Always keeping up to date with the most important trends, you become an expert in make-up and fashion. Be it flamboyant or classical, discreet or extravagant: you work on high level fashion and have mastered the tricks of the trade for putting models on scene.

Skills

  •  Creative
  •  Technical
  •  Organisational
  •  Communicative

Start your career as

  • Makeup Artist
  • Hairstylist
  • Fashion Designer
  • Fashion Manager
  • Pattern Maker
  • Dressmaker
  • Fashion Stylist
  • Cad Operator

Short course: Fashion Illustration

  • Trainer: Cathleen Gay
  • Cost: 299 AUD
  • Delivery: 4 weeks x 3hrs per week
  • Dates: Monday evenings from 6pm – 9pm
    • Monday 4 November – Sketch your figurine: Learn the first steps of fashion sketches and discover the specificities of fashion sketch.
    • Monday 11 November - Embroidery workshop: Learn the basic of embroidery which allow you to create your first piece!
    • Monday 18 November - An intro to Photoshop: Learn the specificity of Photoshop and the first steps of this software.
    • Monday 25 November - An intro to Trend forecasting: Learn what is a trend and how to use it properly.

About the trainer:
Cathleen is a distinguished fashion designer, lecturer and artist, who has worked with some of the most esteemed fashion houses and film directors in Europe.
She studied Arts, before entering the “Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne”, one of the most prestigious Fashion Design Schools in the world and the only school specialising in Haute Couture in Paris. She continued her career within the Haute Couture world, proceeding to work within the houses of Christian Dior’s Haute Couture Studio, Christian Lacroix, Louis Ferraud, Lorris Azzaro, and Koji Tatsuno, with whom she created costumes for Peter Greenaway’s “The Pillowbook” and different sectors in this field. She has been living in Shanghai, China for 10 years where she came to work as Fashion Design Teacher and Program Responsible for Chinese Universities to give and share her expertise of Fashion. She is back to her birth land, Melbourne where she teaches Fashion Design, provides Consulting and continues her Artistic work and collaborations as a multidisciplinary and transversal designer with textile, drawing, graphic and photo as her main tools of expression.

Short course: Discover your dream career - Makeup Artist fundamentals

A six week make up course

Learn professional make up techniques and create your own for a photoshoot!

  • Week 1 : All about skin
    Learn how to create a beautiful dewy skin suitable for clients and studio work.
    Understand highlighting and contouring for any face shapes.
  • Week 2 : Brows & lips eyeliner
    Create the perfect eyebrows and red lipstick! A step by step guide to master the art of eyeliner.
  • Week 3 : Smokey eyes
    The classic smokey eyes and bronzy skin! The ideal before and after look to create on your client.
  • Week 4 : Working with colours
    Introduce colours in your looks! How to work with bright colour for a fashionable makeup look.
  • Week 5 : Understand a creative brief
    Learn how to create a face chart and practice the look for your photoshoot.
  • Week 6 : Photoshoot day 
    Create the make up on your own model for a professional photoshoot!

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Level: Beginners

Equipment: nothing.

Course dates: 5 x Monday, 6pm-9pm and 1 x Sunday, 10am-2pm (November 11th, 18th & 25th, December 2nd, 9th & 15th)

Registration Fee: 300 AUD

POP Project: Fashion & Dance Festival

The "Fashion & Dance" is an interdisciplinary show of contemporary fashion "designed and made in Hanover".

Designers, dancers, models, actors, musicians, choreographers, stylists, photographers, filmmakers, and stage designers create a lively international fashion & dance show.

With our „POP Projects“ students and graduates have the chance to work interdisciplinary on projects. They gain additional knowledge, receive feedback from experts and professional credits for their curriculum vitae.

The terms and conditions vary depending on the different projects. There is always a release or presentation of the final work at the end of each POP Project.

International Industry Link

We are your stepping stone into the growing media business with campuses all over Europe and Australia. Choose your desired occupation in Music & Sound, Event & Music Management, Design & Photography and Fashion & Make-up. Experience high-quality education closely linked to practical experience in order to qualify for your chosen profession in the international art & media industries. Be inspired to become a creative professional and discover exciting new career opportunities.

United POP was founded by a group of companies working in the creative industry. Today, United POP includes the business branches of Education, Media, Production & Services and is one of the leading and most innovative partner for all aspects related to music & media in Europe.

We have industry experienced trainers who are up to date with current trends and technologies. Furthermore, we have our own extensive industry networks in Europe who have assisted students in progressing their careers.

POP Project: Annual Student Exhibition

The students from all Campuses show their projects, which were created as part of the Fashion, Design & Photography Courses in this annual exhibition.

We create and develop, we question and challenge, we shape and design. We are urban warriors of the creative industry - individual, unpredictable and simply awesome. With this exhibition, we combine contemporary perspectives of an urban lifestyle with the main problems of our time and our visions of a warrior.

Enjoy the opportunity to explore visual concepts and be reminded of the power a photograph, a design, a garment or any other creation can have. Let this exhibition make yourself aware of what we are, what we want, what our connections are and what matters.

With our „POP Projects“ students and graduates have the chance to work interdisciplinary on projects. They gain additional knowledge, receive feedback from experts and professional credits for their curriculum vitae.

The terms and conditions vary depending on the different projects. There is always a release or presentation of the final work at the end of each POP Project.