To draw well, one must first develop observation skills (perspective, scale, geometric forms...). An initiation to different techniques (pencil, charcoal, ink…) and effects (shadows, reflections, opacity…) follows.
Rigorous observation is necessary to learn the body’s anatomy, proportions, and volumes. Drawing from a live model for long and short periods offers an analysis of the body’s movement.
The student uses drawing guidelines for architectural space studies, and also interprets each particular mood. As a group, the sketches evolve in the form of a “travel notebook.”
Working from basic theoretical studies (the chromatic circle, contrasts…) integrated at the beginning of the year, the student then undertakes different techniques using color. His research includes various supports and materials (photo, painting, collage…), and cultivates his personal vision.
This hybrid workshop uses a maximum number of fine arts techniques to encourage the exploration of expression, curiosity and reflection. It is a melting pot mixing cultural, intellectual and aesthetic references.
The designer is not only a creative talent; he is also a link in an enormous industrial production chain employing tens of thousands of people in France.
We live in a universe of images and the graphic designer’s work is everywhere (posters, logos, websites, CD covers…). His work, a “visual bridge,” is often integrated into a global communication approach.
Everyday living, beyond just objects or space, influences product and interior designers. Their work integrates the complex process of transversality more than in any other discipline.
Sectors in constant evolution , the animation 3D and the conception of video games, ask to associate to a perfect control of state-of-the-art softwares a coherent and rigorous step of creator.
Artistic training cannot bypass direct contact with works of art, and field trips to exhibitions provide instruction on classic art works.
All applied arts programs must dedicate time to training the skills needed to use software programs for creation. Lisaa computer classrooms are furnished with modern computers equipped with the last programs.
Mastery of the English language is essential in the applied arts fields. Classes are formed based on students’ levels in English.
Studies on the connection between fine arts and applied arts, from prehistory to 20th century conceptual art give students a complete and essential general culture.
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