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2 COURSE CATALOGUE Part 1: Information on the Institution name and address ENSAAMA stands for Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d Art. ENSAAMA is a state school run by Ministry of Education and Region Ile de France. ENSAAMA 63 RUE OLIVIER DE SERRES PARIS FRANCE Telephone fax How to find us? academic calendar BEGINNING OF THE YEAR AUTUMN BREAK INTERMEDIARY REVIEWS CHRISTMAS BREAK OPEN DAYS / END SEMESTER 1 WINTER BREAK SPRING BREAK UNDERGRADUATE/DESIGN EXAMS UNDERGRADUATE/CONTEMPORARY CRAFTS DIPLOMA PRESENTATIONS DSAA DIPLOMA PRESENTATIONS DIPLOMA EXHIBITION MJV DIPLOMA PRESENTATIONS First week of septembre 2 SEPTEMBRE STAFF MEETING 2 SEPTEMBRE INTERNATIONAL AND EXCHANGE STUDENTS WELCOME 3-6 SEPTEMBRE 2013 STUDENTS WELCOME MID-OCTOBER BEG- NOVEMBER DECEMBRE END DECEMBRE BEG JANUARY LAST WEEKEND OF JANUARY MID-FEB BIG-MARCH MID-APRIL END-APRIL academic authorities ENSAAMA stands for Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d Art. ENSAAMA is a state school run by Ministry of Education and Region Ile de France. general description of the institution ENSAAMA stands for Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d Art. ENSAAMA is a state school run by Ministry of Education and Region Ile de France. It was formed in 1969 from the merger of two, much older, schools: École des Métiers d Arts, founded in 1941 at Hôtel Salé, and École des Arts Appliqués à l Industrie, founded in Both of the founding colleges were internationally renowned for the work of their students and staff. We have an outstanding reputation for educating undergraduate and postgraduate students from all parts of France and abroad in all fields of design as well as contemporary crafts. Our mission is very much focused on making sure that our graduates are fully equipped to enter the labour market and impact the business world significantly. This implies concentrating on the development of autonomy, individual creativity, technical, analytical and team working skills and working hand in hand with professionals and the industrial world. We also insist that our graduates have a good general knowledge and a good command of English so that they might plan to have careers either in France or abroad. 1

3 We use the origins of our school as a means to develop multidisciplinarity and encourage our students to learn from what is done in studios other than theirs. This further equips them for their professional lives by developing their adaptability and curiosity. The school has long-standing relationships with the art and design industries and our permanent teaching staff, all experts in their subject specialisms, are supported by associate and visiting lecturers who are active practitioners in their chosen fields. So that students work in a semi-professional environment and are given the benefits of many projects with outside clients, external projects and placements. They also mix with professionals at fairs and take part in selected professional competitions. We never take our excellence for granted and keep adapting them to the requirements of our changing world. The marketing and industrial paradigms our economies were built upon are currently shifting. Western companies have to make the shift from industrial productivity and quality as criteria of success to innovation as a means of restoring competitiveness. In this context, we act as a center of innovation, that train tomorrow s designers as well as nurture the companies of the future. Design introduces flexibility, innovative strategy and transversality in companies and might very well be the key element to make the shift successfully. In their capacity to combine creation, innovation and social and economic constraints, designers have a major role to play in the necessary evolution of western companies, as they are conveyers of innovative entrepreneurship. list of programmes offered undergraduate programmes : design product design spatial design communication design : space and volume visual communication and multimedia ceramic design textille design undergraduate programmes : contemporary crafts stained glass fresco and mosaic lacquer metalwork synthetic materials postgraduate programmes : industrial design visual communication interior and environment design spatial branding fashion and textile innovation ceramic design (to come) contemporary crafts ( ) design strategy (Master2 Jacques Viénot) general admission requirements For undergraduate degrees, the minimum admission requirement is a baccalauréat or official equivalent. Students with a baccalauréat ST2I in applied arts or a certified foundation year (see below) may apply for BTS1 or DMA1 directly, they can skip the foudation year (YEAR1). For postgraduate degrees, the minimum admission requirement is a BTS, DMA or a BA from a country other than France. To apply for Master2 Jacques Viénot, students must have graduated with a DSAA or officially prove they hold an equivalent degree (through ENIC-NARIC). general arrangements for the recognition of prior learning (formal, informal and non-formal) general registration procedures Application for Year 1 Application file Transcript of records Première et Terminale = last two years of secondary education Teachers and headmaster s comments and end of secondary education diploma (baccalauréat in France) transcript of records if available. A motivation letter including a description of artistic, cultural activitivies and other activities outside school. Results are sent online through admission Postbac. You should apply through from end of January to mi-march To dowload the application guide, click here : Guide du candidat Equivalent years Academy of Paris E.S.A.A. «BOULLE» 9, rue Pierre Bourdan PARIS E.S.A.A. «DUPERRE» 11, rue Dupetit-Thouars PARIS E.S.A.I.G. «ESTIENNE» 18, rue Auguste Blanqui PARIS E.N.S.A.A.M.A. «OLIVIER DE SERRES» 63, rue Olivier de Serres PARIS Lycée Auguste Renoir 24, rue Ganneron PARIS Other academies Lycée Thuillier 70, bd de Saint Quentin AMIENS Lycée Charles de Coulomb av. Joachim du Bellay ANGOULÊME Lycée Pasteur 4, rue du Lycée BESANÇON Lycée Marc Bloch allée Blaise Pascal BISCHHEIM Lycée Camille Claudel bd de l'oise CERGY VAURÉAL Lycée Charles de Gaulle route de Neuilly CHAUMONT Lycée Raymond Loewy place de Filderstradt LA SOUTERRAINE Lycée Diderot 43, cours Général Giraud LYON 1 Lycée Denis Diderot 23, bd Laveran MARSEILLE 13 2

