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Art as a Problem of Philosophy

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD23 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Saša Radojčić

Description:
The course is focused on the predominant conceptual articulation of art and its change throughout the history of (western) thought. To obtain an understanding of philosophical approach to art, students have to analyze some basic concepts like techne, mimesis, beauty, value, creation, reception, aesthetical autonomy, world of arts, etc.

Learning outcomes:
After the course students would have the knowledge of the basic concepts of the philosophy of art and could apply their knowledge regarding the question of arts in the historical context.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of the history of philosophy and the history of art.

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Art History from Prehistory to the End of the Antique – examples and phenomena

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Aleksandra Kučeković

Description:
This course presents the most significant examples and phenomena in the visual arts from the early prehistoric development up to the end of the classical antiquity. Students are encouraged to perceive and understand this vast historical period through its broad and changing cultural spectrums. Special emphasis is put upon understanding the concept of „art“ in diverse cultures and epochs. The problems of its applicability in prehistory and early history, and its emergence and development in the antique are particularly studied.

Learning outcomes:
Students are expected to be able to recognize the impact of the period in question on later developments in European culture and arts.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of art history

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Between East and West – Serbian Art of the Middle Ages

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Aleksandra Kučeković

Description:
The course introduces and interprets the fundamental developmental and ideological context of arts in the lands inhabited by Serbs in the Middle Ages. The broader historical, religious and cultural context of the Balkans is also explored, with special attention paid to the impact of the cultural exchange between East and West.

Learning outcomes:
Proceeding from recently established scientific facts, students are encouraged to understand and contextualize artefacts of the “glorious” national past and visual culture of the Serbian medieval states. Students should be able to recognize historical and functional aspects of medieval arts in the specific territory of the medieval Serbia, and to understand its visual culture as a result of an intensive and ongoing East-West exchange.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of medieval art history

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Digital Printmaking 4/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB77 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Vladimir Milanović

Description:
This course explores the use of new technologies in the wide range of expressive possibilities of modern graphics and printmaking. The course is based on developing ideas and defining concepts, creating images in a digital medium, on the final production (printed or screen images) and the presentation of the produced work.

Learning outcomes:
Students are able to use computer programmes for raster graphics (Adobe Photoshop) and vector graphics (Adobe Illustrator), using a scanned photo or other materials, processing the source material according to specific requirements. The basic knowledge of pre-press and digital printing process.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Digital Printmaking 4/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB78 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Vladimir Milanović

Description:
This course explores the use of new technologies in the wide range of expressive possibilities of modern graphics and printmaking. The course is based on developing ideas and defining concepts, creating images in a digital medium, on the final production (printed or screen images) and the presentation of the produced work.

Learning outcomes:
Students are able to use computer programmes for raster graphics (Adobe Photoshop) and vector graphics (Adobe Illustrator), using a scanned photo or other materials, processing the source material according to specific requirements. The basic knowledge of pre-press and digital printing process.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Discursive Practices in Art and Media 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE32 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Bojana Matejić

Description:
Relations and reflections between contemporary art and art theory. Art in the context of poly-genre writings and texts of culture.

Learning outcomes:
Systematic integration of theoretical studies and creative research with art practice.


Entry requirements: Basic to intermediary experience in new media art theory

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Discursive Practices in Art and Media 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE32 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Bojana Matejić

Description:
Models and theories of performative arts in the art studies, theories of culture, media and performance.

Learning outcomes:
Systematic integration of theoretical studies and creative research with art practice.


Entry requirements: Basic to intermediary experience in new media art theory

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Discursive Practices in Art and Media 4/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE33 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Bojana Matejić

Description:
Relations between art and politics. Positions, functions and roles of the arts in various political and economic contexts.

Learning outcomes:
Systematic integration of theoretical studies and creative research with art practice.


Entry requirements: Intermediary experience in new media art theory

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Discursive Practices in Art and Media 4/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE34 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Bojana Matejić

Description:
Criticism of the text-based media theory. Cognitive sciences and contemporary art.

Learning outcomes:
Systematic integration of theoretical studies and creative research with art practice.


