with non-profit organisations, non-governmental organisations, etc. DFA 2 14 This final studio project responds to prevalent discourse in the arts of the 21st century and questions the role, value and site-specificity of art today.
The contextual research will be fully challenged and re arranged to provoke and develop an authentic viewpoint.AAIS were pleased to receive a delegation of some 20 aerospace executives from Malaysia at the Seletar Aerospace Park on 7 November The delegation, organised by the Malaysia Aerospace Industries Association (MAIA), was in Singapore to attend the Commercial Aviation Services Asia-Pacific conference and exhibition.
ADVANCED SCIENCE LETTERS is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal with a very wide-ranging coverage, consolidates fundamental and applied research activities by publishing proceedings from international scientific, technical and medical conferences in all areas of (1) Physical Sciences, (2) Engineering, (3) Biological Sciences/Health Sciences, (4) Medicine, (5) Computer and Information.
Introduction. The Diploma in Fine Art provides you with the experience of contemporary art practice through a practice-based approach.
Your learning journey is led by a team of art specialists and dedicated staff, who are committed to facilitating your personal, social, intellectual and artistic growth.
AAIS were pleased to receive a delegation of some 20 aerospace executives from Malaysia at the Seletar Aerospace Park on 7 November The delegation, organised by the Malaysia Aerospace Industries Association (MAIA), was in Singapore to attend the Commercial Aviation Services Asia-Pacific conference and exhibition.
Explore and apply the principles of design and design theories in the conceptualisation and creation of interior and exhibition spaces with . ADVANCED SCIENCE LETTERS is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal with a very wide-ranging coverage, consolidates fundamental and applied research activities by publishing proceedings from international scientific, technical and medical conferences in all areas of (1) Physical Sciences, (2) Engineering, (3) Biological Sciences/Health Sciences, (4) Medicine, (5) Computer and Information.