4 Lycée Léonard de Vinci rue Fromenteau BP MONTAIGU Lycée Jean Monnet 201, rue de Malbosc MONTPELLIER CEDEX 4 Lycée Eugénie Cotton 58, av. Faidherbe MONTREUIL S/S BOIS Lycée Henri Loritz 29, rue Jardiniers NANCY Lycée Alain Colas rue Destutt-de-Tracy NEVERS Lycée Camargue 98, bd Jean Jaurès NÎMES E.S.A.A.T. (École Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et du Textile) 539, av. des Nations Unies ROUBAIX Lycée Jeanne d'arc rue Sainte-Geneviève-du-Mont ROUEN Lycée Technique 21, rue Ledermann SÈVRES Lycée des Arènes 4, place Emile-Male BP TOULOUSE Lycée Léonard de Vinci bd de Villefontaine BP VILLEFONTAINE Lycée Adolphe Chérioux 195, rue Julian Grimau VITRY-SUR-SEINE CEDEX Lycée Jean Monnet 12, rue du Repos YZEURE Lycée Ambroise Vollard de Si Pierre 3, rue du Lycée TERRE SAINTE (Réunion) Applications for years 2 and 3 Application files should comply to the rules described on admission Post-Bac (www.admission-postbac.fr). Students who cannot acces Admission postbac should contact Mme M. Dupont, vice-director : Sellected candidates will be invited to an interview. End of January-mid March Very beginning of April Mid-May Application through Admission Postbac Deadline to submit application files downloaded from admission-postbac or non-admission postbac files to ENSAAMA Interviews and portfolio presentations For more information on Admission Post-Bac, please visit : Application for DSAA Application files should include a presentation of your prior studies and of your motivation. Applicants will be invited to present their work to a selection committee. Admission is granted by the school s director according to the committee s recommendations. Beginning of March : Application form download Mid-May : deadline for sending applications Beginning of June ; Interviews and portfolio presentation Online application : Downlodaded and filled in forms must be stapled and retruned to ENSAAMA in a plastic folder with the required enclosed documents. Application for MASTER2 JACQUES VIENOT and Master Economie et Gestion des Produits Culturels Application files should include a presentation of prior studies and motivation. Applicants will be invited to present their work to a selection committee. Admission is granted by the school s director according to the committee s recommendations. February: Application form download Beginning of June : deadline for sending applications End of June : Interviews and portfolio presentation Online application : Application form download : Master 2 Stratégies du Design "Jacques Viénot" With Université d'evry Val d'essonne Master Economie et Gestion des Produits Culturels with Paris I (application through Paris I Sorbonne) Downlodaded and filled in forms must be stapled and retruned to ENSAAMA in a plastic folder with the required enclosed documents. Application for classe internationale, Erasmus and international exchanges Deadline : 1 June Please note that your portfolios should be online and included in the application form as a link. To apply for "classe internationale", download the application form here : CI CAND 2013.pdf To apply for an Erasmus or international exchange, download the application form here : ERASMUS EXCHANGE CAND 2013.pdf Classe internationale allows ENSAAMA to host free movers who attend classes for a year but do not take the diplomas. Important rules : Classe international is only for non- students Applicants must have at least a three-year higher education degree in arts. Teaching is exclusively in so that a good command of is necessary.. Admission is granted by the school s director according to the selection committee s recommendations. Classe international students join classes according to their level and specialties. ECTS credit allocation based on the student workload needed in order to achieve expected learning outcomes 3

