|type of classes||artistic workshop;|
|method of learning outcomes verification||
The final grade depends on: completing all pieces assigned in the semester on proper artistic and technical level, based on an individual project, consulted and accepted by the teacher.
|short subject description||
The studio’s programme involves issues and elements of traditional and modern/contemporary medallic art and small sculpture; prepares students to begin their own creative path. The objectives are: issues concerning plaquettes, double-sided medallic pieces, small sculpture and their variations.
|form of classes||
After formulating tasks issued for the semester: 1st stage involves presenting ideas – designs to the teacher followed by discussion, choosing the most interesting solution and searching for the most suitable form of realization, finally – completing the piece using adequate technique.
|subject area coverage||
The scope of issues taken up within the course is focused on students’ artistic development and their technical skills advancement (from traditional medal with a portrait to creative medal and small spatial form.
|evaluation form||credit with grading;|
M. Porębski „ Sztuka a informacja”, Kraków; WL, 1986,
|placement/internships (connected with field of study/subject area), artistic plein-airs||lack of data|
passed course – Technology of Metals - 60h/II year of study
In order to fulfill the Medallic Art and Small Sculpture studio’s programme it is essential for a student to possess basic technical skills. A conscious choice of this specialization allows students to develop and form their individual artistic expression in this field
Art. workshop 120h