Basics of Decorative and Applied Arts Ininterior Design

Major: Environment Design
Code of subject: 6.022.03.E.96
Credits: 4.00
Department: Design and Architecture Fundamentals
Lecturer: Docent, Candidate of Arts (Ph.D.) Motyl Romana Yaroslavivna
Semester: 6 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: ELO1.1. Understand the importance and significance of conducting pre-design research, analyzing analogues of design solutions and be able to use the results obtained in design. ELO1.2. To be able to use regulatory and reference literature in the design of subject-spatial environment. ELO1.4. Apply an integrated artistic and design approach to create a holistic image of the subject-spatial environment. PLO1.6. Create a design of the environment of subject-spatial complexes, buildings and structures and small architectural forms in the landscape. COM1. Ability to communicate, including oral and written communication in Ukrainian and foreign languages (English, German, Italian, French, Spanish); COM2. Ability to use a variety of methods, including modern information technologies, to communicate effectively at professional and social levels A&R1.Ability to adapt to new situations and make appropriate decisions. A&R2. Ability to realize the need for lifelong learning in order to deepen the acquired new professional knowledge. A&R3. Ability to be responsible for the work performed, to make decisions independently, to achieve the goal in compliance with the requirements of professional ethics. A&R4. Ability to popularize the achievements of national and world cultural heritage, as well as to promote manifestations of patriotism, national self-awareness and ethnic and cultural self-identification. A&R5. Ability to form environmental awareness and personal culture, apply environmental principles in life and professional activities. .
Required prior and related subjects: Previous courses: • History of Art and Architecture; • History of Design; • History of Statehood and Culture of Ukraine; Related and following courses: • Interior Design; • Visual Culture of Contemporary Design; • Design of industrial products.
Summary of the subject: Decorative and applied arts are an integral part of the material and spiritual culture of the people and an important component of the artistic education system. The course introduces the main evolutionary milestones and concepts of domestic decorative and applied arts; based on the heritage and traditions of Ukrainian folk art, forms an understanding of beauty, aesthetic taste, a sense of national consciousness. The course aims to provide students with basic knowledge of the theory of decorative and applied arts, starting from the general hierarchy of species, including analytical consideration of tectonic structures of three-dimensional works, as well as decorative and pictorial and plastic composition. Objectives of the course: - theoretical and practical mastering of the main traditional types of decorative and applied arts (ceramics, glass, woodworking, metal, embroidery, weaving, beating, metal, glass, Easter painting, etc.), their technological, typological, compositional and color features; - identification of the principles of shaping products of decorative and applied arts; - study of the system of compositional laws and means of artistic expression of works.
Assessment methods and criteria: Planned learning activities and teaching methods: - Formative assessment (30%): oral questioning, presentations at seminars, evaluation of graphic works. - Summative assessment (70%): examenation, written and oral form.
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