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Fine Arts

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Official Code: 9007
Acronym: AP
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Faculty of Fine Arts - University of Porto’s syllabus for a BA in the Fine Arts is now fully compliant with Bologna Process standards. The update turned out instead to be a full-on restructuring in the institution's Fine Arts training, as opposed to a formal compliance with forced requirements. The study plan foresees 1st cycle courses as open-ended and fostering a full learning experience for a solid background in the arts without compromising future choices. We are left with a single Fine Arts course, structured around three optional specialisations: Fine Arts – Painting, Fine Arts – Sculpture and Fine Arts – Multimedia. The first two are a direct result of this compliance strategy; Multimedia, however, was already, in practice, compliant with these demands and is now merely formally adjusted to them.

Certificates

  • First Degree Fine Arts - Painting (240 ECTS credits)
  • First Degree Fine Arts-Multimedia (240 ECTS credits)
  • First Degree Fine Arts-Sculpture (240 ECTS credits)

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Courses Units

Fine Arts

AP111 - ECTS

In “Artes plásticas,” what is aimed at is a comprehensive introduction to the arts, understood as the domain of creation, expression and research in the field of the visual arts, thus revealing a relative diversity in its contents. The programmatic lines thus indicated will be strengthened after a branch of specialization (multimedia, painting or sculpture) is chosen, especially in the subsequent classes of “Atelier” I and II.

The work to be developed will thus oscillate between an approach to art materials and the procedures involved in their handling (by making) and the level that defines the very nature of artistic practice (by thinking).

Drawing I

D111 - ECTS

To introduce and develop skills in drawing, understood as an operative instrument of knowledge and recognition; to develop perceptual and visual acuity in relation to different types of drawing; to understand drawing as a vehicle that operates, interacts and relates our perception with representation; to develop skills in understanding, manipulating and selecting different ways of making and using drawing representational systems; to provide knowledge in the context of drawing; to learn the meaning and know how to apply the basic terminology of drawing; to alert the student on the importance of the heritage and history of drawing.

Art History I

HA101 - ECTS

This course is intended to provide students of various courses of FBAUP a common area of reflection on art, as part of cultural systems that have been changing over time and which differ in the various civilizations that originated them. Thus, the course’s program will be structured around major themes, which can raise the confrontation and dialogue among students with very different experiences and motivations. The course covers the historical period of the Medieval period, which gave rise to wonderful artistic productions that played a key role in the development of Western consciousness. The approach will be both historical and thematic, aiming to give students the analytical tools fundamental to the study and appreciation of Medieval art, both in its original socio-historical context, and on their importance and universal significance. The aim is to stimulate interest in reading of contemporary texts, studies and essays, and develop the capacity to understand the images, providing students with tools to observe and interpret the art object. The confrontation with artworks, themes and issues essential to the history of art will enable each student to weave its own basis for reflection. 

Introduction to Contemporary Culture

ICC101 - ECTS “Introdução à Cultura Contemporânea” é uma base introdutória que tem por objectivo fornecer capacidades e ferramentas para compreender a contemporaneidade e a nossa cultura, bem como para introduzir um universo alargado de referências que permitirá ao estudante compreender questões culturais com as quais os artistas visuais e os designers hoje se debatem. A disciplina explora a transversalidade da noção de “cultura” e as contradições inerentes à condição contemporânea, potenciando uma multiplicidade de aproximações e de leituras que instiguem no estudante a capacidade de reflexão crítica e apoiem a sua (futura) acção. Exploram-se as referências das Culturas Visuais e da Cultura Urbana, para compreender as manifestações e os palcos onde a cultura se manifesta, seja enquanto fenómeno quotidiano, seja nas práticas artísticas.

Digital Mediums

MD111 - ECTS .

Research Methods

MI111 - ECTS A disciplina de Métodos de Investigação, insere-se na área de Ciências da Arte e é obrigatória para a obtenção do grau de licenciatura em Artes Plásticas na Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto. Esta UC possui um conjunto de conteúdos programáticos que têm como objectivo principal transmitir aos alunos as ferramentas técnico e analíticas necessárias ao desenvolvimento de trabalhos de investigação. Neste sentido, o seu conteúdo programático incide inicialmente sobre aspectos teóricos e epistemológicos ligados à definição de ciência, de tecnologia, de metodologia e de investigação, assim como, dos conflitos que representam, para as práticas artísticas. Segue-se uma fase cujo conteúdo programático incide sobre a interpretação e análise de textos que possam por em jogo esses conflitos.

Contemporary Art

AC102 - ECTS

The main purpose of this course is to enrich the student’s projects and proposals throughout their program of studies in relation, particularly, to the course of Fine Arts. Students will be encouraged to exercise interpretive reading of recent works of art. Identify and analyze the topics and themes they communicate and how.

Specific aims: 


- Introduction to the theoretical inquire about contemporary art; 


- Introduction to key concepts that underlie the field of contemporary art; 


- Bibliographic analysis, extended to various disciplines, which helps to foster artistic thought today; 
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To challenge the excessive notion of contemporary artistic subjective practices, promoting an informed debate based on the concepts and the works presented; 


- Contribute to new thoughts and ideas.

Geometry

G102 - ECTS

With the study of geometry, we want to encourage the logical and deductive abilities of the student, building an analytic attitude and strengthening the synthetical thinking on the world of objects and and spaces. Assuming geometry as the structure of the drawing, students should acquire knowledge that would enable them to use the projective geometry's systems of linear representation as the based for the knowledge and understanding of shapes.

Art History II

HA102 - ECTS

This course is intended to provide the students of the various courses of FBAUP with a common area of reflection on art, as part of cultural systems that have been changing over time and which differ in the various civilizations that originated them. Thus, the course’s program will be structured around major themes, which can raise the confrontation and dialogue among students with very different experiences and motivations. The course covers the historical period of the Renaissance, which gave rise to wonderful artistic productions that played a key role in the development of Western consciousness. The approach will be both historical and thematic, aiming to give students the analytical tools fundamental to the study and appreciation of Renaissance art, both in its original socio-historical context, and on their importance and universal significance. The aim is to stimulate interest in reading of contemporary texts, studies and essays, and develop the capacity to understand the images, providing students with tools to observe and interpret the art object. The confrontation with artworks, themes and issues essential to the history of art will enable each student to weave its own basis for reflection. 

Image Technologies

TT111 - ECTS

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Drawing II

D201 - ECTS

Introduce and develop technical and process skills in drawing, that improved the instrumental capabilities of each student.

Consolidate the eye-hand coordination in the representations of the real.

Engage in the confrontation with the historical and functional universe of drawings.

Place the relationship between visual and haptic perception as a drawing framework.

Use drawing as a process of hypothesis and correction.

Encourage the use of drawing as a privileged instrument for the communication of visible and conceptual reality.

Develop skills that promote a continuous learning and self-management of the work. 

Aesthetics I

E201 - ECTS


Aesthetics: from Plato to Nietzsche.

Provide the conceptual tools capable of enhancing the performance of critical reflection and informed. In this sense, think of creative practice is primarily understood as an investigation into the thought itself.

Art History III

HA201 - ECTS

Culture in general and the history and theory of the arts in particular are fundamental tools for developing projects and student work in other disciplines, allowing them to develop specific plastic research; thus, they have an important role in their training and assessment, allowing them to reflect about their own artistic practice. In our era of proliferation of digital images, art history continues to demonstrate that the images that mark the contemporary visual culture did not emerge from nothing, and that analysis of its material basis and its social context is absolutely necessary for a proper historical understanding of its function and its visual impact. Artworks are the product of various interactions between artists sensitive to visuality and specific historical circumstances. The function of art history is therefore to understand this creative process in multiple ways. 

Animation II

AII500 - ECTS

Deeper approach to animation filmmaking - level II. Create an animation shortcut. Basic Rules for animation filmmaking - narrative, characters, imagery, and the animation expression in three essencial aspects: time, motion and metamorphosis. Introduction to animation film and video history - conventions, grammar, genres, techniques and narrative. Create storyboards, animatics and schedule maps. Different animation applications: art, motion graphics, documentary, etc. The student should prove a creative attitude, critical consciousness of the potential and limits of the media used and the components of the video-cinematography.

Audio I

AD201 - ECTS

Introduction to sound language in the fields of matter, plasticity and spatiality.
Study of the sound plasticity.
Study of sound work as an artistic practice.
Technological and workshop introduction, the essential foundation for this practice.
Acquisition of theoretical knowledge, in conjunction with field work and studio, allowing the inclusion of this artistic practice in contemporary context.
Understanding the basics of acoustics.
Understanding and implementation of mechanisms and fundamental aspects of the recording / capture and playback of digital sound.
Development of individual and collective instruments of analysis and reflection on the work done.
Creating extended habits and working methods, and its valuation with the experimentation.

Ceramics I

CI500 - ECTS • Knowing the ceramic process;
• Identifying the features of ceramic materials;
• Complementing the work in the curricular unit of Ceramics and other curricular areas;
• Exploring the expressive potential of technical ceramics;
• Valuing experimental methodologies associated with working in the studio;
• Stimulating critical reflection on contemporary ceramics.


Ceramics II

CII500 - ECTS • Knowing the ceramic process;
• Identifying the features of ceramic materials;
• Complementing the work in the curricular unit of Ceramics and other curricular areas;
• Exploring the expressive potential of technical ceramics;
• Valuing experimental methodologies associated with working in the studio;
• Stimulating critical reflection on contemporary ceramics.


