CAMPUS: LA ROMANA
The two-year program in Fine Arts offers a complete experience in studio practice, contemporary art ideas, and interaction with the community. Students explore color, texture, and form to find their own voice, and come to understand the importance of communication processes in meeting the needs of social groups and their links to the visual arts.
The program relies on the classic fundamentals of art—drawing, painting, and sculpture—establishing practical and experimental processes in the field of visual arts that permit graduates to establish their individual expression, critical sense, and appreciation of art.
The Fine Arts program offers three areas of study: Drawing and Painting, Sculpture or Contemporary Art.
AREAS OF STUDY:
Drawing and Painting
Drawing and painting constitute an intense sequence that allows the student to understand and master the different techniques as a means of artistic expression. Under this focus, both are consolidated in a final project.
This artistic three-dimentional representation establishes an axis of communication that allows artists to possess a complete mastery of the different means and forms of expression under this traditional language.
The fundamental traditions of art come together with new technologies, media and a new focus to the industry, with the intent on generating new trends that offer the basis for creating new projects.
(PROGRAM OFFERED IN SPANISH)
PROGRAM (2016 – 2017 Curriculum)
- ANATOMICAL DRAWING
- DRAWING THE HUMAN FIGURE
- 2D DESIGN
- 3D DESIGN
- DIGITAL CREATIVITY
- ART SEMINAR
- SYSTEMS OF REPRESENTATION
- STUDY OF ART / PAINTING
- THREE-DIMENSIONAL STUDY
- VISUAL NARRATIVE – ILLUSTRATION