Course: Science and art - past and present 2

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Course title Science and art - past and present 2
Course code KEF/UVMP2
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Seminar
Level of course Master
Year of study not specified
Semester Summer
Number of ECTS credits 2
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory-optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Daniel Ladislav, prof. PhDr. Ph.D.
Course content
The lecture will introduce significant examples of artists interest in science and scientists about art, the cross-roads of art and science during the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Another part of the issue show stu-dents the ability of work of art to communicate the essential facts about the world and man from the 19th century to the present. The last part of the course will be given to cases of such events, when art deserved of scientific knowledge, and others when science contributed to outstanding works of art. The workshop will focus on discussion and exchange of ideas among teachers and students.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Lecture, Dialogic Lecture (Discussion, Dialog, Brainstorming)
  • Homework for Teaching - 10 hours per semester
  • Excursion - 6 hours per semester
  • Preparation for the Course Credit - 10 hours per semester
  • Attendace - 26 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
To give students an idea of the relations of art and sci-ence in the past and in the present: how art helps sci-ence and how science helps art.
Synthesis: Recognize the nature of interaction of the arts (paint-ings, drawings, prints, sculpture, arts and crafts) with scientific disciplines, particularly in the field of physics and technology. Propose new possibilities of cooperation between artistic and scientific disciplines. Summarize fruitful areas of cooperation between sci-ence and art of 16 to 21 century.
Prerequisites
The interest in the arts, interested in the representation of reality, interest in the use of art in science and sci-ence in art.
KEF/UVMP1

Assessment methods and criteria
Didactic Test, Dialog

Attendance at lectures and active participation in semi-nars, the knowledge of facts and intellectual principles in the program scope.
Recommended literature
  • Bell, J. (2010). Nové dějiny umění. Argo Praha.
  • Daniel, L. (2000). Galileo Galilei, renesanční tradice a malířství florentského seicenta: české příklady. Facultas philosophica. Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucensis, 149-169.
  • Daniel, L. (2000). "Touhou zemřít mřu a hynu". Ikonografické poznámky k zániku a vzkříšení v umění 16. a 17. století. In: M. Knížák (ed.), Konec světa?, 82-99.
  • Freedberg, D.; Scott, A. (2000). Fossil Woods and Other Geological Specimens: The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo, Natural History Series, III.. Harvey Miller Publishers.
  • Freedberg, D. (2002). The Eye of the Lynx: Galileo, His Friends, and the Beginnings of Modern Natural History. The University of Chicago Press.
  • Gioni, M. (2013). The Encyclopedic Palace / Il Palazzo Enciclopedico. Guida breve. 55. Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte. Venezia: Marsilio.
  • Kulka, T.; Ciporanov, D. (eds). (2010). Co je umění? Texty angloamerické estetiky 20. století. Pavel Mervart.
  • Purš, I.; Karpenko, V. (eds). (2011). Alchymie a Rudolf II. Hledání tajemství přírody ve střední Evropě v 16. a 17. století. Artefactum Praha.
  • Sturken, M.; Cartwright, L. (2009). Studia vizuální kultury. Portál Praha.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Science Applied Physics (2015) Physics courses 1 Summer