• Fashion Design Studio

Semester 2 Short courses NOW ENROLLING

Posted on July 1, 2015 by andrea

We have a selection of short courses running in semester 2 open for enrolment. Just click on the course name for more information and enrolment links.


Screen Print Design by Pam Melrose

Design Principles for Fabric Printing – 5 week workshop is for anyone wanting to print their own designs onto fabrics. You will learn quick and simple print design techniques, as well as the basic skills needed to screen print, including screen set up and coating, shooting a design onto the screen, preparing fabric for printing and screen printing. Running over 5 consecutive weeks, it allows you to work on your designs between classes and come in and print the next week. It is ideal for anyone studying the Digital Fabric Design commercial courses as you can use the prints designed in that class to print in this workshop in both repeats and placement prints.

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Digital Print Design by Luisa Franco

Digital Fabric Design – An Introduction – This course provides students with an ability to apply design based software Adobe CS6 to the design, preparation and creation of printed fabrics in a digital medium at an introductory level.

Digital Fabric Design II – Design and prepare complex repeat layouts for screen,rotary and digital printing



Fashion Illustration by Nicholas Huxley

Fashion Illustration 1 – This is a practical course where students learn the creative art of illustrating detailed drawings of figure and face for a fashion design context. A great course for those wanting to gain entry into a fulltime fashion design course with no prior illustration skills.

Fashion Illustration 2 – This course is designed to build your fashion drawing and illustration skills,using various rendering mediums. You will learn how to find inspiration and build your design ideas as well as techniques for illustrating design details.

Fashion Portfolio – Introduction to Fashion Design – This course is designed to provide you with an introduction to illustration techniques, design principles, fashion research and design. This is ideal for anyone wanting to gain basic skills in fashion design to put a portfolio together for the selection process into the Bachelor of Fashion Design.