Interdisciplinary Studies

M A S T E R    S T U D I E S

 

Theory of Arts and Media

Theory of Arts and Media is an advanced master programme, which explores a range of theoretical perspectives that shape attitudes towards the arts and media. The expanding prominence of media in modern society and the parallel developments in contemporary arts give way to this comparative research programme.
Duration: 2 semesters
ECTS: 60
Language of instruction: Serbian

Courses

A. Core courses
Comparative History of Contemporary Art
Techniques of Academic Writing
Media Theories
Research Project: Preparation of Master Thesis
General Theory of Contemporary Art
Research Project: Master Thesis Research
Politics of Reception
Television Studies
Festivities in the Arts

B. Elective courses
Introduction to the Dance Studies
Visual Popular Culture

C. Master Thesis

Staff

Director:
Tijana Popović Mlađenović, PhD, Faculty of Music

Professors:
Nevena Daković, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Tijana Popović Mlađenović, PhD, Faculty of Music
Mariela Cvetić, PhD, Faculty of Architecture
Aleksandar Ignjatović, PhD, Faculty of Architecture
Ivana B. Perković, PhD, Faculty of Music
Aleksandar Janković, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Nikola Šuica, PhD, Faculty of Fine Arts
Mirjana Nikolić, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Marija Masnikosa, PhD, Faculty of Music
Dragana Jeremić Molnar, PhD, Faculty of Music
Aleksandra Milovanović, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Selena Rakočević, PhD, Faculty of Music
Ana Martinoli, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Zorana Popović, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Iva Nenić, Faculty of Music
Ivana Miladinović Prica, Faculty of Music
Biljana Leković, Faculty of Music
Ivana Petković, Faculty of Music


D O C T O R A L    S T U D I E S

Polymedia Art

Doctoral programme in Polymedia Art encourages artists to research synthesized artistic practice and join media which are different when considering the effect on our senses (visual, sound, tactile), considering the type of signals (for example musical and speaking) and for storing and processing (film, video, digital polymedia). Polymedia art engages almost all the aspects of media combination – from classical to digital, from theatre to performance and art synthesis. The programme is aimed to expand student’s boundaries of theoretical and aesthetic thinking, develop their creative potential in this field and provides not only a highly supportive learning environment for experimentation, innovation, and discovery but also a historical and theoretical insight into various poetics and techniques and technologies of polymedia art.
Duration: 6 semesters
ECTS: 180
Language of instruction: Serbian

Courses

A. Core courses:
Creating of Polymedia Artwork
Single Media Arts
Theory and Models of Polymedia art
Techniques and Technologies
Theory of Arts and Media
Technique of Writing a Theoretical Paper
Methods of Artistic Research Work

B. Elective courses I:
Opera Studies
Spectacle Theory
Digital Performance
Phenomenon of Fantasy in the Art

C. Elective courses II:
Ecology as a context of art
Media culture and Imperialism
New Theory of Art/ New Media
Poetics of Digital Art

D. Research Project

E. Doctoral Art Project

F. Doctoral Art Project Defense

Staff

Director:
Ivan Pravdić, DA, Academy of Arts in Novi Sad

Professors:
Milivoj Pavlović, DA, Faculty of Fine Arts
Radoš Antonijević, DA, Faculty of Fine Arts
Branimir Karanović, Faculty of Applied Arts
Zdravko Joksimović, DA, Faculty of Fine Arts
Aleksandra Jovanić, DA, Faculty of Fine Arts
Melita Milin, Institute for Musicology
Miljana Zeković, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad
Ana Stefanović, PhD, Faculty of Music
Marija Masnikosa, PhD, Faculty of Music
Tijana Popović Mlađenović, PhD, Faculty of Music
Ljiljana Rogač Mijatović, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Vlatko Ilić, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Nevena Daković, PhD,Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Milena Dragićević Šešić, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Svetozar Rapajić, Professor Emeritus of the University of Art
Jovan Ristić, Faculty of Construction Management in Belgrade
Vladislav Šćepanović, PhD, Faculty of Applied Arts
Dejan Grba, PhD in Art, Faculty of Fine Arts

