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Sharjah Women’s College to Hold ‘Danat 2015’ Art Exhibition at Art Couture- 15th February – 28th February

In coordination with Art Couture, Al Badia Golf Club & Capacity World Media the Applied Communications Department at Sharjah Women’s College (SWC) will be holding its annual art exhibition, ‘Danat 2015’, from the 15th of February until the 28th of February 2015 at Art Couture at the Al Badia Golf Club, By Intercontinental Dubai Festival City.

The exhibition is titled‘ Danat 2015’ which means pearls and draws inspiration from one of the oldest traditions in the UAE, pearl diving, the mainstay of the local economy in the past. The exhibition will include drawings, photography, fashion design and graphic design (technical illustration) artwork submitted by the Sharjah Women’s College, Applied Media students (approximately 50 pieces in all).

Going by the quality, creativity and originality of the exhibits, it is expected that some of the artwork on display will be for sale.

MV4C5940 (1)The goal of the Applied Communications Programs at Sharjah Women’s College (SWC) and other Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) is to develop a technically sound, theoretically proficient and culturally sensitive workforce for the growing media and design industry in the UAE. The programs offered by the Programat SWC give students option to specialize in one of the three popular majors: Applied Media, Animation and Fashion Design.

Aisha Abdalla 1The Program provides an integrated learning environment – student-centered and project-based – where practical project work is contextualized and supported by ‘theoretical work’. The students are exposed to ‘learning by doing’, facilitating training in the areas of Media Production and Design. Trained on state of art equipment and through a well-structured internship and work-based learning program, the graduates are capable of applying critical and creative approaches to the application of conceptual, production, and technical skills, to achieve the highest professional standards in a rapidly evolving media industry. Graduates develop the skills required to be life-long learners through exposure to a range of learning opportunities.

17.Khawla-Water splashThe Division works towards the Emiratization of creative, production, management and technical roles in the media industry to meet the need for designers, media producers, and young business leaders – who can produce well considered, effective solutions which are truly representative in promoting the cultural and social values of the United Arab Emirates.