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  • Fashion Design Research Paper

    for this I must major as a designer under fashion. My major will teach me on many different areas such as sewing/hemming, how to present my designs, how to use software to design, marketing, about textiles, clothing construction and finally how to be confident with my designs (not a course but it is still learned as you go along). To achieve a degree as a fashion designer, required courses must be taken and passed. Those include, Fashion Sketching For Design 1 and 2, Basic Draping Techniques, Industry Sewing, Applied Draping Techniques (6 hours), Pattern Drafting 1, 2 and 3 (6 hours), The Business of Fashion, Creative Design Applications, Computer-Aided Fashion Design 1, Computer Pattern Drafting 1 and 2, Creative Design Analysis and Collection Development, Collection Development (6 hours), Portfolio Preparation and Presentation, English Composition, History of Costume, Color and Design Theory, Textile Science, Effective Speaking, Critical Thinking, Survey of Western Art 1 and 2, American Political and Economic History, Professional Practices, Computer Grading, Marketing and Cutting, Fundamentals of Sketching, Digital Design, and finally Fabric Identification according to the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. In total I should receive a total of 90 unit credits. Out of all those, Textile Science, Digital Design, Computer Grading, Marketing and Cutting, Computer- Aided Fashion Design 1, and Computer Pattern Drafting 1 and 2 are actually considered a science…

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  • Fashion Designer Research Paper Topics

    has to do to become a fashion designer. Fashion designers have to be able to do many things. A major skill a designer needs to have is a drawing ability. Designers have to sketch designs and it is best to know how to draw. Another major skill is the ability to sew. That is so a designer can make a sample product to show to a client. A minor skill is a good eye for color, texture, and shape. A designer also has to know how to distinguish between fabrics. Fashion designers have to get an…

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  • Importance Of Industrial Design

    continued to flourish in close collaboration with industries there. Concept of industrial design were imparted to India in early sixties through the establishment of formal education programmes in Indian design schools.(MP Ranjan, quality through Industrial design,1990. Craft disciplines such as ceramics, glass, and textiles might fall into the category of applied arts, industrial arts, decorative arts, fine arts, or crafts. They have been understood as “medium-designated” practices, the values…

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  • Math Autobiography

    Mathematics is applied to most aspects of life. I cannot imagine the world advancing, even existing, without the use of mathematics. Mathematics has changed my life by helping me to become educated and helping me to understand the world and its wonders at a deeper level. It also changed my view of the world by allowing me to analyze the world at a deeper way including how the world works as a function of science, the laws of physics and how the human body works. I am sure mathematics can be…

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  • Modern Art Vs Postmodernism Essay

    Art, what is art? Well art means “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power” (dictionary). Art is also the various branches of creative activity, such as painting, music, literature, and dance. A basic meaning of art is hidden (under) a plan/purpose to attract to, and relate with, human emotion. Art can awaken/stimulate and…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Forensic Psychology

    Forensic psychology is area of study within the fields of clinical, counseling and school psychology. The professional practice of forensic psychology became a recognized specialty by the American Psychology Association, APA, in 2001 (“Recognized Specialties and Proficiencies,” n.d.). Many graduate schools offer Masters and Ph.D. or Psy.D. Programs; however, in order to be a licensed forensic psychologist, you must have a doctoral-level degree. Drexel University, John Jay College of Criminal…

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  • Art Therapy In Treating Depression

    Many pieces of academic writing have covered art therapy and its effects on adults with depression, serving as a platform to evaluate whether or not art therapy is useful and helpful for depressed individuals. Each field in which the articles are written provides a unique perspective on the issue of depression and using art therapy as a way to treat it. This can be seen in the rhetorical choices of two articles: “On Considering the Role of Art Therapy in Treating Depression,” a social sciences…

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  • The Golden Bowl Analysis

    A signifier of luxury, taste, display of intellectual erudition, disposable income, high versus applied art, craftsmanship and tradition. I think the study of ceramics can be opened up to a wider range of social and cultural aesthetics by exposing it to the kind of analysis applied to paintings I think the study of ceramics can be opened up to a wider range of social and cultural aesthetics A ceramic bowl carries just as much cultural meaning as a painting or architecture. The visual design…

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  • Art Therapy Essay

    3. Art has always been a large area of my life. I have been drawing with a pencil and eraser since I could hold them. My passion over the years has increased in art but I did not want to pursue it by itself. The more I thought about what I wanted to do as a career, I knew I wanted to help people. Art can help so many people by drawing and by viewing, a story lays on every canvas. I have recently developed a passion for drug addicts; I have made several friends with recovering drug addicts.…

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  • Meaning Through Literature Reflection

    Reading the book “Creating Meaning through Literature and the Arts” by Claudia Cornett changed my perspective towards arts. Before reading, art to me was drawing; painting etc. and I believed that this kind of talent is by birth. It might be true to some extent, however introducing young children to all different kinds of arts makes a huge amount of difference in their developmental stages and overall as a person. After reading the book, I firmly believe that teacher is one of the important…

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