CREATIVE

(this is a brief overview to help you understand the basics of the variety of disciplines in Art + Design)

Ceramic Art

Ceramic Artists use clay and other raw materials by the process of pottery to produce objects of any type. 

Digital Art

Digital Artists can be defined as any artists that create using the computer as a medium. Here you can find creations such as  digital illustrations 3d visualisationsetc.

Fashion Design

Fashion designers practise the art of the application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. Here you can find costumes, clothes, accessories, shoes etc.

Fine Art

Fine Artists use 2D, 3D, 4D and cross-dimensional pathways and experimental approaches to express art.

Graffiti Art

Graffiti Artists love writing or draw scribbled, scratched, or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface in a public place.

Graphic Design

Graphic Designers focus on the creation of ideas and messages though visual communication and presentation such as the design of a book, poster, leaflet, logo, website etc.

Industrial Design

Industrial Designer focus in the process of designing manufactured products, usually small scale. Here you can find furniture, domestic products etc.

Interior Design

Interior designers work with the spatial and physical intervention within existing buildings, combining the functional and the inspirational, the spatial and the object, the abstract and the concrete – all at a human scale.

Jewellery Design

Jewellery designerscreate original jewellery creations and usually constructs them as well using special stones or metal.

Lighting Design

Lighting designers know how to make the best use of the subtle and powerful medium of light, creating effects that can be changed at will to match a spatial feeling or activity.

Photography

Photographers use a fluid approach to image making. Whether still or moving, analogue or digital, the photographic image is a visual form with no fixed identity.

Sculpture

Sculptors use a variety of handling materials to express art through a variety of sculpture techniques.

Textile Design

Textile Designers deal with the three main textile design practices – print, knit and weave used to create fabrics. 

Scenography

The stage or set design for performance such as theatre performance or any relevant activity.

Illustration

Visual graphical representations of an artist such as a drawing, sketch, painting, photograph, or other kind of image of things seen applied to any type of surface possible.

Art + Craft

 Is often used to describe the family of artistic practices within the family decorative arts that traditionally are defined by their relationship to functional or utilitarian products.



MAKING

(this is a brief overview to acquaint you with the basic information related to the ways of developing any type into matter )

Suppliers

A variety of people who provide the source of material that will be used as a method to the work of art or design. This could be for example art supplies, graphic supplies, fashion supplies, electrical supplies, material supplies etc.

Fabricators

The process of making something usually using a variety of machines. This could be printing services, book binders, wood fabricators, metal fabricators, glass fabricators etc.

Craftsmen

People with special skills who use as means of creation their hands.