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   "that our sons may be as plants grown up in their youth; that our daughters may be as conerstones, polished after the similitude of a palace" -- Ellen Gold Harmon-White       "The meaning of Education

Basic Information
Instructor------------- Ann Galeon Anolin

e-mail----------------- anngaleon@yahoo.com
Term ----------------    2nd sem  CY 2009-2010

________________________________________________

 

Adventist University of the Philippines

COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

TRADIGITAL FINE ARTS

COURSE SYLLABUS in

Introduction to Humanities (FAHA 220)

General Information

AUP Mission Statement  The Adventist University of the Philippines

exists to provide quality Christian education that facilitates the growth of the students so that they may lead lives that are personally satisfying and may contribute to the welfare of the church and society that sustain them.

Philosophy  The work of education and salvation are one: to restore in man the lost image of his Maker through the harmonious development of his mental, physical, social, and spiritual faculties.

Vision  As a Bible-based institution of higher learning, AUP envisions to become a world-class center of academic and Christian excellence.

I. Course Description

An introductory course on the creative output of man designed to introduce and expose the students to the different arts both in theory and practice: visual, auditory, and the performing arts. It also aims to develop the students' inner life, increase their awareness, apprecation to the state of the arts and culture.

II. Course Objectives

1. To provide students with a general overview of the humanities making them see their own world from many vantage points and help them become better human beings

2. To acquaint students theoretically to the visual, auditory, and the performing arts through the study of types, medium, basic elements, and principles of each form

3. To become aware of his surroundings, and associate them with the man of the past, thereby integrating the two periods together for a better understanding of mankind, and the society he moves in

4. To gain knowledge of how to use time leisurely

5. To familiarize students with both local and foreign arts providing them aesthetic satisfaction and increased understanding of contemporary trends

6. To expose students to the different subject areas: visual arts, literature, poetry, drama, music and dance, architecture, which are concerned with thoughts, creations, and actions of man in the past, and in the present.

III. Course Plan

Content

Week

Requirements

Introduction to course

1

Hand-outs

Significant Concepts

General Overview of the Humanities

Meaning, Importance, and scope of the Arts

 

2

Attendance, course syllabus

Artists

The work of the Creative Artists

The Nature of Art

Art and Beauty

Art and Experiences

Perception and Awareness

Elements of the Visual Arts

Principles of the Visual Arts art activities

Sculpture

Sculptural Techniques Appreciation of sculpture

How to talk about an Artwork

3

Hand-outs, works sheets

Art activities

 

Gallery Visits

Prelimenary Examination

4

Visual Art, Sculpture

Permit

Methods of Presenting the Art Subjects

-realism, abstraction, symbolism, dadaism, futurism, surrealism, expressionism, impressionism

The Meaning of Modern Art

 

5

Hand outs, work sheets

Architecture

Highlights in the progress of architecture Current Trends

The elements of Architecture

Elements of Literature and the combined Arts attendance, lecture, handouts

Classification of Literature

Uses of Literature

Elements of Poetry

Short Story

Essay

Novel

The Drama

6

Examples of of Greatest Architectural works, summary, reaction and conclusion

 

Hand-outs, Activity Sheets

Activity on: E.G White's

"The Great Controversy"

 

 

 

 

 

 

Film Showing

Elements of Music

The Mediums of Music

Dance

Why people dance

Kinds of dancing

 

7

Hand outs, Work sheets

Midterm Examination

8

Work Sheets, Permit

Art, Society, and Culture

Roles of Artists in Cultural progress

Greece, Rome

Medieval Ages and rennaisance

9

Hand outs lecture

Pre-historic art, ancient river civilizations

10

Hand outs, lecture

Greece

Rome

11

Hand outs, lecture

Pre-Final Examination

12

Work Sheet on ancient civilizations

Medieval ages

13

Visual projection

The Rennaisance

14

Hand outs, lecture

Computer Art

15

Demo

Final Examination

16

Examinatiion Sheet

IV. Course Requirements

1.Attendance will be checked regularly. It is the policy of the teacher that attendance is broadly defined as both physical and mental attendance.

2. Prescribed School Uniform and Shoes during regular semester, the student is required to come to class wearing the prescribed school uniform and shoes.

3. Active Class Participation and Assignments/Projects/Educational Field Trips student is expected to actively participate in class discussions and activities. He/she will encouraged to ask questions and/ or share ideas to the class. Assignments/plates are submitted and graded.

