The course will provide insight into the relationship between the fine arts and fine arts dissemination in various contexts.
The course primarily concentrates on pedagogical and didactical issues connected to the role of fine arts subjects in the educational and cultural sectors. Changes in vocational, cultural and social life provide constant challenges and require renewal of fine art didactics' perception and practice. Fundamental didactical questions, curricular issues, and tasks in constant change within and across the fine art subjects will be important. The area of didactics will be addressed, not only with a focus on education and institutions, but in the broader sense of the artist's various dissemination tasks in the community in general. The students' own work and the artistic practice of others will be an integral part of working with and reflecting upon didactical issues in fine art.
The course stresses both theoretical and practical work. Lectures, seminars and practice will be used. Planning, undertaking and reflection upon a dissemination project based on the student's own artistic practice is an integral part of the course.
Further, large and small cultural and fine art insitutions provide arenas for studying others' expression of artistic dissemination. The final project can also be a preliminary project for the master's thesis. Students will receive supervision while undertaking the project.
Approved observation assignment from someone else's artistic dissemination practice
Additional information will be provided at the start of the semester.
Examination is the documentation of and reflection upon a completed artistic dissemination project, in the form of:
Faculty of Fine Arts