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Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation
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Longwood Arts Entrepreneurship Presentation

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We used this presentation at an introductory meeting with guests from nearby Longwood University.

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    • 1. Halifax County, VA A Unique Place for Education, Entrepreneurism, The Arts, & Innovation
    • 2. The more things change...
    • 3. Virginia’s Higher Education Centers - The Concept - The Distribution - The Mission The SVHEC - Our History - Our Partners - Our Students
    • 4. American Tobacco Warehouse Renovation
    • 5. bencapozzi bencapozzi@mac.com Ben Capozzi Curriculum Coordinator 540.227.0221 Digital Art & Design Program
    • 6. Dr. Betty Adams W. W. Ted Bennett Jr. MBA, PhD, NCCCS State senator and lawyer Visionary Visionary Executive Legislator Education Entrepreneur Madman The mission of the Business of Art & Design program is to develop creative and sustainable human capital for Industry and Entrepreneurship in a collaborative, multidisciplinary learning environment.
    • 7. There’s GOT to be a better way...
    • 8. “The walls between Art and Engineering exist only in our minds” ~Theo Jansen The Business of Art Design
    • 9. Creativity as an Economic Engine “The MFA is the new MBA.” Routine labor and tasks will be increasingly automated and/or outsourced Multiple jobs will be the norm, not the exception Creative capital and the ability to innovate will be increasingly important to competitive advantage In an age where information is abundant and nearly instantaneous, education must happen differently http://www.danpink.com
    • 10. Innovation Age Skills Creative Thinking * Collaboration * Entrepreneurship Complex Problem Solving Ability * Innovation * Digital Literacy • Creativity • Collaboration • Critical Thinking • Complex Problem Solving Ability • Entrepreneurship • Innovation
    • 11. Digital Art & Design Product Design & Development Curriculum Curriculum A.A.S. Design & Visual Communication Semester Four A.A.S. Product Design & Development Specializations in: Specializations in: Graphic Design Fine Woodworking Animation & 3D Visualization Computer Aided Design Multimedia Computer Aided Machining Interactive Design Integrated CAD/CAM Creative Technologies Creative Technologies Certificates in: Certificates in: Arts Entrepreneurship Integrated CAD/CAM Arts Marketing Semester ree Artisan Entrepreneurship Career Studies Certificate: Arts Entrepreneurship Semester Two Foundation Sequence Semester One The Foundation Sequence of classes establishes a common, basic skill set for Creative Professionals in the 21st Century including problem solving and analytical ability, creative thinking strategies, digital literacy, collaborative achievement and entrepreneurism.
    • 12. The DA&D Curriculum Coursework The Coll borative Courses Digital Art & Design Product Desig • Similar Curriculum to VCU’s A.A.S. Design & Visual Communication Semester Four A.A.S. Product De DaVinciSpecializations in: Center Graphic Design Animation & 3D Visualization • Multidisciplinary Multimedia Interactive Design Creative Technologies Co collaboration around Certificates in: a common business Arts Entrepreneurship Arts Marketing Semester ree or designEntrepreneurship Arts challenge Career Studies Certificate: • Undergraduate level coursework Semester Two • Resulting in actual product(s) Foundation Sequence Semester One
    • 13. Digital Art & Design Product Design & Development Curriculum Curriculum A.A.S. Design & Visual Communication A.A.S. Product Design & Development Specializations in: Semester Four Specializations in: Graphic Design Fine Woodworking Animation & 3D Visualization Computer Aided Design Multimedia Computer Aided Machining Interactive Design Integrated CAD/CAM Creative Technologies Creative Technologies Certificates in: Semester ree Certificates in: Arts Entrepreneurship Integrated CAD/CAM Arts Marketing Artisan Entrepreneurship Career Studies Certificate: Arts Entrepreneurship eater & Performing Arts Semester Two Interior Design Foundation Sequence Semester One The Foundation Sequence of classes establishes a common, basic skill set for Creative Professionals in the 21st Century including problem solving and analytical ability, creative thinking strategies, digital literacy, collaborative achievement and entrepreneurism. Hospitality & Tourism Architecture Management “&mpersand Courses” Interdisciplinary courses each semester where students work in collaboration with peers from other degree programs to address a common business or design challenge. Art & Design Curriculum Culinary Arts Visual Arts Product Design & Development Curriculum Projected and Stretch Goals
    • 14. Digital Art & Design Foundation Semester Design Collaboration Creative Thinking Innovation Analytic Ability Entrepreneurship Product Development & Design
    • 15. Beginning Design for Print, Web, & Video 2 Four semesters to train... Intermediate Design for Print, Web, & Video 3 Advanced Design ...Across a range of media for Print, Web, & Video 4
    • 16. The Business of Art Design Coursework at Secondary AND Post-Secondary Level • Portfolio driven • Project-based • Real-world classwork • Student-directed research projects (Google rule) • Collaboration and presentation are fundamental activities in all classes • Community is important • Technology facilitates all of this
    • 17. “The Chair” A Vehicle for Learning
    • 18. Product Design & Development Laboratory
    • 19. The Business of Art Design 2009-2010 Course Offerings at Secondary and Post-Secondary Level • Graphic Arts I & II with HCHS dual-enrollment through DCC with 40 students • Career Studies Certificate in Digital Art & Design through DCC with 27 students • Product Development & Design courses at both high school and college level
    • 20. Riverstone & the Modeling Simulation Center Regional Center for Advanced Technology & Training Virginia Institute for Performance Engineering Research
    • 21. Digital Art & SVHEC Produc Develo t Mo d/Sim ENtrepreNeurism pmeNt & Desig IN Arts & Creative N TechNologies Riversto Ne ? VIPER

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