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artcamp / courses 2019

ArtCamp courses are suitable as preparation for entrance exams and studies at art universities but they are also designed for the general public interested in fine arts and design.

Depending on their focus and interest, ArtCamp participants can choose suitable courses and create a personalised schedule of their summer studies at the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art.

Depending on the courses you choose you will be provided with necessary equipment and with basic materials. Before the beginning of your course you will be informed what other materials to bring.

The courses will be held in the studios of the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art (located at the campus of the University of West Bohemia, Univerzitní 28, Pilsen) or in the open air. The courses focused on music composition and choral singing will take place at the Department of Music Culture of the Faculty of Education (Klatovska 51, Pilsen).

Tuition takes place Monday to Friday (musical courses include weekend) usually 8 teaching hours (45 mins each) a day (tuition and individual work):

09 a.m. - 12 p.m. / work
12 p.m. - 01 p.m. / lunch break
01 p.m. - 04 p.m. / work

These times may vary depending on the particular course plan. Most of the courses include home preparation. Some courses include work in the evening (e.g. at cultural events).

Each Friday afternoon (2 – 3 p.m.) a short presentation of the results of work will take place in the studios. After this presentation the successful participants will receive their Certificate of Attendance. In order to receive your certificate, you need to attend your course regularly, work actively and fulfil all given assignments.

Please pay special attention to the language of tuition to see what courses are open to international participants.

Courses marked with * take place in DOX + (Poupětova 3, Prague). These courses do not include any additional services (accommodation, meals must be organized by the participants themselves).

In case the course offers tuition in two languages both of them will be spoken if there is a mixed group of Czech and international participants. Small groups of international participants usually get individual attention in English.

cz - Czech language
en - English language
sk - Slovak language
de - German language

In the following list the courses without indication of level of experience in their title or description are suitable for any level of experience thanks to individual approach to the students and tuition in small groups.

 


ArtCamp 2019 / list of courses

* Marked courses take place in Prague (DOX +)

The courses will take place in the weeks marked with ✓

Click here for annotations of the courses offered only in Czech or Slovak language.

Course Language 8 - 12 July
15 - 19 July
22 - 26 July
Max. no of participants Price

Animated Film cz, en 10 4190 CZK / 175 EUR

Architecture cz ✓  20 3290 CZK / 138 EUR

Art Therapy / guest: Wieslaw Karolak, PL en   ✓  15 3290 CZK / 138 EUR

Arts Management - projects and enterpreneurship
cz  15 3290 CZK / 138 EUR

Automotive Design / guest: Boris Fabris, IT en  20 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Illustration / guest: Ali Boozari, Írán en    10 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Bookbinding cz, en 15 3890 CZK  / 163 EUR

Painting - Mixed Media / guest: Ni Zhiqi, China en  ✓ 15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Ceramic Design / preparation for entrance exams  cz, en  ✓ 15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Comics cz 15 3890 CZK  / 163 EUR

Curate an Exhibition en 15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Comics - Manga / guest: Tomoko Fukushi (Japan) en ✓  15 3890 CZK  / 163 EUR

Design / Prep. for Entrance Exams cz  ✓  15 3890 CZK  / 163 EUR

Digital Painting cz  15 3890 CZK  / 163 EUR

Digital Photography / City Landscape* cz, en 15 3890 CZK  / 163 EUR

Digital Photography / Basics cz  ✓  15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Interior Design* sk ✓  15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Interior Design / Prep. for Entrance Exams cz, sk ✓  15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Introduction to Graphic Techniques cz 10 3690 CZK / 154 EUR

Fashion Accessories Design sk, en ✓  15 4190 CZK / 175 EUR

Drawing* cz, en  ✓ 20 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Figure Drawing / Prep. for Entrance Exams cz, en  full full 15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Graphic Design and Poster cz, de 20 3690 CZK / 154 EUR

Illustration / Prep. for Entrance Exams cz, en full 20 3290 CZK / 138 EUR

Jewellery Design / Jewellery Making Techniques cz ✓  12 4590 CZK / 192 EUR

Light Design cz, en  ✓ 15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Lithography cz, en  ✓ 8 4190 CZK / 175 EUR

Ideal Graphic Brand - Logo and Visual Identity cz, en  ✓ 20 3690 CZK / 154 EUR

Digital Clayanimation / guest: Ali + Mousa Khalkali, Írán cz, en 10 4190 CZK / 175 EUR

Modelling for Designers cz, en ✓  12 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

New Media cz, en ✓       15 3290 CZK / 138 EUR 

New Circus / guest: Eliška Kasprzyk, CZ cz, en  ✓   10  3690 CZK / 154 EUR

Painting cz  full  ✓  10 3690 CZK / 154 EUR

Principles of Contemporary Dance / guest: Kateřina Bednářová, CZ cz, en 20 3290 CZK / 138 EUR

Design and mold making technology cz, en  12 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Science Fiction Design for Film / guest: Chris Rosewarne, GB en  ✓ 15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Serigraphy cz, en  full 8 4190 CZK / 175 EUR

Storyboard / guest: Kurt van der Basch, CAN en 15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR

Video Making cz, en  ✓ 15 3890 CZK / 163 EUR


 

Art Therapy

course leader / prof. Dr. Wieslaw Karolak, W. Strzeminsky Academy of Fine Arts Lodz, Poland
language / English

Adventure and Order in Arttherapy

The course will introduce its participants into the principles and methods in art therapy through a series of practical exercises in various techniques (drawing, painting, collage) and art media (Mandala, The artist’s book, Land art, Upcycling) through the analysis of the creative process and its results. Art therapy will be considered from two perspectives: „art as therapy“ and „art in therapy“. The theoretical background and the practical examples and exercises with the elements of art therapy followed by their analysis will help the participants to understand the principles of this discipline. Based on the creative process and the resulting artwork they will learn how to explore feelings, reconcile emotional conflicts, foster self-awareness, manage behavior and addictions, develop social skills, reduce anxiety and increase self-esteem. This new experience will broaden their perspective, bring new impulses for their own creative work and help their personal growth.

Automotive Design


course leader /  Boris Fabris, Italy
language / English

This is a selective course open to students and graduates of art colleges and universities - applicants will be asked to present their portfolios.
The course led by a professional car designer will introduce the participants into automotive design, its processes and principles. They will explore the designing process and its steps through practical examples, study materials and practical exercises. In connection with the topic of style and function the course will focus on selected cars and their producers as well as news from automotive design based on new materials and technologies.
-    history and principles of automotive design
-    selected major automotive companies – the importance of brand identity and styles that characterize the brand
-    style and function – two inseparable aspects in the designing process
-    complete process of designing a car – all the steps from a sketch to a model and from the model to a real car
-    news in automotive design – eco design, new propulsions, new technologies and materials
-    examples of cars developed for different purposes such as big production, a show (concept cars) or a one-off model
-    practical exercises – developing a car design based on a given topic and specifications, sketches and renderings, model-making
The course is suitable for participants with good drawing skills who are interested in automotive and industrial design. In case you are interested in processing your designs in the computer please bring your own laptop with the Adobe Photoshop program.

Animated film

course leader / MgA. Vojtěch Domlátil
language / Czech, English

During the one-week course, participants will learn about the principles and procedures of creating animated film, and when working in a team they will go through all the professions that are necessary for making an animated film. They will make a script, create puppets and settings, practice the work with lights, do animation and take individual shots. At the end they cut the material and add sound and effects. The work of each team will result in a short animated film.

Design and Mold Making Technology

course leader / doc. MgA. Luděk Míšek
language / Czech, English

The aim of the course is to know the basic principles and information about materials for the production of models such as polyester, epoxy or polyurethane resin. Thanks to demonstrations and practical experiments, the participant will also acquire procedural knowledge of selected technological procedures of modeling and mold making. Subsequently, the participants will practice the casting of models into various types of molds and their subsequent surface treatment. The course will also include a demonstration of soft metal casting - tin.

Monday - introduction to the production technology of plaster, lukapren and silicone molds, casting the model into epoxy, polyurethane resin or soft metals. Beginning of forming, making dividing planes, starting the production of the silicone mold.

Tuesday - Silicone mold finish.

Wednesday - production of sculpture clay model and disposable mold making.

Thursday - casting in gypsum and epoxy, making wax model for casting in soft metals.

Friday- soft metal casting + retouching and casting finish.


Bookbinding

course leader / MgA. Mgr. Petra Soukupová
language / Czech, English

The course will introduce its participants into special bookbinding terminology, materials and tools. According to their individual skills and experience they will work on basic or experimental types of bookbinding including:
•    flat-back case binding
•    various methods of paper decorating
•    preparation of folios and text blocks
•    book cover
•    gluing text blocks into the book cover
Advanced participants are offered to work under individual supervision on their own project resulting in an author´s book.

