Superlatives are more than words that puff up a person, place, or thing. True excellence comes from the essence of meaning and making. Here is where a Master of Design is not a label, but an explanation forged by greats like Georgia O’Keeffe, Walt Disney, Thomas Hart Benton and Eleanor Coen.
Master of Design in Designed Objects
This graduate degree program is a course-based curriculum that immerses the student in the critical and technical skills intended to push the boundaries of design and mind.
Here enthusiastic devotees free their boundless potential.
Students recapture the mundane, intellectually, and creatively reimagining everyday objects through close examination before critically rethinking them. This carefully ordered, experimental program challenges students to discover their distinct voices as designers.
Master of Design in Fashion, Body, and Garment
How else will one remake oneself or someone else more visibly than by fashioning their bodies in a garment? Graduates of this design program have unique possibilities before them. The worlds of contemporary fashion bloom before them.
Possible outcomes for graduates include careers in design studios, in theatrical and performance settings, or on their own displaying their work in galleries.
For more information about the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and to learn more about the application process for a Master’s programs for Designed Objects and Fashion, Body, and Garment, visit them online today. You can also visit the Office of Admissions at 36 S. Wabash Ave., Suite 1201, Chicago, IL 60603, call (312) 629-6100, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.