|type of classes||Exercises;|
|course language||English; Polish;|
|method of learning outcomes verification||
A student obtains a passing grade on the basis of prepared presentation of his/her works and partial grades gathered within the evaluated semester. Partial grades are given for each task completion and the semester work overview. Basic grading criteria are: progress made within the evaluated period, student’s involvement in the subject.
|short subject description||
The purpose of all issues and tasks taken up during class is to develop students’ drawing skills, widen their artistic consciousness and gradually move them from the area of interpreting nature in the direction of perceiving drawing as a discipline of self-creation and autonomic artistic expression.
|form of classes||
Students develop their drawing skills through completing thematic assignments with the use of chosen and developed means. The principal of treating each student as an individual is the basic strategy of working in our studio. Analyzing each student’s possibilities individually, discovering the scope of his/her sensitivity, searching for didactic methods to serve him/her with advice and help is the teacher’s task.
|subject area coverage||
Thematic exercises, issues interpretation, drawing based on human body - act observation, still life. Students develop their drawing skills basing on nature observation – human act/ still life, treating this as an indispensable stage within the process of their artistic development and as a base for their technical abilities. Simultaneously with the work at the studio there are thematic assignments given. These enable students to search for the language of their individual artistic expression.
|evaluation form||credit with grading;|
- Pignatti Terisio, Historia rysunku od Altamiry do Picassa, Arkady, rok 2000
A student should be interested in literature from the area of contemporary art as well as its history.
|placement/internships (connected with field of study/subject area), artistic plein-airs||
does not concern
Drawing Basics course passed.
A student is in possession of basic skills: depicting and constructing an object observed in nature (act, portrait, still life, landscape)