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Drawing 1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA59 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 7

Professor: Anđelka Bojović, Mileta Prodanović, Dimitrije Pecić, Gordan Nikolić, Radomir Knežević, Dobrica Bisenić, Darja Kačić, Vesna Knežević

Description:
This drawing course covers wide range of considerations of drawing as a form of expression. The objective is to enhance students' awareness of and skill with technique, materials, composition and aesthetics. On master level students continue the process started on the undergraduate studies, with strong support of their chosen mentors.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is to accelerate drawing skills and to advance the individual poetics of each student.


Entry requirements: Enrolled master studies in painting, sculpture or graphics

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Drawing 2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA60 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 7

Professor: Anđelka Bojović, Mileta Prodanović, Dimitrije Pecić, Gordan Nikolić, Radomir Knežević, Dobrica Bisenić, Darja Kačić, Vesna Knežević

Description:
This drawing course covers wide range of considerations of drawing as a form of expression. The objective is to enhance students' awareness of and skill with technique, materials, composition and aesthetics. On master level students continue the process started on the undergraduate studies, with strong support of their chosen mentors.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is to accelerate drawing skills and to advance the individual poetics of each student.


Entry requirements: Enroled master studies in painting, sculpture or graphics

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




History of South Slavic Modern & Contemporary Art and Culture

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD09 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Nikola Šuica

Description:
The course raises the awareness of some specific positions in visual arts in the cultural framework of South Slavic and Serbian culture. The issues of aesthetics, style and historical relations are analyzed and documented in corresponding and challenging contemporary accounts. It is possible to carry out an interdisciplinary examination of gathered details.

Learning outcomes:
The themes provide a challenging set of artistic examples and heritage, with a parallel being drawn with the key concepts of European modern art, in relation to societies, historical events, global politics and changes up to the present time.


Entry requirements: Knowledge of modern art history and cultural issues within historical overviews

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Painting 1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA40 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 14

Professor: Anđelka Bojović, Mileta Prodanović, Dimitrije Pecić, Gordan Nikolić, Radomir Knežević, Dobrica Bisenić, Darja Kačić,

Description:
Allowing graduate students to develop their strengths pertaining to their own aesthetic and choices of materials, this course also enables them to work toward an advanced cohesive body of work. Students choose to work in the studio of one of the supervisors. An individual contact between a professor and a student and strong individual approach are basis of the instruction.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is advancement of students’ painting skills and to further development their individual poetics.


Entry requirements: Enrolled master studies in painting, sculpture or graphics

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Painting 2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA41 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 14

Professor: Anđelka Bojović, Mileta Prodanović, Dimitrije Pecić, Gordan Nikolić, Radomir Knežević, Dobrica Bisenić, Darja Kačić,

Description:
Allowing graduate students to develop their strengths pertaining to their own aesthetic and choices of materials, this course also enables them to work toward an advanced cohesive body of work. Students choose to work in the studio of one of the supervisors. An individual contact between a professor and a student and strong individual approach are basis of the instruction.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is advancement of students’ painting skills and to further development their individual poetics.


Entry requirements: Enrolled master studies in painting, sculpture or graphics

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Printmaking and Drawing 1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB83 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 15

Professor: Žarko Smiljanić, Miodrag Mlađović, Dragan Momirov, Katarina Zarić, Aleksandar Mladenović, Vladimir Veljašević, Adam Pantić, Vladimir Milanović

Description:
This course is focused on further developing individual visual articulation. Special emphasis is accorded to further mastering all printmaking techniques and to building a professional attitude towards the material and technology. Each student chooses the medium that best suits his or her visual expression, and produces a complex project.

Learning outcomes:
Forming a professionally creative and socially responsible personality, with good visual and technical knowledge, capable of teamwork and ready to independently step into the contemporary art world.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Sculpture 1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC42 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Mrđan Bajić, Radoš Antonijević

Description:
Students develop their potential for perception and the observation of form through different tasks, in order to elaborate and make complex real size figure forms, modelled in clay. Students build on their previous experience by understanding shape dimensions, character and spatial organization, thus becoming capable of creative interpretation of the observed forms. Parallel individual tasks open up the field of their own individual research.

