Integrated Design Diploma Program

Human/Nature Meditations on Material Culture exhibition (Come Up To My Room 2019, Gladstone Hotel) including works by Integrated Design students/alumni Christina Dedes, Kelsey Redman and Kelly Van Raay


Integrated Design is the only design foundation program of its kind in Canada. In this accelerated, three-semester diploma program, students have a unique opportunity to implement their design skills in state-of-the-art fine art and craft studios which provides an enhanced understanding of materials and production techniques. They learn from an accomplished roster of contemporary crafters and designers including architects, landscape architects, documentary filmmakers, graphic, fashion and industrial designers.

Integrating the visual arts, design, craft, and the latest technology in an intense and meaningful way, our students are prepared for the next paradigm shift and a life in design—whatever design discipline they decide to pursue.

Our program also promotes innovative ways for students to experience and participate in leading-edge design culture. Fleming College’s Integrated Design students and faculty were selected to exhibit their recent work at [Wanted Design] Brooklyn.

Curated by Integrated Design program Professor Barr Gilmore, the Human/Nature: Meditations on Material Culture exhibition explores new forms of expression through the machine made, the handmade and the other worldly.

[Wanted Design] Brooklyn takes place May 16 to 20 during NYCxDESIGN’s celebration of global design and aims to provide a platform dedicated to promoting design and fostering the international creative community.

For more information about the Integrated Design program, contact Professor and Coordinator of Integrated Design, Barr Gilmore

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Fleming College’s Haliburton Campus
Surrounded by incredible natural beauty, Haliburton is a vibrant artistic community where students can leave behind the everyday world and immerse themselves in a unique creative and design culture.