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Ceramics Semester

Accademia Riaci - Florence (Italy)
In Florence ()

€ 8,200 - (Rs 6,14,218)
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Typology Training
Duration 1 Quarter
  • Training
  • Duration:
    1 Quarter
Description

Curriculum of Ceramics Course. Art History. Color Theory. Three Dimentional Design. Foundation Drawing and Painting. Introduction to Art. Graze Theory. Wheelthrowing. Ceramic Moldmaking. Intermediate Ceramics. Developing Successful Portfolio. Independent study in Ceramics.
Suitable for: [Language of Instruction: Italian / English]. Initially designed for international students, this course is an accelerated version of the BASIC COURSE, giving an opportunity to acquire materials of equal quality in a year to a single semester with language assistance by an English interpreter. The courses provide a wide range of knowledge and technique even beyond the field of arts.The volume of lessons, subjects and homework will be equally challenging. Students will be equipped with the most basic to the highest level of skill in a concentrated learning environment.Diplomas are issued.

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1. High School Diploma or its equivalent / College Degree or its equivalent 2. Sufficient language proficiency in either Italian, English, or Japanese 3. If available, a portfolio on CD-ROM of 12 artworks that best represent the student's work style.

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[Taught in Italian or English]

The faculty in the ceramics area is interested in and encourages the development of each student’s personal point of view. We emphasize conceptual exploration and the acquisition of historical, critical and theoretical knowledge. Additionally, we feel the production of works of art (learning through the experience of making) and technical development are essential ingredients for the successful studio artist. We are interested in students that understand tradition and embrace the making of useful objects as well as students who feel there may be new traditions to develop and new boundaries to expand. Consequently, the range of students work is very broad, from sculpture and installation to utilitarian objects.


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