Learning outcomes:
Building on their previous education by acquiring advanced knowledge through self-reflection and the recognition of their skills, students are able to identify the field of their personal stylistic approach and future development.


Entry requirements: Solid experience in sculpture practice

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sculpture 2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC43 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Mrđan Bajić, Radoš Antonijević

Description:
Students develop their potential for perception and the observation of form through different tasks, in order to elaborate and make complex real size figure forms, modelled in clay. Students build on their previous experience by understanding shape dimensions, character and spatial organization, thus becoming capable of creative interpretation of the observed forms. Parallel individual tasks open up the field of their own individual research.

Learning outcomes:
Building on their previous education by acquiring advanced knowledge through self-reflection and the recognition of their skills, students are able to identify the field of their personal stylistic approach and future development.


Entry requirements: Solid experience in sculpture practice

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sculpture in Wood 1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: IB5/1B | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Dušan Petrović

Description:
Students gradually move from smaller to larger formats in plastic and relief sculptures. Students are acquainted with the possibilities of fitting the sculpture into the wood mass and forming a wood block by gluing several wooden pieces. Students significantly broaden their knowledge of different kinds of wood, their technical properties, including their knowledge of the very being of wood, as perceived in today’s world of modern sculpture. Examples from the history of art are analyzed. Enhanced technical skill in handling tools is also required. Students learn how to apply electrical tools and wood processing machines. Students are warned against dangers of injury and instructed how to properly handle the tools, as well as to use protective equipment in their work. Students learn about the final processing of a wooden surface, possibility of colouring, impregnation and wood protection. The final rigging of the work and its presentation.

Learning outcomes:
Advanced woodworking skills


Entry requirements: Experience in wood-working

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sculpture in Wood 2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: IB5/2B | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Dušan Petrović

Description:
Students gradually move from smaller to larger formats in plastic and relief sculptures. Students are acquainted with the possibilities of fitting the sculpture into the wood mass and forming a wood block by gluing several wooden pieces. Students significantly broaden their knowledge of different kinds of wood, their technical properties, including their knowledge of the very being of wood, as perceived in today’s world of modern sculpture.
Examples from the history of art are analyzed. Enhanced technical skill in handling tools is also required. Students learn how to apply electrical tools and wood processing machines. Students are warned against dangers of injury and instructed how to properly handle the tools, as well as to use protective equipment in their work. Students learn about the final processing of a wooden surface, possibility of colouring, impregnation and wood protection. The final rigging of the work and its presentation.

Learning outcomes:
Advanced woodworking skills.


Entry requirements: Experience in wood-working

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Stonecutting 1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: IB5/1B | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Đorđe Čpajak

Description:
On the master level Sculpture in stone is an elective subject.
Students are welcome to execute sculptures in their own way and to freely choose the theme and format of work.


Learning outcomes:
Advanced stonecutting skills


Entry requirements: Experience in stonecutting

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Stonecutting 2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: IB5/2B | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Đorđe Čpajak

Description:
On the master level Sculpture in stone is an elective subject.
Students are welcome to execute sculptures in their own way and to freely choose the theme and format of work.


Learning outcomes:
Advanced stonecutting skills


Entry requirements: Experience in stonecutting

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Technology of New Media 1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE25 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Aleksandra Jovanić

Description:
This tutorial seminar provides theoretical understanding and hands-on experience in creative coding and procedurality, using Processing PDE.

Learning outcomes:
Understanding the conceptual and methodological aspects of creative coding and procedurality.


Entry requirements: BA degree in new media art, digital art or related field. Basic experience in creative coding.

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Technology of New Media 2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE26 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Aleksandra Jovanić

Description:
This tutorial seminar provides theoretical understanding and hands-on experience in computer-controlled interactivity, physical computing and physical interaction using Processing, Arduino and external devices.

Learning outcomes:
Understanding the conceptual and methodological aspects of computer-controlled interactivity, physical computing and physical interaction.


Entry requirements: BA degree in new media art, digital art or related field. Intermediate experience in creative coding and physical computing.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Theories and Poetics of Modern and Contemporary Arts

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD21 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Nikola Šuica

Description:
The courses represent an emerging field of inquiry. They take an interdisciplinary approach, addressing social and psychological issues within visual arts and cultural history. A range of theoretical perspectives relate to diverse artistic practises and representations in contemporary arts and culture. The courses examine the origin of processes, effects and relations.

Learning outcomes:
The course provides an opportunity to intersect and recognise the depth of visual arts in the theoretical framework of politics, gender, crisis, technology and redefinitions of art in the most recent outcomes.


Entry requirements: Knowledge of modern art history and the aspects of contemporary culture

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Theories and Poetics of Modern and Contemporary Arts

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD22 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Nikola Šuica

Description:
Lectures include the course previously chosen by students, applying an analytical perspective of presentation: Dissent in Contemporary Arts and Performance; Temporalities and Visual Arts; Transitory Ideologies of Modernism; Representations of Holocaust in Arts and Culture.

Learning outcomes:
The themes of each chosen course provide a challenging set of artistic examples and heritage, with parallel being drawn with the key concepts of European modern art, in relation to societies, historical events, global politics and changes up to the present time.


Entry requirements: Knowledge of modern art history and cultural issues within historical overviews.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Transmedia Research 1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE09 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 11

Professor: Dejan Grba, Zoran Todorovic

Description:
The course provides a mentored education in new media art production combined with gaining an active insight into the conceptual, technological, theoretical, cultural and political features of new media art. It emphasizes the integration of multidisciplinary research with technical mastery for the creation of inventive, innovative and socially relevant artwork.

Learning outcomes:
The course motivates an active engagement and development of conceptual thinking, technical skills, technological understanding and theoretical knowledge, critical discourse and professional responsibility.


Entry requirements: BA degree in new media art, digital art or related field

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Transmedia Research 2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE10 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 11

Professor: Dejan Grba, Zoran Todorovic

Description:
The course provides a mentored education in new media art production combined with gaining an active insight into the conceptual, technological, theoretical, cultural and political features of new media art. It emphasizes the integration of multidisciplinary research with technical mastery for the creation of inventive, innovative and socially relevant artwork.

Learning outcomes:
The course motivates an active engagement and development of conceptual thinking, technical skills, technological understanding and theoretical knowledge, critical discourse and professional responsibility.


Entry requirements: BA degree in new media art, digital art or related field

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Wall Painting – Mosaic 1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: UIB/1A | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Zoran Graovac, Snežana Jovčić Olđa, Goran Jović

Description:
The curriculum of this course is focused on acquiring theoretical knowledge of the techniques of wall painting, fresco and secco painting, as well as complete practical, artistic and technological knowledge of mosaic making techniques, using natural stone and applying the indirect method.

Learning outcomes:
Upon completing this course, students are fully trained to execute their or other people’s works in the mosaic technique, independently or with a group of authors, to execute a mosaic or a wall painting indoors and outdoors, and to carry out the complex tasks of executing wall paintings of larger formats.


Entry requirements: Enrolled master studies in painting, sculpture or graphics

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Wall Painting – Mosaic 2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: UIB/2A | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Zoran Graovac, Snežana Jovčić Olđa, Goran Jović

Description:
The curriculum of this course is focused on acquiring theoretical knowledge of the techniques of wall painting, fresco and secco painting, as well as complete practical, artistic and technological knowledge of mosaic making techniques, using natural stone and applying the indirect method.

Learning outcomes:
Upon completing this course, students are fully trained to execute their or other people’s works in the mosaic technique, independently or with a group of authors, to execute a mosaic or a wall painting indoors and outdoors, and to carry out the complex tasks of executing wall paintings of larger formats.


Entry requirements: Enrolled master studies in painting, sculpture or graphics

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Writing Academic Papers (Technique of Writing Academic Paper)

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: 000 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 00

Professor: Saša Radojčić

Description:
The course is focused on learning standard methods and procedures for writing academic papers and using common tools in this process. Students have to write at least one review article regarding a book about art.

Learning outcomes:
After the course students would have general knowledge of the aims and techniques of academic writing.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4