Grundlagen des Aktzeichnens

Maria Temnitschka
Art and Technology, Life Drawing
2022W, Vorlesung und Übungen (VU), 2.0 ECTS, 2.0 semester hours, course number S02692

Description

Students' engagement with the nature of drawing, examination of formal pictorial design elements, search for visual aids to describe observed form, exposure to the variety of drawing techniques, grasp of proportion, and representation of the human form are the focus of the course.

Examination Modalities

BASIS FOR EVALUATION: 20 works: Size at least A3, preferably larger (e.g. 70x50, 80x60). Technique: preferably drawing (graphite, charcoal, India ink, crayon, fineliner, red chalk...) but also painting, mixed media, material experiments Please label the individual sheets with: Name, Matr.No., field of study, period of origin (e.g."WS 22").

EXAM DATES after registration: maria.temnitschka@uni-ak.ac.at
When registering, please state your desired examination date (e.g.: "Date B")

A  Mon 30.1.:  10 a.m. - 1 p.m

B  Mon 30.1.:  2 - 6 p.m

C  Wed 1.2.:  10 a.m. - 1 p.m

D  Thu 2.2.:   2-6 p.m

Re-examination dates in March: please arrange individually
maria.temnitschka@uni-ak.ac.at

 

Comments

Courses in the Aktsaal will be offered 4 days a week in WS 2022/23: Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday

Start on Monday, October 10, 2022

There will be 2 classes (as a block) each, at which the admission time is fixed (at the admission, the distance must be observed):

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday:

15:00 Admission + preparation

1st block: from 15:10-15:55/5min break/16:00-16:45

16:45-17:00 big break

17:00 Admission + preparation

2nd block: from 17:10-17:55/5 min break/18:00-18:45  

 

Tuesday -ATTENTION other starting times:

13:00 Admission + preparation

1st block: from 13:10-13:55/5min break/14:00-14:45

14:45-15:00 big break

15:00 Admission + preparation

2.block: from 15:10-15:55/5min break/16:00-16:45  

 

Registration for the course E- Mail: aktzeichnen@uni-ak.ac.at

 

The confirmation of the workplace in the Aktsaal will be announced to the students by the teachers by mail or phone after 03 October 2022.

At the beginning of the semester (until 3.Oct. 2022) students are required to register for a specific day (MO/DI/MI/DO) and a fixed LV unit (1st block or 2nd block). The assigned workstation on the part of the department is binding for the designated day of the week and block of hours for the entire semester. Students may also take two blocks if the number of registrations permits. However, fixed times must be observed throughout the semester (e.g.: Block 1 on Tuesday and Block 2 on Thursday).

To be announced by the students:

Name

Matriculation number

Field of study, branch of study, section of study

Desired date and possible alternative date

Already obtained certificates of the courses of the department

Reason for attending the course

Contact information: E-mail, telephone

 

Due to limited space available, space will be assigned based on statute §5/7:

With the exception of individual artistic instruction, courses are open to all regular Applied students. When space is limited, preference shall be given to students who need the space to successfully complete their degree. In the allocation of space, students shall be given the following priority:

  1. regular students, as a compulsory subject.
  2. regular students, as an elective subject
  3. regular students, as an optional subject only for courses from non-artistic subjects
  4. extraordinary students
  5. co-enrolled students from other universities

Attendance list:

Students' attendance is recorded by signing the attendance list.

 

Key Words

Aktzeichnen

Course Enrolment

Via online registration

co-registration: possible

TransArts - Transdisciplinary Arts (Bachelor): Artistic and art technology foundations: Artistic and art technology foundations

Stage Design (1. Section): Kostüm: Aktzeichnen

Stage Design (2. Section): Kostüm: Aktzeichnen

Fine Arts (1. Section): Artistic and Research Practice: Life Drawing and Study of Nature

Fine Arts (2. Section): Artistic and Research Practice: Free Electives out of Artistic and Research Practice

Individual courses: possible