5 ECTS credits have two essential functions: a) transferability (standardized way of credits determination enables their transfer among universities where students complete individual courses b) accumulation (standardized way of credits determination enables the accumulation of individual course credits within a study programme or a study branch with the aim to provide for a quantitative assessment of study duties completion, which is a standard of 60 ECTS credits/year. ECTS credits are based on the scope of a study load required for the completion of the identified learning outcomes. Learning outcomes describe a student s achievements, knowledge, understandings and abilities after the course completion. Study load includes all the learning-based activities aimed at the achievement of the assumed learning outcomes. These are namely lectures, tutorials, independent work, studio sessions, individual and projects, self-study and preparation for exams. 60 ECTS credits are attached to the workload of a fulltime year of formal learning (academic year) and the associated learning outcomes. At ENSAAMA, student workload is about 1,500 hours for an academic year. Credits are allocated by the Director and its «Comité de pilotage», in accordance with the official reference frameworks for national diplomas. These are adapted to the specificities of ENSAAMA. arrangements for academic guidance. The director and vice-director are in charge of study and educational activities while the head on international relations is in charge of ECTS institutional coordination. General information: Mme Ogée, head of international relations: If you need more specific information on one of the studios please contact the following staff: undergraduate programmes : design, M. Rault undergraduate programmes : contemporary crafts, M. Paturange, postgraduate programmes : DSAA, M. Bernard, Master2 Jacques Viénot, Mme Bouyer, 4

6 COURSE CATALOGUE Part 2: Information on degree programmes COURSE STRUCTURE P0STGRADUATE YEAR MA2 JACQUES VIENOT DESIGN STRATEGY for industrial, graphic and architectural designers YEAR 5 YEAR 4 YEAR 3 YEAR 2 YEAR 1 MA IN DESIGN industrial design architectural design graphic design lab spatial and 3D branding fashion and textile innovation BA IN DESIGN Product design Interior design Visual communication 3D communication Ceramics Textile design MA IN CONTEMPORARY CRAFTS Metal Synthetic materials Lacquer Fresco and mosaic Stained glass BA IN CONTEMPORARY CRAFTS Metal Synthetic materials Lacquer Fresco and mosaic Stained glass BA IN DESIGN AND CONTEMPORARY CRAFTS COMMON CORE CURRICULUM 5

7 I. UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES All undergraduate degrees are three-year degrees. The first year is common to all specialties. 6

8 A. BA1 : COMMON CORE CURRICULUM Aims ond outcomes This course allows students with no specific skills in art and design to gain access to undergraduate courses in this area. It is aimed at providing a good foundation in arts, helping students choose the right pathway, and serves as a probationary year for the rest of the undergraduate course. Course content Pace and quantity of work make the foundation course quite a difficult one. The year is divided into three terms during which the students are regularly assessed. Teachers comment on the level achieved by each student in April. Students build up a personal file that will serve as a passport for future applications including those for placements. Entry requirements Admission to the foundation course is granted no more than one year after the completion of secondary education. Selection is based on academic records. After the first year Students do not necessarily stay at ENSAAMA. They can apply for a BTS or DMA in another school. Semesters : 2 ECTS credits: 30/sem qualification awarded : none, L1 level of qualification : Bac +1 Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning (formal, non-formal and informal) Students who have studied applied arts in secondary education may skip this year. Occupational profiles of graduates with examples : n/a examination regulations, assessment and grading : continuous assessment mode of study : full-time programme director or equivalent : Mme Mariette Dupont, vice-director work placement(s) : none 7

