View Bachelor Degrees in Art Studies in Portugal
The Arts refers to any field of study that involves more creative thinking as opposed to scientific, mathematical thinking. Many arts programs are focused on literature, while others involve practicing the fine arts like painting or music.
Bachelor Degree in Art Studies in Portugal
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At present, the interaction of the Plastic Arts with Multimedia via the digital is an inescapable fact. Graduates of Plastic Arts and Multimedia by the University of Évora, are professionals with a general education that combines a high creative capacity with a strong technological base to solve challenges in the large and increasingly competitive global market of culture, technology, and entertainment.
Education objectives 1) To acquire theoretical knowledge of the History of Art, both international and Portuguese, from Antiquity to contemporary times; 2) To master the concepts and basic methodologies of History of Art; 3) To acquire skills to analyse and identify works of art;
The program responds directly to the market, developing the necessary and required skills of the future hybrid professionals in the areas of audiovisual, digital, multimedia, web and mobile applications, and games. Throughout the degree, the student will have the opportunity to be in constant contact with companies, either through the development of projects or through participation in seminars.
This degree promotes, on the one hand, training in more technical-operative areas at the service of the audiovisual production industries, and on the other, a freer side, such as the Photography of Author, is not neglected, close to the most creative expressions of the Visual Arts.
The degree in Games and Apps Development has an innovative program that responds to the need for professionals prepared for the challenges of the digital gaming industry and mobile applications.
The Conservation and Restoration programme offers a sound cultural, scientific and technological background enabling the students to contact with real situations in the laboratory and on site.