The objectives of the course of Geometrical Representation of Space are multiple and adapted to the needs of the Fine and Applied Arts Department
-The Learning Technical Drawing Language. As we know Technical Plan is a written language with global reach. Through the course endeavoring to ensure that students learn to write, read and transmit the language, so that they can communicate with both fellow artists, as well as with colleagues in other related sectors, such as architects, interior designers, carpenters, jewelers and manufacturers of all kinds of objects.
-To Can teach with integrity Linear Project which is taught in secondary schools. So in the first level course intends to provide students with the necessary practical knowledge. Based firmly on the theory course is directly practice with exercises.
-The Enlargement of the way of recruitment and representation of three-dimensional space by the students, exacerbating the artists' imagination. The plan is seen as yet another means of artistic creative expression.
Course Content (Syllabus)
1. Linear perspective drawing (one, two three vanishing points)
2. Light, shade and shadow.
Additional bibliography for study
Α. Cole, Προοπτική, Αθήνα, 1992.
F. Konig, Εφαρμογές της προοπτικής, Αθήνα, 1979
R. Schmidt, Προοπτική και σκιαγραφία, Αθήνα, 1981.
R. Yee, Architectural Drawing, New Jersey, 2003.