Open Window Institute - Pretoria

Tuesday, 13 October 2015

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City: Pretoria, Gauteng
Offer type: Offer

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Contact name Libe
Phone 0126489200

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Do you find yourself on a path that has led you to a fork in the road? What do you do now? Adventure into the world of the unknown, filed with uncertainty, creativity, awe and wonder? Or do you stick to the perfectly paved road with clearly marked directions and the promise of security and wealth?

Did you know that technology is of no value without the mind of a designer and visual design thinking?

The careers of the future, some still unknown, are emerging daily due to the age of technological disruption and advancement we live in. Careers of tomorrow include being a digital designer, data visual engineer, product designer, SEO specialist, information architect, user experience designer, mobile app designer and web developer. These go hand-in-hand with skills in photography, animation, game design, 3-Dimensional Design, film and TV, screen acting, screen writing, and many others.

We want to tell you more!

The Open Window Institute of Arts and Digital Sciences hereby specially invites you our Open Day on Saturday 24 October 2015 from 09h00 to 14h00.

Please join us for a day of informative talks with industry experts and alumni, interactive workshops, a film and acting demonstration, a live broadcast on our campus with Lucky Radio and much more!

Meet our students, lecturers and staff and get a taste of what your future holds in 2016. There are so many different career opportunities for every student. We would like to meet you and talk about the possibilities available to you. There are so many career fields that you may not even be aware of.

Don’t feel stranded in the unknown; let us guide you into the career of your dreams!

Date: 24 October 2015
Time: 09h00-14h00
Venue: The Open Window
John Vorster Drive Ext East
Southdowns, Irene

“Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow know what you truly want to become.” Steve Jobs
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