Multidisciplinary Workshops Media
In a world where signs and images have become a fundamental language, graphic designers share ideas, information and emotions. Students are consequently invited to situate themselves in and understand contemporary society while developing their own artistic approach through research and experimentation, associating ethics and aesthetics within the pleasure of creation.
A support workshop for the courses included in this department: typography, graphic design and visual and graphic communication
This workshop will raise questions pertaining to the meaning and structure of images, serving as an introduction to typography, layout, text/image relations, supports, materials, tools and gestures through indirect approaches. The aim is to make the students be able to confront the stakes of media through by discovering personalized approaches and working methods.
This workshop continues the introduction to the graphic vocabulary initiated in Bachelor 1 and connects this vocabulary to a given thematic, while engaging in a contemporary mode of communication and practice.
Making use an array of propositions, this course seeks to consolidate the personal research of the students, who are invited to define their own constraints, their limits, and to delineate their practice. In a written assignment, they will describe and analyze the development and evolution of their practice after three years of secondary studies.