History and Future of Design KD00DM89-3001 23.10.2019-20.11.2019 5 credits(KXE18S1XR, ...)+-
Learning outcomes of the course
Students recognise the central characteristics and trends of European art, architecture and design history. Students form an understanding of how Western artisanal handicrafts developed into the art industry and industrial design. Students know the most important people of influence in Western and Finnish art industry and design. Students are able to consider art, architecture, art industry and design in relation to economic, societal and industrial development. Students can evaluate their own professional operations in relation to the history of art and design. Students have an understanding of the future prospects of design and related professional opportunities.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
The student advisor will recommend additional studies for each student based on their individual study plan.
The course focuses on the history of art, design and industrial design. Additionally, the course includes future perspectives and visions of design and creative development.
- history of European art and architecture
- central trends and operators of the art industry and design
- art industry and design in Finland
Attendance in classes. Completing assignments. Inadequacies in completing assignments.
Active participation in classes. The ability to apply theory into practice. Good performance in completing assignments.
Active participation in classes. The ability to apply theory into practice. Excellent performance in completing assignments.