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Methods of verification are the same for all groups/years of study. Grading criteria are adjusted to each year of study separately. The course is passed and a student obtains a 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, the semester and years work overview. Basic grading criteria are: progress made within the evaluated period, artistic value of works, creativity, hard-working, attendance to class.
Working with students at an artistic academy is based on individual approach to education of each student with regard to his/her distinct interests and predispositions.
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Issues taken up during class are similar for everyone however the complexity level of given tasks varies – is adjusted to each year of study separately, as well as to each student individually. The scope of tasks fulfilled aims at gradual advancement of drawing skills obtained on the earlier stage of academic education. Assignments for the II year of study focus on nature analyzing, based on observing a human model. III year students realize drawing exercises basing on skills and experience obtained during the II year of study, at the same time they search for their own form of artistic expression by experimenting with different media. Throughout three-years time spent working in the studio students gradually develop their own artistic consciousness. At the end of educational process in our studio a IV year student understands that drawing is a language of artistic expression that serves one’s individual, independent creative work and knows how to use it purposefully. Students’ work in the studio ends with preparing a set of drawings to supply his/her master thesis presentation.
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The level of assigned drawing tasks and exercises complexity is varied – different for each year of study, it is often being modified for each student individually. 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. II year students develop their drawing skills by performing tasks based on human acts – posing models. III and IV year students complete also thematic assignments with the use of chosen and developed means including new media. The studios goal is that a student finishing this three-year educational period in the Drawing Studio can consciously choose appropriate form for his/her artistic expression.
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Thematic exercises, issues interpretation, drawing based on human body - act observation, still life and interior space perspective drawing.
Students continue to 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. Given assignments allow students to gather skills concerning the use of creative language for depicting or expressing the stated problem.
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A student should be interested in literature from the area of contemporary art as well as its history.
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Within the course here are drawing plein-airs and students’ exhibitions outside the Academy organized.
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) as well as basic skills concerning composition, ordering and defining space in drawing.
Art. workshop 120h