Course: Studio Work -Metal and Jewellery

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Course title Studio Work -Metal and Jewellery
Course code KVV/AKAS1
Organizational form of instruction Seminar
Level of course Master
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 3
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)
  • Španihelová Kristýna, Mgr. akad. mal. ArtD.
  • Terčová Michaela, doc. PaedDr.
  • Blažek Timotej, Mgr.
Course content
Deepening of the acquired artistic-craft skills leads to a delicately processed object - jewel. Drawing up a set - looking for the style uniformity and content relationship.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Dialogic Lecture (Discussion, Dialog, Brainstorming), Work Activities, Grafic and Art Activities
  • Semestral Work - 46 hours per semester
  • Attendace - 39 hours per semester
  • Homework for Teaching - 5 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
Mastering the basic arts and crafts techniques organically aims towards more complex technological solutions. Choice of technology and expression instruments respects material and design purity (decor - decorativeness - construction).
The ability in independent creative work, the ability in the theoretical reflexion of an own work in the context of contemnporary art and of actual trends in art education.
Prerequisites
The prerequisites represent basic craft skills and use of creative thinking in different material mediums.

Assessment methods and criteria
Analysis of Creative works (Music, Pictorial,Literary), Dialog

Active education attendance 80%, material and conceptual preparation.
Recommended literature
  • Alena Křížová. (2002). Proměny českého šperku na konci 20. století. Praha.
  • Dana Stehlíková. (2003). Encyklopedie českého zlatnictví, stříbrnictví a klenotnictví. Praha.
  • Edvard Lucie-Smith. (1996). ARTODAY. Slovart, Bratislava .
  • Florian Hufnagel. (2008). Des Wahnnsinns fette Beute. Florian Hufnagel, Des Wahnnsinn Arnoldische Art Publishers, München .
  • Henry de Morant. (1983). Dějiny užitého umění. Od nejstarších dob po současnost. . Praha.
  • Charlotte Fiell, Peter Fiell. (2003). Design 20. století. Praha.
  • Jan Filip. (1997). Umělecké řemeslo v pravěku. Praha.
  • Jaroslav Dufka. (1999). Práce s kovy. Praha.
  • Judith Collins . (2007). Sculpture Today . London .
  • Kolektiv autorů. (1999). Od Velké Moravy po dobu gotickou. Dějiny uměleckého řemesla a užitého umění v českých zemích.. Praha.
  • Peter Dormer, Ralf Turner. (1994). The New Jewellery. Trends and Traditions. London.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Education Teaching the visual arts at secondary school and primary school classes 6 through 9 (NA15) Pedagogy, teacher training and social care - Winter
Faculty of Education Teaching the visual arts at secondary school and primary art school (NA15) Pedagogy, teacher training and social care - Winter
Faculty of Education Teaching the visual arts at secondary school and primary school classes 6 through 9 (CA16) Pedagogy, teacher training and social care - Winter
Faculty of Education Teaching the visual arts at secondary school and primary school classes 6 through 9 (NA15) Pedagogy, teacher training and social care - Winter
Faculty of Education Teaching the visual arts at secondary school and primary school classes 6 through 9 (CA15) Pedagogy, teacher training and social care - Winter