9 Semester 1 Hours ECTS Course unit code Course unit /week credits MA Expression & communication 1 2 MA English 2 2 MA Maths 1 1 MA Physics and chemistry 1h 1 1 MA Arts, techniques and civilizations 3 2 MA Sketching 2 2 MA Drawing 4 2 MA Documentary studies 2 2 MA Artistic expression 2 2 MA Modelling 2 2 MA Photographie 2 2 MA D Composition 4 4 MA D Composition 4 4 MA Conventional modes of representation(perspective) Semester 2 1,5 2 31,5 30 Hours ECTS Course unit code Course unit /week credits MA Expression & communication 1 2 MA English 2 2 MA Maths 1 1 MA Physics and chemistry 1 1 MA Arts, techniques and civilizations 3 2 MA Sketching 2 2 MA Drawing 4 2 MA Documentary studies 2 2 MA Artistic expression 2 2 MA Modelling 2 2 MA Photgraphy 2 2 MA D Composition 4 4 MA D Composition 4 4 MA Conventional modes of representation (perspective) 1,5 2 31,5 30 Description of individual course units: Expression and communication MA / MA-0201;02 complusory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 2; S2: 2 Mme Rabouin, M. Lozes, Mme Dahan learning outcomes of the course unit The aim of the course is to widen the students general knowledge and to develo their communication and expression skills both orally and in written documents; (face-to-face, distance learning)8 n/a recommended optional programme n/a course contents, planned learning GENERAL KNOWLEDGE, It implies studying human sciences, litereature and arts and cross assessment methods and criteria examining them as component of culture as a whole. Students study diverse documents and research is essential. Literature and more particularly contemporary and international literature is considered an important component to foster deep thinking, invalidate stereotypes and generate surprise through ambiguity and unexpexted paradoxes. EXPRESSION Written works are produced and assessed. They take the form of 8

10 rigorous and codified analysis and argumantation exercices with language and style as major quality criteria. Students will also produce fiction and study various genres. Oral presentations are also quite important as they require proficiency in research, synthetic and enunciation skills, use of ITs, technical tools and pictures. Oral presentations trigger cultural curiosity and openmindedness and put communication skills to the test. Teaching is very much oriented towards accompanying uses and needs to be applied in professional fields. Hence it is oriented towards learning how to percieve texts and pictures with a critical and autonomous mind. Even though no particular reading is required, reading the press, literary works and theoretical works regurlarly is highly recommended. English MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 2; S2: 2 Pascale Serck and Jean-Paul Le Corre learning outcomes of the course unit Consolidating communication skills and developing knowledge in British and American arts and literature. Students will be able to understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. understand various oral documents on the studied topics. present clear, detailed descriptions on a wide range of subjects related to my field of interest both orally and in writing. interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity, take an active part in discussion, account for and sustain their views. compose a dialogue and play act it. recommended optional programme course contents and planned learning B1/B2 level (CEFRL) All courses are compulsory yet students can attend free access out-ofthe-curriculum night classes if they feel they might complement compulsory courses (nude drawing, lithography, light workshop...) Specialized magazines in English Joselit, David, American Art Since 1945, Thames and Hudson, 2003 Vaughan, William, British Painting, The Golden Age, From Hogarth to Turner, Thames and Hudson, Nikos Stangos (ed.), Concepts of Modern Art From Fauvism to Postmodernism, Thames and Hudson, Read, Herbert, A Concise History of Modern Painting, Thames and Hudson, Dormer, Peter, Design Since 1945, Thames and Hudson, Rosenthal, Norman and Richard Stone, Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection, Thames & Hudson; New edition edition (6 July 1998) Tennessee Williams, Suddenly Last Summer and Other Plays, Penguin Modern Classics, 2009 Suddenly Last Summer [DVD] (2002) Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Katharine Hepburn, Montgomery Clift, et al. Roudané, Matthew C., The Cambridge Companion to Tennessee Williams, Cambridge Companions to Literature, 1997 Murphy, Raymond, English Grammar In Use, Cambridge University Press, new edition Cambridge University Press In Use series English Applied mathematcis MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 1; S2: 1 M. Levy learning outcomes of the course unit Equipping students with the necessary knowledge to study years 2 and 3 topics. (face-to-face, distance learning)8 n/a recommended optional programme n/a course contents, planned learning Whatever option they chose in secondary education, the course will equip students with the necessary knowledge to study the following topics in years 2 and 3 : 9