4. Quizzes and Examinations. Quizzes will be announced. Examinations will be given according to academic schedule.

5. Readings for each new topic will be provided for every time together with answer sheets. All answer sheets must be submitted on the designated date and time

6. All activities, exercises, plates, must be submitted, and on time or failure of grade may result.V. Methods of Instruction

-Lectures/Discussions

-Creative Projects

-Immersion thru educational field trips

-Film Showing

-Gallery/Museum visits

-Individual AssignmentsVl.Evaluation (averaging of scores garnered)

Attendance

Periodical Exams

Quizzes

Creative Projects

Class ParticipationVll.Textbook/References

1. Sanchez, Custodia, Jao, Paz Abad,. "Introduction to Humanities"; QC Rex Printing Co, Inc. 2001

2. Alfredo Panizo and Rustia, Erlinda; "Intro to Arts Appreciation and Aesthetics an approach to the Humanities"; UST Textbook series

3. Horst Louise, "Modern Dance Forms"; Caroll Russel, 1995

4. Dudley,L and Austin Farcy, "The Humanities"; New York Mc-Graw-Hill Book Co. Inc, 1973.

Available at the University Library

Basic Elements of Humanities*, Centera Fe G 2003

Art Appreciation: intro to the humanities*,Tobato Claudio V 2006

The Humanities throught the arts*, Martin F David 192 2004

Prepared by:

Ann Galeon Anolin

Instructor- Tradigital Fine Arts

Conforme: Reuben Abaya Pagaduan

                      Department Chair

Edwin Balila

Dean, Cast

__________________________________________________________

Adventist University of the Philippines

COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

TRADIGITAL FINE ARTS

COURSE SYLLABUS in

PERSPECTIVE

General Information

AUP Mission Statement  The Adventist University of the Philippines

exists to provide quality Christian education that facilitates the growth of the students so that they may lead lives that are personally satisfying and may contribute to the welfare of the church and society that sustain them.

Philosophy  The work of education and salvation are one: to restore in man the lost image of his Maker through the harmonious development of his mental, physical, social, and spiritual faculties.

Vision  As a Bible-based institution of higher learning, AUP envisions to become a world-class center of academic and Christian excellence.

I. Course Description

Perspective in art is a study of angle and viewpoint of any forms, illustrations and representations. Focuses on

one-point and two-point perspective.

II. Course Objectives1. Develop art students of poroper balance, angle, and viewpoint of a picture

2. Understand the importance of perspective in achieving esthetics in the artworks

3. Learn the one-point and two-point perspective

4. Application of perspective in still lifes, atmospheric theme, abstract design and artworks

III. Course Plan

Content

Week

Requirements

Introduction to course

1

Take notes and purchase supplies

Learn the basic principles in Perspective

-Linear

projection

one point

two-point

optical illusion

-Atmospheric

nature

mountains

 

2

Drawing materials

sketch pad, pencil, ruler, eraser,

pen and ink, pentel pen black

water colour or acrylic colours

Exercisie and Activities on

Horizons, Linear, Eye Level

From lines projected

start to create own designs

5 thumbnail sketches

Linear Perspective

One-point

3

5 thumbnail exercises submit

one will be chosen to finalize

Prelimenary Examination

4

One point perspective applied

drawing materials

permit to take the examination

Two-point Perspectrive

and the Optical illusion

Projecting Lines

Vanishing Points

Atmospheric

5

Thumbnail Sketches of 5

Application of the two-point perspective

in a design

Various Designs generated from a Two-point perspective lessons

6

Design excersises

Scheduled consultation

7

Students will be called one by one

alphabetical order to update them with any missing work or plates, and problems on lessons

Midterm Examination

8

A Plate generated from previous thumbnail sketches

Two-point perspective

Atmospheric

and the use of colours

(acrylic paints)

9

Colours will now be used on plate

exercises

Various Plate exercises

10

Buildings, ornate designs

from the rennaisance period

Continued Plate Exercises

11

Serious plate must be generated from

exercises done

Pre-Final Examination

12

On-the-spot Atmospheric perspective

Still Life: perspective and distortion

-naturalistic perspective sketch

-exageration in height, intesifying

spatial activity

-breakin way from conventinal

perspective, attention is focused on negative spaces

-cubistic, the planes arranged for esthetic dynamics

13

Thumbnail Sketches

Continued Exercises

14

Ready the thumbnail for a final output

Sketches and studies on

stained glass design with perspective

15

submit studies and sketches

Final Examination

16

Stained glass design piece

on a parchment paper in colour

IV. Course Requirements

Attendance is required

Students must bring appropriate supplies with them each week.

Students will record notes given in class in their sketchbook

Students will complete assignment on time, or make arraignments with instructor.

Students are responsible to complete missed assignments by one week after the assignment unless special arrangements are made with the instructor.

V. Grading is based on:

Completion of each assignment on time - if assignments are handed in late, grade will be reduced.

All assignments are due on the day they are assigned or at the beginning of class, the next session.

Demonstrating understanding of concepts and techniques and instructions communicated by instructor

Initiative and effort put into learning and producing quality art - you will get out of the class what you put into it - includes exploring art beyond the assignment when you finish early

Degree of participation in class discussion, critiques and activities

Bringing appropriate supplies and using them during class time

Criteria for Grading the Plates (for minor and major plates)Composition 30%

Execution 30%

Neatness and Presentation 30%

On-time-submission 10%

____

100%

Adjustments will be made according to the needs of the students.

