Bachelor of Art Crafts

Art Crafts is aimed for students with well developed hands-on workshop skills who seek to develop a critical and reflective approach to their practice. Crafting and learning are intertwined and through a contextual program, you will explore the detail of the art craft within all aspect of the contemporary culture and society.

The art craft students come from applied arts, fine art and design backgrounds, including visual communication, interior design, and fashion design. You will develop an innovative studio practice through exploring new and existing materials and processes. Through the development of a personal project, you will critically engage with contemporary debates in applied arts, design and object based art and explore collectively the meaning of art craft and human object relationship. A wide range of work will be produced during the program and for the final purposes.

On the program of study you will be asked to consider the broadest applications of technique and material within a craft skilled oriented culture. We encourage you to think, through the object of expression, how these uses effect our perception of craft culture. You will be asked to think about the art craft as both woods and ceramics. Our excellent technical staff will introduce you to the real studio processes, advanced alternative casting, shaving, finishing management and much more. One-to-one technical support provides invaluable opportunities to develop specific skills.

You will be asked to test and explore the creative possibilities and limit of the medium, and will be encouraged to develop approaches that feed new and innovative ways of working. You will investigate method through which your work reaches its audience, from physical installation, exhibition, and publication, to new media and web. Thought by prominent artists, critics, curator and publisher, you will be offered opportunities, to develop new ideas, and approaches whilst developing professional contacts and an independent practice. This program of study prepares you for job in arrange of professional and commercial environments. Recent graduates have been selected for and have exhibited in major Indonesian competitions and exhibitions. This program of study provides you with an extensive opportunities.

Course Distribution

 


First Semester

No Codes Courses of Wood and Ceramic Credit
1 ISI 101 Pancasila (Indonesian National Ideology) Education 2
2 ISI 105 Bahasa Indonesia 2
3 SRD 101 Two Dimensional Nirmana 2
4 SRD 103 Line Drawing 2
5 SRD 105 Balinese Ornament 2
6 KRS 101 Knowledge of Craft Material 2
7 KRS 105 Auto CAD Computer Design 2
8 KRS 103 Three Dimensional Drawing 2
9 KRS 109 Craft Technology 2
10 KRS 107 Basics of Design 2
11 KRS 111 Finishing and Packaging 2
    Credit Amount 22

 

Second Semester

No Codes Courses of Wood and Ceramic Credit
1 ISI 102 Civic Science 2
2 ISI 104 Religious Education 2
3 ISI 106 English 2
4 SRD 102 Three Dimensional Nirman 2
5 SRD 104 Perspective Drawing 2
6 SRD 106 Nusantara (Indonesian Archipelago) Ornament 3
7 KRS 102 Knoledge of Wood and Ceramic Material 2
8 KRS 106 3G Computer Design 2
9 KRS 104 Drawing of Construction 2
10 KRS 108 Entrepreneurship 2
    Credit Amount 21

 

Third Semester 

No Codes Courses of Wood Creation Credit
1 ISI  201 Cultural Science 2
2 ISI 203 Aesthetics 2
3 SRD 201 Balinese Art and Culture 2
4 KRS 201 Balinese Classical Painting 2
5 KRS 203 Leather Carving 2
6 KRS 205 History of Western Fine Art 2
7 KRS 207 Erghonomy 2
8 KRS 209 History of Design 2
9 KRS 211 Traditional Sculpture/Statue 2
10 KYU 201 Gheometric Wood Craft Product 4
11 KRM 201 Basic Product of Ceramic Craft 4
    Credit Amount 22

 

Fourth Semester

No Codes Courses of Wood Creation Credit
1 ISI 202 Philosophy of Art 2
2 ISI 204 Research Method 2
3 SRD 202 Semiothics 2
4 KRS 202 Balinese Traditional Painting 3
5 KRS 204 Craft Product Review 2
6 KRS 206 Anthrophology Arts 2
7 KRS 208 Souvenir Design 3
8 KYU 202 Houshold Wood Craft Product 5
9 KRM 202 Table Ware Ceramic Craft Product 5
    Credit Amount 21

 

Fifth Semester

No Codes Courses of Wood Creation Credit
1 ISI 301 Knowledge of Intellectual property Right 2
2 ISI 305 Seminar 2
3 SRD 301 History of Indonesian Fine Art 2
4 KRS 301 Nusantara (Indonesia Archipelago) Craft product 2
5 KRS 303 Metal Craft 2
6 KRS 305 Tourism Introductory 2
7 KRS 309 Research and Creation Method 2
8 KRS 305 Mask (Topeng) 2
9 KYU 303 Office Ware Wood Craft Product 5
10 KRM 303 Decorative Ceeramic Craft Product 5
    Credit Amount 21

 

Sixth Semester

No Codes Courses of Wood Creation Credit
1 ISI 302 Art Management 2
2 ISI 304 History of Art and Culture 2
3 SRD 302 Visual Aesthetics 2
4 KRS 304 Technique of Production 3
5 KRS 306 Batik 2
6 KRS 308 Art and Design Critics 2
7 KYU 304 Hotel and Restaurant Wood Craft Product 5
8 KRM 304 Hotel and Restaurant Ceramic Craft Product 5
    Credit Amount 18

 

Seventh Semester

No Codes Courses of Wood Creation Credit
1 ISI 401 Profesion Oriented Study (Field Work) 3
2 SRD 401 Field Practice 3
3 KYU 405 Innovative Wood Craft Product 5
4 KRM 405 Innovative Ceramic Craft product 5
    Credit Amount 11

 

Eighth Semester

No Codes Courses of Wood Creation Credit
1 ISI 402 Final Task 6
    Credit Amount 6
    Total Credits 144