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Last year we successfully held I-EMC and produced several brilliant winners. Hopefully, you or your students can join the stellar list of winners and proud competitors. I-EMC is an online international open competition in mathematics. CityWalk Blok A2 No. Join the fun with students. I-EMC Download Poster. Registration will be closed in. Exam Time. Registration Periode 8 February - 13 March Exam Simulation 15 March Competition Day 20 March The exam will be conducted in three different sessions.
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What is I-EMC? Individual Report All participant get detailed analysis their performance. Ranking You can see your standing among other participants from all over the world. Online Competition You can join this global competition form the comfort of your home. Testimonials I-EMC My opinion about IEMC Final , is that this competition is very good and is also open for students who want to develop their talents in mathematics.
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Thank you for the online Olympiad in this corona virus time. You are difficult but you motivated us. Jemimah William Junior Participant. It was a good and interesting Mathematics questions, I really enjoyed it. Augustus Desmond Chukwuemeka Senior Participant. It was a fun competition to do, I got to refresh my math skills. I would have liked more practice problems. A practical and uniform method to be followed in the writing and presentation of the research paper is introduced.
Throughout semester II students will continue to engage with varying materials and integrated explorations of the formal fundamental concepts that underpin studio practice. Students will further explore the subtle differences between 2D and 3D, and acquire an understanding of how they inform each other. This will be enhanced by specific readings related to contemporary studio practice.
Lecturer: Phillip Thomas I n Drawing 1, the model is used as a reference to approach the study of shape, form and space in terms of line, tone and volume in relation to the figure. The element of balance and proportion as well as individual and expressive approach to the figure by combining media in unusual ways is encouraged. Students will be exposed to using practical techniques such as measuring for proportion, perspective and formatting of the pictorial plane.
This will enable students to recognize the inter-relatedness and integrative processes that emphasize the synergy of 2D and 3D elements.
Students will explore the subtle differences between 2D and 3D, and acquire an understanding of how they inform each other. Students also engage with varying materials and integrated explorations of the formal fundamental concepts of studio practice. In Drawing 1 , the model is used as a reference to approach the study of shape, form and space in terms of line, tone and volume in relation to the figure. Lecturer: Camille Chedda. Lecturer: Yves Yearwood In Drawing 1, the model is used as a reference to approach the study of shape, form and space in terms of line, tone and volume in relation to the figure.
Students will be introduced to basic storyboarding, developing narratives and working trough sequencing. Students will undertake specific projects as they explore and develop a sophisticated understanding of how the elements and principles of design are employed through exposure to the discipline of Studio Practice within three department of their choice.
Students will undertake specific projects as they explore and develop an understanding sophisticated understanding of how the elements and principles of design is employed through exposure to the discipline of Studio Practice. This will further inform them of the formal fundamental concepts that under-pins contemporary art-making which will be enhanced by specific readings and critical thinking and discussions.
This course investigates the connections that exist between the making of art and environment in which art is made. This course explores historical and contemporary approaches to mural painting and design with an emphasis on concepts and philosophies developed in the 20th century.
Students will be encouraged to regard the city of Kingston as an open classroom. Community involvement and collaboration with public and private sectors will be encouraged and designs created as coursework will be placed in the public domain. Emphasis will be placed on media research.
Students will be encouraged to think outside the traditional notion of mural painting pigment on surfaces in an effort to forge new possibilities in murals. This course seeks to align students with concepts ideas and aesthetics related to the Caribbean including its historic context.
It stresses the importance of research and study of Caribbean literature, politics and socio-cultural geography as a necessary pre-requisite in order to have a concrete understanding of image-making and other concerns. This course encourages students to develop ideas through the process of performance and time-based projects using media such as photography, digital imaging and video.
The student is introduced to the possibilities of using basic recording methods to document transitory or ephemeral activity along with more traditional means such as drawing and text.
Prerequisite — Media and Process. This course focuses on the process of exploring materials. Students will explore a broad range of media and techniques, from the conventional to the unconventional, whilst dealing with the formal aspects of painting such as composition and investigation of pictorial space.
Individual and group. This course will further focus on the traditional notions of representation including the narrative, through the convulsions of the various modern movements of the early years: the twentieth century to the extreme formalism of the s and beyond. This course seeks to examine what representation looks like today and what it might become as it continues to evolve. In doing so, fundamental skills and practices held to be at the very core of representation will be re-evaluated and questioned.
In this course the student will work from life models, landscape on location, and still life in order to explore traditional and contemporary methods of representation in Painting. Students will be encouraged to experiment with materials, composition and scale. The works of the super.
Prerequisite — Foundation Studies. This course focuses on developing an individual studio project which is informed by intense studio research and synthesis of knowledge gained in interdisciplinary practice. Through a process of experimentation and research students will expand their project proposal, exploring ideas and thematic concerns with an emphasis on developing their own visual language and approach to integration.
