The students will work with practical-aesthetical projects in a workshop. The teaching will be given both as group lectures and individual counselling. The Department for Visual Arts and Drama has a close collaboration with SKMU, where the students will work in groups on art education. The theoretical content of the course will be taught both in workshop lectures, seminars and excursions. Student exhibitions will form the basis for discussion and assessment of the student's work. Work requirements include prerequisites for the students to, in large parts, be working independently outside of classroom hours. The workshops will be available for the students to use for their individual work when there are no planned lectures.
Some voluntary field trips can be expected.
The students will have an mandatory presence in all workshops and counselling. More information will be available on Canvas at the start of the semester. The expected workload is 27 hours per credit.
The exam is an individual practical-aesthetic project, including a written reflection. The written part is to be delivered digitally, while the practical work will be exhibited. The two components will result in one combined grade. The assignment will be given four weeks in advance of the submission date.
Grade: Lettered grade
Faculty of Fine Arts