|Title:||CAD for Fashion Design - Apparel I|
|Date:||1/14/2017 - 4/29/2017|
|Address:||136 Newbury Street, Boston, (Back Bay between Clarendon & Dartmouth Streets; Green Line to Copley, or Orange Line to Back Bay Station)|
|Hours:||9am - 12:30pm|
|Details:||CAD for Fashion Design: Apparel I|
10% off for Spring 2017 semester
See details below
Saturdays, 9am – 12:30pm
January 14 – April 29
CAD is an essential part of our core curriculum.
This lab course introduces students to a digital platform for pattern manipulation, grading and marker making. The course is structured to encourage analytical thinking and creative problem solving so that a designer can become acclimated to most digital patternmaking systems used in the industry.
Software: Accumark – Gerber Technology
Prerequisite: Comprehension of patternmaking, grading, marker making and construction; a fundamental understanding of the Windows environment.
Instructor: Phyllis Misite, PhD
Phyllis Misite has been teaching Computer Aided Design (CAD) since 1994. Computers and fashion design are her passion and combining the two makes it twice the fun for her! She has taught all facets of fashion design at the college level since 1979 including illustration, pattern making, draping, CAD I, II and III and advanced studio classes.
If you’ve not yet had the opportunity to take this class with SFD, we encourage you to enroll this Spring at our special one-time reduced rate. $1,220
Breakdown of fees as follows:
$30 registration fee
$1000 discounted tuition (from $1,235)
$25 Library Fee
$50 Lab Fee
$15 Photocopy Fee
RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY!!
|Event is:||Every Sat|
|Audience:||18 and Up|
|Category:||Education and School
|Submitted by:||Jennifer Leclerc||