USJ’s Master Students of Communication and Media presented the diversity of visual works in an Open Class at the Creative Macau
USJ’s Master Students of Communication and Media presented the diversity of visual works in an Open Class at the Creative Macau on 20 June 2020
On Saturday, 20 June at 2.30 pm, Professor José Manuel Simões, Coordinator of the Department of Communication and Media of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities (FAH) of University of Saint Joseph (USJ), organised an Open Class at Creative Macau with master students of Communication and Media programme. In a presentation named “Visual Infinity”, the students showed their selected works. The main subject of this open class was Macao and its different visual representations. It brought together very diverse projects and a wide range of media, focusing mainly on visual content.
In this event, the public had the opportunity to have an overview of students’ works which included infographics, animations, photos and videos concerning Macao’s heritage, culture and vitality. Furthermore, students presented their vision via animations produced on topics as diverse as Macao’s cultural activities, the expansion of the city or the evolution of brands.
For the last nine months, the students of the Master of Communication and Media (MCM) learned creative modules, such as, Visual Culture, Infographics and Multimedia Design. Students were encouraged to successfully and professionally develop their audio-visual, multimedia, and photographic skills to produce exciting content. Not only for classroom use but also for the public to appreciate their best visual productions, work methodology and digital identity.