Internship According to the Bachelor's Thesis

Major: Fine Arts, Decorative Art, Restoration
Code of subject: 6.023.00.O.88
Credits: 4.50
Department: Restoration of Architectural and Artistic Heritage
Lecturer: prof,, __________________ Rybchynskyj O.V. assoc. prof, Ph.D., __________________ Melnyk V.A.
Semester: 8 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: As a result of undergraduate practice, the student must demonstrate the following learning outcomes: • Select the object of restoration and conduct its historical and artistic research; • Carry out comprehensive technological research of the facility, develop a plan of conservation, restoration and reconstruction measures; • As a result of the research, to carry out trial conservation, restoration and reconstruction measures in order to develop the technology that will be used in the thesis; • Execute a report in the form of a restoration passport. 2.3. The study of the discipline involves the formation and development of students' competencies: integrated: • Ability to solve complex specialized tasks on the formation and application of methods and technology of restoration of works of art; ability to solve complex practical and design problems of restoration activities during training; ability to use information and computer technology. general: • Ability to own fixed assets, methods and methods of obtaining, storing, processing information from various sources; • Ability to find organizational and managerial solutions and be ready to take responsibility for them, have the skills of professional communication, interaction with other people, the ability to work in groups; • Ability to self-study, self-improvement and continuation of professional development, the ability to generate new ideas and rationally organize their own activities and effectively manage their own time; professional: • Ability to determine the required amount of research required for the restoration of works of art and the ability to involve related professionals and laboratories in this work; • Ability to determine the amount of work required for the restoration of works of art and to determine the time frame for this work; The learning outcomes of this discipline detail the following program learning outcomes: • Knowledge of methods of analysis and processing of information from various sources; • Knowledge of the stages of research of a work of art, the content and procedure for their use; • Knowledge of the main technological processes used in the restoration of works of art, taking into account their purpose and conditions of use and the requirements of applicable law; • Be able to practically perform the restoration of works of art, and critically evaluate the results of activities and reasonably defend the decisions made; • Ability to use a variety of methods, including modern information technology, for effective communication at the professional and social levels; • Ability to be responsible in the work performed, to make decisions independently, to achieve the goal in compliance with the requirements of professional ethics
Required prior and related subjects: Prerequisite: History of art and architecture, Restorative materials science, Historical techniques and technologies of processing materials of works of art Co-requisite:History of restoration by profession, Restoration of sculpture and architectural details from stone, Scientific methods and techniques of restoration of works of art from stone
Summary of the subject: The course "Practice on the topic of bachelor's thesis" is based on the following sections: 1. Definition of individual tasks for graduates. 2. Selection of the object and formulation of the thesis topic. 3. Elaboration of the concept of restoration of the chosen monument. 4. Field survey of the selected object of restoration, implementation of measurements, sampling for chemical and technological research, historical research of the monument. 5. Implementation of trial conservation, restoration and reconstruction activities in order to work out the technology of works. 6. Execution of the report in the form of a restoration passport. The study of the discipline is a consistent theoretical presentation with parallel practical classes.
Assessment methods and criteria: Protection of independent works in the form of a restoration passport The total number of points is 100
Recommended books: 1. Voloshynets V.A., Bevz M.V. Restavratsiine materialoznavstvo. Lviv. 2017. – 128 s. 2. Prybieha L.V. Osnovы metodyky yssledovanyia pamiatnykov arkhytekturы. Uchebnoe posobye. – Kyev, 1988. – 59 s. 3. Prybieha L.V. Metodyka okhorony ta restavratsii pamiatok narodnoho zodchestva Ukrainy. – Kyiv, 1997. – 143 s. 4. Dick Parry. Niezwtkla technika starozytnosci – Amber, Warszawa 2006 – 283 p. 5. Sculpture. From Antiquity to Present Day – Taschen, 2006 – 1152 p.