11 polynomial, rational, exponential functions, the neperian logarithm Trigonometrics, Al Kashi theorem, plane and space. Vectors, centroids, scalar product, vectorial product. equations for planes, lines in the plane... plane curves Bezier curves. n/a Applied sciences MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 1; S2: 1 Mme Verrier, M. Lollivier learning outcomes of the course unit Moving from theory to application class n/a recommended optional programme n/a course contents and planned learning Fundamental knowledge : calculation, methodology Practical culture : applying physics and chemistry to design and contemporary crafts Chemistry 1.1 structure of matter (atoms, molecules, ions) 1.2 quantitative chemistry (mole, molar mass, quantity of matter, balanced chemical equation) 1.3 organic chemistry (main families of hydrocarbons, main oxygenates and nitrogen compounds: alkanes, alkenes, alcohols, carboxylic acids, esters, amines and amides) 1.4 Examples of chemical reactions: - combustion of otganic compounds - addition and polyaddition reactions - oxide-reduction reaction 2 Physics 2.1 geometric optics (propagation, reflexion et refraction) 2.2 Energy (sources, transformation, applications) 3.Materials 3.1 General definition (classes, proprieties) 3.2 Study of an example n/a, two tests. Arts, techniques, and civilisations MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 2; S2: 2 M. Dorothée, Mme Lafond, Mme Libé learning outcomes of the course unit The course aims at developing general knowledge in visual arts and deign through the study of historical and chronological references the delopment of analysis and synthesis skills the development of autonomous and critical thinking skills. Students will be equipped to highlight the artistic and semantic characteristics of a work of art, an object, within its context analyze what infleunced its evolution (historically, socilogically, philosophically, technically, technologically, etc.) develop their creativity and criticize their own work through historical references. Oral, written and graphic presentations are assessed. (face-to-face, distance learning)8 n/a recommended optional programme n/a course contents and planned learning 1. Theory: Chronological and thematic. Developing knowledge as well as the students critical minds. The chronological approach aims at broadening historical references and understanding art in context whereas the thematic approach aims at 10

12 highlighting formal and semantic relations beyond the historical framework. 2. Developing analytical skills research and discussion Works are studied in their context so as to relate the artsits and/or designers intentions to the mediums used. Some subjects: prehistory, marks and traces Comparison with Y. Klein, R. Long and A. Goldsworthy and with photography. The Egyptian civilization and the question of the point of view Comparison with Cubism, Art Brut and D. Hockney s photomontages. statuary art and the question of the single point of view, comparison with Picasso, F. Varini et G. Rousse Greek art, the representation of the body The canon, the nude et history of the nude, in painting, sculpture and photography from the Renaissance onwards. Ancient Greece, from appearence to essence Sculpture, between realism and idealisation. Architecture, harmony of proportions. Aesthetical and historicist comparison with the 19 th c. (Wallace fountains, Gare du nord) : the relation between aesthetics, academicism and industrial techniques. Philosophical comparisons (Platonism) with Abstract Art (Mondrian in particuliar) and conceptual art: debate on the drifts of contemporary art and the new academicism. The Byzantine civilisation, an art of the intangible Image and transcendence: Comparison with Malevitch, Y. Klein and M. Rothko. Space and transcendence: comparisons with gothic stained glass, baroque vaults and Cristal Palace, first immaterial space of the industrial era, J.Nouvel (Fondation Cartier in particulier) et S. Kuramata, «designer of the immateriall». The Italian Renaissance Humanism and its consequences on visual arts. Writings by D. Arasse and J. Castex. Light in pictures from the Middle Ages to Modern art. H. Alekan, Des lumières et des ombres. Vanitas from the baroque to contemporary art Objects in modern and contemporary art New artistic practices in Avant-garde, Pop Art and New Realism. new materials, new concepts history of design from the 50s to the 80s. Arasse Daniel, On y voit rien, descriptions. Paris, Gallimard, col. Folio Essais, Arasse Daniel, Histoires de peintures. Paris, Gallimard, col. Folio Essais, Barthes, Roland, La chambre claire, Gallimard, 1980 Barthes, Roland, L'empire des signes, Points, 2007 Cheng, François, Vide et plein, Seuil, 1979 Clay Jean, De l Impressionnisme à l Art moderne Gombrich, Ernst H. (Sir), Histoire de l art. Paris, Gallimard, 1995 Gombrich, Ernst, Art et illusion, Nathan Université, 1971 Jimenez, Marc, La querelle de l'art contemporain, Paris, Gallimard, col. Folio Essais, 2005 Jimenez, Marc, Qu'est-ce que l'esthétique, Paris, Gallimard, col. Folio Essais, 1997 Kandinsky, Wassily, Du spirituel dans l art et dans la peinture en particulier (1920), Gallimard, 1988 Kandinsky, Wassily, Point, ligne, plan, (1926), Gallimard, 1991 Merleau-Ponty Maurice, L œil et l esprit (1960), Paris, Gallimard, Millet, Catherine, L'art contemporain, Flammarion, 2009 SKETCHING MA / MA (compulsory, compulsory optional) Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 2; S2: 2 M. Daviau, Mme Holzer, M. Durant learning outcomes of the course unit The course aims at developing visual curiosity, observation skills understanding of visual values graphic skills for communication and expression artistic culture 11

