haute école d'Art et de design Genève Geneva university of art and design
Tuesday 29 January 2008
FINE ARTS AND DESIGN
As part of the numerous joint ventures set up in order to take into account interdisciplinarity and the contemporary links between design and art, the two sections, Design and Fine Arts, of HEAD – Geneva offer shared teaching areas for the benefit of their students. These lectures and projects open to students of both domains promote transversality between the disciplines of interior architecture, industrial and product design (Fashion and Jewellery), visual communication and fine arts and enable the teaching to be considered from the angle of shared problems, while still respecting the different aims of the two courses. This therefore encourages the mobility of both students and lecturers, by creating crossovers between the different aesthetic and theoretical fields.
Students register for these courses by completing a form available from the Secretariat of the selected domain. They will have previously met the lecturer responsible for the course, seminar or workshop which they would like to attend. Priority will obviously be given to students from the section for which they are registered and registrations will be accepted according to the number of places available.
NB. Before registering for a course, students must check that it fits into their programme of study and timetable and in particular that these courses or seminars do not overlap with other courses, seminars or workshop sessions selected by them within the framework of their curriculum.
AGREEMENT BETWEEN HEAD – GENEVA AND THE UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA
In accordance with an agreement set up with the University of Geneva, students of HEAD – GENEVA can follow courses at the university as observers. In addition, History of Art students from the Faculty of Letters can complete part of their studies in the form of teaching modules offered by the school.
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