in English
Art +ARt

The aim of visual arts education is that the students

  • learn to recognize, to understand and to value art and other visual culture in their own lives and their environment
  • familiar with the key concepts of visual art and visual culture and know how to use them in the interpretation, evaluation of works of art, visual messages, as well as their own and others' work and the working process in the description
  • learn to choose and use appropriately a variety of materials, techniques and tools for visual expression
  • trained in target-process-work and self-evaluation as well as co-operation     get familiar with contemporary art and history of art
  • learn to understand the media culture and its impact on people and society     learn media production of visual content planning, production and aesthetic evaluation, and are able to apply their own visual media technology in their work
  • familiar with the architecture, design and material culture, visual language and history
  • be aware of the impact of their activities on nature, the cultural landscape, built environment
  • are able to use and appreciate the cultural services

Visual arts working methods vary with the particular subject being treated.
The teaching aims to intra-subject integration, in which the wise and cognitive content complement each other.
A learning object is built of theme packages and teaching collaborating with various arts and disciplines.
Teaching is based on the student's own experience as a basis for the student to take the production and interpretation processes in a wide range of images.
Co-operation between the subjects are made to increase the comfort of the school environment and cultural activities.
Students will acquire the project and cultural skills while working together with local actors.
Teaching contents are the visual expression and visual thinking, knowledge of art and cultural knowledge, environmental planning, architecture and design and visual media texts.
New technologies and media platforms are the phenomena under study, as well as the production of visual tools.


Evaluation of the visual arts is encouraging , long-term , interactive and image artistic skills students develop .
The evaluation supports the student's personal relationship with the visual arts and other visual culture .
Versatile evaluation contribute to the realization of the goals set for studying all stages of the learning process . This assessment will support the student to learn the deepening of learning skills.
The overall assessment also includes a self-assessment and peer review.
Assessment focuses on visual perception and thinking, visual production ,interpretation of visual culture and aesthetic, ecological and ethical valuation.
Evaluation of courses takes account of developments on the student's artistic skills, different work processes and results of the work .
This evaluation is directed to methods and learning environments appropriate for use alone and in groups.


Art1. Images and Cultures   


The aim of the course is that the student

  • explores art and other visual contents of culture, phenomena, processes and procedures
  • use of visual art and visual culture, among other means of visual expression, and makes personal solutions
  • examine their own and other cultures, as well as on art, media, and other current phenomena of visual culture
  • explores art and other visual culture of the individual, community and societal perspectives independently and as a member of the group
  • review the different types of images your book, the author and the viewer's perspective image interpretation methods
  • understand the importance of visual art and other visual culture in their own lives, in society and in a globalized world.


  • Your own pictures builders of identities, cultural diversity and cultural heritage as an expression of the Renewal
  • influencing their own and other images, art, media and other platforms
  • differences in the perception of art and visual culture from the rest of visual concepts, image types and with catalogs
  • visual, verbal and other means of image interpretation
  • art, media, and other visual culture, current events