Illustration / Self-portrait


course leader / Ali Boozari, Írán 
language / English

Working with a renowned Iranian illustrator Ali Boozari, the participants will get familiar with the Iranian artists and illustrators and with current Iranian illustration. They will see examples of Mr. Boozari´s artwork before making their own sketches and illustrations. The topic of the course will be a self-portrait. Using several printmaking techniques (such as linocut, monoprint and monotype) participants will create their illustrations/self-portraits. There will be discussions about the student work every day. The participants will also see examples of Persian painting and miniature.


Digital clay animation

course leader / guest: Ali Khalkali, Mousa Khalkali, Írán
language / English

“Character Design for Digital Claymation”
Students will learn how to:
- Sketch/draw a human character
- Create a clay sculpture based on the designed character
- Photoshoot the character specially for the digital claymation
- Make the character alive (using Adobe Character Animator).

This course is divided in 2 parts, first part is to sketch, design and create a physical character with polymer clay and the second part is to transfer this character into a revolutionary new software which will make this character become alive.

We will try to transfer our knowledge and experience in drawing and designing in our own unique style to the students. We start from a sketch and make a sculpture with polymer clay based on the designed character.

And the we will take these characters into the software and make a 2D digital claymation, which feels like 3D.

Ceramic Design / preparation for entrance exams

course leader / doc. MgA. Gabriel Vach
language / Czech, English

The course provides introduction to work with porcelain, its particularities, specifics and limitations. It is suitable for anybody interested in designing, making and decorating porcelain products, especially for students who want to prepare for their talent entrance exams.

The participants will go through the whole process of creating a new porcelain shape, i.e. from sketch to the final product. They will try the basic techniques of work with porcelain including several decorating techniques.


Comics

course leader / MgA. Marie Kohoutová (cz)
language / Czech


Please note that this course is offered in Czech an German language.

The participants will learn about comics and its history, its basic principles (image frames, text bubbles, relation between image and text, story and its structure) and elements (words, images, the story, the hero, the point). They will also find out what kinds of comics there are and what techniques can be used when telling stories in images.

Using images and text the participants will practice their ability to tell stories, they will test their drawing skills, their memory and fantasy. They will experience teamwork as well as individual work and create a set of comic stories which will be presented at the end of the course (they will bring home not only their original drawings but also printed material featuring their work). They will also see examples of works created by the students and teachers of the Comics and Illustration for Children studio at the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art.

Please bring a short story of your choice written in German and featuring max. 2 - 3 characters.

Comics - manga

course leader / Tomoko Fukushi (Japan)
language / English

The course is open for participants who are interested in Japanes Manga (comics).  First, they will learn about the origin of Japanese Manga, structure of comics, and the relationship between Japanese Manga and contemporary art.  However, the participants will not learn how to draw comics. They will find possibilities of combining  just elements of comics with artwork ( drawings, paintings , or other media).


 

Digital Photography*

course leader / prof. Mgr. Štěpán Grygar
language / Czech, English

Topic / City Landscape

The course led by a renowned Czech photographer aims to develop the creativity of the participants, enhance their skills in conceptual work with photography and their ability to do a critical analysis of their own work and place it in the wider context of contemporary art.
The theoretical part of the course will focus on various approaches of contemporary photography based on visual and conceptual traditions. It will include lectures on contemporary art and photography and also an analysis and evaluation of student portfolios. The analysis of the particular concepts preceding work on a project will enable comparision of various approaches in relation to contemporary photography.
The practical part of the course focusing on the topic of City Landscape will include selection of locations, lighting, compositional and technical approaches corresponding to the character of the particular project. The work will result in a photographic series, a publication or a folding book reflecting the given topic. If necessary, the course will include lessons on technology of processing a digital or analogue image from exponometry to the resulting photography, structure and composition of an image etc. The final photographs will be selected individually, based of the approach chosen for the particular project. From narration, the ability to create a visual story, to conceptual approach, or the effort to suppress visuality and enhance the text part or connection with other media.

 

Fashion Accesories Design

course leader / BcA. Adam Frk
language / Slovak, English

The participants will go through the whole process of designing fashion accessories from initial sketches to the final product. They will get familiar with current trends in the field and they will learn how to work with them. Using this knowledge they will create their own designs – their work will include sketching, model making and creating a small purse or a handbag. We recommend to participants to have basic skills of work with a sewing machine.