Entry requirements: Intermediary experience in new media art theory

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Drawing 1/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC44 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Dragana Ilić, Zdravko Joksimović

Description:
The objective of this course is to assist students in understanding the basic principles of the study approach to the problem of drawing. Students use large formats and draw by nature (human figure).

Learning outcomes:
Students are qualified to execute large-format drawings of the human figure, character, body positions, gestures and proportions.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Drawing 1/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC45 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Dragana Ilić, Zdravko Joksimović

Description:
Students use large formats and draw by nature (human figure); they are introduced to space representation in the paper format. During the drawing exercises students learn about brightness, contrast, textures, proportions, etc. in academic drawing.

Learning outcomes:
Students are qualified to execute large-format drawings of the human figure in proportion and space, and to apply the basic drawing techniques.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Drawing 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA55 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 7

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

Description:
Drawing is the second important subject at the Painting Department. Students can select a professor. Drawing as a subject in the third and fourth year of studies is the continuation of the process started in the first years of studies. It is absolutely open for all poetics and drawing techniques. The teaching approach is individual/ mentorial. Live models are available in the studio.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is to develop skills in the field of painting and to advance the individual poetics of each student.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Drawing 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA56 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 7

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

Description:
Drawing is the second important subject at the Painting Department. Students can select a professor. Drawing as a subject in the third and fourth year of studies is the continuation of the process started in the first years of studies. It is absolutely open for all poetics and drawing techniques. The teaching approach is individual/ mentorial. Live models are available in the studio.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is to develop skills in the field of painting and to advance the individual poetics of each student.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Drawing 4/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA57 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 7

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

Description:
Drawing is the second important subject at the Painting Department. Students can select a professor. Drawing as a subject in the third and fourth year of studies is the continuation of the process started in the first years of studies. It is absolutely open for all poetics and drawing techniques. The teaching approach is individual/ mentorial. Live models are available in the studio.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is to develop skills in the field of painting and to advance the individual poetics of each student.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Drawing 4/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA58 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 7

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

Description:
Drawing is the second important subject at the Painting Department. Students can select a professor. Drawing as a subject in the third and fourth year of studies is the continuation of the process started in the first years of studies. It is absolutely open for all poetics and drawing techniques. The teaching approach is individual/ mentorial. Live models are available in the studio.

Learning outcomes:
Drawing is the second important subject at the Painting Department. Students can select a professor. Drawing as a subject in the third and fourth year of studies is the continuation of the process started in the first years of studies. It is absolutely open for all poetics and drawing techniques. The teaching approach is individual/ mentorial. Live models are available in the studio.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Drawing From Live Models 2/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Biljana Đurdjević, Milan Antić

Description:
Students are encouraged to cultivate their capacity to transform sensation into drawing. Each class session is devoted to a single drawing. The model keeps the same pose so that students can adjust and improve their drawing. Drawings are executed on smaller size papers, predominantly in pen and ink; students are instructed to enhance their discipline by balancing between what they are observing and what they are drawing, predominantly using line as a manner of expression.

Learning outcomes:
Learning how to discipline oneself and to maintain concentration when conveying one’s thoughts onto paper.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Drawing From Live Models 2/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Biljana Đurdjević, Milan Antić

Description:
Students are encouraged to cultivate their capacity to transform sensation into drawing. Each class session is devoted to a single drawing. The model keeps the same pose so that students can adjust and improve their drawing. Drawings are executed on smaller size papers, predominantly in pen and ink; students are instructed to enhance their discipline by balancing between what they are observing and what they are drawing, predominantly using line as a manner of expression.

Learning outcomes:
Learning how to discipline oneself and to maintain concentration when conveying one’s thoughts onto paper.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Drawing – Study 1/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA51 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 13

Professor: Simonida Rajčević, Zoran Dimovski, Branko Raković

Description:
Drawing human figure, (portrait, nude); charcoal drawing on paper in natural human size, still life with human figure in the ambience

Learning outcomes:
Drawing skills (proportions and character of human figure, portrait, nude, etc.)


