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Thank you for your interest in Midnight Sun Tanning Laser Studio Guelph and Cambridge. We are committed to providing you excellence and quality with every visit. Our friendly, knowledgeable and Smart Tan Certified staff will help you through the tanning process with individual attention and customized treatment. We offer the benefits of always looking good and feeling great, and ultimately we seek to go beyond your expectations to attain your complete satisfaction.

Midnight Sun Tanning Laser Studio Guelph and Cambridge is open every day of the week and there is no membership or sign-up fee. You can pay-as-you-tan or purchase one of our three simple tanning packages. Appointments are available, however walk-ins are always welcome.

Midnight Sun Tanning Laser Studio offers both UV sunbeds and stand-ups ; VersaSpa spray tan ; pain free laser hair removal using SharpLight technology. facials and eyelash/brow tinting performed by our in-studio esthetician; and the Guelph also offers Red Light Therapy (non-invasive, full body collagen rejuvenation) for the reduction of fine lines, wrinkles and cellulite.

Our Tanning Care Professionals work consistently on a very thorough cleaning schedule. Your tanning room and tanning equipment will always be neat, tidy and sanitized. Our tanning equipment is cleaned and maintained based on a proven maintenance schedule that has been developed over the last 21 years. We guarantee lamps will be changed long before the manufacturers’ recommended lamp life expires. You re assured a first class experience every time you tan.

Midnight Sun Tanning Laser Studio staff are all certified through the International Smart Tan Network before moving on to work as your Tanning Care Professional. These experts work with you, evaluating your skin type and tanning goals. They will help customize a special program that fits you and your schedule.

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Uk online degrees #forty, #five, #45, #degrees, #graphic, #design, #derby, #print, #litho #4, #colour,

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So this is our shop, here we create design work that goes all over the world, it still amazes me! But I guess that is the power of the Internet!

In the shop we can also print your short run digitally printed poster’s, flyer’s, leaflet’s, pretty much anything, including up to 60 page booklets at A4 A5.

We can also print posters up to A1 and

photocopy up to A0.

Dean, Jay, Sarah, Andy Alan

OUR NEW PURPOSE

REBUILT STUDIO IN BELPER

We try our very best to make things as easy

as possible for you during the design process, and when it comes to print just tell us what you want and we will sort it all out for you, no fuss!

Don’t just take our word for it.

You make this process super simple and I really appreciate all your work and assistance. You are a vital member of the What’s On! team and I look forward to continuing to work with you.

Cory Cassell
Mission, Vancouver, Canada

WE MAKE THE PROCESS AS EASY AS POSSIBLE FOR YOU

WORKING WORLDWIDE FROM BELPER

We are based in a small market town in Derbyshire called Belper, however as you can see by the testimonial to the left to the left this does not limit us.

We work with businesses all over the world including Canada, America, China, and all over Europe, however most of our customers are here in the UK

We also repair Apple Mac Computers, we offer a buy install service too.
Call 01773 880 365 for more information.


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Yale University School of Art: Study Areas #duke #university #writing #studio


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GRAPHIC DESIGN ( MFA )

The graphic design program focuses on the development of a cohesive, investigative body of work, also known as the student’s thesis. At Yale, the graphic design thesis is conceived as a loose framework within which each student’s visual method is deployed across many diverse projects during his or her two-year course of study. While every thesis project is unique, there are several common features: a focus on methodology, the application of a visual method to studio work, and the organization of the work in a thoughtfully argued written document and catalogue raisonné, also known as the “Thesis Book.” The individual collection of graphic design work by each student is supported on several levels simultaneously: studio work led by faculty meeting weekly; small six-person thesis groups meeting biweekly; individual sessions with writing and editing tutors; and lectures, presentations, and workshops. Although the School of Art provides digital lab facilities, all graphic design students are expected to have their own personal computer for use in their studio work space. Each student has a designated work space in the design studio loft and has access to book- binding materials, RISO duplicator, and work spaces in the School of Art buildings and the Digital Media Center for the Arts. In addition, students draw on the extraordinary resources of Yale University courses, conferences, films, lectures, and museums, and especially the extensive research and rare book collections of Sterling, Haas, and Beinecke libraries. Each year, up to ten students are admitted into the two-year graphic design program, and up to seven students are admitted into the preliminary-year program. Two-year program students are expected to have substantial and distinguished experience in visual studies and related professional experience. Students applying to the preliminary-year program typically have relevant experience in a field of study outside design and demonstrate evidence of visual acuity. After successful completion of the preliminary year, these students automatically continue on in the two-year M.F.A. program.

Credit Requirements

42 credits in area of concentration, including ART 949a, and 18 additional credits, including a minimum of 6 academic credits in courses outside the School of Art.

Typical Plan of Study

Preliminary year minimum credits

Graphic Design 710a and 711b: Fall: 6; Spring: 6

Art 264a and 265b: Fall: 3; Spring: 3

Art 370a and 369b: Fall: 3; Spring: 3

Art 468a and 469b: Fall: 3; Spring: 3

Total minimum credits for Fall Term: 15

Total minimum credits for Spring Term: 15

First year minimum credits

Graphic Design 720: Fall: 6; Spring: 6

Graphic Design Sequence: Fall: 3; Spring: 3

Art 949a, Critical Practice: Fall: 3; Spring: 0

Academic or Studio Electives: Fall: 3 Spring: 6

Total minimum credits for Fall Term: 15

Total minimum credits for Spring Term: 15

Second year minimum credits

Graphic Design 730: Fall: 6; Spring: 6

Graphic Design 739: Fall: 3; Spring: 3

Graphic Design Sequence: Fall: 0; Spring: 3

Academic or Studio Electives: Fall: 6; Spring: 3

Total minimum credits for Fall Term: 15

Total minimum credits for Spring Term: 15

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PAINTING AND PRINTMAKING ( MFA )

Instruction in the program is rooted in the investigation of painting as a unique genre with its own complex syntax and history. Within this setting, the program encourages diversity of practice and interpretation, innovation, and experimentation on the part of students.

Approximately twenty-one students are admitted each year. At the core of instruction are individual and group critiques with faculty, visiting critics, and visiting artists. In addition, students participate in a variety of seminars taught by both faculty and critics. The study of printmaking is integrated into the painting program, and a student may concentrate in painting, printmaking, or a combination of the two. Students work in individual 300-square-foot studios at 353 Crown Street adjacent to Green Hall. Students have access to a printmaking workshop in the Crown Street building, equipped with two etching presses and a lithography press, a fully equipped silkscreen facility, as well as digital resources available in the print studio, throughout the School, and at the Digital Media Center for the Arts.

Credit Requirements

42 credits in area of concentration, including Art 949a, and 18 additional credits, including a minimum of 6 academic credits in courses outside the School of Art.

Typical Plan of Study

First year minimum credits

Painting 545: Fall: 9; Spring: 9

Printmaking Elective: Fall: 0; Spring: 3

Art 949a, Critical Practice: Fall: 3; Spring: 0

Academic or Studio Electives: Fall: 3 Spring: 3

Total minimum credits for Fall Term: 15

Total minimum credits for Spring Term: 15

Second year minimum credits

Painting 545: Fall: 9; Spring: 9

Academic or Studio Electives: Fall: 6; Spring: 6

Total minimum credits for Fall Term: 15

Total minimum credits for Spring Term: 15


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