Vll. Textbook/References 1. Micahel Woods; "Perspective in Art" : North Light Books 198, Cincinnati, Ohio

2. Harry Stenberg; "Realistic Abstract Art" Pitman Publishing Corp, New York

3. http://www.one-point-perspective.com/

4. http://cdn-write.demandstudios.com/upload//0000/800/00/6/50806.jpg

Prepared by:

Ann Galeon Anolin

Instructor- Tradigital Fine Arts

Conforme: Reuben Abaya Pagaduan

                     Department Chair

Edwin Balila

 Dean, CAST

_______________________________________________________

 

Adventist University of the Philippines

COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

TRADIGITAL FINE ARTS

COURSE SYLLABUS in

History of Art 1 (FAHU 222)

General Information

AUP Mission Statement  The Adventist University of the Philippines exists to provide quality Christian education that facilitates the growth of the students so that they may lead lives that are personally satisfying and may contribute to the welfare of the church and society that sustain them.

Philosophy  The work of education and salvation are one: to restore in man the lost image of his Maker through the harmonious development of his mental, physical, social, and spiritual faculties.

Vision  As a Bible-based institution of higher learning, AUP envisions to become a world-class center of academic and Christian excellence.

I. Course DescriptionStudy on the History of Philippine Art that, undertakes the culture, traditions, beliefs of Filipinos that influenced the artists and craftsmen to produce works of art leaving a rich visual heritage. Such will include Primitive art, Pre-colonial and Colonial art, Modern Philippine Art, Artists and the current trend.

II. Course Objectives

At the end the course, student is expected to:

Cognitivedemonstrate an understanding and knowledge of and use Philippine styles, of past and present folk and ethnic motifs

discover the richness of the past

be able to use traditional and contemporary forms of expressions in designing artValue

develop the enthusiasm by doing variety of projects

interact socially with colleagues thru art production

express appreciation and value for our very own artistic heritage and begin a conscious effort to promote awareness, conservation and preservation

III. Course Plan

Content

Week

Requirements

Introduction to course

1

Hand-outs,policies,course syllabus

Introduction to Primitive Art

Pottery

Local and Chinese ceramics

Pintados

Philippine Characters or The Alibata

 

 

2,3

Lecture, Individual outputs, artworks

reports

Visual Art

Clothing and Design

Influences

4

Hand-outs, works sheets

Art activities, Explore design concepts

with influence from the past,

individual reports

 

 

 

Prelimenary Examination

4

Examination Sheet

Permit

Architecture

Influence of Western Architecture

Sculpture

Abueva, Napoleon

Tolentino, Guillermo

The Philippine Visual Arts Traditonalists

The Modernists

 

 

5,6,7

Hand outs, work sheets

Lectures, Museum/Gallery visits

 

 

Midterm Examination

8

Permit, Examination Sheet, Output

Paintings

Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo, 1896 Simon Flores y dela Rosa, 1896 Cesar Legaspi

Dela Rosa, Fabian 1928Jose Hoya, 1964 Victorio Edades

9

Lecture, Individual Reports

Vicente Manansala, 1965 Carlos V. Francisco , 1965 Ocampo, Hernando R., 1977 Amorsolo, Fernando 1892-1972

 

 

10

 

 

Lecture, Individual Reports

 

Literature-Theater

and Cinema

Modern Philippine Art and Graphics

 

contemporay artists and their works

the influence of the western world

summary of beginnings of print,graphic making in the Philippines

     

Continued Plate Exercises

11

Serious plate must be generated from

exercises done

Pre-Final Examination

12,13

On-the-spot Atmospheric perspective

Consultations and grade updates

Work plate and desigh exercises

14

Individual consultation

Educational Field trips

15

#1 An educational tour to Major Cultural Agencies of the government; Cultural Center of the Philippines, Filifinas Heritage Library, the National Historical Institute, the National Museum, The National Library, the Records Management and Archives Office, Commission on the Filipino Language, National Commission on Culture and Arts, and Metropolitan Museum

(Reaction paper)

#2 Trips to Intramuros- a glimpse of Western architecture in the Philippines

(Reaction paper)

#3 A visit to exhibit of art works by Filipino artists

(Reaction paper)

Final Examination

16

Submission of Reaction Papers

Painting Output

 

IV. Course Requirements

Attendance will be checked regularly. It is the policy of the instructor that attendance is broadly defined as both physical and mental attendance.

Students are required to come to class wearing the prescribed school uniform and shoes during regular semester.

Individual assignments and reports are required to submit on or before deadline.

Educational trips and visits to heritage sites

V. Methods of Instruction -Lectures/Discussions

-Creative Projects

-Immersion thru educational field trips

-Film Showing

-Gallery/Museum visits

-Individual AssignmentsVl.Evaluation (averaging of scores garnered)

Attendance

Periodical Exams

Quizzes

Creative Projects

Class ParticipationVll. Textbook/References

"Primitive Art": Douglas Fraser - author. Publisher: Doubleday. Place of Publication: Garden City, NY. Publication Year: 1962.

"Philippine Theatre in English" Contributors: Doreen G. Fernandez - author. Journal Title: World Literature Today. Volume: 74. Issue: 2. Publication Year: 2000. Page Number: 318.