Drawing and Project

DP211 - ECTS

Drawing and test what you can find in the field of thought, idea, through the instrument of that project thinking.

Valuing and testing what we can find in think domain,  through the practice and process of drawing.



Drawing III

D202 - ECTS

Relate the activity and project-procedural dynamic project-Develop research methodologies. Recognize and work the different phases of project development in its multiple connections and interrelations. Work actions and procedural dynamics. Develop knowledge image analysis of the drawing. Adapt and exploit the media, supports and instruments.

Aesthetics II

E202 - ECTS

To understand the implication between the artistic and creative forms of representation and the representations of subject and world it implies.

To enhance the performance of critical reflection and informed that has as its aim the creation and reception of works of art.

To think creative practice as an investigation about thinking about the cultural and instruments representing the world as a human experience.

To understand of the process of the historical development of the values and conceptual tools inherent to the aesthetic experience.

3D Modelling and Animation

MA3D211 - ECTS

- Introduction to 3D modeling and animation techniques and technologies;

- Context of 3D  modeling and animation in artistic practices;

Molding and Casting

MF500 - ECTS

The objectives of the subject: 1 - to promote and consolidate the students' involvement in autonomous production projects, properly articulated with the techniques for casting by the process of sand and lost wax bronze casting, so as to promote the objective study of phenomena related with the practice of molding and casting in a professional environment (among fine art bronze foundry); 2 - seeing to it that these projects are properly coordinated with methodologies that promote the study of the phenomena related with the contemporary art practices; 3 - to encourage the pursuit of artistic practices, preferably on the basis of practical experience, the bronze casting process; 4 - to consolidate functions at the level of verbal and written statement. Accordingly, upon presentation of the proposition on the proposal of employment, and the answers to theoretical research to ask the teacher, those where the proposed intervention on various ongoing projects; 5 - to assess the gain of theoretical and practical skills consolidated by the students during the semester.

Mosaic I

M500 - ECTS

The student most analyze, understand and use various functions in different mosaic techniques previously learned.

Developed the knowledge obtained in the realization of specific outcomes

Be able to distinguish the different techniques learned and its diverse applications

Understand that mosaic is a flexible technology and should be embrace as a contemporary art

Sculptural Practices

PE500 - ECTS 1 - To promote and consolidate in multidisciplinary environment the involvements of the students in projects of production and independent creation;

2 - Ensure that the mentioned projects are properly articulated with methodologies that promote the study of phenomena related to contemporary art practices;

3 - Promoting an eclectic approach susceptible to methodological framework in the area of artistic practice;

4 - Encourage the exercise of artistic practices preferably in terms of practical experience, in the sense that only one learns to draw by drawing.

Photography Practises II

PFII211 - ECTS

The aim of Práticas da Fotografia 2 is to conceive and produce an individual, original, photographic project, in straight relation with the development of technical knowledge previously acquired at Práticas da Fotografia 1.

It is encouraged an autonomous and critical thought towards the technical and conceptual development of the project, capable of recognizing the specificity of the media, but also to understand and test it’s obvious nature of disciplinary intermedia.

The subject of the project, and correspondent research, is defined by the student and presented in class in the beginning of the semester.

Painting Practices

PP500 - ECTS

Providing new opportunities and advice within the practice of painting for students of several years, who wish to enlarge their experience and knowledge in some technologies in the process of painting. It is intended as a privileged space for experimentation of theory vs practice, research, and resolution of technical problems that may arise from the intrinsic duality between process / project, in order to build a solid base of knowledge on various techniques and materials, under the practice of painting, which facilitates the students with tools for a consistent and objective reflection and in choosing the right practical methodologies for the development of a pictorial project.

Photography Practises I

PFI211 - ECTS

The aim of Photography Practices I is to provide technical and conceptual knowledge of the photographic medium, with the apprenticeship of hybrid process (analog vs. digital).

With the objective of understanding the specificity of the photographic media, students are introduced to specific technical knowledge, such as: handling of equipment and materials used in the context of the photographic record in small and medium format cameras, black and white laboratory practice, and lighting techniques.

The development of competences is made with the creation of individual and group proposals; it is valued an autonomous and critical perspective.

Drawing Practices

PD500 - ECTS

To work the autonomy and the practice of drawing as a reflective, expressive and communicative process; Develop the idea of drawing as an artistic object, close to the perspective of the research produced in the fields of painting, multimedia, sculpture, working their similarities and differences; Pursue the idea of the "projectual "character of Drawing in its various aspects and possibilities; To work in a "simulation" of a studio; To develop a critical discourse on the work produced by brainstorming and the production of texts Deepen knowledge of Drawing and it's history, primarily in relation to contemporary drawing.

Video Practises I

PVI211 - ECTS Synopsis: Perception of shape in a rectangular screen. Perception of time in a rectangular screen. Perception of story in a rectangular screen. Cinema production, a field with an ever‐changing and more complex definition; within this complexity is ever‐ changing and ever‐increasing means and modes of creation. The importance of a solid understanding and foundation of what methods and tools are out there and available, and how to use them, is more important then ever. The intention of this class is to prepare and provide that foundation from pre‐production to post‐production whether creating a feature length narrative, an ethnographic documentary, or an experimental short...or anything in‐between.

Constructive and Subtractive Processes

PCS500 - ECTS

To promote the confronation with the materials through sculpturesque practice of subtractive, additive a constructive character, discovering the conceptual differences in the appliance of the several involved technical processes.
To understand the relation between a technical process of meterial transformation and the plastic and expressive language obtained with the final work.


Printmaking I

TII211 - ECTS

Know and test the practice of Printmaking with an emphasis on learning basic aspects of its key technology,
Identify the technological possibilities in the sense of autonomy and their possible connection with the areas of training core
Develop a solid learning methods of attending a workshop production in an accountability on the use of a collective space
Explore the plastic language of each technique
Apply knowledge and increasing technical skills to develop projects to address the self-publishing

Printmaking II

TIII211 - ECTS

Know and test the practice of Printmaking with emphasis on technology-based learning.

Identify the technological possibilities in the sense of autonomy and possible cooperation in the areas of nuclear training.

Develop a solid learning of methods that attend the officinal production, in a responsibility about the use of a collective work space.

Explore the plastic languages of each technique.

Apply knowledge and increasing expertise to develop projects that allow discussion of self-editing. Promote and consolidate processes started on the first level investigating and testing ideas and principles, formats and methods, redefining themselves through their practice and especially expanding the instrumental possibilities.

Constructed Textiles

TC500 - ECTS

In Constructed Textiles Course aims to an introduction to the world of textiles - materials, methods and tools - as another means of artistic expression and technical formalization. Rehearsing to create models and structures - individual and team works. Researching, organizing, planning and projecting. Managing critically different stages of work depending on the desired results. Be able to cooperate in carrying out individual schemes and / or group. Be able to understand and adapt the materials, methods, tools and processes to the desired results. Rationalize the transverse dimension of the different disciplines of the course.

Stained Glass II

V502 - ECTS

Analyze and understand glass as a material for fine art. Be able to use it in different techniques such as the kiln casting: pâte de verre and casting .

Developing specific knowledge and apply it to a particular content

To distinguish, select and make use of multiple media and modes of representation of the various glass techniques

Understanding glass as a material to produce contemporary art.

Animation I

AI500 - ECTS

Introduction to animation filmmaking. Basic Rules for animation filmmaking - narrative, characters, imagery, animation expression in three essencial aspects: time, motion and metamorphosis. Introduction to animation film and video history - conventions, grammar, genres, techniques and narrative. The student should prove a creative attitude, critical consciousness of the potential and limits of the media used and the components of the video-cinematography. Based on the principle that animation is a collective effort with a common goal, team work is enhanced as well as the individual work.

Scenography

CN500 - ECTS

This semester UC option, the student must adequir powers to have notions about the evolution of Scenography in historical terms, aware of the relevance of Scenic Area in different areas of art, and that this area of relations with other states for the construction of the Work.

Are also analyzed production issues as well as light, sound, costumes, props,...
Besides the importance of the different stakeholders and work individually and in groups.

Students attending this course will be able not only to create, to learn how to present a project and know realize it.

Must also reconcile their creative potential and plastic and how to apply it in situations that are proposed.

Ceramics I

CI500 - ECTS • Know the ceramic process;
• Identify the characteristics of ceramic materials;
• Complementing the work in the curricular unit of Ceramics and other curricular areas;
• Explore the expressive potential of technical ceramics;
• Valuing experimental methodologies associated with working in the studio;
• To stimulate critical reflection on contemporary ceramics.

Figure Drawing

DSC500 - ECTS

This course have as unique subject the study of human body in its visual and morphological complexity, having the drawing as the tool for its study, in its various strategies. Its goal is not to produce "autonomous" and author drawings whose pretext is the human figure, but, rather, to develop the drawing skills as a tool to understand, organize and communicate knowledge. The course intends to systematize and to develop skills in the study of the body and its various representations, to develop the capabilities of the drawing as well as developing knowledge of the concepts involved such as representation, image, figure, body and model.

Modern and Contemporary Art Studies I

EAMC301 - ECTS

Culture in general and the history and theory of the arts in particular are fundamental tools for developing projects and student work in other disciplines, allowing them to develop specific plastic research; thus, they have an important role in their training and assessment, allowing them to reflect about their own artistic practice.


In our era of proliferation of digital images, art history continues to demonstrate that the images that mark the contemporary visual culture did not emerge from nothing, and that analysis of its material basis and its social context is absolutely necessary for a proper historical understanding of its function and its visual impact. Artworks are the product of various interactions between artists sensitive to visuality and specific historical circumstances. The function of art history is therefore to understand this creative process in multiple ways.


 

Modelling and Multiples

MM500 - ECTS

To promote on a pluridisciplinar perspective the involvement of students in articulated production projects, following methodologies that favour the objective study of the phenomenon related to contemporary practices of multiples production, through knowledge able to be acquired by practical experience and theoretical formation.

Modelling and Moulding I

MMI211 - ECTS

Specific objectives are:

- Recognize the modelling processes as an area of ​​freedom associated with the drawing, the volumetric trial and the transitional sculpture, while pointing volume and scale;

 

- Develop knowledge about modelling processes, their materials and support tools, methodological interdependencies with other production areas;

 

- Deepen understanding of the structure of volumes and their spatial relationship;

 

- Awareness and use of their own language in making modelling;

 

- Improve traditional moulding processes, associated with the artistic field, and applied in the reproduction modelled models;

 

General objectives are:

 

- Improvement in visual acuity and analytical / synthetic capabilities of volume, space and scale;

 

- Sensory awareness of forms in three dimensional space;

 

- Experimentation of the general principles of composition of the sculpture;

 

- Reflection between positive and negative space, form and mould, model and reproduction;

 

- Reflections and critical analysis on the worlds of modelling and moulding;

 

- Research competence, communication and innovation (collection, selection and personalized treatment information);

 

- Resource management capacity (workspace, equipment and materials).

Mosaic II

M502 - ECTS

Following on from Mosaic I, Mosaic II pursuit all the information about this technique on the fundamental aspects of monumental painting and parietal art.
It is understood that Mosaic II should be extended in a perspective that encompasses aspects of creativity. The technique is not limited to a means and a method, but constitutes itself an uncontroversial meaning of creativity.
The student most analyze, understand and use various functions in different mosaic techniques previously learned.

Sculptural Practices

PE500 - ECTS

1 - To promote and consolidate in multidisciplinary environment the involvements of the students in projects of production and independent creation;

2 - Ensure that the mentioned projects are properly articulated with methodologies that promote the study of phenomena related to contemporary art practices;

3 - Promoting an eclectic approach susceptible to methodological framework in the area of artistic practice;

4 - Encourage the exercise of artistic practices preferably in terms of practical experience, in the sense that only one learns to draw by drawing.

Painting Practices

PP500 - ECTS

Providing new opportunities and advice within the practice of painting for students of several years, who wish to enlarge their experience and knowledge in some technologies in the process of painting. It is intended as a privileged space for experimentation of theory vs practice, research, and resolution of technical problems that may arise from the intrinsic duality between process / project, in order to build a solid base of knowledge on various techniques and materials, under the practice of painting, which facilitates the students with tools for a consistent and objective reflection and in choosing the right practical methodologies for the development of a pictorial project.

Photography Practises I

PFI211 - ECTS

The aim of Photography Practises I is to provide an introduction to photographic device, developing procedures implicit in laboratory practice: handling of equipment and materials used in the context of the photographic record in small and medium format cameras, lighting techniques, developing and enlarging on film and paper.
The technical instruction classes provide students with the competence to correctly use the equipments and materials of the black/white photographic process, as well as other primitive photographic techniques.
The course is organized in sequential practical workshops.

Drawing Practices

PD500 - ECTS

To work the autonomy and the practice of drawing as a reflective, expressive and communicative process; Develop the idea of drawing as an artistic object, close to the perspective of the research produced in the fields of painting, multimedia, sculpture, working their similarities and differences; Pursue the idea of the "projectual "character of Drawing in its various aspects and possibilities; To work in a "simulation" of a studio; To develop a critical discourse on the work produced by brainstorming and the production of texts Deepen knowledge of Drawing and it's history, primarily in relation to contemporary drawing.

Video Practises I

PVI211 - ECTS Synopsis: Perception of shape in a rectangular screen. Perception of time in a rectangular screen. Perception of story in a rectangular screen. Cinema production, a field with an ever‐changing and more complex definition; within this complexity is ever‐ changing and ever‐increasing means and modes of creation. The importance of a solid understanding and foundation of what methods and tools are out there and available, and how to use them, is more important then ever. The intention of this class is to prepare and provide that foundation from pre‐production to post‐production whether creating a feature length narrative, an ethnographic documentary, or an experimental short...or anything in‐between.

Video Practises II

PVII211 - ECTS

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Psychology of Art

PAT500 - ECTS

The discipline of Psychology of Art aims to meet two key objectives, which are interrelated. First, highlight the usefulness of psychological concepts and theories and research to address the phenomenon of art, and, secondly, to show that psychology, as a science of man, is not restricted to psychopathology and its practical application far exceeds reduced field of psychotherapy. In other words, the discipline of Psychology of Art aims to sensitize students to the central issues of the discipline through an integrative approach that thinks artistic phenomena as a whole, regardless of their diverse origins ("normal", "pathological", "adult" "child," "primitive," "civilized," etc.)..

Culture Sociology

SC311 - ECTS

1. to understand and analyse the major structural theoretical bases of Sociology of Culture. 
2. to sociologically analyse the social processes involved in the production, dissemination and reception of culture. 

Printmaking I

TII211 - ECTS

Know and test the practice of Printmaking with an emphasis on learning basic aspects of its key technology,
Identify the technological possibilities in the sense of autonomy and their possible connection with the areas of training core
Develop a solid learning methods of attending a workshop production in an accountability on the use of a collective space
Explore the plastic language of each technique
Apply knowledge and increasing technical skills to develop projects to address the self-publishing

Printmaking II

TIII211 - ECTS

Know and test the practice of Printmaking with emphasis on technology-based learning.

Identify the technological possibilities in the sense of autonomy and possible cooperation in the areas of nuclear training.

Develop a solid learning of methods that attend the officinal production, in a responsibility about the use of a collective work space.

Explore the plastic languages ​​of each technique.

Apply knowledge and increasing expertise to develop projects that allow discussion of self-editing. Promote and consolidate processes started on the first level investigating and testing ideas and principles, formats and methods, redefining themselves through their practice and especially expanding the instrumental possibilities.

Stained Glass I

V500 - ECTS

Analyze and understand glass as a material for fine art. Be able to use it in different techniques such as stained glass, slumping, fusing and laminated glass.
Developing specific knowledge and apply it to a particular content
To distinguish, select and make use of multiple media and modes of representation of the various glass techniques
Understanding glass as a material to produce contemporary art.

Animation II

AII500 - ECTS

Deeper approach to animation filmmaking - level II. Create an animation shortcut. Basic Rules for animation filmmaking - narrative, characters, imagery, and the animation expression in three essencial aspects: time, motion and metamorphosis. Introduction to animation film and video history - conventions, grammar, genres, techniques and narrative. Create storyboards, animatics and schedule maps. Different animation applications: art, motion graphics, documentary, etc. The student should prove a creative attitude, critical consciousness of the potential and limits of the media used and the components of the video-cinematography.

Urban Anthropology

AU302 - ECTS

Generally speaking, the main aim is to provide the students with a diverse set of theoretical and conceptual tools that enable them to investigate and understand contemporary urban phenomena from an anthropological point of view. In concrete terms, the idea is to sensitize the students to the specific nature of anthropology to study otherness, and to show that anthropology is particularly suitable to demonstrate that a very broad range of human phenomena results from complex historical, social and cultural processes, which cannot be thoroughly comprehended by simplistic and highly reductive biological explanations.

 

Audio I

AD201 - ECTS

Introduction to sound language in the fields of matter, plasticity and spatiality.
Study of the sound plasticity.
Study of sound work as an artistic practice.
Technological and workshop introduction, the essential foundation for this practice.
Acquisition of theoretical knowledge, in conjunction with field work and studio, allowing the inclusion of this artistic practice in contemporary context.
Understanding the basics of acoustics.
Understanding and implementation of mechanisms and fundamental aspects of the recording / capture and playback of digital sound.
Development of individual and collective instruments of analysis and reflection on the work done.
Creating extended habits and working methods, and its valuation with the experimentation.

Ceramics I

CI500 - ECTS • Knowing the ceramic process;
• Identifying the features of ceramic materials;
• Complementing the work in the curricular unit of Ceramics and other curricular areas;
• Exploring the expressive potential of technical ceramics;
• Valuing experimental methodologies associated with working in the studio;
• Stimulating critical reflection on contemporary ceramics.


Ceramics II

CII500 - ECTS • Knowing the ceramic process;
• Identifying the features of ceramic materials;
• Complementing the work in the curricular unit of Ceramics and other curricular areas;
• Exploring the expressive potential of technical ceramics;
• Valuing experimental methodologies associated with working in the studio;
• Stimulating critical reflection on contemporary ceramics.


Drawing and Project

DP211 - ECTS

Drawing and test what you can find in the field of thought, idea, through the instrument of that project thinking.

Valuing and testing what we can find in think domain,  through the practice and process of drawing.



Modern and Contemporary Art Studies II

EAMC302 - ECTS

The course aims to conduct a reflection on artistic practices that characterize the XX and XXI centuries.  It is intended to encourage a broad understanding of art and contemporary:

Deepen key ideas concerning artistic paths developed from the post-war (WWII) until today

Contextualize the reformative values involved in an extended notion of art

Analyze aspects of contemporaneity that disseminate the artistic thought today

Promote new combinations of ideas, through the exercise of interpretive reading of texts and works of criticism of modern and contemporary art.

History and Theory of Communication

HTC201 - ECTS

Adress issues concerning the communication on 'technological regime', thinking in students of communication design and the conflitual relationship between art and communication, thinking in students of fine arts.

3D Modelling and Animation

MA3D211 - ECTS

- Introduction to 3D modeling and animation techniques and technologies;

- Context of 3D  modeling and animation in artistic practices;

Molding and Casting

MF500 - ECTS

The objectives of the subject: 1 - to promote and consolidate the students' involvement in autonomous production projects, properly articulated with the techniques for casting by the process of sand and lost wax bronze casting, so as to promote the objective study of phenomena related with the practice of molding and casting in a professional environment (among fine art bronze foundry); 2 - seeing to it that these projects are properly coordinated with methodologies that promote the study of the phenomena related with the contemporary art practices; 3 - to encourage the pursuit of artistic practices, preferably on the basis of practical experience, the bronze casting process; 4 - to consolidate functions at the level of verbal and written statement. Accordingly, upon presentation of the proposition on the proposal of employment, and the answers to theoretical research to ask the teacher, those where the proposed intervention on various ongoing projects; 5 - to assess the gain of theoretical and practical skills consolidated by the students during the semester.

Mosaic I

M500 - ECTS

The student most analyze, understand and use various functions in different mosaic techniques previously learned.

Developed the knowledge obtained in the realization of specific outcomes

Be able to distinguish the different techniques learned and its diverse applications

Understand that mosaic is a flexible technology and should be embrace as a contemporary art

Sculptural Practices

PE500 - ECTS 1 - To promote and consolidate in multidisciplinary environment the involvements of the students in projects of production and independent creation;

2 - Ensure that the mentioned projects are properly articulated with methodologies that promote the study of phenomena related to contemporary art practices;

3 - Promoting an eclectic approach susceptible to methodological framework in the area of artistic practice;

4 - Encourage the exercise of artistic practices preferably in terms of practical experience, in the sense that only one learns to draw by drawing.

Photography Practises II

PFII211 - ECTS

The aim of Práticas da Fotografia 2 is to conceive and produce an individual, original, photographic project, in straight relation with the development of technical knowledge previously acquired at Práticas da Fotografia 1.

It is encouraged an autonomous and critical thought towards the technical and conceptual development of the project, capable of recognizing the specificity of the media, but also to understand and test it’s obvious nature of disciplinary intermedia.

The subject of the project, and correspondent research, is defined by the student and presented in class in the beginning of the semester.

Painting Practices

PP500 - ECTS

Providing new opportunities and advice within the practice of painting for students of several years, who wish to enlarge their experience and knowledge in some technologies in the process of painting. It is intended as a privileged space for experimentation of theory vs practice, research, and resolution of technical problems that may arise from the intrinsic duality between process / project, in order to build a solid base of knowledge on various techniques and materials, under the practice of painting, which facilitates the students with tools for a consistent and objective reflection and in choosing the right practical methodologies for the development of a pictorial project.

Photography Practises I

PFI211 - ECTS

The aim of Photography Practices I is to provide technical and conceptual knowledge of the photographic medium, with the apprenticeship of hybrid process (analog vs. digital).

With the objective of understanding the specificity of the photographic media, students are introduced to specific technical knowledge, such as: handling of equipment and materials used in the context of the photographic record in small and medium format cameras, black and white laboratory practice, and lighting techniques.

The development of competences is made with the creation of individual and group proposals; it is valued an autonomous and critical perspective.

Drawing Practices

PD500 - ECTS

To work the autonomy and the practice of drawing as a reflective, expressive and communicative process; Develop the idea of drawing as an artistic object, close to the perspective of the research produced in the fields of painting, multimedia, sculpture, working their similarities and differences; Pursue the idea of the "projectual "character of Drawing in its various aspects and possibilities; To work in a "simulation" of a studio; To develop a critical discourse on the work produced by brainstorming and the production of texts Deepen knowledge of Drawing and it's history, primarily in relation to contemporary drawing.

Video Practises I

PVI211 - ECTS Synopsis: Perception of shape in a rectangular screen. Perception of time in a rectangular screen. Perception of story in a rectangular screen. Cinema production, a field with an ever‐changing and more complex definition; within this complexity is ever‐ changing and ever‐increasing means and modes of creation. The importance of a solid understanding and foundation of what methods and tools are out there and available, and how to use them, is more important then ever. The intention of this class is to prepare and provide that foundation from pre‐production to post‐production whether creating a feature length narrative, an ethnographic documentary, or an experimental short...or anything in‐between.

Constructive and Subtractive Processes

PCS500 - ECTS

To promote the confronation with the materials through sculpturesque practice of subtractive, additive a constructive character, discovering the conceptual differences in the appliance of the several involved technical processes.
To understand the relation between a technical process of meterial transformation and the plastic and expressive language obtained with the final work.


Printmaking I

TII211 - ECTS

Know and test the practice of Printmaking with an emphasis on learning basic aspects of its key technology,
Identify the technological possibilities in the sense of autonomy and their possible connection with the areas of training core
Develop a solid learning methods of attending a workshop production in an accountability on the use of a collective space
Explore the plastic language of each technique
Apply knowledge and increasing technical skills to develop projects to address the self-publishing

Printmaking II

TIII211 - ECTS

Know and test the practice of Printmaking with emphasis on technology-based learning.

Identify the technological possibilities in the sense of autonomy and possible cooperation in the areas of nuclear training.

Develop a solid learning of methods that attend the officinal production, in a responsibility about the use of a collective work space.

Explore the plastic languages of each technique.

Apply knowledge and increasing expertise to develop projects that allow discussion of self-editing. Promote and consolidate processes started on the first level investigating and testing ideas and principles, formats and methods, redefining themselves through their practice and especially expanding the instrumental possibilities.

Theory and History of Photography

THF500 - ECTS

If all photographs are in it’s kind ‘of history’, the question that stands, in the context of it’s Historiography is what kind of History and proper methodologies can best reply to the acknowledge of it’s unconstrained archive. In other way, what are the assertions that best suit the research of photography as an intermedia, involving the spreading of technics, images and the literary and scientific affinities that composed it’s history.

The purpose of Theory and History of Photography is to introduce a political, ethical and critical perspective on the analysis of the photographic image, which enables and capacitates the students to face this interdisciplinary dispersal.

Theory and History of the Cinema

THCN500 - ECTS

Theory and History of Video

THV211 - ECTS

Constructed Textiles

TC500 - ECTS

In Constructed Textiles Course aims to an introduction to the world of textiles - materials, methods and tools - as another means of artistic expression and technical formalization. Rehearsing to create models and structures - individual and team works. Researching, organizing, planning and projecting. Managing critically different stages of work depending on the desired results. Be able to cooperate in carrying out individual schemes and / or group. Be able to understand and adapt the materials, methods, tools and processes to the desired results. Rationalize the transverse dimension of the different disciplines of the course.

Stained Glass II

V502 - ECTS

Analyze and understand glass as a material for fine art. Be able to use it in different techniques such as the kiln casting: pâte de verre and casting .

Developing specific knowledge and apply it to a particular content

To distinguish, select and make use of multiple media and modes of representation of the various glass techniques

Understanding glass as a material to produce contemporary art.

Project

P411 - ECTS

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Animation I

AI500 - ECTS

Introduction to animation filmmaking. Basic Rules for animation filmmaking - narrative, characters, imagery, animation expression in three essencial aspects: time, motion and metamorphosis. Introduction to animation film and video history - conventions, grammar, genres, techniques and narrative. The student should prove a creative attitude, critical consciousness of the potential and limits of the media used and the components of the video-cinematography. Based on the principle that animation is a collective effort with a common goal, team work is enhanced as well as the individual work.

Anthropology of Art

AAT500 - ECTS

Anthropology was constituted as science of otherness in the passage from the nineteenth to the twentieth century and has focused in the study of human groups that were distint of western society. The discipline of Anthropology of Art aims to introduce students to the central issues of the discipline as well as contribute to the extension of the field of Western references, sensitizing students to 'other' and promoting aesthetic and anthropological reflection within the artistic praxis.

Scenography

CN500 - ECTS

This semester UC option, the student must adequir powers to have notions about the evolution of Scenography in historical terms, aware of the relevance of Scenic Area in different areas of art, and that this area of relations with other states for the construction of the Work.

Are also analyzed production issues as well as light, sound, costumes, props,...
Besides the importance of the different stakeholders and work individually and in groups.

Students attending this course will be able not only to create, to learn how to present a project and know realize it.

Must also reconcile their creative potential and plastic and how to apply it in situations that are proposed.

Ceramics I

CI500 - ECTS • Know the ceramic process;
• Identify the characteristics of ceramic materials;
• Complementing the work in the curricular unit of Ceramics and other curricular areas;
• Explore the expressive potential of technical ceramics;
• Valuing experimental methodologies associated with working in the studio;
• To stimulate critical reflection on contemporary ceramics.

Art Criticism

CA401 - ECTS

Art criticism.

Figure Drawing

DSC500 - ECTS

This course have as unique subject the study of human body in its visual and morphological complexity, having the drawing as the tool for its study, in its various strategies. Its goal is not to produce "autonomous" and author drawings whose pretext is the human figure, but, rather, to develop the drawing skills as a tool to understand, organize and communicate knowledge. The course intends to systematize and to develop skills in the study of the body and its various representations, to develop the capabilities of the drawing as well as developing knowledge of the concepts involved such as representation, image, figure, body and model.

Modelling and Multiples

MM500 - ECTS

To promote on a pluridisciplinar perspective the involvement of students in articulated production projects, following methodologies that favour the objective study of the phenomenon related to contemporary practices of multiples production, through knowledge able to be acquired by practical experience and theoretical formation.

Project Methodology

MP411 - ECTS

• Contribuir para a perspectivação crítica e a consolidação dos projectos individuais de cada estudante; 
• Valorizar as metodologias experimentais associadas ao trabalho em estúdio; 
• Complementar o trabalho desenvolvido na UC de Projecto e noutras áreas curriculares; 
• Confrontar e discutir diferentes noções de autoria no campo das artes plásticas; 
• Desenvolver instrumentos de análise, individuais e de grupo; 
• Estimular a reflexão crítica sobre as práticas artísticas contemporâneas.
 
• Estabelecer pontes e contaminações entre a escola e a realidade exterior.

Modelling and Moulding I

MMI211 - ECTS

Specific objectives are:

- Recognize the modelling processes as an area of ​​freedom associated with the drawing, the volumetric trial and the transitional sculpture, while pointing volume and scale;

 

- Develop knowledge about modelling processes, their materials and support tools, methodological interdependencies with other production areas;

 

- Deepen understanding of the structure of volumes and their spatial relationship;

 

- Awareness and use of their own language in making modelling;

 

- Improve traditional moulding processes, associated with the artistic field, and applied in the reproduction modelled models;

 

General objectives are:

 

- Improvement in visual acuity and analytical / synthetic capabilities of volume, space and scale;

 

- Sensory awareness of forms in three dimensional space;

 

- Experimentation of the general principles of composition of the sculpture;

 

- Reflection between positive and negative space, form and mould, model and reproduction;

 

- Reflections and critical analysis on the worlds of modelling and moulding;

 

- Research competence, communication and innovation (collection, selection and personalized treatment information);

 

- Resource management capacity (workspace, equipment and materials).

Mosaic II

M502 - ECTS

Following on from Mosaic I, Mosaic II pursuit all the information about this technique on the fundamental aspects of monumental painting and parietal art.
It is understood that Mosaic II should be extended in a perspective that encompasses aspects of creativity. The technique is not limited to a means and a method, but constitutes itself an uncontroversial meaning of creativity.
The student most analyze, understand and use various functions in different mosaic techniques previously learned.

Sculptural Practices

PE500 - ECTS

1 - To promote and consolidate in multidisciplinary environment the involvements of the students in projects of production and independent creation;

2 - Ensure that the mentioned projects are properly articulated with methodologies that promote the study of phenomena related to contemporary art practices;

3 - Promoting an eclectic approach susceptible to methodological framework in the area of artistic practice;

4 - Encourage the exercise of artistic practices preferably in terms of practical experience, in the sense that only one learns to draw by drawing.

Painting Practices

PP500 - ECTS

Providing new opportunities and advice within the practice of painting for students of several years, who wish to enlarge their experience and knowledge in some technologies in the process of painting. It is intended as a privileged space for experimentation of theory vs practice, research, and resolution of technical problems that may arise from the intrinsic duality between process / project, in order to build a solid base of knowledge on various techniques and materials, under the practice of painting, which facilitates the students with tools for a consistent and objective reflection and in choosing the right practical methodologies for the development of a pictorial project.

Photography Practises I

PFI211 - ECTS

The aim of Photography Practises I is to provide an introduction to photographic device, developing procedures implicit in laboratory practice: handling of equipment and materials used in the context of the photographic record in small and medium format cameras, lighting techniques, developing and enlarging on film and paper.
The technical instruction classes provide students with the competence to correctly use the equipments and materials of the black/white photographic process, as well as other primitive photographic techniques.
The course is organized in sequential practical workshops.

Drawing Practices

PD500 - ECTS

To work the autonomy and the practice of drawing as a reflective, expressive and communicative process; Develop the idea of drawing as an artistic object, close to the perspective of the research produced in the fields of painting, multimedia, sculpture, working their similarities and differences; Pursue the idea of the "projectual "character of Drawing in its various aspects and possibilities; To work in a "simulation" of a studio; To develop a critical discourse on the work produced by brainstorming and the production of texts Deepen knowledge of Drawing and it's history, primarily in relation to contemporary drawing.

Video Practises I

PVI211 - ECTS Synopsis: Perception of shape in a rectangular screen. Perception of time in a rectangular screen. Perception of story in a rectangular screen. Cinema production, a field with an ever‐changing and more complex definition; within this complexity is ever‐ changing and ever‐increasing means and modes of creation. The importance of a solid understanding and foundation of what methods and tools are out there and available, and how to use them, is more important then ever. The intention of this class is to prepare and provide that foundation from pre‐production to post‐production whether creating a feature length narrative, an ethnographic documentary, or an experimental short...or anything in‐between.

Video Practises II

PVII211 - ECTS

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Psychology of Art

PAT500 - ECTS

The discipline of Psychology of Art aims to meet two key objectives, which are interrelated. First, highlight the usefulness of psychological concepts and theories and research to address the phenomenon of art, and, secondly, to show that psychology, as a science of man, is not restricted to psychopathology and its practical application far exceeds reduced field of psychotherapy. In other words, the discipline of Psychology of Art aims to sensitize students to the central issues of the discipline through an integrative approach that thinks artistic phenomena as a whole, regardless of their diverse origins ("normal", "pathological", "adult" "child," "primitive," "civilized," etc.)..

Printmaking I

TII211 - ECTS

Know and test the practice of Printmaking with an emphasis on learning basic aspects of its key technology,
Identify the technological possibilities in the sense of autonomy and their possible connection with the areas of training core
Develop a solid learning methods of attending a workshop production in an accountability on the use of a collective space
Explore the plastic language of each technique
Apply knowledge and increasing technical skills to develop projects to address the self-publishing

Printmaking II

TIII211 - ECTS

Know and test the practice of Printmaking with emphasis on technology-based learning.

Identify the technological possibilities in the sense of autonomy and possible cooperation in the areas of nuclear training.

Develop a solid learning of methods that attend the officinal production, in a responsibility about the use of a collective work space.

Explore the plastic languages ​​of each technique.

Apply knowledge and increasing expertise to develop projects that allow discussion of self-editing. Promote and consolidate processes started on the first level investigating and testing ideas and principles, formats and methods, redefining themselves through their practice and especially expanding the instrumental possibilities.

History and Theory of Sculpture

THES201 - ECTS

Sculpture’s theory and history aims at the epistemologically and ontologically study of sculpture’s sphere, from the last years of the 19th centurty to nowadays, promoting the student’s aquisition of the works’ of art analisis’ grammar, and so privileging the approach to the means, to the operative processes, to the intervenings and the inherent languages.

Through the phenomena of the authors and works that played central roles in the various events of the referred period, this subject promotes a clarified vision on the paradigmatic changes which happened in this context, helping in the comprehension of the artistic thought.

The students should acquire and/or consolidate the concepts inherent to the questions that characterize sculpture in modern period and also in the post-modern period, namely concepts of space, shape, proportions, harmony, balance, rythm, volume, mass and void, that assumed, along these periods, very distinct shapes and expressions.

It’s a fundamental objective of Sculpture’s theory and history to exercise the permanent confrontation between what the student is given to know through the theory of the historians, the critics or the work’s authers themselves, and what he sees in a strictly sensitive relation with his cultural education.


Theory and History of Performance

THP500 - ECTS

Develop capabilities of study, analysis, taking a critical stand, defending it with arguments and to engage on a theoretical debate.

Understand the context of appearance of the performance art as well as the esthetical, creative and critical evolution of the performance art.

Acquire capacities for autonomous research.

Identify particularities of performance amongst other arts of the XX and XXI centuries.

Articulate different historical, economical, social, artistic and cultural contexts of a broad range of performative practices.

Analyse critically specific questions raised by the artistic performative practise, its presentation, documentation and relationship with its audiences.

Theory and History of the Cinema

THCN500 - ECTS

Artists Texts

TDA500 - ECTS

The word and the image: - Word as Image. - Image as a word.

Stained Glass I

V500 - ECTS

Analyze and understand glass as a material for fine art. Be able to use it in different techniques such as stained glass, slumping, fusing and laminated glass.
Developing specific knowledge and apply it to a particular content
To distinguish, select and make use of multiple media and modes of representation of the various glass techniques
Understanding glass as a material to produce contemporary art.

Animation II

AII500 - ECTS

Deeper approach to animation filmmaking - level II. Create an animation shortcut. Basic Rules for animation filmmaking - narrative, characters, imagery, and the animation expression in three essencial aspects: time, motion and metamorphosis. Introduction to animation film and video history - conventions, grammar, genres, techniques and narrative. Create storyboards, animatics and schedule maps. Different animation applications: art, motion graphics, documentary, etc. The student should prove a creative attitude, critical consciousness of the potential and limits of the media used and the components of the video-cinematography.

Urban Anthropology

AU302 - ECTS

Generally speaking, the main aim is to provide the students with a diverse set of theoretical and conceptual tools that enable them to investigate and understand contemporary urban phenomena from an anthropological point of view. In concrete terms, the idea is to sensitize the students to the specific nature of anthropology to study otherness, and to show that anthropology is particularly suitable to demonstrate that a very broad range of human phenomena results from complex historical, social and cultural processes, which cannot be thoroughly comprehended by simplistic and highly reductive biological explanations.

