Department Assembly 4

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
307EDA4 credit 1 16 exercise hours (45 min) of instruction per semester, 13 to 18 hours of self-study English winter

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The departmental camp is a unique intensive meeting of students across years, studios, bachelor and master programmes, common to both Czech and English language programmes, where all internal and most external teachers are present. The content of the camp consists of profile presentations of the most recent projects and phases of work of all students, extended presentations of the courses offered with the possibility of individual consultations, presentations of teachers with examples of their work, practical demonstrations of upcoming workshops and practical courses, team-building activities, etc.

Schedule First day

Morning - arrival, accommodation, lunch together

Afternoon - presentation of students' work - about ten minutes each

Evening - continuation of presentation of students' work, team-building activities, games

Second day

Morning - presentation of the content and upcoming programme of each specialised studio

Afternoon - Presentation of the content of other courses and workshops, individual or group consultations with teachers Evening - Continuation of the presentation of student projects, team-building activities, games

Third day

Morning - Joint exercise - archetypes and their analysis, completion of student project presentations

Afternoon - Handover of the building and departure

Learning outcomes

The student knows the basic principles of public presentation of his/her own work. The student knows the creative focus of other students and perceives the possibilities of possible collaboration with other students.

Prerequisites and other requirements

author's portfolio for 10-minute presentation of own work


Bourriaud, Nicolas. Postproduction: culture as script: how art reprograms the contemporary world. Prague: Tranzit, 2004.

Elkins, James. Art Critiques: A Guide. 3rd definitive edition. Washington, DC: New Academia Pub, 2014.

Evaluation methods and criteria

Active participation in the camp and completion of partial tasks, especially presentation of own work to teachers and other students of the study programme. Participation and presentation are assessed.



Further information

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans