Have you heard that different colors can evoke different emotions in people? Did anyone ever tell you they feel calm in a room painted blue or irritated around the color red? Artists and designers have studied he effects of the different colors of the spectrum on our society. Learn what modern day color theorists believe to be the connection between color and a person's mood, emotional state and feelings. This workshop will explore how color can be used as a comunication tool and the perceptions people draw from different colors.
The Division of Continuing Studies is pleased to present the upcoming Continuing Education Capstone Exhibition, featuring the work of Digital Photography certificate student Susan Laure. CE Digital Photography Capstone…
Continuing Education certificate programs develop skills through sequential coursework, designed to build a body of knowledge in a focused area – choose from: Communication Design Essentials Web Design Essentials Communication + Web Design Professional Web Design Professional Web Design + Development Professional Digital Photography Social Media Marketing Portfolio Development Each program addresses professional practice [...]
Who are You?: Designing person, place, and purpose. Join AIGA at the University of the Arts this Thursday May 22 to hear from designer Craig Welsh. Design rests with the individual crafting the work. And whether physical or virtual, the place and purpose of design should inform its creator, and vice versa. In his talk, [...]
On March 26, AIGA Philadelphia presents internationally renowned artist Kate Moross to discuss (and sign copies of) her new book, Make Your Own Luck: A DIY Attitude to Graphic Design and Illustration. Moross has spent her career creating amazing artwork for companies like Adidas, Vogue, Paul Smith, Samsung Olympics 2012, Wired, The Guardian, Google, Converse, [...]
Continuing Education offers credit and non-credit courses, workshops and certificate programs designed to anticipate and meet the changing professional, academic and lifelong learning needs of individuals in the greater Philadelphia region.