Digital Art

Doctoral programme in Digital Art aims to explore and expand the possibilities of digital technology. The multidisciplinary approach to digital technology is blurring the boundaries of creative media and students are encouraged to exploit this fascinating opportunity. The use of digital video and audio means opens a path to the creation of works of art blending classical techniques with computer animation and digital compositing. Of importance though, the programme is not led by technology, it is about being inspired by technology. Through lectures, practical work and individual work with a mentor, students acquire the highest level of knowledge, as well as competencies for independent and group artistic creation by means of digital technology.
Duration: 6 semesters
ECTS: 180
Language of instruction: Serbian

Courses

A. Core courses:
Digital Animation
Digital Sound
Interactive Multimedia
Digital Video
Digital Image

B. Theoretical courses:
Theory of Arts and Media
Digital Technology
Poetics of Digital Art
New art/New media
Technique of Writing a Theoretical Paper
Methods of Artistic Research Work

C. Research Project

D. Doctoral Art Project

E. Doctoral Art Project Defense

Staff

Director:
Rastko Ćirić, Faculty of Applied Arts

Professors:
Đorđe Petrović, Faculty of Music
Aleksandra Jovanić, DA, Faculty of Fine Arts
Ivan Šijak, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Aleksandar Davić, Academy of Arts in Novi Sad
Nevena Daković, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Dejan Grba, DA, Faculty of Fine Arts
Marija Masnikosa, PhD, Faculty of Music
Milena Dragićević Šešić, PhD, Faculty Dramatic Arts
Svetozar Rapajić, Professor Emeritus of the University of Arts

Theory of Arts and Media

PhD programme Theory of Arts and Media encourages students to explore conceptually and creatively the ways in which contemporary artistic practice and critical theory interrelate, to expand their knowledge of contemporary artistic developments and to deepen their understanding of the interdisciplinary nature of the arts. The programme is based on independent study, supported by supervisory and courses designed to help students to undertake their research and develop transferable skills.
Duration: 6 semesters
ECTS: 180
Language of instruction: Serbian

Courses

A. Core courses:
Theory of Arts 1
Scientific Research Techniques
Epistemology of Scientific Research (in the Field of Arts, Culture and Media)
Theory of Arts 2
Methodology of Scientific Research
Types of Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Arts
Comparative Theory of Media
Text Theory
New Theory of Arts / New Media
Hybrid Theories of Arts
Postcolonial Studies of Culture and Arts
Theory of Photography

B. Elective courses:
Theory of Representation and Exhibiting
Theory of Popular Art and Culture
Performing Arts Studies
Spectacle Studies
Theory of Video Games
Theory of Experimental Film and Video Art
Ethics of Media
Opera Studies
Art and Politics
Phenomenon of Fantasy in Art
Psychoanalysis and Space
Art and Post-socialism Studies
Media Culture and Imperiality
Curatorial Practices

C. Research Project Related to the PhD Thesis

D. PhD Thesis

E. PhD Thesis Defense

Staff

Director:
Nevena Daković, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Professors:
Nevena Daković, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Tijana Popović Mlađenović, PhD, Faculty of Music
Milena Dragićević Šešić, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Ivan Medenica, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Mirjana Nikolić, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Vesna Đukić, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Ivana B. Perković, PhD, Faculty of Music
Svetozar Rapajić, Professor Emeritus
Ana Martinoli, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Aleksandar Janković, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Aleksandra Milovanović, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Marija Masnikosa, PhD, Faculty of Music
Aleksandar Ignjatović, PhD, Faculty of Architecture
Ljiljana Rogač Mijatović, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts
Rada Drezgić, PhD, Faculty of Music
Nikola Šuica, PhD, Faculty of Fine Arts
Selena Rakočević, PhD, Faculty of Music
Vladislav Šćepanović, PhD, Faculty of Applied Arts
Ana Stefanović, PhD, Faculty of Music
Dunja Njaradi, PhD, Faculty of Music
Lidija Delić, PhD, Institute for Literature and Arts
Mariela Cvetić, PhD, Faculty of Architecture
Vlatko Ilić, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts