Visual Communication Institute
The Visual Communication Institute / The Basel School of Design is today a Department of the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), Academy of Art and Design (HGK). We offer curricula at the Bachelor and Master level in the field of Visual Communication with international accreditation (BA, MA, MDes). The faculty members are active participants in the design community and are involved in applied research projects. The central focus of all activities is the creation of images for communication. The Visual Communication Institute developed out of the influential tradition of the Basel School of Design beginning in the 1960s. We have expanded this background to address the challenges of the 21st Century. We are part of an international network of Art and Design Schools that provides many opportunities for students and faculty.
|Conference and Exhibition | |
Taipei–Basel Design Processes 2016
Taipei is not only the capital of Taiwan, but this year, it is also the World Design Capital 2016. The title reflects the outstanding efforts which have been made over the past decades in the field of design and art. Advancing from a culture following global trends, this new vital environment is now a leader providing the international design and art community with new impulses.
Taipei is today a developer of exemplary models, generating new projects connecting design, craft, art and social issues.
The conference and exhibition Taipei – Basel will be presenting a wide range of both young and established communication designers, as well as academic positions.
- Oct. 22, 9am – 5pm
- HGK FHNW, Auditorium, Building D, Freilager-Platz 1, 4023 Basel
- Oct. 19 – Nov. 2
- Mon – Fri: 9am – 6pm
- Exhibition opening: Oct.18, 6pm
- HGK FHNW, Foyer, Building D, Freilager-Platz 1, 4023 Basel
Program download (PDF)
|Selected-Ausstellung HGK FHNW: Verlängert bis 6. Oktober 2016|
Besuchen Sie die Diplomausstellung "Next Generation 2016". Das Institut Visuelle Kommunikation ist mit vier Arbeiten aus den drei Studiengängen BA, MA und MDes vertreten.
Vernissage: 16. September 2016
Ausstellung: Die Ausstellung kann bis am 6. Oktober am Freilager-Platz 1 in Basel besucht werden.