Contents: Getting knowledge connected with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator programmes.

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Subject: Adobe photoshop and illustrator workshop


- Getting knowledge connected with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator programmes . ( tools , effects , filtrs )

-Students make some exercises using this programmes( Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator ). - - Making the poster for a sport event in Photoshop or in Illustrator .

- Making the poster for a cultural event in Photoshop or in Illustrator .

- Making the postcard for Christmas using chosen programm .


- Adobe Photoshop CS6 Digital Classroom ,

- Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ,

- Adobe Illustrator ,

Subject: Animated film


-Showing the different techniques of animation and explaining how it was made.

- The different methods of making classical animated film like - puppet animation , cutting out , drawing animation ,

- Animation made thanks to different materials like sand , water .

-Animation 2 D and 3 D .

- The history of animated film .

- The examples of Polish the best animation .


-Leonardo Maltin - A History of American Animated Cartoons

-Od ołówka do pixela - historia animacji – wyd. zbiorowe

Subject: Audiovisual Communications ( multimedia)


- Making different short movies using digital technicks. - Learning After Effects program ( tools , effects ,titles )

- Making short animation using Adobe Effects program for the optional topic .

-Postproduction in the films .

- Making different effects in computere program

- Animation student' s name .


- After Effects

- Adobe Creative Team

Subject: Digital montage – Digital audio and video montage


-Showing Adobe Premiere programm in which students can edit different films. --Students edit their own movies for the optional topic .

- Getting knowledge connected with Adobe Premiere programm -

( tools , effects , titles ) .

- Showing different ways of editting of film movies .

- Making short movie using ready film shots .

- Editting different sountracks - audio montage .


- Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom

Subject: Photography - Anatomy of the image - Photo editing


In the beginning students learn how tu manage and comunicate with visual resources. Next step is to recognize and describe elements of the image. Learning basics of composition, colour systems, perspective and points of view helps students to capture pictures with more control and understanding.

All group or individually, participants chose subject (s) to be photographed. After several corrections in the end of semester, group is able to edit, pre-design and produce portfolio book in form of PDf ready to be published in electronic and traditional media.

Subject: Photoshop Illustrator indesign flash basics


Learning outcomes:

The main target is to instruct students how to work with the computer and electronic devices

and to develop their skills in the field of most common application for animation, multimedia

projects and websites such as Adobe Flash. The course will include some elements of IT.

During this year of study students will be developping their knowledge and skills of the

application used to create animation and multimedia projects. The course will cover mainly

more complex tasks that will develop the students' knowledge of the tools for a graphic


The course will include designing an animation and interaction for multimedia projects and



User's interface in Flash

Drawing in Flash

Library – symbols, clones, symbol instances

Color, typography, working with bitmaps

Different kinds of animation – frame by frame, motion tween and shape tween


Programming in ActionScript - basics

Interaction and navigation

Working with tutorials.



„Adobe Flash CS3/CS3 PL. Classroom in a Book” Adobe Creative Team

„Photoshop CS3/CS3 PL Bible” Deke McClelland, Laurie Ulrich Fuller, Robert C. Fuller

„Adobe Illustrator CS3/CS3 PL. Classroom in a Book” Adobe Creative Team

Magazines: PSD, Computer Arts.

Subject: Computer graphic design basics


Learning outcomes:

The goal: Achieving basic skills of designing visual communicate, creating logo and logotype,

developing student's individual creative skills, introducing strategies of visual communication

through basic visual elements - focusing on form, rhythm, orientation, color, texture.

Introduction to the history of graphic design. Students will explore the expressive potential of

typography in a variety of exercises.

After finishing Graphic Design Basics course student

Will be able to: create logo, logotype and stationary, design basic advertisement prints

– flyer, poster, leaflet, billboard, create design in vector and bitmap programme, adjust

text to different formats and purposes, recognize basic fonts and text arrangements,

create print file in appropriate format

Will understand: the idea of visual communication, the difference between logo and

logotype, using color modes - CMYK and RGB

Personal skills: student will be able to work in team, recognize and express his

emotions through art.


