To demonstrate advanced level of aesthetic, intellectual and practical skills in production and creative strategies.
Society’s needs inspire designers to innovate. Designers analyze society’s needs and create solutions that shape how our world looks and functions. The Industrial Art and Design programme prepares you to create objects and services that inform, entertain, educate and work towards improving people’s health and well-being.
In a Three-year Bachelor of Industrial Art and Design (BDes) programme, you will learn to create and use sketches, models and images—in strategic and sophisticated ways—to communicate ideas and information in products as diverse as electronic packaging, furniture, medical products, branding/visual identity packages, signage, apps, trade show and museum displays.
The imagination and creativity of designers touches almost every object in our lives-from the chair we sit on to the cars we drive.
Industrial Designers create concepts and translate them in to visual form-by sketches, models and then through computer software—to communicate and create products that engage, inform, educate, entertain and inspire people. They create layouts or electronic displays and coordinate production and implementation of their designs.
Emphasis would be placed on improvement of the quality of the Industrial Art and Design productions.
Use of creative strategies to address the current social and cultural needs of the community.
Create employment opportunities for oneself and the public at large.
Hold study trips and field attachments (industrial training) in order for the students to practice hands on.
Plan for community outreach programmes which will offer relevant knowledge for them to find market for their products
Ability to create individual Art Portfolios, and be able to mount Art Exhibitions and professionally price the art works