"Body, Movement, and Culture: Kinesthetic and Visual Symbolism in a Philippine Community": Sally Ness Ann - author. Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press. Place of Publication: Philadelphia. Publication Year: 1992. Page Number: iii.

"The History of Philippine Civilization as Reflected in Religious Nomenclature": A. L. Kroeber - author. Publisher: American Museum of Natural History. Place of Publication: New York. Publication Year: 1918. Page Number: *.

http://members.tripod.com/philmuseum/natartist.htm

http://www.questia.com

http://www.nlp.gov.ph/

Books available at the University Library:

" Filipino Style" by Tettoni, Liuca Invernizzi C2004

" Designing Filipino: Architecture of Francisco Manosa by Manosa Francisco C2003

"At Home with Filipino Art and Artists" by Hermano, Ma. Alessandra C 2001

"Lugar: Essays on Phillippine heritage and Architecture by Villalon, Augusto F

Prepared by:

Ann Galeon Anolin

Instructor- Tradigital Fine Arts

Conforme: Reuben Abaya Pagaduan

                      Department Chair

Edwin Balila

 Dean, CAST

______________________________________________________

 

Adventist University of the PhilippinesCOLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

TRADIGITAL FINE ARTS

COURSE SYLLABUS in

History of Art 11 (FAHA 412)

General Information

AUP Mission Statement  The Adventist University of the Philippines exists to provide quality Christian education that facilitates the growth of the students so that they may lead lives that are personally satisfying and may contribute to the welfare of the church and society that sustain them. Philosophy  The work of education and salvation are one: to restore in man the lost image of his Maker through the harmonious development of his mental, physical, social, and spiritual faculties.

Vision  As a Bible-based institution of higher learning, AUP envisions to become a world-class center of academic and Christian excellence.

I. Course Description

The course will focus on East and Southeast Asia and beginning with brilliant Bronze Age in China, first Chinese Emperor with its thousand of terra cotta soldiers and then on to Japan’s very different tomb sculpture and Shinto architecture. Soon Bhuddhism, with its stunning sculpture, sweeps from India thru China to Korea and Japan .

Dipping into Southeast Asia, it fosters a different, gentler sculptural style in the remarkable sites of Vietnam , Cambodia , and Indonesia .

Beginning around 1000, the great national styles of China , Korea , and Japan emerge most dynamically in painting and ceramics. Asia ’s commercial and cultural dialogue with the West begins in the 16th century with fascinating results.

II. Course Objectives

1. To learn specific works of Asian art by name, location, historical period and style

2. To understand the historical, Social cultural, religions and philosophical context works

3. To gain an understanding of the character of the nations of Asia by looking at the works of Art and Architecture they have created.

4. To develop knowledge ideas and opinions about Asia that will inform our present and future global interactions.

III. Course Plan

Content

Week

Requirements

Introduction to course

1

Hand-outs,policies,course syllabus

Stone, Bronze Ages in China and Japan

Stone, Bronze Ages in China and Japan

Neolithic Art in China and Japan

Shang to Middle Zhou Dynasties

Late Zhou

2

Lecture, Individual outputs, artworks

reports

Han Dynasty

Kore 3 kingdoms

Japan’s Tumulus

 

3,4

Hand-outs, works sheets

Art activities, Explore design concepts

with influence from the past,

individual reports

 

Prelimenary Examination

4

Examination Sheet

Permit

India’s Bhuddhism

Japan: periods of Japan

-Asuka

- Nara

-Heian

- Kamakura

-Muromachi

-Edo

 

 

5,6,7

Hand outs, work sheets

Lectures, Museum/Gallery visits

Art Designs from these periods

 

 

Midterm Examination

8

Permit, Examination Sheet, Output

South East Asia Art:Vietrnam

9

Lecture, Individual Reports

Cambodia

10,11

 

 

 

 

Pre-Final Examination

12

permit, work sheets

Sri Lanka, Thailand

13

Lecture, individual outputs,

artworks

Indonesia

14

lecture

art production-batik, puppet

 

Final Examination

15

Permit , Examination sheets

IV. Course Requirements

1. Attendance will be checked regularly. It is the policy of the teacher that attendance is broadly defined as both physical and mental attendance
2. Prescribed School Uniform and Shoes during regular semester, the student is required to come to class wearing the prescribed school uniform and shoes.
3. Active Class Participation and Assignments/Projects/Educational Field Trips student is expected to actively participate in class discussions and activities. He/she will encouraged to ask questions and/ or share ideas to the class. Assignments/plates are submitted and graded.
4. Quizzes and Examinations. Quizzes will be announced. Examinations will be given according to academic schedule.

