Shape memorable exhibition design experiences.
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Learn how to design an exhibition from concept to installation in this certificate program. Gain the understanding of how to create and document the design of an exhibition from concept to installation. Special focus is on creating interpretive environmental experiences that include storytelling, sustainability and environmental design. The exhibition designer often works in a collaborative team process, integrating the disciplines of industrial design, architecture, graphic design, audiovisual, digital media, architecture, lighting design, as well as content specialization. At the end of the semester, students will complete and present an exhibition design proposal with models, photographs and drawings of original work toward their portfolio.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Aspiring and practicing...
- Visual merchandising designers
- Anyone interested in developing or enhancing their skills in exhibition design—applicable to various scales and venues, including museums, art exhibitions, retail spaces, trade shows, kiosks, visitor centers, and showrooms
This certificate program requires the successful completion of 96 hours of study or 4 core required courses. It can be taken as a summer intensive certificate program within 4 weeks in June or August, or within the Fall or Spring semester.
XCSI-600 Tools and Methods of Visual Representation
XCSI-601 Architectural Elements for Exhibition Design
XCSI-602 Universal & Culturally Sensitive Design
XIND-112 Rhino: CAD for Product & Spatial Design
SUMMER (JUNE OR AUGUST)
XSI-327 Exhibition Design Intensive (includes XCSI-600, XCSI-601, & XCSI-602)
XSI-333 Rhino Intensive (equivalent to XIND-112 Rhino: CAD for Product & Spatial Design)
RELATED CERTIFICATE PROGRAM OFFERING AVAILABLE INDEPENDENTLY
Visual Merchandising Design Certificate Program (Summer Only)
Deadline: 5 business days before each class starts.
Early registration is encouraged. After the deadlines, students may still be admitted only if virtual space remains in the selected course or program.
A laptop or desktop computer with a reliable internet connection and camera
All students will be given access to the required digital tools through their Pratt Onekey account (e.g. GSuites, Slack, Adobe Suite, and Zoom). Pratt will use these online platforms to connect students with their faculty and it is the student’s responsibility to check that their region/computer is capable of supporting these various platforms and tools.Questions? Contact email@example.com.
April 6-29, 2021, Online
March 3, 2021 to May 5, 2021, Online
February 23, 2021 to April 1, 2021, Online
May 4-6, 2021, Online