Interior architecture students expand their horizons at IAMM and City Gallery

SEGi College Subang Jaya’s Interior Architecture programme went on an educational excursion to the Islamic Art Museum Malaysia (IAMM) and Kuala Lumpur City Gallery recently. The event was organised by Marliana Mansor, an academician from SEGi’s Interior Architecture department. 

The excursion had several objectives, including gaining knowledge about architectural heritage styles, learning about how merchandise is displayed in a gallery, and observing the circulation of the gallery space planning. Through building model displays and gallery exhibits, students were able to gain a deeper understanding of the principles of architectural design and the importance of effective display and signage. 

According to a study by the National Endowment for the Arts, exposure to the arts and cultural heritage can have a significant impact on educational outcomes, including higher academic achievement and improved critical thinking skills. Events like the IAMM and City Gallery excursion provide students with unique opportunities to engage with cultural heritage and gain valuable skills that will benefit them both academically and professionally. 


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