Glass Art One-Year

Accademia Riaci (Florence, Italy)
In Florence (Italy)

Rs 14,000
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  • Course
  • Florence (Italy)
  • Duration:
    8 Months
Description

Glass Art Course. Art History. Color Theory. Three Dimentional Design. Foundation Drawing and Painting. Introduction to Art. Stained Glass. Glass Fusing. Mosaics. Bussiness Practices in Stained Glass. Portfolio Preparation. Independent study in Stained Glass.
Suitable for: 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 to those who succeed in the final exam.

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Starts Location
On request
Florence
Via de' Conti 4, 50123, (Indicar), Italy
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· Requirements

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.

Course programme

[Taught in Italian on English]

The Glass Art Department at Accademia Riaci in Florence, Italy considers glass to be an artist's material having remarkable and complex expressive range, as well as a studio discipline with limitless potential and a unique history that incorporates sculpture, architecture, design, craft and decorative art. The department is a specific Tiffany Style stained glass, mosaic and fusion program that combines this rich and diverse heritage with an unending material and process investigation of glass, and a corresponding commitment to conceptual development and artistic criticality. Glass majors are asked to value and nurture their native curiosity as the basis for a personal aesthetic that engages a wide world through continual experimentation and artistic striving. The glass department provides its students with a thorough technical foundation and broad resources for specialized material exploration. An extensive curriculum offers a full range of glass working processes.


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