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Drawing – Study 1/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA52 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Simonida Rajčević, Zoran Dimovski, Branko Raković

Description:
Drawing human figure (portrait, nude); charcoal drawing on paper in natural human size, still life with human figure in the ambience

Learning outcomes:
Drawing skills (proportions and character of human figure, portrait, nude, etc.)


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Early Modern History of Art 1400-1600

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULA03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Jelena Todorović

Description:
The aim of this course is to offer the students an overview of Renaissance Art with special emphasis on the cultural history approach. Students would examine the issues of individuals, space and time, patronage, artistic status, classical heritage, which all greatly contribute to understanding this key period of art history.

Learning outcomes:
After the course the students would obtain general knowledge of the key concepts of European Renaissance art.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of the history of art

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Early Modern History of Art 1600-1830

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULA04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Jelena Todorović

Description:
The aim of this course is to present to the students the development of art history over two important centuries- 17th and 18th century. From the beginnings of Baroque, through the art of Rococo, to the concepts of Neoclassicism and Romanticism, some key periods of art history would be examined.

Learning outcomes:
After the course the students would obtain general knowledge of the key concepts of European early modern art.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of art history

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




European Art in the Middle Ages

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Aleksandra Kučeković

Description:
The course presents the developments in European visual culture and gives their historical backgrounds from the time of the dissolution of the Roman Empire and the emergence of Christianity, through the formation of Medieval European culture in the East and the West respectively, up to the fall of Byzantium and the birth of the Renaissance. The underlying theme of the course could be summarized in the question put by Jacques le Goff– L’Europe est-elle née au Moyen age?

Learning outcomes:
Students should be able to understand the spatial, temporal and socio-cultural context of medieval European artistic production, as well as its modern interpretation.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of art history

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Historical Positions in the Philosophy of Art

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD25 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Saša Radojčić

Description:
The course briefly introduces students to the main positions in the history of the philosophy of art: Plato, Aristotle, Hellenistic and Roman thought, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance conceptions of art, the theory of taste, German idealism (Kant, Hegel, Schiller), Nietzsche, “scientific aesthetics“, phenomenology and hermeneutics, critical theory and contemporary aesthetics.

Learning outcomes:
After the course students would have general knowledge of the main positions in the history of the philosophy of art.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of the history of philosophy and basic concepts of the philosophy of arts

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




History of Modern & Contemporary Art

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Nikola Šuica

Description:
This course offers a thorough overview of modern art and a reliable and crucial insight into the practice of visual arts. It includes the related fields of humanities, presenting a variety of examples and relations in the realm of both modern and contemporary art. Students have the opportunity examine a number of key movements, expressions, contexts and processes.

Learning outcomes:
Students will obtain general knowledge of the key concepts of modern art in relation to changing societies and historical events.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of art history up to Modernism

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




History of South Slavic Modern & Contemporary Art

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Nikola Šuica

Description:
The course encompasses the phases and changes in visual arts within the geopolitical framework of South Slavic regions. It includes research into 20th century imagery and culture, as compared to European movements, and into their changes up to contemporary times.

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 and historical events.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of art history up to Modernism.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Intaglio Printmaking 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB27 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Katarina Zarić

Description:
Students are taught the techniques of intaglio printing (engraving, aquatint, soft coating, dry point and mezzotint), the history of these techniques, their characteristics and differences in relation to relief or plane printing, and silk-screen printing or serigraphy; students also get acquainted with the necessary materials and tools.

Learning outcomes:
Students will master the possibilities of combining the newly acquired skills of intaglio printing and develop personal artistic approach to this medium.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Intaglio Printmaking 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB28 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Katarina Zarić

Description:
Students are taught the techniques of intaglio printing (engraving, aquatint, soft coating, dry point and mezzotint), the history of these techniques, their characteristics and differences in relation to relief or plane printing, and silk-screen printing or serigraphy; students also get acquainted with the necessary materials and tools.

Learning outcomes:
Students will master the possibilities of combining the newly acquired skills of intaglio printing and develop personal artistic approach to this medium.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Lithography 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB31 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Adam Pantić

Description:
Systematic study of complex organization in lithography printmaking; articulating artistic expression according to the specifics of this discipline; achieving the required level of professional production.

Learning outcomes:
The student is able to apply the basic lithography process in his own work on professional production level. Individual work and teamwork within the framework of a professional workshop organization.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Lithography 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB32 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Adam Pantić

Description:
Systematic study of complex organization in lithography printmaking; articulating artistic expression according to the specifics of this discipline; achieving the required level of professional production.

Learning outcomes:
The student is able to apply the basic lithography process in his own work on professional production level. Individual work and teamwork within the framework of a professional workshop organization.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Methods of Art Education 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD13 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Sanja Filipović

Description:
The aim of this course is to offer students an overview of different concepts and approaches developing creativity of preschool children, students in elementary and secondary schools, including through various forms of education outside the institutions.

Learning outcomes:
After the course students would obtain general knowledge of the key concepts and approaches of the methods of art education.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Methods of Art Education 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD14 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Sanja Filipović

Description:
The aim of this course is to offer students an overview of different concepts and approaches developing creativity of preschool children, students in elementary and secondary schools, including through various forms of education outside the institutions.

Learning outcomes:
After the course students would obtain general knowledge of the key concepts and approaches of the methods of art education.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Ontology of the Work of Art

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD26 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Saša Radojčić

Description:
The course explores the ontological questions of the work of art. Students have to read and discuss selected texts by N. Hartmann, M. Heidegger, G. Genette, R. Wollheim and A. Danto, with the common aim to give the sustainable definition of the work of art.

Learning outcomes:
After the course students would have the basic knowledge of the contemporary definitions of the work of art and could read the philosophical texts about art with understanding.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of the history of philosophy of art and of the basic concepts of the philosophy of arts

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Painting 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA36 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 14

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

Description:
Painting is the main subject taught at the Painting Department. It is also taught as an elective subject for the students of sculpture, printmaking and intermedia students. In the third year of studies students can select to work in the studio of one of the eight supervisors. Painting as a subject is based on studio work and it includes mentorial approach – individual contact between a professor and a student is the basis of instruction.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is to develop skills in the field of painting and to advance the individual poetics of each student. Students may choose to paint from live models in the studio, although this is not obligatory.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Painting 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA37 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 14

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

Description:
Painting is the main subject taught at the Painting Department. It is also taught as an elective subject for the students of sculpture, printmaking and intermedia students. In the third year of studies students can select to work in the studio of one of the eight supervisors. Painting as a subject is based on studio work and it includes mentorial approach – individual contact between a professor and a student is the basis of instruction.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is to develop skills in the field of painting and to advance the individual poetics of each student. Students may choose to paint from live models in the studio, although this is not obligatory.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Painting 4/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA38 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 14

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

Description:
Painting is the main subject taught at the Painting Department. It is also taught as an elective subject for the students of sculpture, printmaking and intermedia students. In the third year of studies students can select to work in the studio of one of the eight supervisors. Painting as a subject is based on studio work and it includes mentorial approach – individual contact between a professor and a student is the basis of instruction.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is to develop skills in the field of painting and to advance the individual poetics of each student. Students may choose to paint from live models in the studio, although this is not obligatory.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Painting 4/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA39 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 14

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

Description:
Painting is the main subject taught at the Painting Department. It is also taught as an elective subject for the students of sculpture, printmaking and intermedia students. In the third year of studies students can select to work in the studio of one of the eight supervisors. Painting as a subject is based on studio work and it includes mentoring approach – individual contact between a professor and a student is the basis of instruction.

Learning outcomes:
The main outcome of this course is to develop skills in the field of painting and to advance the individual poetics of each student. Students may choose to paint from live models in the studio, although this is not obligatory.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Painting Technology 1/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA48 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Dimitrije Pecić, Stefan Tasić

Description:
The purpose of this course is for students to become acquainted with theoretical and practical knowledge on the preparation of painting materials, as well as on the characteristics of specific painting techniques. Students have the opportunity to learn about, among other things, the origin and characteristics of pigments, to prepare pastels and watercolours on their own, or to stretch, impregnate and prepare the canvas, as well as to try themselves in fresco technique. The skills acquired within this course were summed up by modern technologists by including scientific knowledge to improve the accumulated experience of generations of painters, which had already stood the test of time.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Painting Technology 1/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA49 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Dimitrije Pecić, Stefan Tasić

Description:
The purpose of this course is for students to become acquainted with theoretical and practical knowledge on the preparation of painting materials, as well as on the characteristics of specific painting techniques. Students have the opportunity to learn about, among other things, the origin and characteristics of pigments, to prepare pastels and watercolours on their own, or to stretch, impregnate and prepare the canvas, as well as to try themselves in fresco technique. The skills acquired within this course were summed up by modern technologists by including scientific knowledge to improve the accumulated experience of generations of painters, which had already stood the test of time.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 12




Painting – Study 2/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA30 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Jasmina Kalić, Dragana Stanaćev, Milivoj Pavlović

Description:
Painting human figure (portrait, nude); acrylique and crayons on paper in natural human size, still life with human figure in the ambience

Learning outcomes:
Painting skills (proportions and character of human figure, portrait, nude, etc.)


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 6




Painting – Study 2/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA31 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Jasmina Kalić, Dragana Stanaćev, Milivoj Pavlović

Description:
Painting human figure (portrait, nude); acrylique and crayons on paper in natural human size, still life with human figure in the ambience

Learning outcomes:
Painting skills (proportions and character of human figure, portrait, nude, etc.)


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Pedagogy 1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD15 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Aleksandra Joksimović

Description:
The aim of this course is to provide an overview of some basic problems of education, schools, school systems, teaching and aesthetic education. Students will become familiar with the role, position and work of art teachers.

Learning outcomes:
After the course the students would obtain general knowledge of the school system in our country, of some basic theories and laws related to education and the characteristics of the teaching profession.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Pedagogy 2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD16 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Aleksandra Joksimović

Description:
Students gain knowledge on how to organize classes and other school activities and learn the skills that allow them to be thoughtful practitioners in the classroom and to have a good basis for continuing their professional development.

Learning outcomes:
After the course the students would obtain general knowledge on how to make adequate choices of teaching methods and to prepare annual, periodic and daily plans.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Philosophical Aspects of Modern and Postmodern Art

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD24 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Saša Radojčić

Description:
The course deals with the philosophical background of modern and postmodern art. Students would examine the concepts of modern, modernism, tradition, avant-garde and postmodernism, and their social and technological aspects in the transformation of art from late 19th to early 21st century.

Learning outcomes:
After the course students would have general knowledge of the philosophical background of modern, postmodern and contemporary art.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of the history of philosophy and the history of art

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Plastic Anatomy 1/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA25 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Petar Đorđević

Description:
Student line model by drawing muscles and bones in the context of perceived forms usingskeleton, literature and illustrations as a starting point. Studying symmetry, joints point, characteristic traits of shape and their connections in order to build a continent.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Plastic Anatomy 1/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA26 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Petar Đorđević

Description:
Student line model by drawing muscles and bones in the context of perceived forms usingskeleton, literature and illustrations as a starting point. Studying symmetry, joints point, characteristic traits of shape and their connections in order to build a continent.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Plastic Anatomy 2/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA27 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Petar Đorđević

Description:
Student line model by drawing muscles and bones in the context of perceived forms usingskeleton, literature and illustrations as a starting point. Studying symmetry, joints point, characteristic traits of shape and their connections in order to build a continent.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Plastic Anatomy 2/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA28 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Petar Đorđević

Description:
Student line model by drawing muscles and bones in the context of perceived forms usingskeleton, literature and illustrations as a starting point. Studying symmetry, joints point, characteristic traits of shape and their connections in order to build a continent.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Printmaking 1/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Vladimir Veljašević

Description:
The aim is to acquaint students with the meaning of the concept of printmaking. This course explores the basic principles and process of relief printmaking (linocut, woodcut).

Learning outcomes:
The student is able to conceive, develop and produce print independently in relief printmaking techniques, according to professional standards.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Printmaking 1/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 7

Professor: Vladimir Veljašević

Description:
The aim is to acquaint students with the meaning of the concept of printmaking and to enable them to develop awareness of the elements of composition within the spatial organization of a graphic sheet. This course explores the basic principles and process of relief printmaking (linocut, woodcut).

Learning outcomes:
The student is able to conceive, develop and produce print independently in relief printmaking techniques, according to professional standards.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Printmaking 2/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Katarina Zarić, Aleksandar Mladenović

Description:
This course comprises modules, such as: line, hatching, surface, line and surface, colour. Students learn the basic visual elements of intaglio printing (engraving, aquatint, soft coating, dry point, mezzotint), and how to understand and solve the problems of composition, light and form as the fundamental elements.

Learning outcomes:
Students learn the skills of the aforementioned individual techniques of intaglio printing and their combinations as well. They master the possibilities of combining the newly acquired skills of intaglio printing with the previously obtained knowledge about relief printing, in order to develop an adequate cognitive process and the logic of the prerequisites of this particular, complex and broad discipline, including the use and application of the experience acquired in other related subjects and media.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Printmaking 2/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Katarina Zarić, Aleksandar Mladenović

Description:
This course comprises modules, such as: line, hatching, surface, line and surface, colour. Students learn the basic visual elements of intaglio printing (engraving, aquatint, soft coating, dry point, mezzotint), and how to understand and solve the problems of composition, light and form as the fundamental elements.

Learning outcomes:
Students learn the skills of the aforementioned individual techniques of intaglio printing and their combinations as well. They master the possibilities of combining the newly acquired skills of intaglio printing with the previously obtained knowledge about relief printing, in order to develop an adequate cognitive process and the logic of the prerequisites of this particular, complex and broad discipline, including the use and application of the experience acquired in other related subjects and media.


Semester: Autumn & Spring | Number of semesters: 2 | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Printmaking and Drawing 2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB84 | Course level: undergraduate | 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: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Printmaking and Drawing 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB79 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 10

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

Description:
Based on the experience gathered in the previous two years of study and the application of new graphic techniques, students continue to improve their proficiency in the art of relief and intaglio printing. Particular attention is paid to the line, halftone and texture, and emphasis is put on the use of colour and its adequate application in graphic art.

Learning outcomes:
The goal of this course is to use the broad spectrum of graphic possibilities in order to direct students towards a greater creative sensibility.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Printmaking and Drawing 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB80 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 10

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

Description:
Based on the experience gathered in the previous two years of study and the application of new graphic techniques, students continue to improve their proficiency in the art of relief and intaglio printing. Particular attention is paid to the line, halftone and texture, and emphasis is put on the use of colour and its adequate application in graphic art.

Learning outcomes:
The goal of this course is to use the broad spectrum of graphic possibilities in order to direct students towards a greater creative sensibility.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Printmaking and Drawing 4/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB81 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 10

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

Description:
The subject is a complex combination of theoretical knowledge and practical skills, leading to the development of individual visual expression. Each student systematically practices all the acquired printmaking techniques of relief, intaglio, lithography and silk-screen printing, with the introduction of new technologies (digital printing, contemporary photo procedures).

Learning outcomes:
Students are able to combine printmaking techniques freely in order to open up possibilities of personal innovation. All this enriches, deepens and purifies the acquired knowledge and skills.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Printmaking and Drawing 4/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB82 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

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

Description:
The subject is a complex combination of theoretical knowledge and practical skills leading to the development of individual visual expressions. Each student systematically practices all of the learned printmaking techniques of relief, intaglio, lithography and silk-screen printing with the introduction of new technologies (digital printing, contemporary photo procedures).

Learning outcomes:
Students are able to combine printmaking techniques freely in order to open up possibilities of personal innovation. All this enriches, deepens and purifies the acquired knowledge and skills.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Sculpture 1/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Dragana Ilić, Zdravko Joksimović, Gabriel Glid

Description:
This course primarily focuses on practice.
Students are asked to work with live models, making portraits and small-sized figures in clay, paying particular attention to identifying the model's proportions, providing an insight into the character and movement, understanding three-dimensionality of form in space and the role of light and shade on the sculpture surface.

