• Entertainment Design
This course uses a combination of graphic design, illustration, concept development and branding skills for the purposes of promoting motion pictures, television, and games. A primary focus will be posters for different genres. New techniques will be shared in order to push your brainstorming abilities and help you understand what makes a great entertainment design without relying on celebrity photos.
A team experience where students come together to develop work from start to finish. Interactive, social media and digital strategy will be a part of this teams class where you will work on fully integrated campaigns for your portfolio.
This course helps you learn to present yourself in a way so that employers can see your real potential. You’ll conduct career research, develop your personal brand, and write an attention-getting resume and cover letter for the creative industries. Professionalism, information about interviewing, and presentation skills will round out this course.
• Project Lab
This course helps you learn to present your process and comprehensive work for the industry. You’ll build an online portfolio and create the print self-promotion materials that you’ll need to put your best foot forward. One-on-one assistance with layout, editing, content writing, and positioning will be provided.