Visualisation of Scenographic Project 1
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|203VSMA1||ZK||3||3 hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 48 to 63 hours of self-study||English||winter|
Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The output of the course is a portfolio or web presentation of the student that includes both school and extracurricular projects
Mode of study
The course of instruction consists of:
- in collective seminars where the student acquires the skills of using the software Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Indesig, SketchUp , 3D Slicer, Fusion .
- in individual consultations presentation of specific projects, which includes portfolio or web presentation. The projects are both school and non-school projects.Min. presentation size 20 pages / 10 projects.
- Introductory lecture - 1 lesson (Nikola Tempír).
- Introduction to 3D printing - 3D Slicer, Fusion (Pavel Morávek) - 2 lessons.
- Introduction to graphic design - Adobe Indesign (Přemysl Zajíček) - 3 lessons.
- Introduction to photography and post-production - Adobe Photoshop (Patrik Borecký) - 3 lessons.
- Introduction to 3D modelling - SketchUp (Karel Čapek) - 3 lessons.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Základní znalosti PC.
The course is highly individualized based on the student's entry level, specific scenographic projects and chosen specialization (theatre scenography, film scenography, costume and mask).
The course aims to improve the student's self-presentation and visualization of scenographic projects for theatre, film or exhibition. The course provides a basic orientation in associated disciplines such as: photography, post-production of photographs and art designs, graphic design, 3D modeling and 3D printing.
Recommended or required reading
Manuals of the above mentioned programs and techniques, professional photographic publications.
BERAN, Vladimír et al. Updated typographic manual. Rev. 6th ed. Prague: Kafka design, 2012. ca. 160 p. in various pagination. ISBN 978-80-260-7606-3.
manuals and tutorials for relevant software
Assessment methods and criteria
The examination date is the same as the deadline of the final presentations of the artistic outputs, where the student submits his/her work in printed form (portfolio) or a web presentation. The final work in electronic form is shared by the student with the teachers within 3 days after the final presentations. The evaluation is done by a committee of all participating teachers. Feedback takes place individually by advance arrangement..
Minimum attendance 70%!!!!!
No schedule has been prepared for this course