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Name of lecturer(s)
Martin BLAŽÍČEK, David KOŘÍNEK, Marie LUKÁČOVÁ, Eric ROSENZVEIG
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The workshop aim is the students' individual creative work through partial tasks, their review and review of supplementary experience.
Mode of study
Artist's workshop, classes
Prerequisites and co-requisites
The workshop is a commual space for studnets of the bachelor's and master's levels. It is a space for discussion, group considerations and review of creative activity of individual students. Their character and level determine the input of students which take part in it. The workshop program and work schedule is generated at the beginning of the year through a communal agreement of all participants who are, along with the workshop coordinator, tutors who guide the summary exercise of individual students and take part in the workshop content.
This is a common space for student of the bachelor and master's studies. It is a space for discussions, group considerations and reflections upon the creative activity of individual students, their character. Their level is defined by the presentation of particular students who all take part in the workshop together. The program and work schedule in the workshop is generated at the beginning of the year with the participation of all participants, who are, along with the workshop coordinator, tutors who perform year-end exercises of individual students and who also take part in the workshop content.
Recommended or required reading
The open collection of literature to be worked with will be determined at the beginning of the academic year in the creation of the workshop content.
Assessment methods and criteria
Credit is awarded based on participation and completion of tasks which are, at the end, reviewed and assesed as a group.
In the school structure the institute of the workshop plays a vital role at the crossroads of theory and practice. This particular type of course is intendended to develop individual talent and its primary aim is artistic and reflective work on students tasks.
Schedule for winter semester 2019/2020:
The schedule has not yet been prepared
Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:
Room No. 428
Room No. 423