Learning outcomes:
Students learn to observe and sharpen their observation skills by sculpting the human form, which is the main focus of this course.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Sculpture 1/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC09 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Dragana Ilić, Zdravko Joksimović, Gabriel Glid

Description:
To consolidate and further develop 1st- semester acquisitions.

Learning outcomes:
Students learn to observe and sharpen their observation skills by sculpting the human form, which is the main focus of this course.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Sculpture 2/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC10 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Dragana Ilic, Zdravko Joksimovic, Gabriel Glid

Description:
The goal of this course is to develop visual perception, observation of the observed forms, and the artistic transposition of such forms.
Students sculpt from a live model: portraits, medium-sized sculptures/ figures (up to 1m high) and relief - arbitrary format.
Moreover, students explore their intrinsic artistic poetry through drawing analysis, experimental sculpting work and conversation, which eventually culminates in independent sculpting work, which can be executed in any material and form, depending on the nature of the idea.

Learning outcomes:
Students develop basic sculpting knowledge about proportion, movement, construction, mass allocation, surface passages and planning. Students learn how to control direct perception through shape abstraction and the knowledge of anatomy, subjecting both to the general rules of composition, and applying these skills in expressing their personal creative ideas.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Sculpture 2/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC11 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 7

Professor: Dragana Ilić, Zdravko Joksimović, Gabriel Glid

Description:
The goal of this course is to develop visual perception, observation of the observed forms, and artistic transposition of such forms.
Students sculpt from a live model: portraits, medium-sized sculptures/ figures (up to 1m high) and relief - arbitrary format.
Moreover, students explore their intrinsic artistic poetry through drawing analysis, experimental sculpting work and conversation, which eventually culminates in independent sculpting work, which can be executed in any material and form, depending on the nature of the idea.

Learning outcomes:
Students develop basic sculpting knowledge about proportion, movement, construction, mass allocation, surface passages and planning. Students learn how to control direct perception through shape abstraction and the knowledge of anatomy, subjecting both to the general rules of composition, and applying these skills in expressing their personal creative ideas.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Sculpture 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC12 | Course level: undergraduate | 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.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sculpture 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC13 | Course level: undergraduate | 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.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sculpture 4/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC40 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 10

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.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sculpture 4/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC41 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 10

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.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sculpture in Wood 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC58 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Dušan Petrović

Description:
Students gradually move from smaller to larger formats – up to 1 m sculptures 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


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sculpture in Wood 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC59 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Dušan Petrović

Description:
Students gradually move from smaller to larger formats – up to 1 m sculptures 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


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Serbian Art of the Early Modern Period

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Theory and History of Arts
Code: ULD06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Jelena Todorović, Aleksandra Kučeković

Description:
During the course students are introduced to artistic developments within the Serbian entity in the Austrian and Turkish monarchies from 17th up to the late 19th century. The course focuses on viewing the period in two ways: 1. through the processes of rapid Europeanization of the Serbian visual culture and its incorporation into mid-European baroque cultural contexts and the hybridity of Baroque culture, supported by intensive bourgeois social development, and 2. through the transformation of post-Byzantine cultural heritage and the birth of modern national ideas in the 18th and 19th centuries, in full accordance with the European national movements and philosophies.

Learning outcomes:
Students acquire the knowledge of key concepts of Serbian art in the early modern period.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of early modern art history

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Silk Screen 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB33 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Dragan Momirov

Description:
This course develops creative sensitivity and expression in different disciplines of drawing and its application in graphics. Students will learn the chemical and technological processes of silk screen printing (serigraphy) and the creative potential of this medium.

Learning outcomes:
Students are able to properly use all visual elements and produce silk screen print according to professional standards.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Silk Screen 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Printmaking
Code: ULB34 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Dragan Momirov

Description:
This course develops creative sensitivity and expression in different disciplines of drawing and its application in graphics. Students will learn the chemical and technological processes of silk screen printing (serigraphy) and the creative potential of this medium.

Learning outcomes:
Students are able to properly use all visual elements and produce silk screen print according to professional standards.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Stonecutting 2/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC30 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Đorđe Čpajak

Description:
In the second year of study, the form of the study programme is free and students execute sculptures (models included- usually 1: 1).
The Faculty of Fine Arts provides: material (stone) of gallery format, the tools (hand and machine- pneumatic machines, cutting and grinding discs and other tools necessary for work).


Learning outcomes:
Basic stonecutting skills


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Stonecutting 2/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC31 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Đorđe Čpajak

Description:
In the second year of study, the form of the study programme is free and students execute sculptures (models included- usually 1: 1).
The Faculty of Fine Arts provides: material (stone) of gallery format, the tools (hand and machine- pneumatic machines, cutting and grinding discs and other tools necessary for work).


Learning outcomes:
Basic stonecutting skills


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Stonecutting 4/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC32 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Đorđe Čpajak

Description:
Sculpture in stone is an optional subject in the fourth year. Students are welcome to execute sculptures in their own way, to freely choose the theme and format of work.


Learning outcomes:
Advanced stonecutting skills


Entry requirements: To have experience in basic stonecutting

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Stonecutting 4/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Sculpture
Code: ULC33 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Đorđe Čpajak

Description:
Sculpture in stone is an optional subject in the fourth year. Students are welcome to execute sculptures in their own way, to freely choose the theme and format of work.

Learning outcomes:
Advanced stonecutting skills


Entry requirements: To have experience in basic stonecutting

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Technology of New Media 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE21 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Aleksandra Jovanić

Description:
This tutorial seminar provides theoretical understanding and hands-on experience in 3D modelling: from the idea, sketching, sculpting and transforming to finalizing and rendering.

Learning outcomes:
Understanding the conceptual and methodological aspects of 3D modelling.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of 3D modelling

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Technology of New Media 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE22 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Aleksandra Jovanić

Description:
This tutorial seminar provides theoretical understanding and hands-on experience in 3D animation from the idea, design and transforming to finalizing and rendering.

Learning outcomes:
Understanding the conceptual and methodological aspects of 3D animation.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of 3D animation

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Technology of New Media 4/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE23 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Aleksandra Jovanić

Description:
This tutorial seminar provides theoretical understanding and hands-on experience in contemporary materials and techniques for modelling, prototyping, building complex objects and installations, with an introduction to physical computing and 3D printing

Learning outcomes:
Understanding the conceptual and methodological aspects of maker techniques, physical computing and 3D printing.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of maker techniques and programming experience

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Technology of New Media 4/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE24 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Aleksandra Jovanić

Description:
This tutorial seminar provides theoretical understanding and hands-on experience in computer networking and communication protocols. Creative use of WWW protocol: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and scripting libraries.

Learning outcomes:
Understanding the conceptual and methodological aspects of modern web techniques.


Entry requirements: Basic skills in web development

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Transmedia Research 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Dejan Grba, Zoran Todorović

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: Intermediate experience in new media art

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Transmedia Research 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Dejan Grba, Zoran Todorović

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: Intermediate experience in new media art

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Transmedia Research 4/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 7

Professor: Dejan Grba, Zoran Todorović

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: Intermediate experience in new media art

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Transmedia Research 4/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: New Media
Code: ULE08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 7

Professor: Dejan Grba, Zoran Todorović

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: Intermediate experience in new media art

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Wall Painting – Mosaic 3/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA3 | Course level: undergraduate | 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: Enroled undergraduate studies of painting, sculpture or graphics

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Wall Painting – Mosaic 3/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: ULA4 | Course level: undergraduate | 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: Enroled undergraduate studies of painting, sculpture or graphics

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Wall Painting – Mosaic 4/1

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: UIB4/1A | Course level: undergraduate | 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: Enroled undergraduate studies of painting, sculpture or graphics

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Wall Painting – Mosaic 4/2

Faculty of Fine Arts

Study Programme: Painting
Code: UIB4/2A | Course level: undergraduate | 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: Enroled undergraduate studies of painting, sculpture or graphics

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5