To improve the quality of students majoring in fashion and make-up, the Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality (FPP) held a seminar and MoU with famous designer Jeni Tjahyawati. A total of 150 participants from the Fashion Design and Beauty department were very enthusiastic to attend the seminar which held in the hall of FPP on Thursday (October 18).
The Dean of the Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality, Dra. Ernawati, M.Pd, Ph.D, the Vice-Dean I, Dr. Elida, M.Pd, the Vice-Dean II, Dra. Rahmiati, M.Pd, Ph.D., along with the Head of the Department and lecturers on cosmetology and design attended this event. The purpose of this seminar is to motivate students to continue to work and succeed in their fields. Designer, Jeni Tjahyawati, was conveyed that not to give up on achieving our dreams and to always innovate on creating works.
Jeni said that in order to increase the creativity of students, students should read a lot, often take part in design contests and innovate on creating works that can produce money by buying the remaining textile fabrics and making it into hair accessories such as bandanas. Besides giving motivation to the participants, FPP also signed the MOU with Jeni as Chairwoman of Indonesian Modest Fashion Designer and Ethnic Fashion Designer from Jakarta.
The activity is not only limited to motivate participants, but also to recruit lecturers and students who want to take part in a student exchange to Portsmouth University that was done by the representative of Portsmouth University, Miss Chyntia Sybil Langeveldt. (Public Relations of UNP/Translated by Shilva Lioni)