Students are expected to:
. cultivate their personal technical skills
. apply the knowledge and experience gained in workshop practice in the previous semesters
. are able to connect theoretical knowledge with their personal artistic pursuit
. get acquainted with the modern trends of art
. cultivate their critical thinking in relation to the works of other artists
. raise awareness of issues of ecology and material economy
. produce and present their artwork
Course Content (Syllabus)
The students, without being bound by a specific technique, practice in search of the appropriate visual medium to realize the goal they set.
The global knowledge of art is sought through communication with other forms of it (sculpture, engraving, photography, music, theater, cinema, literature, etc.). For this reason, lectures, presentations of works by artists from external collaborating theorists or artists, film screenings and concerts are planned in the workshop.