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FIDM: Visual Communications
Transcript of FIDM: Visual Communications
Jana Garvin is a display window artist of Forever 21. Her visual force is seen by hundreds of New Yorkers daily. That's pretty rad. Denise Shaw, wardrobe stylist for E! Entertainment stylizes the people that are see by the world. That's also pretty rad. Their work is seen by people, which is what I strive to be able to do one day.
In the student work, I hope to see a window display of a collaboration project done by not only me, but others in set design, interior design and fashion design.
Tuition for the first academic year would add up to be $30,880 whilst the second academic year would be $31,115. The financial aid that would be available for me are the Federal Pell Grants, Federal Subsidized/Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, Federal PLUS Loan.
FIDM: Visual Communications
Fashion Stylist: Coordinate outfits, pairing accessories and clothing that represents a character or personality. A Fashion stylist is basically what I do now.
Visual Stylist: Creates an environment for shopping and windows. Uses clothing, props, lighting to make a fashionable environment.
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The degrees offered are Associate of Arts which is a 90 unit program that designed for students with a high school diploma. Professional Designation is designed for students who have completed prior academic experience. The Advance Study offers are TV & Film Costume Design and Entertainment Set Design & Decoration. I plan to do the AA degree after high school. When they time comes, I'll decide if I want to peruse an advance study.
90 units are needed to reach my goal. The three classes that stuck out to me are:
Fashion Styling and Coordination. A course which explores job options and the process for both finding work and preparing for a shoot or event. Students survey the work of important contemporary designers, photographers, and stylists. The class culminates in a themed fashion shoot.
Seminar of the Arts. A survey of the arts from a variety of origins, both classical and contemporary, with a particular emphasis on a diversity of fine, performing, and applied art forms. Students attend events that explore the following: pictures, sculpture, music, theatre, cinema, dance, architecture, and literature. Students gain an understanding of the different roles associated with these various art forms and critique these art forms through discussion, oral presentations, and essays, integrating their perceptions into their final projects.
Survey of Western Art. A survey of art, architecture, and design from the Prehistoric Period through the Middle Ages. Included are the social, economic, cultural, political, and religious influences which have prompted or affected the art of each period. Students examine works of art and their iconography, stylistic techniques, and different media, with the goal of being able to recognize, understand, and discuss various art forms in their broader contexts.
By: Aubrina Zopfi
"Life is to short to wear boring clothes."