-    current trends in fashion design with focus on accessories design, examples of work of renowned designers, studying fashion magazines about fashion shows, fairs, Fashion Weeks etc.

-    introduction to stylized drawing of fashion accessories

-    principles of working with leather, basic technology of sewing and gluing

-    designing a purse/handbag: sketching, model making and creating the final product and its photo documentation

-    creating portfolio and preparation for final presentation


Figure Drawing / preparation for entrance exams

course leader / MgA. Mgr. Pavel Trnka, MgA. Libor Žižka

language / Czech, English

The course focuses on life-size nude model drawing, it helps to develop the shape register and improve the drawing skills of the participants who will be introduced to several drawing techniques. The participants will learn to depict the figure in the right proportions, they will learn the principles of perspective and the basics of anatomy. At the beginning of the course they will learn how to simplify the complex anatomic structure of a figure into geometric shapes as well as the methods of foreshortening. Part of the course will be devoted to drawing of anatomic details and to the role of light and shadow in figure drawing. The participants will be also able to give their own personal artistic touch to the realistic figure drawing.

Drawing supports one´s ability to perceive, it helps to develop one´s thinking and creativity. Therefore this course is strongly recommended as part of preparation for talent entrance exams and university studies of art.

Illustration / preparation for entrance exams

course leader / akad. mal. Renáta Fučíková
language / Czech, English
topic / Didactic and Book Illustration

The course aims primarily at prospective students of illustration at art universities who can use it as preparation for entrance exams.

-    consultation of student portfolios – please bring your portfolio with you
-    principles and rules of illustration, examples of student work, works of Czech and international illustrators
-    lectures and projections followed by discussions:
the role of didactic illustration in current literature for children and youth
the underestimated middle stream in book illustration
individual experience with myth illustration
-    illustration exercises focused on non-fiction literature (history, biology, geography
-    non-fiction comics


Light Design

course leader / MgA. Jan Morávek
language / Czech, English

topic / Solaris / Light and Space

The course focuses on work with light in a given space – the participants will create individual designs of space modellation by light, supplemented with a video, animated or static projection reacting on a given music motive. Then they will make a team and connect the individual works in one final installation. At the end of the course there will be a final presentation of the space re-modelled with light, creating a new illusional dimension which evokes emotions in the spectators.

Lithography

course leader / MgA. Mgr. Bedřich Kocman
language / Czech, English

The course will introduce its participants into the principles and methods of traditional lithography.  Based on their individual skills and level of experience they will create limited editions of experimental prints.

-    history of the field, terminology, tools and materials used in lithography
-    preparation of a lithographic stone - grinding and graining
-    drawing on a lithographic stone
-    possibilities and technologies of printing and lithography registration
-    printing on fabric and other materials
-    printing with lithographic machines and exploring alternative printing methods

The lithography studio at the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art is very unique especially for its focus on traditional methods of printing in a number of formats including extreme size of lithographic stone 90 x 120 cm, various ways of printing without machines, printing on a variety of materials, combination of lithography with serigraphy, photography and other methods. The course participants will be able to include these methods of work in their individual study plan depending on their focus and previous practical experience.


 

Ideal Graphic Brand - Logo and Visual Identity

course leader / doc. MgA. Kristýna Fišerová
language / Czech, English

-    logo, its distinguishing and functional criteria, its semantic and aesthetic role
-    corporate identity and its basic elements (logo, logotype, typography, colours, images, orientation systems)
-    graphic manual and implementation of corporate design

Drawing*

course leader / MgA. Mgr. Pavel Trnka

language / Czech, English

The course focuses on life-size nude model drawing, it helps to develop the shape register and improve the drawing skills of the participants who will be introduced to several drawing techniques. The participants will learn to depict the figure in the right proportions, they will learn the principles of perspective and the basics of anatomy. At the beginning of the course they will learn how to simplify the complex anatomic structure of a figure into geometric shapes as well as the methods of foreshortening. Part of the course will be devoted to drawing of anatomic details and to the role of light and shadow in figure drawing. The participants will be also able to give their own personal artistic touch to the realistic figure drawing.

Drawing supports one´s ability to perceive, it helps to develop one´s thinking and creativity. 

Focus - linear design method of drawing, light and shadow modeling, silhouettes, portrait.
Techniques - pencil, charcoal, brush and ink.


