Bachelor of Fine Arts

This area of study allows you to freely express your imagination to produce an art works of both painting and sculpture. It will compliment your on-going individual works such as; life painting, linear perspective or focusing on the depiction of figure and objects in space, body painting, and many others of sculpturing.

This is a studio-based program of study where you will gain practical skills and knowledge of a wide range of materials whilst questioning and exploring the possibilities of painting and sculpturing today. Through a series of lectures, seminar, discussions, and tutorials you will have the opportunity to explore a variety of ideas surrounding art practice. You will also provided a wide range of opportunities to be involved in several important events and exhibitions such as Bali Biennale,  Sidik Jari Meusem, Ubud Galleries, and many other.

You will know how your art works are installed, received and understood by participating in an external exhibition with students from across our fine art programs. This program of study allows you to thoroughly explore fine art in a broader art context and is centered on making work and investigating a full range of painting and sculptural materials.

Painting and sculpture in our fine art program of study fosters an enquiring and experimental approach to painting and sculpturing practice, its histories, traditional and contemporary context. This program of study promotes painting and sculpture for purpose. It focuses on process, ideas and dialogues that communicating ideas to the public.

This program of study aims to bring together a range of practices can be explored, and new methodologies can be developed. Your work will be underpinned by a dynamic studio-based culture where you will rigorously investigate the potential of materials. Practical work is complemented by a range of activities such as seminar, critiques, talks and gallery visits led by lecturers, international practitioners, artists and curators.

You will develop your skills through experimentation and instruction by professional lecturers. You will study in a dynamic environment where you will be challenged through dialogue with highly engage artists and curators. You will explore a range of strategies with a view to defining a personal methodology for painting and sculpturing, and will identify a relevancy and process for articulating a personal view or idea.

You are asked to consider what a socially engage art practice might be and to reflect on how artworks are received by specific audiences and operate in the world. They may return to their original disciplines but with a deeper understanding of the role of painting and sculpturing as a creative, generative and transformative language. Graduates will have sufficient theoretical understanding toward master study or develop their careers.

Many graduates are now working successfully in studio practice. In the past our students have worked with galleries, however, this program of study prepares you for progression into a range of careers such as; practicing exhibiting artist, curator, artist assistant, arts management, gallery educator, teacher,  or freelancer/entrepreneurial creative.

Course Distribution

First Semester

No Codes Courses Painting Credits Sculpture Credits
1 ISI 101 Pancasila (Indonesian National Ideology) Education 2 2
2 ISI 103 Bahasa Indonesia 2 2
3 SRD 101 Two Dimensional Nirmana 2 2
4 SRD 103 Line Drawing 2 2
5 SRD 105 Balinese Ornament 2 2
6 LKS 101 Landscape Scatching 2 -
7 PTG 101 Traditional Sculpture of Kekarangan - 2
8 SRM 107 Socio-Cultural Science 2 2
9 LKS 103 Landscape Painting 4 -
10 PTG 103 Basics of Sculpture - 4
11 SRM 109 Knowledge of Tourism 2 2
    Credit Amount 20 20

 

Second Semester

No Codes Courses Painting Credits Sculpture Credits
1 ISI 102 Civic Education 2 2
2 ISI 104 Religious Education 2 2
3 ISI 106 English 2 2
4 SRD 102 Three Dimensional Nirmana 3 3
5 SRD 104 Perspective Drawing 3 3
6 SRD 106 Ornament of Indonesian Archipelago 3 3
7 LKS 102 Scatching of Life Activity 3 -
8 PTG 102 Demigod Forms of Traditional Sculpture - 3
9 LKS 104 Tangible Painting 4 -
10 PTG 104 Model Sculpturing - 4
    Credit Amount 22 22

 

Third Semester

No Codes Courses Painting Credits Sculpture Credits
1 ISI 203 Aesthetics 2 2
2 ISI 201 Cultural Science 2 2
3 SRM 203 History of Western Classical Fine Art 2 2
4 SRD 201 Balinese Art and Culture 2 2
5 SRM 209 Model Drawing 3 3
6 LKS 203 Creative Scetch 3 -
7 PTG 301 Sylicon Reproduction - 3
8 SRM 207 Classic Painting of Balinese Puppet Figure 2 2
9 SRM 205 Knowledge of Material 2 2
10 LKS 201 Figural Painting 4 -
11 PTG 201 Reallist Sculpture - 4
    Credit Amount 22 22

 

Fourth Semester

No Codes Courses Painting Credits Sculpture Credits
1 ISI 202 Philosophy of Art 2 2
2 ISI 204 Research Methodology 2 2
3 SRM 202 History of Western Modern Fine Art 2 2
4 SRD 202 Semiothics 2 2
5 SRM 206 Epic of Balinese Classical Paintinng 3 3
6 SRM 208 Monumental Art 2 2
7 SRM 210 History of Oriental Fine Art 2 2
8 SRM 204 Body Part Plastical Anatomy 2 2
9 LKS 204 Modern Painting 4 -
10 PTG 204 Abstract Sculpture - 4
    Credit Amount 21 21

 

Fifth Semester

No Codes Courses Painting Credits Sculpture Credits
1 ISI 303 Seminar 2 2
2 SRM 307 Creative Experiment 2 2
3 SRM 305 Whole Body Plastical Anatomy 2 2
4 SRM 301 Entrepreneurship 2 2
5 ISI 301 Knowledge of Intellectual Property Right 2 2
6 SRD 301 History of Indonesian Fine Arts 2 2
7 SRM 303 Traditional Painting 3 -
8 PTG 303 Metal Reproduction - 3
9 LKS 305 Batik Art 2 -
10 PTG 305 Multymedia - 2
11 LKS 303 Contemporary Painting 4 -
12 PTG 303 Innovative Sculpture - 4
    Credit Amount 21 21

 

Sixth Semester

No Codes Courses Painting Credits Sculpture Credits
1 ISI 304 History of Art and Culture 2 2
2 ISI 302 Art Management 2 2
3 SRM 302 Fine Art Critics 3 3
4 SRM 304 History of Indonesian Modern Fine Art 2 2
5 SRM 306 Scientific Writting 3 3
6 SRM 308 Creation Method 3 3
7 SRM 310 Art Instalation 3 3
8 SRD 302 Visual Aesthetic 2 2
    Credit Amount 20 20

 

Seventh Semester

No Codes Courses Painting Credits Sculpture Credits
1 ISI 401 Profession Oriented Study (Field Work) 3 3
2 SRD 401 Field Practice 3 3
3 SRM 401 Workshop 3 3
4 SRM 409 Art Review 3 3
    Credit Amount 12 12

 

Eighth Semester

No Codes Courses Painting Credits Sculpture Credits
1 ISI 402 Final Task 6 6
    Credit Amount 6 6
    Total Credit within 8 (Eight)  semesters 144 144