5. Main readings are provided for, and each student will receive a copy together with a question and answer sheets to be answered and submitted on assigned dates. V. Methods of Instruction

-Lectures/Discussions

-Creative Projects

-Immersion thru educational field trips

-Film Showing

-Gallery/Museum visits

-Individual AssignmentsVl.Evaluation (averaging of scores garnered)

Attendance

Periodical Exams

Quizzes

Creative Projects

Class ParticipationVll. Textbook/References

Prepared by:

Ann Galeon Anolin

Instructor- Tradigital Fine Arts

Conforme: Reuben Abaya Pagaduan  

                     Department Chair

                 

Edwin Balila

 Dean, Cast

__________________________________________________________

Adventist University of the PhilippinesCOLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

TRADIGITAL FINE ARTS

COURSE SYLLABUS in

Aesthetics (HSTA 148)

General Information

AUP Mission Statement  The Adventist University of the Philippines exists to provide quality Christian education that facilitates the growth of the students so that they may lead lives that are personally satisfying and may contribute to the welfare of the church and society that sustain them. Philosophy  The work of education and salvation are one: to restore in man the lost image of his Maker through the harmonious development of his mental, physical, social, and spiritual faculties.

Vision  As a Bible-based institution of higher learning, AUP envisions to become a world-class center of academic and Christian excellence.

l. Cousre description
The study of beauty in nature and art of the Philosophical theories context. It also relates
the art to morality; were the purpose of art, on the other hand, is to create something meaningful to man to behave well, to adjust his acts to reason.
II. Course Objectives
A.Cognitive (At the end of the course the student is expected to:

1. undergo the process of aesthetic enjoyment in order to get the most of the order and splendor which the artwork of God, and his created beings surround us
2. acquire basic knowledge on aesthetics, on the level of appreciation first, before criticism.
3. learn the different views of some of the great philosophers on:Art, Nature, and Beauty

B. Value

1. learn to appreciate a work of art –man-made, or of nature
2. be inclined for an understanding of the meaning/reason of the artists purpose/message.
3. relate the morality in art to man’s enjoyment, also that it can be means to elevate man’s thoughts

III. Course Plan

Content

Week

Requirements

Introduction to course

1

Hand-outs,policies,course syllabus

Definition and purpose of Aesthetics

The aspect of Aesthetics

Beauty as a Universal Experience

The Nature of Art

 

2

Lecture, Individual outputs, artworks

reports

The Importance of Beauty in Human Life

Aesthetics and the Related Science

The Aesthetic Pleasure or Enjoyments

3,4

Hand-outs, works sheets

Art activities, discussions and opinions

Assignment and Readings

 

Prelimenary Examination

5

Examination Sheet

Permit

On the Beautiful

-the theory of the beautiful

-the good and the beautiful

-the true and the beautiful

-is everything in nature and art beautiful? why certain things are called ugly?

The knowledge of the Beautiful

-the lower senses,vision snd hearing,imagination,intellect

The Properties of the Beautiful

The categories of the Beautiful

 

 

5,6,7

Hand outs, work sheets

Lectures, Museum/Gallery visits

Art production: Turning the useless and ugly into an aesthetically useful work of art.

 

 

 

Midterm Examination

8

Permit, Examination Sheet, Output, Exhibition, Critique

Problems in Aesthetics

Theories in Art

9

Lecture, Individual Reports

is there any conflict between the works of art and morality?

The Modern Scene

10,11,13

 

 

Interaction, lecture, reports, museum and gallery visits

Pre-Final Examination

14

Permit, Art Production

The Meaning of Modern Art

15

Research, out puts

One book biography to be read, i.e:

Vincent Van Gogh, Oscar Wilde, Dorian Gray, Emily Carr, Georgia O'keffee, Edades...

The Great Philosophers on: Art, Nature, and Beauty

14

Individual Reports

Final Examination

15

Art Prodcution: Totem Poles at the Art Park

IV. Course Requirements

1. Attendance will be checked regularly. It is the policy of the teacher that attendance is broadly defined as both physical and mental attendance. Therefore, students who choose to read unrelated materials or talk about unrelated matters are considered not attending class.
2. Prescribed School Uniform and Shoes during regular semester, the student is required to come to class wearing the prescribed school uniform and shoes.
3. Active Class Participation and Assignments/Projects/Educational Field Trips student is expected to actively participate in class discussions and activities. He/she will encouraged to ask questions and/ or share ideas to the class. Assignments/plates are submitted and graded.
4. Examinations will be given according to academic schedule. . 6. An output/production is required by the end of the semester and students are required to exhibit their works. 7. All activities, exercises, plates, must be submitted, and on time or failure of grade may result.

V. Grading is based on:

Completion of each assignment on time - if assignments are handed in late, grade will be reduced.

All assignments are due on the day they are assigned or at the beginning of class, the next session.

Demonstrating understanding of concepts and techniques and instructions communicated by instructor

Initiative and effort put into learning and producing quality art - you will get out of the class what you put into it - includes exploring art beyond the assignment when you finish early

Degree of participation in class discussion, critiques and activities

Bringing appropriate supplies and using them during class time

Vl. Criteria for Grading the Plates (for minor and major plates)Composition 35%

Subject and meaning 35%

Presentation 20%

On-time-submission 10%

Vll. Textbook/Reference
1. Maiano M. Ariol, "Art Appreciation" C&E Publications 2008

2.Parker, Dewitt; "Principles of Aesthetics" FS Crofts Co. Inc 1984

3. Alfredo Panizo and Rustia, Erlinda ;Intro to Arts Appreciation and Aesthetics an approach to the Humanities; UST textbook series

4. Dudley, L. and Austin, Faricy ;The Humanities; New York McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc 1973

Prepared by:

Ann Galeon Anolin

Instructor- Tradigital Fine Arts

Conforme: Reuben Abaya Pagaduan

                     Department Chair

Edwin Balila

Dean, Cast

 

 

 

Adventist University of the Philippines

COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

TRADIGITAL FINE ARTS

COURSE SYLLABUS in

Art Education

General Information

AUP Mission Statement  The Adventist University of the Philippines

exists to provide quality Christian education that facilitates the growth of the students so that they may lead lives that are personally satisfying and may contribute to the welfare of the church and society that sustain them.

