The Industrial Art Department encourages students to develop their personal creativity and teaches them multiple possibilities of expressing aesthetic, theoretical and cultural issues in their visual representations. At the Diploma and HND level, students can specialize in Ceramics, Painting, Textiles, Graphic Design, Leatherwork as well as Sculpture and Furniture Design or study a combination of these six disciplines in the Bachelor of Technology level. Courses in the history of African Art, Entrepreneurship, Art Appreciation, Visual Psychology, Computer Aided Design among others complement our studio programmes and provide a lively intellectual cross-fertilization of theory and practice.
Programmes in the department will develop your ability to use your technical, formal, and critical thinking skills to explore the university niche area (i.e. Agricultural Engineering) through visual art. Students will also learn to see the world more clearly while they build their art and craft skills. The department always place emphasis on what must be learnt to respond to industry needs and learner interests. We also provide skills training for local craftsmen within the community. In addition, staff from our department provide guidance to our students to learn the traditional art and craft techniques with the aim of combining them with the latest digital technologies.
This challenging and engaging department is housed within specialist studios, each led by experienced teams of artists. You will engage with a range of strategies to support the development of your studio practice with an emphasis on craft, skill and critical thought.
The aim of the Industrial Art Department is to equip graduates with essential innovative technical knowledge, sustainable raw material management skills and entrepreneurial skills.
The objectives of the department are to train students to be able to
It is expected that graduates from this Department should be able to:
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