Textile Surface Design 3: Part A
Students are expected to work on design problems of increased complexity and expand on their individual career goals supported by faculty guidance.
Students are required to develop a coordinated collections of design related to specific needs of an industry such as wall coverings, home furnishing textiles, and fashion textiles.
Professional practices relate to the student's working portfolio, resumes, job-hunting, and interviewing, plus the necessary information needed to maintain a working studio.
Prerequisite: Textile/Surface Design II: Part A
First class materials: TBD
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