13 recommended optional programme course contents and planned learning Group All courses are compulsory yet students can attend free access out-ofthe-curriculum night classes if they feel they might complement compulsory courses (nude drawing, lithography, light workshop...) The drawing class relies on three major techniques observation drawing intention drawing expression drawing Students should draw on a daily basis and their sketch books should accompany them whatever they do. These will be examined by the drawing teachers. Constant practice and experimentation as well as the study of renowned artists works should enable students to use and invent graphic signs that will best express their visions of the world. Cf ATC Nude drawing MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 2; S2: 2 M. Daviau, M. Tourriol, M. Durant, M. Sauvat learning outcomes of the course unit The course is complementary to the outcomes of the drawing course (devlopment of observation skills and visual analysis) while incorporating the techniques acquired in artistic expression (range of formats and mediums, colour included) (face-to-face, distance learning)8 recommended optional programme course contents and planned learning All courses are compulsory yet students can attend free access out-ofthe-curriculum night classes if they feel they might complement compulsory courses (nude drawing, lithography, light workshop...) Students usually are beginners with regards nude drawing so that the course first aims at having them practise observing professional models and representing them in 2D. Short periods of observation (5 to 8 minutes) and the use of chalk, brushes etc. allow them to apprehend movement, propotions, equilibrium in one stroke. Each session consists in 45 minutes of sketching, a 10-minute break, the analysis of the productions and then another 45-minute sketching session. Cf ATC Documentary analyses MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 2; S2: 2 Mme Moser, M. Renard, M. Daviau, M. Durant, Mme Lafond learning outcomes of the course unit The course is complementary to rh drawing class and a-insists on deeper analysis of what is visually studied. It gives students the opportunity to sharpen their gaze as well as experiment with warious modes of expression including colour. (face-to-face, distance learning)8 recommended optional programme course contents and planned learning Students will be equipped to observe, analyze and hierachize the elements of the visible world use the means of expression to represent them. All courses are compulsory yet students can attend free access out-ofthe-curriculum night classes if they feel they might complement compulsory courses (nude drawing, lithography, light workshop...) The course deals with a practical, experimental and sensitive approach of the vivible and its representation. Working on documents, students will represent graphically what they see and understand, including perspective, point of view, framing, clair-obscure, chromatic relations, materials, etc. Multidirectional approaches are encouraged and should combine analysis and synthesis. Optical phenomena are studied as well as their representation through different mediums. Composition and structure are an important element in the course. 12