Through guided discussion with lecturers and invited guests they will critically analyse their studio projects and contextualize their work in relation to contemporary theoretical frameworks and practice. This course focuses on the psychological notion of the body.
Issues such as culture, sexuality, disease, technology, gender, evolution and religion will be explored. Students will be required to complete reading assignments and make research presentations to the class. In this course students are introduced to the technical aspects of precision necessary for making Jewellery.
Students will be taught the fundamentals of mechanical and plan drawing as it applies to materials, mechanisms, concepts and designs used in Jewellery. This course will focus on mixed media approaches to express individual ideas. Students will have the opportunity to explore the potential of the materials being used for large or small 3D structures. Model-making and studies to illustrate the relationship between ideas and processes will also be.
This course is designed to broaden the scope of production,creativity and experimentation. The limitation of executing a single piece is expanded by means of mass production of identical pieces in a short time. This course offers to final year students the opportunity to further articulate and expand their personalized approach to studio practice. This is a project or body of work based on a theme chosen by the student that allows them to develop content, realize ideas and initiate the individual thinking required of professional artists.
The independent project forms part of the final examination, and each student must be prepared to discuss the project in depth with the examiners and be able to put into concise language, the concepts and ideas involved.
Students are expected to use the Research Methods II course to conduct research to develop their ideas for their Independent Study projects.
This course offers to final year students the opportunity to develop a personalized approach to studio practice. This course follows on from Surface Design 1, and teaches additional techniques of surface decoration.
The student designs and executes work choosing an appropriate technique, size and form for his or her individual preference. This workshop will provide a series of the necessary technical underpinnings as the foundation to providing the springboard for the ceramic experience of the student artist and designer.
Students will engage in an intensive immersion in the various practices. This workshop is open to design. It is critical that students understand techniques for measuring and calculating body dimensions and how those 3D measurements translate to lines, shapes and cuts on 2D material. This course focuses on:. Clothing is only one component of the Fashion Industry and cannot be seen in isolation. Students will explore the use of complementary and juxtaposing hair, makeup and accessories for styling their own creations.
Students will be shown how to style their creations in a way that reflects the overall image that they are trying to project both for runway and photo shoot scenarios. The coordination and teamwork that is necessary for Fashion Show production and an appreciation of the role of fashion shows in showcasing and marketing their own work will be emphasized in this module. Combining the bodice block with the skirt block provides the basis for the dress block. This basic dress block is further modified to create secondary dress blocks that are the foundation for a wide range of dress patterns and styles.
The fact that today a single garment; jeans, can be the foundation of an entirely separate international fashion industry underscores the importance of understanding and mastering the trouser block.
The addition of the dress and trouser blocks to the skirt, bodice, and sleeve blocks rounds off the principle blocks used in most pattern making and garment construction assignments. An ability to manipulate these principle blocks will provide the foundation for a student that is competent enough to tackle most pattern making assignments.
This workshop focuses on fundamental tapestry techniques, as well as constructing and dressing a frame loom. Experimentation with methods of colouring and dyeing for use in woven fabrics is included. Individuals will be encouraged to focus on developing personal imagery in tapestry. Examples will be drawn from various parts of the world known for this type of work. These methods will be explored along with other surface design techniques such as hand and machine embroidery, quilting and patchwork.
This course prepares students to design for small studio production by introducing them to the practices of contemporary design studios and their procedures and how it differs from the printing industry.
The experience of exploring contemporary fabric creation will also inform the fine art studio experience. Current trends in textile designs are examined, as well as site differences between the small studio printer and industrial printing practices.
Students gain insight into the relationship between creative design and quality of finished sample. Focus is on using basketry, and finger weaving techniques as a means of expressing ideas. These techniques will expose students to a variety of methods for exploring fibre sculpture. Students will be encouraged to focus on developing personal imagery using these techniques. This course provides an introduction to basic weaving.
It focuses on tapestry techniques, using the frame loom. Experimentation with methods of colouring and dyeing for use in woven fabrics is encouraged. This course is a study of natural and synthetic fibres and fabrics, including testing methods for strength and colour- fastness.
As young artists, researchers, designers and art educators in training, it is prudent that a sound grasp of and exposure to as many aspects of creative research areas with potential for advanced exploration be explored. In order to provide a strong reference-base for future and further creative explorations that you will encounter, this Natural Dyes Fibres and Properties course will enable much experimentation of concepts and content that will lend to responding to issues within society in relation to eco-sustainability, human impact and our environment.
Concerns of environmental issues will be discussed, researched and examined in this course to look at ways going forward that we can determine to positively impact and contribute to our health, way of life and our economy. This is a study of traditional and contemporary dyeing and printing techniques of textiles of Japan , Africa and India, and investigation of social, cultural and historical context of textiles from these regions.
