The Art and Design A Level in Graphic Communication is aimed at students who are looking to develop their visual creativity and will encourage you to explore and enhance your design skills using a range of graphic design processes, media, techniques and workshops that explore graphic visual language. The design skills you develop will include visual communication, printmaking, illustration, typography, advertising, digital media and animation. In addition to specialist graphic design skills, the course will also give you a solid grounding in a number of essential skills and the exploration of the formal elements necessary to the successful realisation of your design ideas and outcomes.
The core graphic communication skills you develop on the course will enable you to gain a solid grounding in a number of essential approaches to explore the formal elements necessary to successfully realise your design ideas and outcomes. The course has been developed to help you create a graphic-based portfolio, which will aid progression onto university level art and design-based courses or onto the HNC/HND in Graphic Design here at the College.
Why study Art and Design Graphic Communication?
The Art and Design A-Level in Graphic Communication is aimed at students who are looking to develop their visual creativity and will encourage you to explore and enhance your design skills using a range of graphics, media, techniques, processes and workshops that explore graphic visual language.
What else can you do on the course?
Active workshops form key part of the course and investigate the relationships between your own work and the work of a range of graphic designers and artists. There are also visual imagery workshops and gallery and exhibition visits to support your study and understanding.
When exploring the courses we have available, you may see a fee attached but you’re more than likely to be eligible for a fully-funded enrolment!
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