Philosophy  The work of education and salvation are one: to restore in man the lost image of his Maker through the harmonious development of his mental, physical, social, and spiritual faculties.

Vision  As a Bible-based institution of higher learning, AUP envisions to become a world-class center of academic and Christian excellence.

I. Course Description

A study in the education of art from the perspective of DBAE (Discipline Based Art Education) including studies on the different theories on art education, and its importance on the students learning process. With emphasis on hands-on production on visual arts, multi-media, and art appreciation.

ll. Course Objectives

General

1. To provide students knowledge and understanding on the DBAE approach on art education

2. To acquaint students theoretically to the visual through the study pf types, medium, basic elements, and principles of design, and theories on art education

3. To let the students become aware of his surroundings letting them understand that art is present everywhere, be it man-made or the working of a Great Creator through nature, and that it can be a source or tool/instrument for instruction

Specific

1. To equip students with knowledge and skill on how to teach art creatively and effectively through hands-on production, infusing the DBAE approach

2. Understand what is Disciplined Based art Education

3. Study the various art education theories

4. Cultivate a sense of appreciation on God-given talent on each individual and the works of art around them and the endless possibilities they can produce for the use, appreciation, and enjoyment of others.

III. Course Plan

Content

Week

Requirements

Introduction to course

1

Hand-outs,policies,course syllabus

The DBAE Explained Aesthetics

purpose

meaning and nature of art

beauty, experiences, perception

and awareness

 

2,3

Lecture, notes taking

Language of Art: Elements and principles of design and art

Viktor Lowenfeld's Theory on Art Education

4,5

Out put

 

Lecture

Prelimenary Examination

5

Permit examination, Examinations Sheets

Art forms: visual, auditory, and performing arts

Style or the "isms" in artThe Meaning of Modern Art

Art production

6

 

7

 

 

8

Hand-outs, works sheets

Art activities, Explore design concepts,

Film/Movie Show

Art works, two dimensional, three

dimensional

Hand outs, work sheets

Lectures, Museum/Gallery visits,

Art materials--TBA

 

Midterm Examination

8

Permit, Examination Sheet, Output

How to Talk about an artork

The Meaning of Modern Art

Art production

9

10

11

Lecture, Individual Reports

Art works, draw,

sketch, design

colour

exercises, letter cuttings,

lettering, posters

Continued Plate Exercises

11

Serious plate must be generated from

exercises done

Pre-Final Examination

12

Theory in Art

Art

Society, and Culture

Roles of Artists in Cultural progress

Philippine Art

Technology in Art

13

14

15

Lecture,

Reports

Individual Outputs

Photoshop Demo

(invited Senior student from Fine Arts)

Individual: How Technology enhanced

your experience/s on the visual art

Final Examination

16

Detailed Lesson Plan

Presentation of Lesson Plan with the material/tools (art) as aid to learning and instructing

IV. Course Requirements

1. Attendance will be checked regularly. It is the policy of the teacher that attendance is broadly defined as both physical and mental attendance.
2. Prescribed School Uniform and Shoes during regular semester, the student is required to come to class wearing the prescribed school uniform and shoes.
3. Active Class Participation and Assignments/Projects/Educational Field Trips student is expected to actively participate in class discussions and activities. He/she will encouraged to ask questions and/ or share ideas to the class. Assignments/plates are submitted and graded.
4. Examinations will be given according to academic schedule. 5. An output/production is required by the end of the semester and students are required to exhibit their works. 7. All activities, exercises, plates, must be submitted, and on time or failure of grade may result.

V. Methods of Instruction

-Lectures/Discussions

-Creative Projects

-Film Showing

-Gallery/Museum visits

-Individual Assignments

Vl. Evaluation

Attendance

Periodical Exams

Quizzes

Creative Projects

Class Participation

Criteria for Grading the

Creative projects

Subjects and meaning 40

Composition/Technique 30

Neatness and Presentation 20%

On-time-submission 10%

____

100%

Adjustments will be made according to the needs of the students.