Modeling for Designers

course leader / Mgr. art. Jan Korabečný

language / Czech, Englisch

Participants will learn working with the clay and its use in design, mainly automotive. The participants will learn the basic design and modeling procedures of the designer and modeler work and practice the techniques used in the creation of models while working under the individual guidance of the teacher. Each participant will create a clay work of his own design.

New media

course leader / doc. akad. mal. Vladimír Merta

language / Czech, Englisch

The course is designed for all participants interested in new possibilities and forms of artistic expression. It is especially suitable for those who wish to prepare for their studies of New Media at art schools.
The participants will create their artwork in the interior, in the city and in the nature (the course includes trips around Pilsen and its surroundings). They will document their work for the final presentation and they will create an artist portfolio. 
The course also offers insight in the history and development of fine arts in the 20th and 21st century from the New Media point of view (Conceptual tendencies, Action Art, Land Art, Installation, Electronic media, Environment Art, Information technology etc.).
The participants will learn the basic principles of creating an artwork through practical exercises.
- developing a concept based on a given topic
- choice of a suitable medium
- project (drawing, text)
- realization
- presentation 
- documentation
- assembly of artist portfolio.


Painting - Mixed media

course leader/ guest Ni Zhiqi, China
language / en

topic / Poetic Rebirth

The purpose of the course is mainly for students to use their daily necessities and waste materials to create artworks.

At the beginning of the course, through the introduction and the analysis of the artist's cases, the students will broaden their understanding towards the creative materials, and they will rediscover from a new perspective the "waste" in our daily life and to feel their characteristics. Then they will start their works from the materials, colors, forms to explore the object hood of the material itself. In the common attempt and practice of teachers and students, the students will combine and reshape these objects by injecting their individual artistic ideas to complete the artistic creations in the end, and to renew "waste"’s vitality.

The course aims to develop students' innovative thinking and hands-on ability, to help them to broaden their possibilities in artistic creations and to stimulate their experimentation spirits. They will learn how to deal with the relationship among materials, the impact of colors on the work, and how to use “readymades” and “waste”.

During the course, the teacher will guide the students to process the creation, each student will complete one or a series of works. And their final works will be displayed in the end of the course.

New Circus

course leader / MgA. Eliška Kasprzyk, Žongléros Ansámbl
language / Czech, English

The course is open for physically fit participants who are interested in the possibilities of expression through their own bodies and who would like to get a first hand experience with selected disciplines of new circus.

The course will show the participants how to use their own bodies as artistic tools and it will bring new inspiration for their future creative work. It aims at participants who like to move and it enables them to explore the crossing points of different artistic disciplines. The participants will first try selected disciplines of new circus such as aerial silks, hoops or trapeze acrobatics, couple acrobatics, juggling, hooping and others. While trying out these disciplies they will decide which one they would like to focus on in the second part of the course which will consist in developing a collective performance of all the course participants. This work will enable them to apply their own artistic skills and search for their own ways of expression. They will also get familiar with various techniques of physical theatre, improvisation and stage movement. The course will result in a final public performance.

 


Principles of Contemporary Dance

course leader / MgA. Kateřina Bednářová
language / Czech, English


topic / Dance = space + time + shape + movement

This course is suitable for anybody who likes to move and who would like to discover new possibilities of movement through the techniques of contemporary dance.

The technique of contemporary dance employs the knowledge of human body and its functions based on scientific research (anatomy, physiology, kineziology, biomechanics) and on the body-mind awareness systems. It also uses some of the new principles based on the American postmodern experimental dance from the 60s and 70s. Some of those principles are used in modern dance as well. However, there is a shift of perception of some of them, especially of the need for an effective functioning of a humand body in movement.

The course will introduce its participants into the basic dance principles and possibilities of expression through  the art of dancing. Through improvising exercises they will become aware of their bodies, they will test their physical possibilities and improve their technical capability. At the same time, they will find and develop  their own ways of expression through movement.

The course will result in dance compositions based on improvisations on given topics focused on the basic principles of contemporary dance. There will be a public performance at the end of the course.

