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Undergraduate Program in Craft

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Chair of Undergraduate Program in Craft

Dr. Gita Winata, M.Ds

Undergraduate Program in Craft FSRD ITB is one of the first and oldest study programs in Indonesia focusing on the efforts to utilize a variety of craft arts in Indonesia. Since 1972, Undergraduate Program in Craft has made a significant contribution to the development of creative industries in Indonesia and abroad. Supported by experienced teaching staff, international scale artists and craftsmen, and modern laboratory facilities, Undergraduate Program in Craft invites students to be creative and innovate in the field of crafts to make a positive contribution to the art community, society, environment, and industry.

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Pathways

Undergraduate Program in Craft offers two pathways:

Textile Craft

This pathway focuses on the creation of textile product for fashion, interiors, accessories, and so on. Students will learn various concepts, motifs, raft designs, background designs, materials and dyes, fibres, threads, fabrics, and othe

Ceramic Craft

This pathway focuses on making ceramic art innovations based on techniques and processes for making ceramics, ceramic materials and decorations, as well as combinations of other materials in ceramic art.

Curriculum

Overview

All students will undergo education in the Common Preparatory Program (TPB). Students will be introduced to various basic subjects. During this period students are listed as faculty/school students. At the end of the first year, students will choose a study program based on their interests and academic achievements.

Students have entered the selected study program. In the second year, all students will conduct academic exploration through the subjects offered by the study program.

Students will begin to do conceptualization and specialization in science.

Students start doing a final project as one of the requirements for obtaining a bachelor's degree.

Course Semester

Course Credit
  • SR1101 Basic Principles of Visual Art and Design
  • 2 Credit
  • SR1102 Drawing I
  • 4 (2) Credit
  • SR1104 Rupa Dasar Dua Dimensi I
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • SR1104 Visual Basic Three Dimension I
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KU1001 Sports
  • 2 Credit
  • KU1102 Introduction to Computation
  • 3 Credit
  • KU1024 English
  • 2 Credit
Course Credit
  • SR1201 Creativity and Humanities
  • 2 Credit
  • SR1202 Drawing II
  • 4 (2) Credit
  • SR1203 Visual Basic Two Dimension II
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • SR1204 Visual Basic Three Dimension II II
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KU1011 Indonesian Language: Scientific Writing
  • 2 Credit
  • KU1202 Introduction to Engineering and Design
  • 3 Credit
Course Credit
  • KR2001 Craft I (Image Analysis)
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • KR2102 Ornament
  • 3 Credit
  • KR2103 Fashion Accesories
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KR2104 Digitalized Technical Drawing of Craft
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KR2101 History of Design
  • 2 Credit
  • KU206X Religion and Ethics
  • 2 Credit
  • KU2071 Pancasila and Civic Education
  • 2 Credit
Course Credit
  • KR2209 Knowledge of Craft Materials
  • 3 (2)
  • KR2005 Craft II (Form Analysis)
  • 5 (3)
  • KR2206 Aesthetics of Nusantara
  • 2
  • KR2207 Digitalized Presentation of Craft
  • 3 (2)
  • KR2201 Design Method
  • 2
Course Credit
  • KR3106 Research Methodology of Craft
  • 2 Credit
  • KR3101 Design Critics
  • 2 Credit
Compulsory Course for Major in Textile Craft
  • KR3009 Textile Craft Studio I
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • KR3111 Resist Dyes (Batik and Tie Dye)
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KR3112 Pattern Drafting
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KR3113 Structure Design I
  • 3 (2) Credit
Compulsory Course for Major in Ceramic Craft
  • KR3206 Ceramics Craft Studio I (Basic Form & Tableware)
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • KR3127 Glaze Materials Knowledge
  • 3 (1) Credit
  • KR3128 Decorative Ceramic I
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KR3129 Basic Forming Techniques of Ceramic
  • 3 (2) Credit
Course Credit
  • KR3215 Seminar for Craft
  • 3 Credit
  • KR3101 Design Critics
  • 2 Credit
Compulsory Course for Major in Textile Craft
  • KR3014 Textile Craft Studio II (Interior)
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • KR3216 Surface Textile
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KR3218 Structure Design II
  • 3 (2) Credit
Compulsory Course for Major in Ceramic Craft
  • KR3031 Ceramic Craft Studio II (Accesories & Interior Product)
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • KR3232 Ceramic Firing Technology
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KR3235 Mold Making Technology
  • 3 (2) Credit
Course Credit
  • KR4090 Job Training for Craft
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KR4092 Preliminary Final Project in Craft
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • KR4124 Craft Management
  • 3 (1) Credit
  • KR4122 Craft Entrepreneurship
  • 3 Credit
Compulsory Course for Major in Textile Craft
  • KR4020 Textile Craft Studio III (Indigenous Fiber and Natural Dyes)
  • 5 (3) Credit
Compulsory Course for Major in Ceramic Craft
  • KR4036 Ceramic Craft Studio III (Lifestyle and Tradition)
  • 5 (3) Credit
Course Credit
  • KR4208 Art, Design, and Environment
  • 3 (1) Credit
  • KR4094 Final Project in Craft
  • 6 (4,1) Credit

career

Students of the Undergraduate Program in Craft have the opportunity to work in various fields such as

  1. designer
  2. artist
  3. stylist
  4. businessman and craft management
  5. designer consultant
  6. fabric designer
  7. fashion editor & wardrobe
  8. fashion designer
  9. craft researchers and academics
  10. government experts

Competence of graduates

Students of the Undergraduate Program in Craft are expected to be able to:

  1. Have the ability, knowledge, and skills in creating quality creative works.
  2. Be skilled and visually (aesthetically) sensitive in processing materials and forms in contemporary conditions in line with the latest technological advances
  3. Align the works to the concept of originality and able to process various mediums.
  4. Be oriented to social problems with good prospects for building small and medium industries, especially in the craft sector.
  5. Explore and encourage the rise of entrepreneurial attitudes in the context of mass or limited production in the field of crafts
  6. See opportunities in developing the functional, economic, and socio-cultural needs of craft products.

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