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Dr MIchael Garbutt from UNSW, left and Dr Soheil Ashrafi from RCDC, right, at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
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Raffles academic, Dr Soheil Ashrafi, has been collaborating…
In 2016, Raffles College of Design and Commerce showcased 11 designers at the China Graduate Fashion Week (CGFW). The project was instigated in 2014, which found Crystal Tsoi, Program Assistant to Fashion…
Poster for Tomorrow is an international poster design competition held annually by 4tomorrow, an independent, non-profit organisation based in Paris. Their purpose is to raise awareness and stimulate debate…
See a sneak peak at some of our Photography Graduates who will be showcasing at The Raffles Graduate Exhibition 2016. The exhibition will run from the 6th-8th December 2016 at
Raffles College photography alumni Alessandro Perini
Written by Alan Chen…
By Caroline Koegler
The Type Directors Club is the leading international organisation recognising excellence in typography. Through their annual competition, the TDC highlights the best…
EMERGING DESIGNERS STAR IN RAFFLES INTERNATIONAL SHOWCASE
WHAT: Raffles International Showcase
WHERE: Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh
WHEN: 3pm on Friday, 20th May 2016
Graphic Design Program Director, Edward Coffey and Program Assistant Caroline Koegler, recently received an award for the design of the Raffles Graduate Exhibition 2015, consisting of an annual, posters, invitation and…
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