¿Hablas Diseño? Summer Program
Now, more than ever, designers, advertisers and other professionals in visual media need to understand the trends of an increasingly multicultural market. In a globalized economy where transnational corporations are more common and media and entertainment groups are spending more time and money to engage the international consumer, the creative professional must recognize the language and cultural subtleties that will make visual media successful either across a broad spectrum of individuals, or within a niche market. Multi-racial, multi-ethnic and multi-national, the Latino consumer is the archetype of a globalized world, making Latinos one of the most sought after audiences for marketers and advertisers, both in the United States and abroad.
The School of Visual Arts ¿Hablas Diseño? program offers a series of intensive summer courses that address the growing needs of this significant global market. The courses offered through this program are tailored to the unique cultural voice of Latinos, both nationally and internationally. This means learning how to create innovative and though-provoking designs, copy, ads and other media that take into account the nuances of the Spanish language and the specific demands of different communities.
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Sunday, November 23, 2014
Thomas Houseago’s Moun Room is up now at Hauser & Wirth. Low-grade in materials, the work is crafted in plaster, yet it is a navigable structure that organizes space. Thus, Moun Room teeters...
Friday, October 31, 2014
Happy Halloween! Here are some spooky pics from the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. How many can you identify?
Thursday, October 23, 2014
“Artists rarely make a decent wage, even when they manage to practice art and have it be their main source of income,” says a recent Washington Post blog post. How much should artists get paid?