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Students Immersed in the World of Design

Graphic Design is defined as the art or skill of combining text and pictures in advertisements, magazines, or books. Some might hear this and be overwhelmed while some will be severely underwhelmed. The truth is graphic design is both. The process of creating something new is a magnificent phenomenon; a lot goes into making an idea turn to reality. A selection of people will be fantastic at coming up with ideas but have difficulties forging it into existence. However, many experience the opposite, they are great with manifesting products but can’t think of what to manifest. Whether you're great or horrendous at either of these two things, you'll be immersed in the world of design and be able to improve both physical skill and creativity. 

 

Graphic Design is taught by the esteemed graphic artist, Kelly Gibbs, also known as Ms. G. Not only will she teach you everything you need to know including basic tools of Adobe programs, she will do her absolute best to empower you to reach your goals and perform to the best of your ability. You’ll have a lot of creative freedom for class assignments as well as free time for personal work. If you think you’re up for it, you can always complete live work (customer jobs) and get a taste of how it'll be for a designer in the real world.

 

The classroom is a very calm environment. Most of the time everyone is quietly working with a little bit of talking but you can just chill out. Music plays for the entire class as well to put everyone in a good mood. It is a prime atmosphere to get you inspired. You feel a good bond with your classmates, and everyone there is your friend and they are always very helpful if you need assistance. If you’re into art, this class is for you. Even if you aren’t sure if you're going to go into design or art, in general if you enjoy creating, you’ll love this class.

 

 

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