The Exhibition and Experience Design MA course at the Fashion Institute of Technology prepares students for careers in cross-disciplinary spatial design.
School: Fashion Institute of Technology
Course: Exhibition and Experience Design MA
Location: New York City, USA
Course dates: fall 2022, with a duration of 16 months
Application deadline: general deadline 15 March 2022, rolling deadline 1 June 2022
The Master of Arts in Exhibition and Experience Design is a forum for cross-disciplinary design experimentation where students are explorers and inventors, maximising advancements in both fundamental and state-of-the-art media.
Students generate interpretive environments rooted in narrative and audience-driven experiences.
With a foundation built upon fieldwork, studio work, critical research and applied thesis, our students conclude their educational experience as leaders and bearers of technical achievement.
Graduates are prepared for careers with design firms, museums and cultural organisations, as well as designers and producers of exhibition experiences and branded environments.
Join a multitude of design professionals from around the globe, including architects and graphic, industrial, interior and lighting designers, as well as those with creative backgrounds in theatre, choreography and performance art.
Alongside these professionals, students learn to create experiential environments that are relevant, exciting and aesthetically transporting.
Learn to be a master storyteller. Leave the program having honed a powerful creative logic that calls on a wide variety of skills, including planning, researching and building tangible constructs.
Students create emotionally powerful spaces that bring people into close contact with a lived narrative experience, as told in your own original voice.
Top image: Student Anvita Trivedi speaking at the Exhibition and Experience Design MA course, 2019.
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