Why study Wood and Metal - Arts, crafts and design?
You will gain new experience, and use your creative skills in developing ideas, experimenting and implementing designs related to the two main materials, with wood being the principal material. The program will develop awareness of working with wood and metal, subject specific opportunities and values in which learning, culture and environment are key elements.
What you will learn
Wood and Metal 1 consists of the following courses:
- Material, Equipment and Techniques
- Design and Product Development
- Art Expressions in Wood
- Metal and Architecture
Wood and Metal 2 includes:
- Material, Equipment and Techniques 2
- Design and Product Development 2
- Art Expressions in Wood and Metal 2 and a
It may also include a Bachelor thesis if taken as a third year in a Bachelor program. Alternatively, a period when the student has the opportunity to look deeper into a chosen area of wood and metal. The study programs focus on utility objects and sculpture in wood and/or metal. The programs will provide a platform for professional development and encourage an awareness of the field’s potential and values with respect to the individual and society.
T/M 1is an independent course which also qualifies the student for Wood and Metal 2.
The Wood and Metal 2 program, which is primarily intended as a subject specialization in the third year in the Bachelor’s degree programs. Subject Teacher: Education in the Arts and Visual Art & Design, or as the fourth year of Subject Teacher: Practical & Arts Subjects, may also be taken as an independent advanced program.