Master's in Exhibition Design in North America

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Exhibition Design

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Exhibition design is the consideration of all the elements of an artistic, commercial or theatrical presentation and the development of a plan based on this data. Programs in this subject aim to prepare future curators and event managers for their careers.

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Master in Exhibition Design

Fashion Institute of Technology
Campus Full time September 2017 USA New York

In the Master of Arts program in Exhibition Design, you’ll learn to create environmental experiences that inform, entertain, and inspire. You’ll focus on the designer’s role and relationship to other members of the exhibition team while considering the exhibition [+]

Master in Exhibition Design

In the Master of Arts program in Exhibition Design, you’ll learn to create environmental experiences that inform, entertain, and inspire. You’ll focus on the designer’s role and relationship to other members of the exhibition team while considering the exhibition from the perspectives of communication, design, and fabrication.

This one-year intensive program is designed for candidates with professional experience as well as for recent graduates. Drawing on a range of disciplines including interior design, graphic design, industrial design, exhibit production, architecture, and lighting, you will explore the methods, techniques, and technologies needed to create exhibitions for a variety of venues, from museums to trade shows to public spaces.... [-]