Vll. Textbook/References

1. Discovering Art, Experiencing Art, by Pearl Ortega

Understanding Art Brenda Fajardo

Experiencing Art Zenaida Xavier

Appreciating Art A. Perez

2. Pagaduan, Reuben Abaya "Faith and Learning through the Arts"

2003 AUP Digital Fine Arts

3.Colour desigh workbook:- a real-world guide to using colour by Stone,

Terry Lee 2006

4. Exploring the Basic of Drawing by Vebell Victoria 2005

Available at the University Library

- Art Education11-18 meaning, purpose, direction Sentance Bryan 2004

Prepared by:

Ann Galeon Anolin

Instructor- Tradigital Fine Arts

Conforme: Reuben Abaya Pagaduan

                   Department Chair

Edwin Balila

 Dean, Cast

_______________________________________________________

Adventist University of the Philippines

COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

TRADIGITAL FINE ARTS

COURSE SYLLABUS in

Advertising Principles (Marketing Communications Approach)

General Information

AUP Mission Statement  The Adventist University of the Philippines

exists to provide quality Christian education that facilitates the growth of the students so that they may lead lives that are personally satisfying and may contribute to the welfare of the church and society that sustain them.

Philosophy  The work of education and salvation are one: to restore in man the lost image of his Maker through the harmonious development of his mental, physical, social, and spiritual faculties.

Vision  As a Bible-based institution of higher learning, AUP envisions to become a world-class center of academic and Christian excellence.

I. Course Description

The course covers the introduction to marketing systems-its nature, elements, gives introduction on what "marketing really is". Includes the Product in its development process, channels of distribution, promotional mixes, with emphasis on advertising. Also includes an overview on consumer education within the Philippine context , and the global marketing.

II.Course Objectives

At the of the semester, the students are expected to:

1. acquire knowledge and understanding on the Principles of Advertising based on Marketing Communications Appraoch

2. consider and observe current trends in contemporary marketing and advertising

3. encourage students creativity in developing advertising and promo ideas that is anchored on "values", and not just to sell and make profit

4. understand that marketing and advertising are indespensible tools in the field of selling goods, products and ideas.

5. learn of the other tools for marketing, including the promotional mixes, and elements involved

6. acquire and demonstrate values, positive ideas, and attitude as a channel to preserve society from degeneracy in this contemporary world of consumerism, brought about but the various influences and one of the major is the media.

 

lll. Course Plan

Content

Week

Requirements

Introduction to course

1

Hand-outs,policies,course syllabus

Introduction to Advertsing

Nature and Scope *Advertising and Sales Hexagon *Classifications of Advertising *Stages in the Advertising Cycle *The Advertsing Dept.-A- Client *The Advertising Agency *The Advertsing Theme

The Advertsing Media: Braodcast *Radio Advertising *Production Television Advertising *Script Development *Visual Techniques for Television Commercial

Elements of Production *Buying Television Time

 

 

2

3

 

4

Lecture, notes and

hand-outs

Lecture, visual examples, works of the

professional and non

questions on yelow paper

anwer sheets

vv

Prelimenary Examination

5

Permit, Examination Sheet

Advertising Media: Print

Newspaper Advertising *Magazine

Parts of Print Advertising *Writing Copy *Visual Focus *Psychological)Impact of Colour *The Print Production*Types of Printing Process

The Advertising Media: Out-of-Home and Direct Response *Outdoor Advertising *Forms of Outdoor Advertising *Transit Advertising *Direct Response Advertising *Direct Response Media *Direct Mail *Home Television Shopping *Telephone Marketing

Electronic Business-Internet Advetising

Measuring Effectiveness of the Internet

The Website

The Basic Media Strategy

 

 

 

6,7

8,9

10

Hand outs, work sheets

Lectures,

 

 

An Educational Fieldtrip at the

Philippine Publishing House

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Midterm Examination

10

Permit, Examination Sheet, Output

Other Elements of Marketing Communication/Promotional Mix

Sales Promotion *Sales Promotion Devices *Public Relations and Publicity *Areas of Public Relations Program Publicity *Personal Selling *Combining Personal Selling with other Promotional Mixes Elements *Point-of-Purchase Advertising

Prelimenary Examinatrion

12

13

 

Permit, Answer Sheets

Directories and Yellow pages Advertising and Its Legal Environment Advertsing Organizations*AdBoard *Assoc. of Accredited Advert *Agencies Philippines *PANA *Advertising Suppliers Assoc. of the Phil. *United Print Group *CAAP *Independent Blocktimers Assoc. of the Philippines *Outdoor Advertising Assoc. of the PHil. *Marketing and Opinion Reseach Society of the Philippines

-Senate Bill No. 1714:"An Act Regulating the Placement of Billboard Signs"

 

 

14

15

16

Consultations, Final Photo to be framed

and submitted

Final Examination

17

Perit, Submit requirement

Textbook/References

1. Ruby F. Almira-Mutya "Elements of Marketing" 3rd ed. 2000 National Bookstore Mandaluyong

2. "Art and Advertising" Bk2 Anvil Publishing Inc 2000 Philippines

3. Ruby F. Almira-Mutya "Advertising Principles" 2007 National Bookstore

IV. Course Requirements

1. Attendance will be checked regularly. It is the policy of the teacher that attendance is broadly defined as both physical and mental attendance.
2. Prescribed School Uniform and Shoes during regular semester, the student is required to come to class wearing the prescribed school uniform and shoes.
3. Active Class Participation and Assignments/Projects/Educational Field Trips student is expected to actively participate in class discussions and activities. He/she will encouraged to ask questions and/ or share ideas to the class. Assignments/plates are submitted and graded.
4. Examinations will be given according to academic schedule.