 

Audio I

AD201 - ECTS

Introduction to sound language in the fields of matter, plasticity and spatiality.
Study of the sound plasticity.
Study of sound work as an artistic practice.
Technological and workshop introduction, the essential foundation for this practice.
Acquisition of theoretical knowledge, in conjunction with field work and studio, allowing the inclusion of this artistic practice in contemporary context.
Understanding the basics of acoustics.
Understanding and implementation of mechanisms and fundamental aspects of the recording / capture and playback of digital sound.
Development of individual and collective instruments of analysis and reflection on the work done.
Creating extended habits and working methods, and its valuation with the experimentation.

Ceramics I

CI500 - ECTS • Knowing the ceramic process;
• Identifying the features of ceramic materials;
• Complementing the work in the curricular unit of Ceramics and other curricular areas;
• Exploring the expressive potential of technical ceramics;
• Valuing experimental methodologies associated with working in the studio;
• Stimulating critical reflection on contemporary ceramics.


Ceramics II

CII500 - ECTS • Knowing the ceramic process;
• Identifying the features of ceramic materials;
• Complementing the work in the curricular unit of Ceramics and other curricular areas;
• Exploring the expressive potential of technical ceramics;
• Valuing experimental methodologies associated with working in the studio;
• Stimulating critical reflection on contemporary ceramics.


Drawing and Project

DP211 - ECTS

Drawing and test what you can find in the field of thought, idea, through the instrument of that project thinking.

Valuing and testing what we can find in think domain,  through the practice and process of drawing.



History and Theory of Communication

HTC201 - ECTS

Adress issues concerning the communication on 'technological regime', thinking in students of communication design and the conflitual relationship between art and communication, thinking in students of fine arts.

3D Modelling and Animation

MA3D211 - ECTS

- Introduction to 3D modeling and animation techniques and technologies;

- Context of 3D  modeling and animation in artistic practices;

Molding and Casting

MF500 - ECTS

The objectives of the subject: 1 - to promote and consolidate the students' involvement in autonomous production projects, properly articulated with the techniques for casting by the process of sand and lost wax bronze casting, so as to promote the objective study of phenomena related with the practice of molding and casting in a professional environment (among fine art bronze foundry); 2 - seeing to it that these projects are properly coordinated with methodologies that promote the study of the phenomena related with the contemporary art practices; 3 - to encourage the pursuit of artistic practices, preferably on the basis of practical experience, the bronze casting process; 4 - to consolidate functions at the level of verbal and written statement. Accordingly, upon presentation of the proposition on the proposal of employment, and the answers to theoretical research to ask the teacher, those where the proposed intervention on various ongoing projects; 5 - to assess the gain of theoretical and practical skills consolidated by the students during the semester.

Mosaic I

M500 - ECTS

The student most analyze, understand and use various functions in different mosaic techniques previously learned.

Developed the knowledge obtained in the realization of specific outcomes

Be able to distinguish the different techniques learned and its diverse applications

Understand that mosaic is a flexible technology and should be embrace as a contemporary art

Sculptural Practices

PE500 - ECTS 1 - To promote and consolidate in multidisciplinary environment the involvements of the students in projects of production and independent creation;

2 - Ensure that the mentioned projects are properly articulated with methodologies that promote the study of phenomena related to contemporary art practices;

3 - Promoting an eclectic approach susceptible to methodological framework in the area of artistic practice;

4 - Encourage the exercise of artistic practices preferably in terms of practical experience, in the sense that only one learns to draw by drawing.

Photography Practises II

PFII211 - ECTS

The aim of Práticas da Fotografia 2 is to conceive and produce an individual, original, photographic project, in straight relation with the development of technical knowledge previously acquired at Práticas da Fotografia 1.

It is encouraged an autonomous and critical thought towards the technical and conceptual development of the project, capable of recognizing the specificity of the media, but also to understand and test it’s obvious nature of disciplinary intermedia.

The subject of the project, and correspondent research, is defined by the student and presented in class in the beginning of the semester.

Painting Practices

PP500 - ECTS

Providing new opportunities and advice within the practice of painting for students of several years, who wish to enlarge their experience and knowledge in some technologies in the process of painting. It is intended as a privileged space for experimentation of theory vs practice, research, and resolution of technical problems that may arise from the intrinsic duality between process / project, in order to build a solid base of knowledge on various techniques and materials, under the practice of painting, which facilitates the students with tools for a consistent and objective reflection and in choosing the right practical methodologies for the development of a pictorial project.

Photography Practises I

PFI211 - ECTS

The aim of Photography Practices I is to provide technical and conceptual knowledge of the photographic medium, with the apprenticeship of hybrid process (analog vs. digital).

With the objective of understanding the specificity of the photographic media, students are introduced to specific technical knowledge, such as: handling of equipment and materials used in the context of the photographic record in small and medium format cameras, black and white laboratory practice, and lighting techniques.

The development of competences is made with the creation of individual and group proposals; it is valued an autonomous and critical perspective.

Drawing Practices

PD500 - ECTS

To work the autonomy and the practice of drawing as a reflective, expressive and communicative process; Develop the idea of drawing as an artistic object, close to the perspective of the research produced in the fields of painting, multimedia, sculpture, working their similarities and differences; Pursue the idea of the "projectual "character of Drawing in its various aspects and possibilities; To work in a "simulation" of a studio; To develop a critical discourse on the work produced by brainstorming and the production of texts Deepen knowledge of Drawing and it's history, primarily in relation to contemporary drawing.

Video Practises I

PVI211 - ECTS Synopsis: Perception of shape in a rectangular screen. Perception of time in a rectangular screen. Perception of story in a rectangular screen. Cinema production, a field with an ever‐changing and more complex definition; within this complexity is ever‐ changing and ever‐increasing means and modes of creation. The importance of a solid understanding and foundation of what methods and tools are out there and available, and how to use them, is more important then ever. The intention of this class is to prepare and provide that foundation from pre‐production to post‐production whether creating a feature length narrative, an ethnographic documentary, or an experimental short...or anything in‐between.

Constructive and Subtractive Processes

PCS500 - ECTS

To promote the confronation with the materials through sculpturesque practice of subtractive, additive a constructive character, discovering the conceptual differences in the appliance of the several involved technical processes.
To understand the relation between a technical process of meterial transformation and the plastic and expressive language obtained with the final work.


Art Science Seminar

SCA411 - ECTS

PROF. MJG:

Approach to some theoretical perspectives, methodologies, concepts and problems of the study area of the cultural studies, and art history in particular, whose thoughts tainted and necessarily still influence contemporary artistic practice and culture.The selection of the topics that the students will deal with ultimately depends on the teacher, but will take into account suggestions from students about the issues that most motivate them, according to their needs, gaps, challenges and research interests, within their own learning and artistic practice. Resarch, study and preparation of oral and written presentations. We intend an open dialogue, the discussion of ideas and the exchange of knowledge based on periodical presentations, duly scheduled.

 

 

Prof. Helder Gomes

 Based on the analysis of literary works, will discuss the relationship between reality and fiction: the role of fiction in the construction of human experience? What is the relationship between imagination and the real? Can the art as fiction constitute a real transformation tool or is it just an escape space?

 

Printmaking I

TII211 - ECTS

Know and test the practice of Printmaking with an emphasis on learning basic aspects of its key technology,
Identify the technological possibilities in the sense of autonomy and their possible connection with the areas of training core
Develop a solid learning methods of attending a workshop production in an accountability on the use of a collective space
Explore the plastic language of each technique
Apply knowledge and increasing technical skills to develop projects to address the self-publishing

Printmaking II

TIII211 - ECTS

Know and test the practice of Printmaking with emphasis on technology-based learning.

Identify the technological possibilities in the sense of autonomy and possible cooperation in the areas of nuclear training.

Develop a solid learning of methods that attend the officinal production, in a responsibility about the use of a collective work space.

Explore the plastic languages of each technique.

Apply knowledge and increasing expertise to develop projects that allow discussion of self-editing. Promote and consolidate processes started on the first level investigating and testing ideas and principles, formats and methods, redefining themselves through their practice and especially expanding the instrumental possibilities.

Theory and History of Photography

THF500 - ECTS

If all photographs are in it’s kind ‘of history’, the question that stands, in the context of it’s Historiography is what kind of History and proper methodologies can best reply to the acknowledge of it’s unconstrained archive. In other way, what are the assertions that best suit the research of photography as an intermedia, involving the spreading of technics, images and the literary and scientific affinities that composed it’s history.

The purpose of Theory and History of Photography is to introduce a political, ethical and critical perspective on the analysis of the photographic image, which enables and capacitates the students to face this interdisciplinary dispersal.

Theory and History of the Cinema

THCN500 - ECTS

Theory and History of Video

THV211 - ECTS

Constructed Textiles

TC500 - ECTS

In Constructed Textiles Course aims to an introduction to the world of textiles - materials, methods and tools - as another means of artistic expression and technical formalization. Rehearsing to create models and structures - individual and team works. Researching, organizing, planning and projecting. Managing critically different stages of work depending on the desired results. Be able to cooperate in carrying out individual schemes and / or group. Be able to understand and adapt the materials, methods, tools and processes to the desired results. Rationalize the transverse dimension of the different disciplines of the course.

Stained Glass II

V502 - ECTS

Analyze and understand glass as a material for fine art. Be able to use it in different techniques such as the kiln casting: pâte de verre and casting .

