Teaching and Learning

Teaching

 

Academic staff is one of the most important assets of any higher education institution. The quality of human resources is seen as a major effort for the success and aspirations of the Faculty of Art and Digital Media. Since this program complies with European standards, it has recruited highly qualified academic staff with scientific and professional backgrounds in the field of local and international Art and Creative Industries.

Lecturers, tutors and technicians are artists, theorists, and digital media specialists. With their interdisciplinary approach, they are flexible in offering a variety of practical and theoretical courses, offering a diverse range of knowledge, offering students creative, innovative ideas, interpretations and approaches.

Their teaching strategy emphasizes experimentation, research, interdisciplinary collaboration, based on global information and awareness.

Academic staff is experienced in teaching, believes in cultivating empathetic, experimental and provocative artists with critical and evaluative skills capable of exploring social, economic and environmental contexts, providing artistic and cultural values ​​in their operating environments.


Learning

 

The program of the Faculty of Art and Digital Media is based on the correct development of the objectives and content of the curriculum, which is oriented towards the research, experimental, creative and critical process.

The program adopts a well-balanced theoretical, practical, artistic and digital programming mastery. Studios are an extremely important practice for the Digital Arts and Media program.

They are specifically intended to encourage students to be able to explore social, economic and environmental contexts, capable of communicating through their creativity, keeping up with the technological and aesthetic developments of digital art and media. From the broad field of digital media art and practice, students can choose their preferred medium and method, to facilitate ideas and realize their creative goals.

The ethics of the Digital Art and Media program are based on the development and practice of self-directed study, where education is student-cantered, thus placing the student and his / her needs at the center of the education process. Students are encouraged to use their diverse interests and experiences while appreciating the differences between them and their peers.