Course materials and tasks will be published in Moodle e-learning environment
The course consists of lectures, group and individual tasks. Course materials deal with art and design history and theory. Museums and authentic materials are part of the course program. Main goal of the course is to learn the use of contemporary sources of information: printed and e-materials including professionally valid digital archives and data bases
Course evaluation is based on the tasks according to the quality of the used study materials. The tasks and the materials are explained in the moodle e-learning environment.
01.09.2021 - 17.12.2021
01.07.2021 - 05.09.2021
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Institute of Design and Fine Arts (LAB)
No preliminary knowledge expected.
Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Photography, Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Media Content Design, Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Graphic Design
Optional study method is to be agreed with teachers.
There is no test in the course. Evaluation is based on tasks made during the course. Part of the evaluationa is integrated with communicaltion study essay task.
Englanniksi The history of art course consists of 13 lectures (4 hours each) and an excursion decided during the term.
Both printed research material and internet and digital data bases are used as study materials.
History of Art (5 cr) is 135 hours of student work lectures included.
History of Art offers an overview on the history of art, architecture and design. The time span is from the present to the antiquity, the years from 1918 to 2021 underlined. Focal contents of the course are changes of the art concept, formal and trend convention development and representative elements in visual expression.
Student -shows activity during the lectures -shows learning of the course materials -submits the course tasks
Student -is knowledgeable of applying course materials to the historical analysis an description
Student -finds and selects independently historical visual materials and applies them in the course tasks