ECTS Catalogue

Basics of painting

Pedagogue: prof. Józef Czerniawski
Assistant(s): dr hab. Aleksandra Jadczuk

Field Description
type of classes artistic workshop;
course language Polish; francuski; rosyjski; English;
method of learning outcomes verification

Credit with grade. Artistic quality and value of submitted works forms the basis of marking as does attendance and tutorial participation, progress made, completion of course objectives, general attitude to the subject matter of the module.

subject description

Aims:
- development and instilling of a creative attitude in students that is informed by the basic knowledge of modalities of completing a painting
- acquisition and furthering of knowledge and painting workshop skills, means of expression, and technological aspects of painting
- development of awareness of the interrelated character of arts and other aspects of modern life as well of an alertness to the relationship between theory and practice of creative endeavours
- development of ability to make informed, individual decisions and choices regarding one’s creative work, also in the course on an ongoing project; development of ability to individually and knowledgably formulate and identify ideas and solve issues in the area of painting
- development of ability to skilfully employ tools, techniques and technology of an artist’s workshop in the process of completing and implementing student’s own works and ideas
- development of ability to adopt a cooperative and integrative approach to group-projects and undertakings
- development of ability to employ imagination, creative intuition and emotions; development of a critical and self-critical approach

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form of classes

Discussions, tutorials, projects, assignments

subject area coverage

Exercises and assignments based on a study and practice of still-life and model works. Problem-based exercises and assignments. Individual projects.

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literature

1. Arnheim Rudolf ,,Sztuka i percepcja wzrokowa”,Słowo/obraz terytoria, 2005
2. Rzepińska Maria ,,Historia koloru w dziejach malarstwa europejskiego”, Arkady 1989
3. Cage John ''Kolor i kultura'', Universitas, 2002
4. Poprzędzka Maria ''Inne obrazy; oko. widzenie, sztuka; od Albertiego do Duchampa'' Słowo/obraz terytoria, 2009
5. Poprzędzka Maria '' Galeria. Sztuka patrzenia.'' Stentor, 2003

placement/internships (connected with field of study/subject area), artistic plein-airs

Outdoor fieldwork after completion of 1st year. Where possible, these will correspond to different studios at the Academy.

entry requirements
formal requirements

Students are expected to have passed the Academy’s entrance examination.

preliminary assumptions

Students are expected to have a basic knowledge and understanding of the subject and corresponding terminology.

learning outcomes
social competences
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Students are expected to have become well-prepared for creative cooperative work in the course of joint projects.
Students are expected to have developed a critical and self-critical approach.

skills
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Students are expected to have developed basic painting skills such as composition, ability to evaluate proportions, ability to construct and create space by utilising colours, colour composition, a good command of basic painting techniques.
Students are expected to have acquired a well-developed skill of insightful observation.
Students are expected to have become familiar with a multitude of painting techniques and tools.
Students are expected to have developed ability to make informed and independent decisions regarding their work.

knowledge
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Students are expected to have become able to individually approach problems and issues within the field of painting in a skilful, knowledge-based manner.



Studies List

studies status Time<br>[h] ECTS form credit
Painting / Technology of Public Art s.4 r 120 7 Exercises 120h
Exercises [Z st.]


Semester 2017/18-SS (Z-winter,L-summer)
Course code: #35.8114