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ECTS - Escola Superior de Educação Degree: Visual Arts And Artistic Technologies Course: Painting I

ECTS - Escola Superior de Educação Degree: Visual Arts And Artistic Technologies Course: Painting I

Academic Year: 2014/2015

Academic year: 2

Semester: Winter Semester Attendance regime: Mandatory

Course Responsible Teacher: Mestre António Fernando Silva

Number of Credits (ECTS): 6.0 Theoretical and Practical Contact Hours:

60.0 h

Skills:

Identify and master structural and constitutive elements of the language of painting Knowing and mastering techniques, processes, materials and equipment in the exercise of painting through experimentation and research within the workshop practice Identify, prepare and use different types of supports for conducting paint Acquire and deepen knowledge of the different genres of pictorial production Knowing the fundamentals of the color Know basic concepts of composition, rules and canons of painting Make pictorial projects Knowing and mastering specific vocabulary and develop the critical skills on the phenomenon of painting Organize the workshop space and master and apply methodological procedures and health and safety Reasoned reflection on the work done

Contents:

The painting as a language: conceptual, materials, technical, formal and cognitive components Initiation to the practice of painting: technological foundations and workshop Materials, instruments and media and their expressive potential Preparation and use of supports and bases Performing different pictorial project Formal, technical and expressive aspects (color, blends, brush strokes, textures, layers / burnish) General grounds on Color: physical, chemical, structural and expressive Composition concepts: basic concepts, methodologies, rules and canons Major themes and genres of painting (landscape, portrait, still life. Figuration and Abstraction) Development of personal expression: technical, cognitive, communicative and expressive painting Analysis and selfreflection on the work done Portfolio.

Skills:

Visits to exhibitions Monitoring individual projects Practical activities leading to the acquisition of new knowledge of specific language of art Practical research and project methodologies Individualized monitoring during the class period

Assessment:

Projects presentation. The frequency and communications. The assessment attends the participation, number of projects, their technical and aesthetic quality. Participation and involvement of students in the sessions. Practical exercises and projects for implementation / testing knowledge taking into account its technical and aesthetic quality. Realization of descriptive memoranda and portfolio.

References:

Bouleau, C. (1996). Tramas: la geometria secreta de los pintores. Madrid: Akal. Itten, J. (2004) L¿art de la couleur. Paris: Dessain et Tolra. Mayer, R. (1999). Manual do Artista. S. Paulo: Martins Fontes. Smith, R. (2003). Manual Prático do Artista. Porto. Editora Civilização. Albers, J. (2003). La Interaccion del Color. Madrid: Alianza Editorial Beguin, A. (2003). Mémento Pratique de L'Artiste Peintre. Beguin Berger, J. (1982). Modos de Ver. Lisboa: Edições 70. Breuvart, V. ed. (2006). Vitamin P : new perspectives in painting. London: Phaidon. Gage, J. (2000). Color and meaning: art, science, and symbolism. London: Thames & Hudson.

Gage, J. (1995). Color and Culture: Practice and Meaning from Antiquity to Abstraction. London: Thames

Gage, J. (1995). Color and Culture: Practice and Meaning from Antiquity to Abstraction. London: Thames and Hudson Heller, E. (2009). A Psicologia das Cores. Barcelona: Editorial Gustavo Gili.

Notices:

This course, for its architectural design and practical dimension, is not likely to be assessed in the final exam.

Mestre António Fernando Silva

Porto, 1 de Outubro de 2014