Developing specific knowledge and apply it to a particular content

To distinguish, select and make use of multiple media and modes of representation of the various glass techniques

Understanding glass as a material to produce contemporary art.

Workshop I - Painting


API - ECTS

Introdução: O Atelier de Pintura I desenvolve-se em torno das questões técnicas, estéticas e estilisticas da pintura e dos vários modos de operar nas superfícies. A prática incidirá na pintura de observação directa assim como em exercícios a partir de reproduções de pinturas (de preferência dentro do universo das coleções dos museus nacionais, alargando assim a possibilidade de um contacto com o original ). A sequência das propostas de trabalho terá em atenção um evolutivo grau de complexidade e variedade técnica, desenvolvendo a formação no domínio da linguagem pictórica e a autonomia metodológica e criativa de cada estudante. Em articulação com a UC MTP poderão ser solicitados trabalhos, de teor tecnológico, a realizar na UC acima mencionada. Desenvolver a técnica da pintura aplicada ao retrato, à paisagem natural e urbana, natureza morta e quotidiano, nas suas diferentes matrizes. Desenvolver o espírito crítico e auto-crítico, experimental e inventivo Desenvolver a capacidade expressiva e autoral baseada em conceitos estruturados e fundamentados. Desenvolver capacidades de percepção, memória e articulação de formas.


Painting - Materials and Technics


MTP211 - ECTS

O programa da disciplina pretende iniciar um processo de investigação relativo à evolução pictórica de todas as Escolas e correntes artísticas, através do estudo dos seus materiais e técnicas.
A ausência de um programa arquivístico das práticas e dos métodos utilizados pelos pintores mais ilustrativos da história da arte deve reforçar o interesse em reunir informação detalhada e de fontes diversificadas, privilegiando-se o contacto directo com profissionais de áreas científicas que partilham as mesmas preocupações.
Uma metodologia que contemple as técnicas processuais da pintura não inibe a “originalidade” e a “espontaneidade” da obra artística. Hoje, há sinais claros de que a técnica e a estética se encontram em trajectórias de convergência, que é tão importante quanto a convergência entre a ciência e a técnica.

OBJECTIVOS DA DISCIPLINA

1. Familiarizar o aluno com os materiais e técnicas da pintura utilizadas ao longo da história da arte por artesãos e artistas;

2. Sistematizar procedimentos que proponham práticas racionais no âmbito do ofício da pintura;

3. Introduzir novas referências de estudo que forneçam ao aluno as bases necessárias para a correcta selecção dos materiais disponibilizados no mercado;

4. Transmitir noções elementares colocadas no plano da física e da química aplicada, consideradas pertinentes para um curso superior de pintura;

5. Disponibilizar termos e conceitos técnicos indispensáveis à riqueza de vocabulário, no meio artístico;

6. Sensibilizar o aluno para a conservação de obras de arte, sublinhando as da sua própria produção.


Image Theory


TI201 - ECTS

A constante presença dos meios de comunicação, nomeadamente audiovisuais, na sociedade contemporânea, obriga-nos a um contacto permanente com os mais diversos tipos de imagem. Através do cinema, da televisão, da internet, dos jogos vídeo ou do telemóvel recebemos um enorme fluxo de imagens que consumimos, muitas vezes, de forma indiscriminada. Esta visualidade complexa implica a necessidade de um novo tipo de literacia visual, que viabilize um olhar mais competente e informado da realidade que nos circunda. Na disciplina de teoria da imagem procurar-se-á, a partir de um conjunto muito diversificado de estímulos visuais, promover uma reflexão alargada e interdiciplinar sobre o modo como são produzidas e difundidas as imagens na contemporaneidade, de molde a promover nos estudantes uma maior consciência crítica.


Workshop II - Painting


APII - ECTS

Alicerçada no estudo da teoria e da história da Pintura, e do trabalho prático de Pintura desenvolvido nos anos precedentes, pretender-se-á que cada estudante desenvolva competências de organização e de iniciativa ao nível da formulação de projectos de investigação. Em sintonia com preocupações tecnológicas, a cadeira de Atelier II, Pintura, ambiciona adequar um suposto modelo tradicional do ensino das Belas-Artes com as exigências da situação artística contemporânea. A cadeira, de carácter teórico-prático, apresenta como estratégia cientifico-pedagógica a possibilidade de construção de autonomia projectual do discente, por via de uma abordagem entre o pensar e o fazer, entre o projecto e o processo, entre a reflexão crítica e o resultado, procurando assim facultar os instrumentos indispensáveis para a compreensão dos territórios da prática artística contemporânea.


Composition


C311 - ECTS

Aplicar a imagens bidimensionais hipóteses de interpretação oriundas da história, da psicologia da percepção e da geometria. 


Theory and History of Painting


THP311 - ECTS

Esta disciplina destina-se a fornecer aos estudantes da Licenciatura em Artes Plásticas, ramo de Pintura, um espaço de reflexão comum sobre a prática da pintura e a tradição pictórica na Europa ocidental, nas suas diversas componentes. Através do recurso a exemplos concretos de épocas muito variadas, serão expostos conhecimentos básicos e algumas ferramentas fundamentais, bem como os métodos e os critérios mais amplamente utilizados na actualidade por historiadores, comissários de exposições, conservadores e críticos de arte para poder analisar qualquer obra pictórica com algum detalhe. O programa da disciplina será estruturado à volta de grandes temáticas, capazes de suscitar o confronto e o diálogo entre alunos com experiências e motivações diversificadas. Partindo de algumas obras maiores e de outras menos divulgadas da história da pintura ocidental, serão abordadas as relações entre a pintura e a cultura visual na arte europeia, essencialmente dos séculos XIII a XX, com uma especial ênfase no Renascimento. Procurar-se-á fomentar o interesse pela leitura de textos da época e de estudos e ensaios, e desenvolver as capacidades de entendimento das imagens, fornecendo aos alunos utensílios para observar e interpretar o objecto pictórico nas suas mais variadas vertentes. Serão abordadas questões como a identificação das obras pictóricas, os géneros na pintura, as diversas técnicas, os conceitos essenciais sobre a composição, o desenho e a cor, a evolução do tratamento da figura humana, ou a produção, consumo e circulação da pintura. A disciplina destina-se a dotar os alunos de uma linguagem crítica comum, dando especial relevo ao contexto histórico e cultural, à análise formal e à compreensão da génese e do processo criativo das obras pictóricas. São essenciais a aquisição de um vocabulário técnico, de conceitos e de conhecimentos básicos fundamentais para o estudo da história da arte, bem como o desenvolvimento do espírito crítico e das capacidades de percepção visual e comparativa na análise da obra de arte, enquanto objecto artístico, estético e histórico. Nota: As questões relativas a procedimentos, materiais e técnicas pictóricas, bem como a composição, desenho e cor, merecerão uma abordagem sumária, dado que serão objecto de estudo detalhado noutras disciplinas curriculares.


Workshop I - Multimedia


AMI - ECTS

. Personalizar a aprendizagem e a prática “artística” dos alunos sob condições de interacção (professor/aluno/a); . Aperfeiçoar capacidades técnicas e tecnológicas; . Desenvolver o sentido reflexivo e de análise crítica e auto-crítica; . Desenvolver o domínio das linguagens específicas utilizadas no contexto da produção artística contemporânea; . Dotar os alunos das noções e práticas necessárias à existência de autonomia e decisão estética; . Incutir princípios de investigação tanto prática como teórica.


Image and Sound Laboratory


LIS211 - ECTS

A UC de Laboratório de Imagem e Som tem como principal objectivo potenciar, através de um espaço experimental, um contexto laboratorial que convoque a plasticidade do som e da imagem para o interior da prática artística. Para tal tentar-se-á introduzir de modo oficinal os fundamentos essenciais para essa prática, a partir da aprendizagem técnica de diferentes tecnologias audiovisuais. Através de uma atitude crítica e consciente das potencialidades dos medium utilizados, procura-se-á o desenvolvimento de instrumentos individuais e colectivos de análise e de reflexão crítica em torno dos diferentes momentos do trabalho realizado no decorrer do semestre. Tendo em conta as características específicas da produção audiovisual, será fomentada paralelamente ao desenvolvimento de projectos individuais, o trabalho colaborativo assim como a partilha colectiva da prática artística.


Art and Technology


AT211 - ECTS
Estudar as relações entre arte, cultura e tecnologia, em especial nas suas implicações para a prática artística.
Situar a questão da técnica a partir da sua problematização moderna.
Discutir e aclarar a importância da relação entre arte e tecnologia para o contexto actual da arte.
Introduzir os princípios básicos de uma teoria dos media.
Desenvolver princípios de reflexão e de análise crítica.
Estabelecer uma relação crítica com o trabalho realizado noutras áreas curriculares, como a prática de atelier e as oficinais.

Workshop II - Multimedia


AMII - ECTS

• Contribuir para uma progressiva autonomização do projecto individual de cada estudante. • Discutir e ajudar a solucionar os problemas plásticos, conceptuais e tecnológicos ligados ao desenvolvimento desses projectos. • Valorizar as metodologias experimentais e o trabalho em estúdio. • Incentivar o cruzamento com o trabalho desenvolvido no âmbito de outras áreas curriculares ou mesmo noutros contextos. • Estimular a reflexão crítica sobre a prática artística contemporânea em geral. • Desenvolver instrumentos de análise, individuais e de grupo, sobre o trabalho realizado.


Multimedia Laboratory


LM301 - ECTS

Desenvolver trabalho essencialmente experimental comparável a certas actividades científicas como a química experimental e aplicada.

Desenvolver competências aplicadas à manipulação, separação, combinação e modificação de diferentes matérias e técnicas tornando os estudantes em catalisadores ou agentes transformadores de meios, de sistemas ou das matérias sonoras e visuais.

Desenvolver essencialmente actividades processuais e transformativas que possibilitam o inesperado, a serendipidade e o indeterminado, permitindo que os estudantes experimentem diferentes metodologias e processos de trabalho no desenvolvimento dos seus desígnios.

Compreender sem preconceitos que muitas vezes os processos de materialização dos desígnios dos estudantes de multimédia não se regem por regras, metodologias ou teorias pré-determinadas.

Potenciar o impacto que a prática reflexiva tem no conhecimento dos estudantes aumentando, simultaneamente, o reconhecimento que esta prática tem enquanto protocolo curricular no contexto académico.

Fomentar a pesquisa em acção e a investigação pela prática num processo construtivo que possibilita a construção, aquisição e transmissão de conhecimento de forma não escrita.

Compreender as propriedades e características dos materiais e das técnicas como componente fundamental da produção em multimédia.

Abordar a tecnologia e a técnica, enquanto meios indispensáveis ao processo multimédia, bem como a sua importância do ponto de vista epistémico, na percepção e na construção de conhecimento.

Experimentar o potencial semântico dos materiais com que se materializam os desígnios, bem como, a dialéctica inerente ao diálogo do artista com os materiais que utiliza ou rejeita no fazer das suas experiências.

Possibilitar a integração da actividade lúdica na investigação em arte, validando-a no contexto curricular.

Dominar e divulgar a fusão de diferentes técnicas de manipulação algorítmica digital e analógica, bem como a dinâmica das mudanças e transformações que alteram a forma e função dos meios existentes.

Combinar livremente a produção, o consumo e a reutilização de meios

Experimentar desígnios híbridos que não se constrangem a géneros convencionados e reconhecidos como instalação sonora, vídeo instalação, instalação interactiva, música, os diversos géneros do design, ou animação, entre outros.

Discutir a questão da fluidez resultante da fusão de meios quando representados e modelados no domínio digital.


Sound and Image


SI311 - ECTS

Específicos:

    • Estudar as relações entre som e imagem, em especial no contexto das artes plásticas e do cinema.
    • Analisar, também de um ponto de vista histórico, as interacções entre o sonoro, o visual e o plástico. 
    • Estudar as correspondências sensoriais entre som e imagem. 
    • Contextualizar as interacções entre som e imagem no âmbito da produção artística contemporânea.
    • Explorar as especificidades de uma plasticidade do som.
    • Apresentar os fundamentos para uma teoria do som e da imagem na perspectiva da cinemática.


Gerais:

    • Incentivar a utilização de métodos transversais de pesquisa e análise dos casos de estudo escolhidos.
    • Estimular a autonomia de investigação e de análise crítica. 
    • Estimular o cruzamento com trabalho realizado noutras áreas curriculares e com o trabalho de projecto dos estudantes.

Workshop I - Sculpture


AEI - ECTS

1. Esta UC cria um ambiente de investigação e entendimento das questões relativas à prática artística de cariz marcadamente tridimensional, espacial ou escultórica, explorando  envolventes processuais onde as matérias são transformadas/transfiguradas por técnicas especificamente adquadas ás diversas matérias de desenvolvimento da prática escultórica;

2. Promover uma consciencialização de sistemas individuais de desenvolvimento processual criando simultâneamente dinâmicas colectivas de trabalho;

3. Incentivar o exercício da experimentação enquanto meio fundamental do desenvolvimento de capacidades de partilha em ambiente colectivo.


4. Instigar o desenvolvimento da prática dentro dos diversos ambientes tecnológicos, onde matérias e técnicas confluem  num desenvolvimento de competências de manipulação criativa dentro do espaço de ação da Escultura.

5. Munir os estudantes de competências de comunicação prática com profissionais de diferentes sectores de produção.

6.Estimular a recolha, análise, selecção e tratamento personalizado de informação;

7. Desenvolver nos erstudantes a capacidade de reflexão e análise crítica sobre os resultados obtidos estabelecendo valores diacríticos;

8.
O aprofundamento da capacidade de reflexão crítica em consonância com o desenvolvimento do trabalho e respetivos resultados,no âmbito da prática artística contemporânea.


Tridimensional Techniques and Mediums


MTT211 - ECTS

O curso “Os meios e técnicas de tridimensionalidade” pretende a aprendizagem de utilização de ferramentas digitais 3D na criação, representação e maquetização no processo da criação plástica.

Criação: Utilização de ferramentas 3D na modelação e conceção de objetos tridimensionais. Ficar familiar com vários conceitos de geometrias.

Representação: Projeção perspetiva de objetos 3D dentro de um espaço real ou dentro de um ambiente / paisagem virtual.

Maquetização: Produção de uma maqueta a partir de uma geometria virtual


Methods and Languages of Sculpture


MLE302 - ECTS

A Uc Métodos e Linguagens da Escultura tem por objectivos:

i - fundamentalmente, promover e consolidar conhecimentos no âmbito da arte do último século, no que especialmente respeita às práticas artísticas grosso modo designadas da escultura, da instalação, da performance, do site-specific e da arte pública, com especial focagem em obras e autores de incontornável relevância que muito contribuíram para a prática e pensamento da cultura contemporânea;
ii - promover e consolidar competências de avaliação crítica em contexto dos movimentos mais emblemáticos ocorridos na primeira metade do século XX na Europa, e décadas seguintes nos Estados Unidos da América. Movimentos e principais protagonistas, obras e autores em contexto económico, cultural e político;
iii - promover e consolidar sempre que necessário, conhecimentos no âmbito da História da Arte (largo senso) com natural incidência na prática da escultura, privilegiando o estudo de casos (obras e autores) de incontornável notoriedade, nomeadamente nos aspectos que respeitam à produção dos artefactos em contexto civilizacional (intercultural).


Workshop II - Sculpture


AEII - ECTS

Aprofundar saberes nas práticas da Escultura para a progressiva criação de um universo individual de questionamento e investigação em artes plásticas;
Desenvolver processos e práticas de trabalho sistematizados, gerindo o tempo e os espaços;
Aprofundar conhecimentos nas relações Forma(s)/Espaço(s)/Tempo(s)/Conteúdo(s);
Pesquisar e explorar as potencialidades expressivas das técnicas e dos materiais;
Desenvolver competências teórico-práticas no âmbito da composição na tridimensionalidade e de estruturação conceptual em consonância com os desafios propostos;
Motivar para a importância da memória e da experiência vivencial - do autoconhecimento, predisposição e perceção - no desenvolvimento do projeto artístico;
Desenvolver competências de investigação e capacidade de articulação de diversos saberes, entre o pensar e o agir, concretizando, obtendo resultados e valorizando processos e procedimentos; Demonstrar capacidades criativas e de reflexão crítica e autocrítica.


Art and Space


AE311 - ECTS

Contexto geral da Unidade Curricular

Consolidar e focalizar os conhecimentos já adquiridos pelos alunos nos anos anteriores, no âmbito da escultura, trabalhando especificamente a intervenção no espaço e a construção de volumes/volumetrias a partir do espaço, em consequência de uma prática projectual. Promover o confronto com o espaço enquanto essência da arte, descobrindo as diferenças conceptuais na aplicação e desenvolvimento dos processos projectuais, bem como dos processos técnicos implicados. Estar familiarizado com metodologias e processos de realização da escultura enquanto processo projectual e técnico específico de construção/intervenção de/no espaço, conhecendo os meios, as matérias e as linguagens expressivas envolvidas, denotar disponibilidade para experimentar e inovar tendo capacidade para concretizar os projectos enunciados, potenciando uma linguagem formal individual. Contexto específico da Unidade Curricular. Ser capaz de interpretar e analisar um espaço público de pequena ou média escala e definir as suas características como lugar. Saber utilizar os meios, os processos e os conteúdos leccionados, no desenvolvimento de projectos artísticos endereçados ao lugar, tendo em conta as dimensões físicas, conceptuais, contextuais (implicações de âmbito artístico e de transversalidade disciplinar) e temporais, criando e produzindo trabalhos individuais ou de equipa.


Contemporary Theories of Space


TCE311 - ECTS
Os recentes desenvolvimentos do pensamento contemporâneo valorizam a importância da categoria espaço no entendimento dos processos de conhecimento sejam eles do foro da geografia crítica, da teoria social, do pensamento estético, da arquitectura ou da arte. Nesta perspectiva, e sendo o espaço uma categoria de significação tão abrangente, tanto em termos da crescente espacialização da vida contemporânea, como nas derivações que este fenómeno tem exercido sobre o pensamento e a arte, surge esta unidade curricular centrada na investigação da importância das teorias contemporâneas do espaço e suas conexões com a arte.
O pensamento crítico desenvolvido a partir principalmente da segunda metade do século XX em torno das práticas artísticas que se confrontavam com a espacialidade nos seus modos de produção e de exposição, forma o ponto de partida da unidade curricular, com vista a aprofundar as noções tão frequentemente citadas na prática artística contemporânea de site-specific ou arte contextual. A unidade curricular poderá articular-se com os projectos deste carácter desenvolvidos noutras unidades curriculares teorico-práticas, nomeadamente Atelier e Projecto, de qualquer dos Ramos do Curso de Artes Plásticas.

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