This Folio Development course will be conducted by experienced RMIT practitioners with the express aim of enabling participants to document the 'ideas generation' process they have engaged in throughout this course. These four sessions will allow students to experiment in different media and in different aspects of Fashion and Textiles exploration. In addition, they will be presented with the skills required to graphically document this process.
Year 11 and 12 students as well as mature-aged students aspiring to study Fashion and Textiles at RMIT or other institutes.
Lots of the participants on this course are currently at school or recent school leavers looking to apply to accredited fashion and textiles courses. We also get attendees who are just wanting to 'put their toe in the water' and explore things from a very beginners point of view and that is fine. Or sometimes people attend who are applying for work in a creative field and either need a portfolio or have to do creative project work as part of the interview process. In this course you will experiment with mark-making, using colour, 3-d techniques and photoshop to communicate your ideas as well as exploring the development of your ideas, letting your curiosity and creativity lead you. Doesn't it sound great!
Participants will acquire the skills and knowledge to develop their own personal style of 'ideas generation' and be able to graphically communicate their 'journey' in preparation for a course selection process.
Material requirements will be advised after enrolment. Please bring pen/pencil and notebook for note taking.
Participants will be emailed an RMIT Statement of Participation after completion of the course.
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