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Methodology of the painting procedure. Specific primers. Diluents, solvents, and media. Materials and components. Lean and fat techniques. Painting formalization and technical procedures. Procedural resources and enunciation of the painting discourse. Procedural and experimentation resources.
The course offers a deeper and procedures specific painting techniques and in the use of photography as a tool for painting. Both aspects are at the service of training the student in the enunciation of pictorial discourse, fundamental and specific competence of the professional profile of the arts in general and painting in particular.
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Ability to implement efficient tools for troubleshooting within the field of knowledge.
- Critical and analytical skills in the relevant specialty area.
- Creative capacity within the field of knowledge.
- Capacity to use suitable manual and computer techniques of representation.
- Capacity for adaptation to changes in the common tools within the field of knowledge.
- Capacity to consolidate, expand, and integrate fundamental knowledge within the field of knowledge.
- Capacity to apply knowledge of art methods and processes.
Objectives (Learning outcomes)
- 01Deepen the appropriate use of media, mediums and techniques specific pictorial.
- 02Deepen the practical mastery of the modulation of color as essential pictorial medium.
- 03Understand from the practice of painting the mutual influence of the medium of painting and photography.
- 04Acquiring the ability in the use of photography as a pictorial reference operating.
- 05Acquiring the proper criteria for choice of media and procedures as needed declarative.
- 06Deepening the use of resources associated pictorial texture, visual and matérica, and density of the paint.
- 07Deepen the capacity to generate solutions to various pictorial approach, using the medium of photography as a tool.
- 08Delve into the dynamics of the painting process and acquire the ability to make complex decisions on planning and development.
Association between objectives and units
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- Doerner, Max. Hoppe, Thomas ed. lit. "Los materiales de pintura y su empleo en el arte". Barcelona Reverté 1998.
- Huertas Torrejón, Manuel 1953-. "Materiales, procedimientos y técnicas pictóricas Volumen I Soportes, materiales y útiles empleados en la pintura de caballete". Tres Cantos, Madrid Akal 2010.
- Huertas Torrejón, Manuel 1953-. "Materiales, procedimientos y técnicas pictóricas Volumen II Preparación de los soportes, procedimientos y técnicas pictóricas". Tres Cantos, Madrid Akal 2010.
- Mayer, Ralph. "Materiales y técnicas del arte". Madrid Hermann Blume Tursen 1993.
- Pedrola, Antoni. "Materiales, procedimientos y técnicas pictóricas". Barcelona Ariel 1998.
Methodology and grading
- Lecture: Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.
- Problem-based learning: Develop active learning strategies through problem solving that promote thinking, experimentation, and decision making in the student.
- Project-based learning: Realization of a project to solve a problem, applying acquired learning and promoting abilities related to planning, design, performing activities, and reaching conclusions.
- METHOD A. Continuous assessment.
Continuous assessment and onsite.
- Regular monitoring of the subject.
- Presentation timely and appropriate exercises.
- Compliance with the specific objectives proposed for each exercise.
- Work organization and adaptation to the methodology proposed in the approach of the year.
- Suitability and adequacy of formal and technical means to the objectives of form to content.
- Troubleshooting syntactic-formal and technical.
- Capacity of formal analysis and conceptualization of work of self and others.
- Originality, creativity and functionality related to self-criticism, reflection and dialogue.
- Knowledge of the concepts and skills associated with the subject and ability to apply them in a critical way.
- Perseverance, dedication and interest in the pursuit of the subject.
- Personal evolution both in the development of each job and throughout the course.
- Regular class attendance.
They must submit all proposed exercises performed in the program on the dates indicated.
80% of the final grade will be based on the evaluation of the exercises.
The other 20% of the grade will be based on the achievement of objectives and evaluation attitudinal continues. Half of this part, 10% of the final grade for the course will be based on a theorical activity. (See practical programming)
MODE B. Official examination.
Those students who do not have regular monitoring of the subject, ie that have suspended or not shown the two thematic blocks have not attended 65% of classes at least, should choose the mode B. Official examination, according to the terms contained in it.
Fulfillment of the objectives proposed for each year (see practical programming and web reproduction) of which must be performed and / or delivered to the test.
On examination of the ordinary and extraordinary examination session must be submitted all course exercises, collected in "Practice Programming" Except Exercise 2. Color structuration (contrast of saturation canvas) to be held during the exam. Also there will be a written test. In this case the average rating is 35% of the grade, average marks of the exercises of the course, 55% of the note, note of exercise performed during the test, theory test, 10%.