Each year, the Goren School of Graphic Design teaches and trains more than twenty students. Receiving high-level instruction at Goren, our students work as professionals in a variety of design frameworks, and influence Israel's visual landscape. Their impact is felt in an array of media outlets. Studies on the Visual Communications track at the Goren School develop distinctive personal styles. Working on the basis of their own experience and perceptions of local and global trends, students hone creative designs skills, as well as critical professional styles.The program's distinctiveness derives from the mix of theoretical studies at the Max Stern College of Emek Yezreel's Multi-Disciplinary Studies department, and professional studies in Goren's Visual Communications track. The program equips students with academic skills and expertise in fields of behavioral studies and social sciences. At the Goren School, studies combine courses and training workshops relating to visual languages, multi-dimensional design, advertising, illustration, internet, digital media design and more. Studies also include courses on Fine arts and art history. Students take part in unique collaborative projects with public institutions. At the conclusion of their studies, participants receive a BA degree from the College's Multi-Disciplinary Studies department, which includes the Visual Communications unit. The integrated character of our program stems from our recognition that it is impossible to succeed in today's complex, globalized world of design without comprehensive academic knowledge, and a strong ability to set and pursue well-defined creative goals.
Head, Visual Communications Track