MOME - Moholy Nagy Művészeti Egyetem

   

 
Ceramic Design BA
6 semesters
180 credits

Ceramic Design BA programme aims at training creative professionals who can design and create individual objects, small and large series products and sets, as well as preparing students for the master programme. The main pillars of the curriculum are theory-based workshop and studio activities, firing and kiln workshops. Students of BA programme are expected to have strong 3D and 2D drawing skills, a good sense of proportion, form, and creative approach. Led by internationally recognized artists, a 3 years long creative visual education introduces students into ceramic design techniques and methods. It offers basic training in studio ceramics and design applications, making material realization of designs possible. The curriculum is enriched by international competitions and exhibitions, cooperative projects involving various departments of the university, firing practices and summer workshops, and a lively community spirit.

Course list

SEMESTER 1

Ergonomics 1
Form Studies 1
Chronological Art History
Sculpture / Dimensional Studies 1
Etnography
Proseminar: Introduction to Theoretical Studies
Drawing / Painting 1
Design Basics 1

SEMESTER 2

Ergonomics 2
Form Studies 2
Ceramics Technology 1
Design Basics 2
History of Ceramics
Lab 1
Sculpture / Dimensional Studies 2
Project Description
Drawing / Painting 2

SEMESTER 3

Ceramics Techniques 1
Ceramics Technology 2
Ceramics Design 1
Lab 2
Sculpture / Dimensional Studies 3
Drawing / Painting 3

SEMESTER 4

Ceramics Techniques 2
Ceramics Technology 3
Ceramics Design 2
Sculpture / Dimensional Studies 4
Drawing / Painting 4

SEMESTER 5

Ceramics Technology 4
Ceramics Technology Lab and Comprehensive Exam
Product Design 1
Studio Ceramics 1
Ceramics Techniques 3
Object Production 1

SEMESTER 6

Product Design 2
Studio Ceramics 2
Ceramics Techniques 4
Object Production 2

*Besides the compulsary subjects, the completion of a number of alternative subjects (theoretical studies, speciality subjects) and free elective subjects, specified in the syllabuses, are necessary for completing the training.

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