Yuko Shimizu, Steve Brodner, Gary Panter, Maira Kalman, Sam Weber, Stephen Savage, Paul Buckley, Guy Billout and Pat Cummings are among them.
The process involved in developing a truly personal vision is risky.
It is a classroom-based curriculum, unlike many graduate programs where students work independently with scheduled faculty oversight.
Close interaction between faculty and student, as well as with other classmates, is an essential part of the creative process that is our program.
Moreover, the use of visual aids can bring more enthusiasm to the speaker as well as the listeners in this case.
Audience will better retain the information as visual aids focus on important information in a reinforcing manner unlike the bolded or bulleted text.
It demands you be open to thinking in new ways, reassess your drawing and painting skills, put your creativity on the line and free your imagination.
We offer you the chance to compete using your own vision.
Since communication is the key to success in all institutions including education, Multi National Companies, Industries, academies of personality development, training centers and many more, it becomes really important to have attentive audience to meet the purpose of such communications.
One of the keys to effective communication is the use of Visual Aids.