14 Cf ATC Artistic expression MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 2; S2: 2 Mme Rivaux, M. de la Chapelle, M. Loiret learning outcomes of the course unit recommended optional programme course contents and planned learning The course aims at developing diverse artistic skills, becoming proficient in basic techniques and fundamental know-how as well as being able to reference one s work. Analysis, formal and experimentation skills are developed as well as imagination sensitivity and curiosity through either one-shot or severalsession exercices. All courses are compulsory yet students can attend free access out-ofthe-curriculum night classes if they feel they might complement compulsory courses (nude drawing, lithography, light workshop...) Artistic research is done through various mediums. Subjects are meant to understand specific problematics and to question the relation between arts and our environment. Methodological and creative skills are insisted upon so as to grasp what is at stake and adopt different perspectives. 2D and 3D skills are developed and the use of colour is an important oart of the course. Students are often asked to work in between sessions. Longer subjects are divided into three work phases: Research Production Presentation Cf ATC Modeling MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 2; S2: 2 Mme Chadeville, M. Rivière, M. Lopez-Bernal learning outcomes of the course unit The course aims at developing: a plastic language, knowledge and pproficiency in 3D representation skills creativity, cuiriosity, artistic sensitivity, critical skills. recommended optional programme All courses are compulsory yet students can attend free access out-ofthe-curriculum night classes if they feel they might complement course contents and planned learning compulsory courses (nude drawing, lithography, light workshop...) The content of the course mainly consists in developing 3D representation skills through bas-relief or round exercices. directions, dimensions, proportions, scales simple and complexe structures, combinations, rhythm form human, animal, vegetable morphology Assignments are progressive and adapted to the time of each session. Productions are assessed at the end of each session. Students usually use clay as it is easy to use yet because they cannot rework it after a week, they have to be particularly efficient in each session. Live models are often worked with and vistis organized: musée Bourdelle, musée Rodin, Musée d Orsay, Musée du Louvre, Cité de 13

15 l architecture Cf ATC + Rodin; l'art entretiens avec Gsell éditions Grasset Jean letourneur: le modelage et le modelage du corps humain éditions Dessain et Tolra. "Le primitivisme dans l'art du XXème siècle", de W. Rubin. Éd. Flammarion. "Le retour de Rodin", de L. Steinberg. Éd. Macula. "Henri Moore, l'atelier". Cat. du Musée Rodin, Paris. "L'atelier de Alberto Giacometti". Cat. du Centre Pompidou, Paris. "Brancusi, film, photographies, images sans fin". Cat. du Centre Pompidou, Paris. "Etienne-Martin". Cat. du Centre Pompidou, Paris. "Un siècle de sculpture anglaise". Cat. de la Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume 2D composition MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 4; S2: 4 M. Libé, Mme Valleran, M. Durant, M. Siard learning outcomes of the course unit The course aims at - developing research and experimentation skills - acquiring basic graphic tools - developing creative and analytical autonomy - broadening one s graphic and artistic culture - becoming aware of the mechanisms of communication through images recommended optional programme course contents and planned learning Specific objectives: developing 2D composition skills acquiring artistic and graphic vocabularies undertsanding the way different elements are used and combined (colours, drawing, forms, textures...) being able to choose and use means of expression, communication and representation consistently. Process/ Skills : Analysis / Intentions / Experimentation / Development / Presentation and communication All courses are compulsory yet students can attend free access out-ofthe-curriculum night classes if they feel they might complement compulsory courses (nude drawing, lithography, light workshop...) The course consists in a series of short exercices that aim at developing creativity, experimentation and communication skills, and in longer exercises that require a more thorough approach.. By the end of the course, students are equipped with creative and methodological skills they can use autonomously. In the exercises, students are asked to manipulate, explore, use the fundamental elements of image composition (whether graphic, photographic, typographic...) as well as the key notions of 2D composition: rhythm, colour, contrast, point of view, framing, visual hierarchy... They also work on Word and image combinations Motifs Expressive typography Images as narratives... Cf ATC 3D composition MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 4; S2: 4 M. Doulain, M. Loiret, M.Choï, M. Rivière learning outcomes of the course unit The course aims at -developing 3D skills 14

