UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Program in Visual Art

Chair of Undergraduate Program in Visual Art

Dr. Willy Himawan, S.Sn., M.Sn.

Undergraduate Program in Visual Art FSRD ITB has become an important part of art education and activities in Indonesia and the world. Supported by experienced teachers, national and international artists, and first-class researchers, students will learn the ins and outs of the visual arts field based on the unique abilities, interests, and talents of each student.

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Pathways

There are four pathways for the Undergraduate Program in Visual Art FSRD ITB that students can choose:

Curriculum

Overview

All students will undergo education in the Common First Year 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
  • SR1103 Visual Basic Two Dimension 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

  • SR2001 Arts Studio I 
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR2101 Cultural History 
  • 2 Credit
  • SR2102 Drawing III 
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • SR2103 Aesthetics I 
  • 2 Credit
  • SR2104 Introduction to Art 
  • 2 Credit
  • SR2105 Art Media 
  • 2 Credit
  • KU206X Religion and Ethics 
  • 2 Credit

Course

Credit

  • SR2002 Arts Studio II 
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR2201 History of Art
  • 2 Credit
  • SR2202 Drawing IV
  • 3 (2) Credit
  • SR2203 History of Asian Arts
  • 2 Credit
  • SR2204 Overview of Arts
  • 2 Credit
  • KU2071 Pancasila and Civic Education
  • 2 Credit

Course

Credit

  • SR3101 Art Creation Method I
  • 2 Credit
  • SR3106 Research Methodology Art I
  • 2 Credit
  • SR3104 Modern Art
  • 2 Credit
  • SR3103 Arts Criticism I
  • 2 Credit

Mandatory for the Three Dimensional Arts Pathway

  • SR3003 Three Dimensional Art Studio I
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR3102 Art in Public Space I
  • 3 (2) Credit

Mandatory For Intermedia Art Pathway

  • SR3005 Intermedia Art Studio I
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR3102 Art in Public Space I
  • 3 (2) Credit

Mandatory for the Two Dimensional Art Pathway

  • SR3001 Two Dimensional Art Studio I
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR3102 Art in Public Space I
  • 3 (2) Credit

Mandatory for the Art Study Pathway

  • SR3007 Art Study I
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR3109 Visual Culture I
  • 2 Credit
  • SR3110 Arts, Sciences, and Technology
    • 5 (3) Credit
    • 2 Credit
  • 2 Credit

Course

Credit

  • SR3091 Seminar
  • 3 Credit
  • SR3204 Art Management I
  • 2 Credit
  • SR3201 History of Indonesian Arts I
  • 2 Credit
  • SR3203 Aesthetics II
  • 2 Credit

Mandatory for the Three Dimensional Arts Pathway

  • SR3004 Three Dimensional Art Studio II
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR3202 Art in Public Space II
  • 3 (2) Credit

Mandatory for the Intermedia Arts Pathway

  • SR3006 Intermedia Art Studio I
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR3207 Art in Public Space II
  • 3 (2) Credit

Mandatory for the Two Dimensional Art Pathway

  • SR3002 Studio Seni Rupa Dwimatra II
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR3202 Art in Public Space II
  • 3 (2) Credit

Mandatory for the Art Study Pathway

  • SR3008 Art Study II
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR3205 Anthropology of Arts I
  • 3 Credit

Course

Credit

  • SR4093 Publication of Works
  • 3 (1,1) Credit
  • SR4104 History of Indonesian Arts II
  • 2 Credit
  • SR4105 Sociology of the Arts I
  • 2 Credit

Mandatory for the Three Dimensional Arts Pathway

  • SR4002 Three Dimensional Art Studio III 
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR4101 Experimental Art 
  • 3 (2) Credit

Mandatory For Intermedia Art Pathway

  • SR4003 Intermedia Art Studio III 
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR4101 Experimental Art 
  • 3 (2) Credit

Mandatory for the Two Dimensional Art Pathway

  • SR4001 Two Dimensional Arts Studio III 
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR4101 Experimental Art 
  • 3 (2) Credit

Mandatory for the Art Study Pathway

  • SR4004 Art Studies III 
  • 5 (3) Credit
  • SR4106 Art Communication 
  • 2 Credit

 

Course

Credit

  • SR4092 Arts Final Project 
  • SR4208 Art, Design and Environment 

Mandatory for the Three Dimensional Arts Pathway

SR4091 Final Project Writing 


Mandatory For Intermedia Art Pathway

SR4091 Final Project Writing 


Mandatory for the Two Dimensional Art Pathway

SR4091 Final Project Writing 


Mandatory for the Art Study Pathway

SR4203 Arts Criticism II 

  • 6 (4) SKS
  • 3 (2) Credit


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career

The programs offered will prepare students for a wide range of careers such as artist, art thinker, art historian, critic, curator, teacher, art management expert, and others.

Competence of graduates

Students who study Undergraduate Program in Visual Art FSRD ITB are expected to be able to

  1. have the creative ability to create works of art that can encourage innovation, artistic improvisation that can play a role in expanding human aesthetic awareness and contributing to the enrichment of national culture.
  2. master the theoretical basis of their scientific field, having knowledge of science and technology and role of arts in a developing society,
  3. understand professional responsibilities and understand ethics,
  4. have sharpness about actual problems.

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