Science fiction design for film

course leader / Chris Rosewarne, Great Britain

language /  English

Emmy nominated film industry concept artist Chris Rosewarne will demonstrate his
workflow used in recent projects such as “Star Wars VIII”, “Spectre” and
“Guardians Of The Galaxy”. Participants will learn how to rapidly create a bold
design in Photoshop before moving into a 3D modelling program to build and
render, then covering techniques in Photoshop to create a cinematic presentation
visual. Chris specialises in sci-fi mechanical/robotics as well as architectural
environment design, participants will choose one of the two to focus on in the
course, the goal being to generate a stunning cinematic visual that is used in film
production environments.
- sketching techniques
- Photoshop drawing and painting techniques
- orthogonal designing for speed
- 3D modeling in SketchUp (or any software the student prefers to use)
- rendering in Keyshot (or any software the student prefers to use)
- using photo textures in Photoshop
- the use of cinematic lighting to enhance drama
- digital painting techniques
The participants should have at least basic knowledge of Photoshop, previous experience with 3D modelling will be useful too. They will bring their own laptops with Photoshop ( + mouse or tablet) and  SketchUp or SketchUp Make program (download: http://www.sketchup.com/download/all), or any other program they prefer to use. There is a PC lab available with the Adobe software.


Serigraphy

course leader / MgA. Mgr. Bedřich Kocman

language / Czech, English

The course is designed for participants who wish to gain or enhance their experince with different methods of printing through a stencil.

The participants will learn the basic division of graphic disciplines. We will talk about the characteristics of serigraphy and screen printing compared to other graphic technologies and we will explore in detail the basic principles of printing through a screen. The participants will be introduced to various tools and materials used in serigraphy as well as different printing techniques and they will be able to try everything in practice. The aim of this course is to enable the participants to experience the widest possible spectrum of technological processes from the very simplest ones to the technologically demanding ones.

Through this practical experience the participants will get to know different ways of graphic expression in the field of serigraphy.



Storyboard

course leader / Kurt van der Basch, Canada
language / English

Led by an experienced film artist who has drawn storyboards and concept art for numerous Hollywood movies such as Star Wars ep VII, Cloud Atlas, and the Illustionist. Participants will learn the basics of film storyboarding by examining existing storyboard sequences and film clips and with practical drawing exercises based on script segments. These principles are applicable in various fields of art, such as film production, advertising, animation, comics production,  etc. The participants will also develop their production drawing skills and the ability to express ideas and moods with fast, clear drawing techniques.

The course will cover:
- storyboard principles and terminology including the basic kinds of shots
- how shot choices and camera angles/movement can cause different emotional reactions to the viewers
- practical examples, analysis of film sequences, discussions
- tranformation of a written script into a storyboard
- the creation of a shot list, chronology of a story, working with the scenes and characters
- drawing and illustration for production:
          - creating a ground plan (pudorys) to explain camera locations
          - drawing with minimal reference
          - quick  head and figure drawing
          - various kinds of perspective
          - image composition for creating mood

Participants are encouraged to bring script samples written themselves (or others) to be used in the course.


Video Making

course leader / MgA. Lukáš Kellner
language / Czech, English


topic / Video and videoart

The particpants of this course should have at least basic knowledge of operating a camera/DLSR device and working with video editing programs.

-    introduction into video making – different approaches to shooting a video, video making methods, video editing programs
-    theoretical and practical introduction to the film making equipment
-    working in teams on practical assignments – each member of the team tries different disciplines connected to the fil making proces (direction, camera, sound, editing, script and working in front of the camera)
-    free video / videoart, report, interview, event
-    introduction into advanced video editing methods – efects keyframes / coloration / adobe dynamic link
-    editing, export and presentation of the resulting videos

 

Curate en Exhibitions (in three days)

course leader / MgA. Jan Van Woensel
language /English

The activity of the artist is nowadays more and more interwoven with the activity of the curator. The questions that this course puts forward are; how do I present my artwork, how does the presentation of my artwork change the experience of the audience with the artwork, how does my artwork function in a group exhibition? In this intensive course you will learn first hand the skills of contemporary curatorial practice.

You will learn from professional curator Jan Van Woensel (BE) whom has more than fifteen years of experience making exhibitions internationally. The course leader will introduce you to free curatorship which proves to find its origin in artistic movements of the 1960's. The course pays attention to the artistic aspects of making an exhibition. The course motivates the participants to critically think and talk about (their) artwork. The course is a fast-paced and hands-on experience. We start with an empty space and no concept. In group we evolve to the curation and the opening of an exhibition that includes the artwork of the course participants.

We come up with an idea, a title, a short introduction text, a flyer, online promotion, and we organize an official opening event.

Be part of this intensive course to learn more about the process of exhibition making, which is a major part of each artist's career.


 

 

 

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