16 recommended optional programme 9 course contents and planned learning - analyse and learn the key notions of space and volume - developing genral knowledge in the field - developing research skills - becoming autonomous The creative process is studied progressively and research and analysis are of chief importance. All courses are compulsory yet students can attend free access out-ofthe-curriculum night classes if they feel they might complement compulsory courses (nude drawing, lithography, light workshop...) Students progressively become aware of what is at stake in volume and space through experimentation with simple materials : paper, cardboard, soft wood, clay, styrofoam..., pliage, collage assemblage, modelling, cutting, soldering, sewing etc. dealing with the fundamental notions linked to space and volume such as: axis, directions, composition, balance, scales, light, ergonomics etc. dealing with technical notions doing research and visiting museums and exhibitions Cf ATC Conventional modes of representation MA / MA (compulsory, compulsory optional) Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 2; S2: 2 Mme Cornaille, Mme Chadeville, M. Gaille learning outcomes of the course unit By the end of the course, students should be able to Use the three main types of representation: orthogonal, conical and axonometric projections Understand and represent space and volume and their sensorial elements: shade, light, coloured atmosphere... Choose the most consistent mode of representation depending on their project. recommended optional programme All courses are compulsory yet students can attend free access out-ofthe-curriculum 9 night classes if they feel they might complement course contents and planned learning compulsory courses (nude drawing, lithography, light workshop...) First, the course focuses on modes of representation of space and their codes as well as with the refinement of drawng skills. Through various exercises students progressively become autonomous and capable of choosing the mode(s) of representation that best suit(s )their purpose. This might imply questioning framing, point of view, scale, representation conventions etc. Cf ATC Photography MA / MA compulsory Undergraduate, year 1, semesters 1 and 2 number of ECTS credits allocated S1: 2; S2: 2 Xavier Antini learning outcomes of the course unit Autonomy and Group + tutoring recommended optional programme All courses are compulsory yet students can attend free access out-ofthe-curriculum 9 night classes if they feel they might complement course contents and planned learning compulsory courses (nude drawing, lithography, light workshop...) Cameras have become common tools especially through the development of digital photography. The course aims at having students actually think of what photography is and means. Ecperimentation leads students to discover the fundamental principles, the possiblilities and constraints of the medium. Through thematic exploration, students sharpen their gaze, reflect on their practice and produce meaningful pictures. Class work consists in learning techniques and theory while individual tutoring focuses on the students production. 15

17 Course content technical skills the singularities of photography the gap between the visible and photography Champ, cadrage, hors champ, contrôle de la netteté, de l'exposition Light making meaningful photogaphs history of photography Students will produce: A work An individual work Using what technique(s) they choose. Cf ATC 16

18 B. BA 2 and 3 (semesters 3 to 6): SPECIALIZED YEARS 17

19 B.1. PRODUCT DESIGN Aims and outcomes ICSID definition : «Design is a creative activity whose goal is to determine the formal qualities of industrially manufactured objects. By formal qualities, we do not only mean an object s outward appearance, but more its structural and functional characteristics which make it a coherent whole». Product design is mostly concerned with designing machine-made products in a wide range of areas: mass consumer products, house ware, production tools and these products visual identification system. For example : Vehicles, Machine tools, Electronic and computer equipment, Furniture, Home appliances, Street furniture, Audiovisual and multimedia equipment. Course content The course is composed of a set of complementary modules. It is aimed at developing the students synthetical skills through the study of artistic, scientific, economic and literary subjects. Students develop technical, managerial, marketing, grahic, 3D rendering, and synthetic skills. Two days a week are spent in the studio working on design projects. Career prospects Graduates can choose to work in a design agency or within a creative team in industry under the supervision of a project manager. They can also choose to go into a postgraduate degree, Olivier de Serres s DSAA or at ENSCI (École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industriel «Les ateliers Saint Sabin»), ENSAD (École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs) Semesters: 2 (FY) +4 ECTS credits: 30/sem work placement: end of semester 4, minimum six weeks, usually longer. 18

20 Semesters 1 and 2 See A. COMMON CORE CURRICULUM Semester 3 Course unit Course unit Hours /week ECTS credits code DP Expression & communication 2 1 DP English 2 1 DP Maths 2 1 DP Physics and chemistry 2 1 DP Economics, management & marketing 2 1 DP Design culture 3 2 DP Technology 2 2 DP a Artistic expression 2 2 DP b Modelling 2 2 DP Studio prototyping computer graphics DP Project communication drawing 2 2 Semester 4 TOTAL Course unit Course unit Hours /week ECTS credits code DP Expression & communication 2 1 DP English 2 1 DP Maths 2 1 DP Physics and chemistry 2 1 DP Economics, management & marketing 2 1 DP Design culture 3 2 DP Technology 2 2 DP a Artistic expression 2 2 DP b Modelling 2 2 DP Studio prototyping computer graphics DP wp Work placement n/a 5 DP Project communication drawing 2 2 TOTAL

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