Seneca College Visual Merchandising Photos

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Visual Merchandising Arts Coordinator: David McDermid

See window displays created by students in Seneca College's Visual Merchandising Department

Students at Seneca College have created amazing window displays as part of their course curriculum. Since 2011, they have kept an archive of their windows on Flickr. Click on the link below and experience the great work and creativity on display!

Program Description

The Visual Merchandising Arts diploma program teaches design and display techniques to create effective visual presentations. It teaches merchandise co-ordination, mannequin presentation, photo styling and drawing techniques. Students develop the ability to transform design ideas into practical creative displays that support retail sales. The students' experience is further enhanced by 110 hours of field placement that provides them with an opportunity to improve their skills, expand their portfolio and network with industry professionals.


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