PD in Jewellery Design_2016_20160810 - Hong Kong Design Institute

Aug 1, 2016 - A comprehensive contemporary jewellery course from cultural history, design ... •Research on Cultures and Development of Thinking Skills. •Aesthetic ... Strengthening the techniques and materials application and introducing ...
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Professional Diploma in Jewellery Design (6th intake) A comprehensive contemporary jewellery course from cultural history, design concept, techniques, trends and branding to portfolio management. Articulate to Top-up Degree Programme Sheffield Hallam University BA (Hons) Jewellery and Metalwork

Info Seminar 15 July 2016 (Friday), 7.00pm - 8.30pm, Room 483, IVE(Morrison Hill), Wanchai Supporting Organisations

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Suitable for designers, sales and marketing, brand managers or those who are interested in jewellery design and develop your own brand Course Strengths

Stage 1: Professional Certificate in Jewellery Design: Culture & Design Methods (90 hours, 30 sessions) Nurturing the understanding of cultural influences, design processes and communication skills

M1 - Jewellery Design: Inspiration from Culture

•The only QF level 4 Professional Diploma in Jewellery Design in HK •CEF course, eligible applicants will be reimbursed 80% of tuition fees (maximum sum of HK$10,000) •Articulate to top-up degree in BA (Hons) Jewellery and Metalwork of Sheffield Hallam University of UK •Teaching Rhino (the latest 3D software) which is widely used by PRC and international market •Lecture by a team of professional practitioners in jewellery industry

Articulate to Top-up Degree Programme Sheffield Hallam University http://www.shape.edu.hk/programme.php?id=673597 Programme Name: BA (Hons) Jewellery and Metalwork QF Level: 5 Full-time study (12 months) Part-time study (18 months)

(24 hours, 8 sessions)

•Research on Cultures and Development of Thinking Skills •Aesthetic Values from the 19th Century to the 20th Century •Cultural Investigation and Analysis Schedule: 2016 Nov 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec 1, 8, 15, 22 Time: Thu, 7-10pm Fee: HK$4,080 | Lecturer: Lydia Siu

M2 - Computer-Aided Jewellery Design & Communication Skills (36 hours, 12 sessions) •Principle of Visual Communication •Computer-Aided Jewellery Design (CAJD) •Implementation of Visual Presentation Schedule: 2016 Nov 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec 5, 12, 19 2017 Jan 2, 5, 9, 12, 16 Time: Mon & Thu, 7-10pm Fee: HK$6,840 | Lecturer: Stephen Wong

M3 - Jewellery Design: Concepts & Solutions (30 hours, 10 sessions)

•Jewellery Workshop •Idea and Concept Generation •Idea Development and Design Solutions •Realization and Presentation of Design Schedule: 2017 Feb 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27, Mar 2, 6, 9 Time: Mon & Thu, 7-10pm Fee: HK$5,400 | Lecturer: Nomera Ajmal

Bridging Course (Pre-requisite) Applicant are required to take the following bridging courses if they do not have the basic knowledge in 2D and 3D jewellery drawing skills. Portfolio review and interview may be required.

Class A - Hand Sketching and Technical Drawing (24hrs; 8 sessions)

Schedule: 2016 Sep 1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26 Lecturer: Lydia Siu

Class B - Photoshop and Illustration (12hrs; 4 sessions) Schedule: 2016 Sep 29, Oct 3, 6, 13 Lecturer: Cally Lam

Class C - Rhino (12hrs; 4 sessions) Schedule: 2016 Oct 17, 19, 24, 26 Lecturer: Stephen Wong Time: Mon & Thu, 7pm – 10pm Venue: HKDI

Stage 2: Professional Certificate in Jewellery Design: Techniques, Trends & Branding (90 hours, 30 sessions) Strengthening the techniques and materials application and introducing brand strategies and marketing knowledge

M4 - Jewellery Techniques & Design (36 hours, 12 sessions)

•Jewellery Workshop •Usage of Tools and Machineries •Technical Theory in Jewellery Making •Jewellery Techniques and Metal Fabrication Schedule: 2017 Mar 23, 27, 30, Apr 6, 10, 13, 20, 24, 27 May 4, 8, 13 Time: Mon & Thu, 7-10pm Fee: HK$6,840 | Lecturer: Nomera Ajmal

M5 - Changes & Trends in Jewellery Design (24 hours, 8 sessions)

•Contemporary Design Trends and Styles •Aesthetic Values from the 20th Centur