The Post-Graduation in Sound Art and Media Art aims to equip students with the following knowledge and skills:
a) Provide in-depth knowledge of technical skills, languages, genres, concepts, theoretical directions, methodologies and research sources in the field of sound art;
b) Enable a thorough approach to the academic and historical fields of sound art from a technocultural perspective;
c) Acquire skills that enable lifelong learning and autonomy in decision making regarding the technologies and methodologies to be applied in an informed process of production and creation;
d) Provide formal and technical knowledge, in the conceptual and technological domains, in relation to sound, technology, means of production and experimentation;
e) Master the knowledge in sound art that allows the attainment of the necessary skills for a qualitative intervention in the areas of artistic practice, production, research, teaching, analysis, and programming.
*The timetable will be arranged according to the preference of the majority of students.
|Área Científica||Sigla||Créditos Obrigatórios||Créditos Optativos|
|UNIDADES CURRICULARES||ÁREA CIENTÍFICA||TIPO||TOTAL||CONTATO||CRÉDITOS|
|HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SOUND ART||TCA||S1||250||T:30 OT:15||10|
|SOUND PRODUCTION: RECORDING AND DIGITAL SOUND PRODUCTION||TP||S1||250||T:30 OT:15||10|
|LAB I - SOUND ART||TP||S2||250||T:30 OT:15||10|
|SEMINARS II - PRODUCTION||TCA||S2||250||S:45||10|
|LAB II - SOUND PRODUCTION||TP||S2||250||T:30 OT:15||10|
In addition to the teaching staff listed below, the course will include a significant number of professional and academic guests recognised in the field of Sound Art.
Faculty: André Rangel, Eduarda Neves, Hugo Paquete, Jaime Reis, João Cruz, Jorge Miguel Santos, Luis Antunes Pena e Maite Camacho.
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