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BA (Hons) Design For Branded Spaces Interactive Workshop

Event date
15 November 2018 (12:00 to 16:00)
BA (Hons) Design For Branded Spaces Interactive Workshop

BA (Hons) Design For Branded Spaces course team would like to invite you to an interactive workshop at LCC. 

BA (Hons) Design for Branded Spaces is a new future-facing course with a strong focus on interactive branded spaces enhanced by digital technologies. It is aimed at students who are interested in designing interior, pop up, installation and event.

You will be met by our student ambassadors who will take you on a tour of the College, which will include our specialist printing facilities and newly opened Creative Technology Lab.

You will also have the opportunity to visit our student accommodation.

A sandwich lunch will be provided and this will be followed by a portfolio presentation and admissions advice talk where you will have the opportunity to ask any questions. 

Workshop: (Colour and Light in Design) for branded spaces is a taster workshop with our current students with a focus on hands-on design practice.

Book your place now.
For more information please email

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