Logo and logotype

Principles and Elements of Design – hierarchy, order of the message

Grid, text and image

Graphic design – context and purpose

Interaction of text and image - Introduction to typography and page layout rendered

traditionally and manipulated by computer

The fundamental components of graphic communication (point and line to plane, form,

rhythm, orientation, color, value, texture)

Influence of aesthetic design choices on understanding and emotions

Antiqua – font (history, construction, influence on modern fonts) lecture

A brief history of graphic design – lecture



Novum Gebrauchs Graphic





Novum Gebrauchs Graphic



The Fundamentals of Typography / Ambrose Gavin, Harris Paul

A History of Graphic Design / Philip B. Meggs

Illustrator – Bible

Photoshop- Bible

Subject: Traditional graphic art workshop


Learning outcomes:

The main target of the subject is to acquaint students with:

- knowledge of:

workshop graphic (graphic techniques: convex, intaglio, flat printing)

forming visual transfer with the use of graphic techniques

- abilities of:

using selected graphic techniques in creative work

selecting means of expression and graphic techniques for intentional artistic transfer

connecting and mixing techniques with one another and media

- creative awareness, artistic personality, artistic expression of graphic work.


techniques of convex printing (woodblock printing, linoleum printing)

techniques of intaglio printing (copperplate, drypoint, etching, aquatint)

techniques of flat printing (lithography, offset)

characteristic features of visual language related to graphic techniques; connecting and

mixing techniques to obtain specific visual affects

artistic realizations in selected graphic techniques.



Krejca A.: Techniki sztuk graficznych. WAiF. Warszawa 1984.

Jurkiewicz A.: Podrecznik metod grafiki artystycznej. Arkady. Warszawa 1975.

Jerzy Werner- Podstawy technologii malarstwa i grafiki , Warszawa-Kraków 1985

Wydział Grafiki, Akademia Sztuk Pieknych w Poznaniu – Grafika Artystyczna podrecznik


Poznan, 2007.

Jakimowicz: Piec wieków grafiki polskiej, Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie, 1997

Jakimowicz: Współczesna grafika polska, Arkady, Warszawa 1975,

Wróblewska D., Polska grafika współczesna, Warszawa 1983

Szwajkowska K., Litografia – Tradycja i współczesnosc, Czestochowa 2007

Subject: Visual anthropology - lecture


Learning outcomes:

The main target of the subject is to acquaint students with social-cultural phenomenon of art.

Subjects for reflection: human body and city – two examples of narration in visual arts,

context in which we watch and interpret effects related to them.


selected terms: visual anthropology, anthropology of image, anthropology of art,

sociology of art.

body and city in art history.

body arts.

films about art.

architecture – function/ideology.

etno design art and Aboriginal art.

art/ politics.

feministic art.

DIY – counterculture/art

art for children: childlike illustration, toy, design, periodical press.

photography – between family memento and art form.

Performance; experimental art’ multimedia.

city as an art space – utopia and realizations.

toy art.

ecology and cyborgs.



Payne Hatcher E., Art as Culture. An Introduction to the Anthropology of Art, Westport,

Connecticut, London 1999

Berger J., O patrzeniu, Warszawa 1999

MacClancy J., The museum as a site of contest. The Bilbao Guggenheim:

Plattner S., Anthropology of art:,descCdgoogle_


M. Porebski, Ikonosfera, Warszawa 1972.

R. Barthes, Retoryka obrazu, "Pamietnik Literacki", z. 3/1985.

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M. Przylipiak, Poetyka filmu dokumentalnego, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego


RóHycki, Nieskonczonosc dalekich dróg (scieHka dzwiekowa), "Konteksty. Polska Sztuka

Ludowa" 3-4, 1997

K. Olechnicki, Antropologia obrazu. Fotografia jako metoda, przedmiot i medium nauk

społecznych, Oficyna Naukowa, Warszawa 2003.

S. Sikora, O problematycznosci wizualnosci w antropologii, (w:) Kultura profesjonalna

etnologów w Polsce, M. Brocki, K. Górny, W. Kuligowski (red.), Wrocław 2006, s. 181-


R. Sulima, Album "cieni". Słowo i fotografia w kulturze ludowej, [w:] w tegoH, Słowo i

etos. Szkice o kulturze, Zakład Wydawniczy FA ZMW "Galicja", Kraków 1992 .

M. Banks i H. Morphy (red.), Rethinking Visual Anthropology, Yale University Press, New

Haven i London 1997

W. Benjamin, Twórca jako wytwórca, Poznan 1975

J. DeBouzek, Etnograficzny surrealizm Jeana Roucha, "Konteksty Polska Sztuka Ludowa" 3-4/1992

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Kultura i Społeczenstwo nr 1

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Warszawa: Kultura i Społeczenstwo nr 4/XLIX, s. 165-184

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Today” 1998, vol. 14, nr 4.

M. Przylipiak, Poetyka filmu dokumentalnego, Gdansk 2004.

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of Anthropology” 1973.

Przestrzenie wizualne i akustyczne człowieka. Antropologia audiowizualna jako

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Internet sources:

Straszna Sztuka – blog Izabeli Kowalczyk:

Niewidzialne Miasto:


„Kwartalnik Filmowy” 2004, nr 47-48 (Antropologia i film)

„Konteksty. Polska Sztuka Ludowa”

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