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  • Certificate in Creative Studies

    Do you want to pursue a career where you can express your creativity but are struggling to decide which industry to enter? Perhaps you want to develop a portfolio for entry into one of our highly-regarded degree or diploma Art and Design programmes. Either way, this is the ideal next step for you. No matter what direction your Creative career takes, you will benefit from having a solid understanding of a range of disciplines. Artists and designers work in various dynamic fields and career oppor...

  • New Zealand Certificate in Fashion (Level 4)*

    Got a passion for fashion and wondering how to transform that enthusiasm into a career in the fashion industry? Look no further!Embark on this hands-on qualification to acquire the technical skills, knowledge and industry-awareness necessary to study for the Bachelor of Design (Fashion), or to gain entry level roles assisting with design, styling, retail/merchandising, and basic garment construction.The fashion world is fast-paced, exciting and diverse, and with commitment and further study, you...

  • Certificate in Fashion Studies (Level 4)

    Got a passion for fashion and wondering how to transform that enthusiasm into a career as a fashion designer? Look no further!Embark on this hands-on qualification to acquire the design and technical skills, knowledge and industry-awareness necessary to study for the Bachelor of Design (Fashion), or to gain employment as a trainee machinist or production assistant. The fashion world is fast-paced, exciting and diverse, and with commitment and further study, you could consider numerous career pat...

  • Bachelor of Visual Arts

    Looking for a way to translate your creativity into a career in art? Want to gain experience in a range of specialty subjects and discover where your artistic talent truly lies? This degree will teach you how to become a Creative maker, thinker and active agent in a local, national and global context. A qualification in the Visual Arts will allow you to find employment in a diverse range of professions such as practising artist, curator, art educator or researcher. A variety of roles within the...

  • Bachelor of Design (Product)

    Want to play your part in designing our future? Interested in a human-centred and sustainable approach to the design of products, services and systems for commercial, industrial and community use?Embark on this hands-on qualification, offered by one of New Zealand's most innovative and progressive product design schools, and prepare for a career in an exciting and diverse industry.Creative and practical designers question the way things are and create alternatives, be it through sustainable mate...

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  1. Certificate in Creative Studies
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    Do you want to pursue a career where you can express your creativity but are struggling to decide which industry to enter? Perhaps you want to develop a portfolio for entry into one of our highly-regarded degree or diploma Art and Design programmes. Either way, this is the ideal next step for you. No matter what direction your Creative career takes, you will benefit from having a solid understanding of a range of disciplines. Artists and designers work in various dynamic fields and career oppor...

  2. New Zealand Certificate in Fashion (Level 4)*
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    Got a passion for fashion and wondering how to transform that enthusiasm into a career in the fashion industry? Look no further!Embark on this hands-on qualification to acquire the technical skills, knowledge and industry-awareness necessary to study for the Bachelor of Design (Fashion), or to gain entry level roles assisting with design, styling, retail/merchandising, and basic garment construction.The fashion world is fast-paced, exciting and diverse, and with commitment and further study, you...

  3. Caroline McCaw
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    Academic Leader - Communication
    CarolineM@op.ac.nz

    Caro is Academic Leader for Communication and teaches across a range of courses including Interaction Design and Studio Projects. She is involved in a wide range of creative projects and recently worked on the design and production of digital and interactive exhibits at the Otago Settlers Museum with fellow staff and students. She is a member of Aotearoa Digital Arts network, involved with various community arts committees, and is currently writing her PhD through Queensland College of Arts, Brisbane.

  4. Certificate in Fashion Studies (Level 4)
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    Got a passion for fashion and wondering how to transform that enthusiasm into a career as a fashion designer? Look no further!Embark on this hands-on qualification to acquire the design and technical skills, knowledge and industry-awareness necessary to study for the Bachelor of Design (Fashion), or to gain employment as a trainee machinist or production assistant. The fashion world is fast-paced, exciting and diverse, and with commitment and further study, you could consider numerous career pat...

  5. Bachelor of Visual Arts
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    Looking for a way to translate your creativity into a career in art? Want to gain experience in a range of specialty subjects and discover where your artistic talent truly lies? This degree will teach you how to become a Creative maker, thinker and active agent in a local, national and global context. A qualification in the Visual Arts will allow you to find employment in a diverse range of professions such as practising artist, curator, art educator or researcher. A variety of roles within the...

  6. Bachelor of Design (Product)
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    Want to play your part in designing our future? Interested in a human-centred and sustainable approach to the design of products, services and systems for commercial, industrial and community use?Embark on this hands-on qualification, offered by one of New Zealand's most innovative and progressive product design schools, and prepare for a career in an exciting and diverse industry.Creative and practical designers question the way things are and create alternatives, be it through sustainable mate...

  7. Bachelor of Design (Communication)
    634x484 info sheet DES CM2 Design

    Want to learn how to present concepts and information Creatively and effectively? Keen to gain the skills to craft ideas and tell stories through image, text, sound, moving image and interactive media?Communication Design encompasses a wide range of media and processes and in a rapidly expanding global media environment a design qualification will open the doors to an endless array of opportunities. Work in a broad range of Creative areas and for a variety of companies, use your vision to challe...

  8. Graduate Diploma in Visual Arts
    Dunedin School of Art 634x484 info sheet ART GDVA3

    Artists create the beautiful, interesting and challenging things that make our environments unique and therefore make a strong and vital contribution to contemporary life. If you already hold a degree but would like to develop your fine art skills, this programme offers the opportunity to carry out an intensive personalised course of study. The skills gained through an art qualification are highly valued in a huge variety of industries including education, design, management and marketing. You...

  9. Bachelor of Design (Honours)
    Design BA

    If you have already achieved excellence in your undergraduate degree, this intensive postgraduate qualification is your chance to further your understanding of design research methods and professional design practice through advanced research and engagement with contemporary thinking.Graduates of this programme are eligible to apply for our Master of Design or Master of Design Enterprise qualifications, or may choose to gain employment in a design Creative lead role.More information about th...

  10. Transformative Curriculum Development

    A Context for Transformative Curriculum Development September 2015 1 Transformative Dialogues: Teaching & Learning Journal Volume 8 Issue 2 September 2015 Beyond Sustainability: A Context for Transformative Curriculum Development Mary F. Wright, University of Wisconsin River Falls, Kelly D. Cain, St. Croix Institute, Florence A. Monsour, University of Wisconsin River Falls Authors? Contact Information Mary F. Wright, Professor of Literacy Education University of Wisconsin Ri...