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Department Of Fine Arts

 

At the time of the founding of the Academy of Arts, the Department of Fine Arts was more directed towards educating professionals that would primarily be fine arts pedagogues in painting, sculpture and graphics. However, as fine arts can be seen as a living organism in permanent metamorphoses, the study programs have been constantly enriched with up-to-date contents. In order to satisfy the growing interest in fine art studies, new study programs have been introduced over the years.

Today, the Department of Fine Arts offers 6 study programs at Bachelor studies (lasting 4 years; 240 ECTS credits) and 7 study programs at Master studies (lasting 1 year; 60 ECTS credits):

Painting, BA [link to the curriculum], MA [link to the curriculum]
Sculpture, BA [link to the curriculum], MA [link to the curriculum]
Graphic Art, BA [link to the curriculum], MA [link to the curriculum]
Graphic Communications, BA [link to the curriculum], MA [link to the curriculum]
New Visual Media, BA [link to the curriculum], MA [link to the curriculum]
Photography, BA [link to the curriculum], MA [link to the curriculum]
Drawing, MA [link to the curriculum]

As of the academic year 2015/2016 the Department of Fine Arts also offers Doctoral Studies in Fine Arts and in Applied Arts and Design. [link to the curriculum]

The language of teaching is Serbian at all three study cycles.
Extracurricular activities for students:

Participation in projects: “Razlike” (Differences), “Reciklart” (Recycle Art), “Lutajući otisak” (Wandering Imprint) coordinated by the Academy of Arts in collaboration with other art and cultural institutions;
Participation in Final Year Student Exhibition;
Participation in the World Biennial of Student Poster and Student Photography;
Participation in different projects, master classes and workshops organised by the Academy of Arts and/or other artistic and cultural institutions.