VAF 1 4 Be introduced to the fundamental elements and principles of two-dimensional design, including typography, colour theory, and spatial organization.
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. DTD 1 and 2 2 This module provides an overview of the various aspects of stage and set production.
Students will be introduced to artistic, technical and logistical considerations in the staging of events and performances. DTD 2 2 This module seeks to develop knowledge and critical awareness of concepts and themes relating to 3-Dimensional Design.
And in doing so, seeks to apply research skills to contextualize their practice within a broader cultural and professional framework.
DTD 2 4 Students will further hone their visual presentation skills in the areas of infographics and visual communication.
DTD Design Studio 3 Interior and Exhibition 2 Through the Design Studio project, students further develop their sensitivities to conservation and sustainable design. DTD 2 4 This supporting module allows students to explore the various methods of presenting their studio projects both in the academic context of a report and a presentation.
DTD Design Studio 4 Interior and Exhibition 2 12 This module enables students to demonstrate independence in research, analysis and conceptualization, through the development and execution of a major project. Students will develop a critical understanding of the social cultures of consumption and psychological emotions in marketing aspects integrated within the context, which will allow students to develop the ability to make good design decisions.
Students would explore the different perspectives of story-telling through images, and be equipped with the skills to compile them into a publication.
DFS 2 2 This module will expose students to Asian elements relating to fashion. They will be exposed to topics such as reading and analysis of scripts, creation of the mood and style for a production, communication with the Director, distinguishing of characters, and planning of costume plot.
DFA 1 and 2 2 Students are introduced to the basic tools, materials and techniques in watercolour and acrylic painting. Topics covered include still life and landscapes.
DFA 1 and 2 2 Students are introduced to the basic tools, materials and techniques in printmaking. Topics covered include mono-print, woodcut and simple stencil printing technique.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.
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.
A roundtable for the UAS community was co-hosted by the Association of Aerospace Industries (Singapore) and Enterprise Singapore on 16 Aug Explore and apply the principles of design and design theories in the conceptualisation and creation of interior and exhibition spaces with .
The following course modules are applicable to students enrolled in August and after. NAFA students enrolled in AY/ and earlier are to refer to the Diploma Handbook on StudentNet for the course modules in their respective year of enrolment. The following course modules are applicable to students enrolled in August and after.
NAFA students enrolled in AY/ and earlier are to refer to the Diploma Handbook on StudentNet for the course modules in their respective year of enrolment.