Studio III - Painting 1 - winter
FaVU-B3M1-ZAcad. year: 2019/2020
Under the guidance of their teacher, students learn to interconnect acquired experience and knowledge. They co-operate with their teacher on the specification of their assignments and examine the possibilities of their solutions. They include the knowledge gained in theoretic subjects in their studio work.
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Interconnection of the basics of theoretic studies with practical atelier work.
Ability of artistic articulation.
Sensitivity for the wide range of manifestations of both old and new art.
Mastering the theory and practice of the subject.
Recommended optional programme components
Recommended or required reading
Tomáš Kulka:Umění a falzum, Academia 2004
T.Pospiszyl: Před obrazem - Antologie výtv. teorie a kritiky, OSVU 1998
Výtv.uění: Současné americké umění 1-2/95
Výtv.umění: Současné německé umění, 1/94
Linda Weintraub, A.Danto, T.McEvilley:Art on the Edge and Over, Art Insights Inc. 1996
Gordon Graham: Filozofe umění, Barrister/Principal 2004
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Teaching takes place in the form of group and individual consultations of the teacher with the students over the assigned semestral tasks. Teaching includes lectures and workshops on semester (theme) topics provided by external lecturers. During the semester students take part in at least one excursion to foreign museums and galleries. Once every two semesters, a painter's stay (plenary) takes place.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes
Semester exam project.
Language of instruction
Reflection of traditional themes of painting - both figural and non-figural - in the context of their content.
To master the technology of the studied subject.
Development of individual abilities, application of the language of drawing and painting, exploration of other techniques and methods, their possible thematisation - specification and realisation of individual creative plans.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences
Lessons are mandatory.