VA220 Painting I

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Course Code Course Title Weekly Hours* ECTS Weekly Class Schedule
T P
VA220 Painting I 0 3 6 Tu 13-15.50
Prerequisite Junior Standing It is a prerequisite to
Lecturer Meliha Teparic Office Hours / Room / Phone
Monday:
13:00-15:00
Tuesday:
9:00-12:00
B F2.7A
E-mail mteparic@ius.edu.ba
Assistant Assistant E-mail
Course Objectives This course explores the process of painting an artwork and creative process from the beginning. Special attention is paid to the process of creating an artwork, techniques that are used in that process, and basic elements of composition, color, and other elements of painting technology. Essential part of this course is understanding of painting technology, and implementation of it in practical work. Throughout practical work students will be able to develop their artistic skills which include setting the composition, drawing, use of various painting materials, and also exhibition and museum visiting in order for better understanding and knowledge expanding.
Textbook Enstice, Wayne & Peters, Melody. Drawing - Space, Form and Expression, 3rd Edition, Pearson, 2003. Goldstein, Nathan. Design and Composition, Prentice Hall, 1989.
Learning Outcomes After successful  completion of the course, the student will be able to:
    Teaching Methods Tutoring the whole process of work, midterm work submission, final exam, debates, field trips, individual assignments and group assignments, examples from personal work, examples from history of art.
    WEEK TOPIC REFERENCE
    Week 1 Introduction to the course, policies and course material, preparations. FAQ, Course manual
    Week 2 PROJECT 1: (still life - ton value painting) sketching and drawing a composition Enstice&Peters, 146-167. Goldstein, 87-104.
    Week 3 PROJECT 1: (still life - ton value painting) painting Enstice&Peters, 146-167. Goldstein, 87-104.
    Week 4 PROJECT 1: (still life - ton value painting) finalising the project Enstice&Peters, 146-167. Goldstein, 87-104.
    Week 5 PROJECT 2: (copy of an old master painting) preparation and sketching Examples from art history
    Week 6 PROJECT 2: (copy of an old master painting) painting Examples from art history
    Week 7 PROJECT 2: (copy of an old master painting) finalising the project Examples from art history
    Week 8 MIDTERM EXAM - works submission
    Week 9 PROJECT 3: (still life - full color palette) - sketching and drawing a composition Enstice&Peters, 217-230. Goldstein, 167-178.
    Week 10 PROJECT 3: (still life - full color palette) - painting Enstice&Peters, 217-230. Goldstein, 167-178.
    Week 11 PROJECT 3: (still life - tonal painting) - finalising the project Enstice&Peters, 217-230. Goldstein, 167-178.
    Week 12 PROJECT 4 - (landscape) sketching and drawing a composition Examples from art history; Goldstein, 125-150.
    Week 13 PROJECT 4 - (landscape) painting Examples from art history; Goldstein, 125-150.
    Week 14 PROJECT 4 - (landscape) finalising the project Examples from art history; Goldstein, 125-150.
    Week 15 Submisssion of the works - in class discussion
    Assessment Methods and Criteria Evaluation Tool Quantity Weight Alignment with LOs
    Final Exam 1 40
    Semester Evaluation Compenents
    Midterm exam 1 40
    Sketchbook 4 20
    ***     ECTS Credit Calculation     ***
     Activity Hours Weeks Student Workload Hours Activity Hours Weeks Student Workload Hours
    Lecture hours 3 14 42 Midterm exam study 3 1 3
    Assignments 4 14 56 Assignments 4 14 56
    Studio and production work 4 14 56
            Total Workload Hours = 150
    *T= Teaching, P= Practice ECTS Credit = 6
    Course Academic Quality Assurance: Semester Student Survey Last Update Date: 19/03/2020
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