5. All activities, exercises, plates, must be submitted, and on time or failure of grade may result.

V. Evaluation

Initiative and effort put into learning and producing quality art - you will get out of the class what you put into it - includes exploring art beyond the assignment when you finish early

Attendance                                                     

Periodical Exams

Creative Projects

Assigned Activities

Criteria for Grading the Plates (for minor and major plates)

Composition,Subject matter 50%

(persuasion,content,layout)

Neatness and Presentation 40%

On-time-submission 10%

____

100%

Prepared by:

Ann Galeon Anolin

Instructor- Tradigital Fine Arts

Conforme: Reuben Abaya Pagaduan

                   Department Chair

Edwin Balila

 Dean, CAST

____________________________________________________________

Adventist University of the Philippines

COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

TRADIGITAL FINE ARTS

COURSE SYLLABUS in

Photojournalism

General Information

AUP Mission Statement  The Adventist University of the Philippines

exists to provide quality Christian education that facilitates the growth of the students so that they may lead lives that are personally satisfying and may contribute to the welfare of the church and society that sustain them.

Philosophy  The work of education and salvation are one: to restore in man the lost image of his Maker through the harmonious development of his mental, physical, social, and spiritual faculties.

Vision  As a Bible-based institution of higher learning, AUP envisions to become a world-class center of academic and Christian excellence.

I. Course Description

An intorduction of interrelation of subject matter, concept,and technique in picture telling story with thje use of photography

II.Course Objectives

1. Able to take good pictures that tells a story

2. Show in shots pictures that could communicate

3. Capture and deliver emotional and visual impact

4. Develop the students creative ideas in terms of photographic symbols

5. Develop camaraderie between classmates and other people who will be involved as trhwey undergo the course

6.Appreciate unity, empathy, with others as they take and record on the spot the human drama

lll. Course Plan

Content

Week

Requirements

Introduction to course

1

Hand-outs,policies,course syllabus

Lecture: how to take pictures that tells a story

creation of a meaningful photograph

gadget: a camera

qualities of a good photograph

subjective control in photography

unphotogenic qualities

photographer's objective

theory of making a photograph

symbols 0f photography

 

2

3

 

4

Lecture, notes and

hand-outs

Lecture, visual examples, works of the

professional and non

questions on yelow paper

anwer sheets

 

Prelimenary Examination

Theme:Happiness, Angst, Desperation

5

Examination Sheet

Permit. Out door shoots, camera

 

Consultation of four times within the midterm period is required and graded. Photo shoots are showed.

Major lecture

Photo shoots

 

 

6,7

8,9

10

Hand outs, work sheets

Lectures, Museum/Gallery visits

A major leture on creative photography must be attended by each student

Theme: Humor

The Human Body

Midterm Examination

10

Permit, Examination Sheet, Output

Consulttion of four times throughout the period is required and graded. Photo shoots are showed for critique and consultation

11

12

Lecture, Individual Reports

 

Pre-Final Examination

12

Permit, Answer Sheets

Theme: The Human Drama

Street and By-way

happenings

 

13

15

16

Consultations, Final Photo to be framed

and submitted

Final Examination

17

Permit, Submit requirement

 

References:

1.Irving Fann, "Pictures: Tool of Communication" St. Paul Martin Press 1993

2.Lionel Feigninger, "The Creative Photographer" Prentice HallInc 1980

books avalable at the university library;

-John Hedgecoe's New Introductory Photography Course, John Hedgecoe 2995

-Langford's 'guide to better pictures for film and digital camera users, Langford. Michael 2005

IV. Course Requirements

1. Attendance will be checked regularly. It is the policy of the teacher that attendance is broadly defined as both physical and mental attendance.
2. Prescribed School Uniform and Shoes during regular semester, the student is required to come to class wearing the prescribed school uniform and shoes.
3. Active Class Participation and Assignments/Projects/Educational Field Trips student is expected to actively participate in class discussions and activities. He/she will encouraged to ask questions and/ or share ideas to the class. Assignments/plates are submitted and graded.
4. Examinations will be given according to academic schedule.

6. An output/production is required by the end of the semester and students are required to exhibit their works.

7. All activities, exercises, plates, must be submitted, and on time or failure of grade may result.

V. Evaluation

Initiative and effort put into learning and producing quality art - you will get out of the class what you put into it - includes exploring art beyond the assignment when you finish early

Attendance                                                     

Periodical Exams

Creative Projects

Assigned Activities

Criteria for Grading the Plates (for minor and major plates)

Composition,Subject matter 50%

(picture that tells a story)

Neatness and Presentation 40%

On-time-submission 10%

____

100% Prepared by:

Ann Galeon Anolin

Instructor- Tradigital Fine Arts

Conforme: Reuben Abaya Pagaduan

                    Deparetment Chair

Edwin Balila

Dean , CAST

________________________________________________________

 

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