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By Yeo Sue-Ann, Lecturer cum Programme Leader, School of Education, MPU and Language Life in the 21st century increasingly requires us to exercise more creativity to think outside the box and innovate. As educators, we also try our best to foster creativity in the classroom. However, at the same time, there is a struggle for...
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By Thenmoli A/P Rajantran, Lecturer, School of Creative Arts & Designs If people were to possess an actual toolbox filled with basic yet important tools to function in a society then communication would be the biggest and most dominant tool in said toolbox. We humans love to interact with one another and even before the...
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By Thevagi Selvamaney, Lecturer, School of Communication and Creative Arts Why buy a card on Mother’s Day for your Beloved Mom when you can send a video that includes pictures of you? It’s an easy way to spread love and joy on this very special day that’s not just about her, but also about you....
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Creativity is a quality that’s always valued, no matter what the subject matter is.  The creative industry is an enormous one, and it continues to grow. Along with this growth of industry, grow too the great many creative and artistic career paths. From sole proprietors to booming international corporations to not-for-profit organisations, the creative industry...
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By Nesamalar A/P Damalingam, Lecturer, School of Creative Art & Design “What is the difference between graphic design and digital design?”  This is a question that many students interested in design often ask. Although both graphic and digital design are founded on the same fundamental knowledge and principles, graphic designers lack the digital skills which...
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Food.  We literally can’t live without it.  Neither you, nor I, nor the person sitting across from you at the dinner table, nor the barista who makes your coffee at the corner Starbucks, nor your neighbourhood ice-cream man in the van.  We all need and love food.  Today, we will tell you how to capitalise...
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By Nesamalar A/P Damalingam, Lecturer, School of Creative Arts & Design Studio Thinking Framework (STF) is a method built by professionals at Project Zero (Harvard’s School of Education’s research arm). It consists of a set of eight structures that an artist uses: Craft Development, Engagement and Persisting, Envision, Express, Observe, Reflect, Stretch and Discover, and...
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