Students will also engage in the exploration and examination of the exciting possibilities these techniques offer to contemporary artists. This workshop will cover processes, techniques and insight that are valuable in solving design problems relevant to the applied art practices of Textiles but also provides insights into surface treatment of image repetition applicable for Ceramics, Graphic Design and Jewellery.
Innovative techniques, media, and texture in creating designs are explored to produce various effects. This course will concentrate on the basic symbol development through a creative problem solving for complex concepts. The idea is for the student to learn to present a visual message that is clear, stylistically beautiful and memorable.
Students will undertake specific projects as they explore and develop a sophisticated understanding of how the elements and principles of design are employed through exposure to the discipline of Studio Practice within three departments of their choice.
This will further inform them of the formal fundamental concepts that underpin contemporary art-making which will be enhanced by specific readings and critical thinking and discussions. This course introduces the concepts, vocabulary, and processes relating to visual communication. Basic skills and the concepts needed across various graphics disciplines are discussed. This course provides an overview of the design communication process including conceptualization, creative processes, terminology and technology.
Students will be furnished with multiple communication opportunities, enabling them to interpret, use, appreciate and create compositions using both conventional and digital media in ways that advance thinking decision making and communication. The independent project forms part of the final examination, and each student must be prepared to discuss the project in-depth with the examiners and be able to put into concise language, the concepts and ideas involved.
This is a practical, introductory course to the world of interactive and digital media design. The focus will be on creating interactive experiences that are both functional and engaging. This will be approached from various points-of-view: design, usability, technique, and entertainment.
We will discuss strategies concerning how to make things work well while making it easy to understand and fun for your audience. This is a class for beginners and assumes no previous experience or expertise. We will, however, move at a quick pace. It is absolutely essential that you work hard and stay on top of all the class material.
The course generates discussion of usability, colour, layout, typefaces, negative space, image quality and placement and so much more. The elements of thematic display and exhibition design in commercial and institutional arenas are examined. Professional growth in conceptual ability, ideology and skills development is stressed.
Students design visual presentations and develop techniques for varied applications, learning materials sourcing, graphics, merchandise, budget planning and installation factors. This is a study of packaging graphics and 3D design with emphasis on a variety of products.
Packages are analyzed and positioned from a marketing point of view. Students develop visual graphics and colour schemes suitable for individual products. Typical projects include export oriented food and cosmetic products from Jamaica and the Caribbean region. After introducing students to basic concepts and techniques in illustration with careful thought and research, they are ready to approach another stage in interpreting and rendering illustrations that will stand out in any circle clarifying the idea that conceptualization is not a fleeting thought; various techniques and media will be explored to show that one can be guided in the thought process thus producing objective and functional illustrations with provocative and entertaining results for visual communication.
This course will introduce students to the work of ten highly acclaimed international illustrators. Students will be shown how each illustrator achieves his or her technique and will complete an illustration using a method from each. This course will cover the execution of lettering for reproduction.
The computer will be used to introduce the basic principles of typography design and typesetting. This course provides the opportunity to develop a personal style of illustration supported by examination of historical trends. This course will concentrate on individual solutions to advanced illustration problems while considering communications on a broad scale.
This course will concentrate on the design of all categories of print media from postage stamps to posters, brochures, book covers etc. The idea is for student to learn to present a visual.
This course will introduce the creative processes, methods, strategies and tools used in developing concepts and final designs for various forms of media distribution. Along with understanding these technical approaches, students will also attempt to explore the psychological implications of these processes by investigating the role of the designer as an active agent of change and the impact of new technological developments on society and culture.
This course will cover the equipment, materials, techniques and procedures required in a graphic design studio to produce everything from layouts to mechanical and prepress electronic art.
Emphasis is placed on the use of the computer as well as traditional techniques. These students must enroll in approximately 12 semester hours of course work each semester in order to complete the degree in 2 years. If you cannot take 12 hours each semester, you should take the hours of major courses that are offered each semester, and postpone taking the general education requirements until later. The general education courses are offered at WCU and at virtually every community college each semester and may be taken at any time.
The EMC courses, however, are offered only once every two years. Thus, if it becomes necessary for you to take fewer hours, it is imperative that you stay on track with the WCU courses. A new class begins every fall term, which starts in August. The deadline to complete an application is January The Distance Learning application opens approximately one year in advance of the term you wish to start.
General education courses may be taken at any of the North Carolina community colleges. Transfer agreements are in place for this purpose. It may also be possible for you to take general education courses at another university or community college outside of North Carolina, but you will need to speak with your academic advisor before enrolling in such courses to ensure that they are transferable.
All EMC courses will be offered through the distance learning program. These courses will be offered through multimedia presentations available on the university supported learning management system Blackboard and the World Wide Web. All exams in the EMC program are administered online. Online exams are proctored by the testing center of your local community college or other testing center. Upon providing photo identification, the testing center staff will provide you with a password to access your online exam.
While some testing centers offer these services free of charge, students are personally responsible for payment of any proctoring fees if they choose to utilize a proctor who charges for these services.
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