Visual and Material Culture: Course

In theory: the final project

Frenkel Alroy Tal, Dr., Semester 1, Sunday, 10:30-12:00
Frenkel Alroy Tal, Dr., Semester 2, Sunday, 10:30-12:00
Kraizberg Michal, Dr., Semester 1, Sunday, 12:30-14:00
Kraizberg Michal, Dr., Semester 2, Sunday, 14:30-16:00
What is the meaning of a final project? In what contexts does it operate? What are the relations between personal and independent thinking to historical, cultural, and local contexts? What are the theoretical research tools for a final project and how do they motivate and promote it? What is professional ethics, and how do you write a research essay?The course will accompany fourth-year student projects in the Department of Jewelry and Fashion, will offer tools for research and support each student's theoretical and conceptual research. The course will be conducted through group and individual meetings.In the first semester, the course will deal with student research in a class and individual manner to promote the theoretical research of each of the student's final project.In the second semester, our guidance will focus on providing tools, approaches and methods for writing an artist's statement, and for writing a structured and edited research essay that summarizes the final project they have done.