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The Institute of Fine Arts was established under Dokuz Eylül University according to the article 18/h of the governmental decree in force of law No. 41 on the Higher Educational Board. It have been activated in 1996 and in 2002 it has taken over the post graduate programs of Department of Performing Arts, Department of Cinema-Television, Department of Ceramics, Department of Musicology, Department of Graphic Design, Department of Textile Design, Department of Traditional Turkish Arts, Department of Sculpture, Department of Drawing, Department of Photography, Department of Music, Department of Opera from the Institute of Social Sciences. The post graduate programs of Department of Digital Graphic and Communication Technologies and Department of Drama, Music and Visual Arts have been started in 2003-2004. The post graduate program of Department of Ballet has been started in 2004-2005.

DEPARTMENT OF MUSICOLOGY

ACADEMIC STAFF

Fırat KUTLUK, Professor Dr. (Chair) firat.kutluk@deu.edu.tr

Yetkin ÖZER, Professor Dr. yozer@deu.edu.tr

Turgut ALDEMİR, Professor turgut.aldemir@deu.edu.tr

İ. Yavuz YÜKSELSİN, Assist. Professor Dr. iyavuz@deu.edu.tr

Ayhan EROL, Assist. Professor Dr. aerol@deu.edu.tr

Levent ERGUN, Lecturer levent.ergun@deu.edu.tr

Cihan IŞIKHAN, Lecturer cihan.isikhan@deu.edu.tr

Alp VAROL, Lecturer alp.varol@deu.edu.tr

Elif TEKİN, Lecturer elif.tekin@deu.edu.tr

Feridun ÖZİŞ, Assistant feridun.ozis@deu.edu.tr

Barış ERDAL, Assistant baris.erdal@deu.edu.tr

Aykut Barış ÇEREZCİOĞLU, Assistant aykut.cerezcioglu@deu.edu.tr

GRADUATION PROGRAMS

MZB 504.5 World Music I-II

Learning dynamics and characteristics, with ethnomusicological approach, of local music cultures from all over the world. A survey of the music with an emphasis on social and cultural contexts and audio-visual examples are major components.

MZB 507.8 Guided Writing in Musical Scholarship I-II:

Students are introduced to main features of scholarly writing, including sentence organization, quotation, citation, literature review, data presentation and writing analysis. Writing exercises in book review, audio review and an essay.

MZB 513 The Economy-Politics of Music I-II:

This course covers the politic events in Western Music, protest and message musics in rock and the politics of media and recording industry.

MZB 509-8 Music and cultural analysis:

This course introduces students to the study of popular culture and popular music, employing the interdisciplinarity of Cultural Studies. The topics covered include: the meaning and practices of everyday life, definitions of 'the popular', theories of mass culture, youth and subcultures/scenes, cultural identitiy and music, popular music in the global and local contexts, and ethnographies of popular music-making.

DEPARPMENT OF PAINTİNG

GRADUATE PROGRAM

Painting Studio I-II

Independent applications of projects in the direction of the individual style, aesthetic expression and formulation techniques formed during the graduate education. Search for new styles, techniques and possibilities of expression, theoretical studies based on traditional and contemporary examples from Turkish and Western painting. (Required)

Visual Expression I-II

Independent applications of projects, experiments exploring form-content relationship in art works based on developments in contemporary art and possibilities brought by changing perceptions. (Required)

Contemporary Western Art (In English)

Explorations of movements, attitudes and concepts emerging in the 20th century Western art through art critical and philosophical texts. (Required)

Creative Process in Art I-II

Examination of artistic activity becoming creative in the union of psycho-social and aesthetic factors. Discussions and explanations examining the course of the formation of aesthetics within the framework of theories of magic, play and imitation. (Optional)

Image, Word and Writing

Discussions and explanations on such issues as the production of visual meaning and image, the representational possibilities of image, the transformation of image and reality, intended and perceived meaning in image, the producibility of word, literality of word, written expression and meaning. (Optional)

New Pursuits and Materials in Art

A general evaluation of art after 1950, theoretical studies on such issues, concepts and conditions as the politics of avant-garde art, the conceptualization of art, the post-avant-garde process, the postmodern period, the loss of ideology in art, the process of the democratization of art, the loss of aesthetic values, new art materials of the new period, new sensibilities in photography, video art and internet art.

Contemporary Cinema Aesthetics I-II

Current problems in cinema aesthetics. Episodic narration, alienization, historicizing, narrative structure, exhibitionist acting. (Required)

History of Visual Culture I-II

A genealogical experiment of investigation, within the context of cultural and creative activities, of products of the individual in the process of designing his or her life. An overview of the process toward “The Culture Society” constituted on theoretical layers.

PROGRAM OF SUFFICIENCY IN ART

Formation I-I

Expression in painting, spatial relations in painting art, studies on form and color within the scope of projects essential to studio practices. Studies on spatial illusions, studio practices comprising formation techniques based on given projects. (Required)

Expression I-II

Discussions on conceptual dynamics parallel to contemporary and recent art practices given direction to the work, image orders and composition alternatives, individual approaches to the meaning and importance of artistic practices on social and political grounds, plastic suggestions…Theoretical studies on abstract and figurative expression. (Required)

Art in the Controversial Process of Modernism (In English)

A general examination and discussion, based on art critical and philosophical texts, of developments in Western Art after the World War II, critical essays and visual analysis. (Required)

Critical Texts I-II

Examination of critical writings on art works and artistic activities in the context of basic critical theories in general literary criticism. Criticism and interpretation methods of Freud, Ponty, Danto, Jameson, Barthes, Foucault and their essays. (Required)

Mural Art I-II

Discussions on art works created outdoors and/or in places open to the public, their technical features and problems. (Optional)

Art Management I-II

General discussions on art management, the relationship of art and economy, the problem of sponsorship in art and its concrete effects; sponsoring firms, organizations, private sector and banks, the concept and institution of museum, contemporary museums, display and presentation approaches, museums of painting and sculpture in Turkey, private collections…Galleries; private galleries, institutional galleries, creation of concepts in art, curatorial in art, media and art (newspapers, news agencies, TV and the internet). (Optional)

Media Aesthetics I-II

Discussions on such issues as the Media and its effect in the formation of culture; communication theories and their examination in terms of moral and aesthetic values, Specter and its aesthetics, hyper-reality, communicational environment, advertisement as a basic design, the language of images, art, communication and power relationship, and the mass consumption of art. (Required)

Media and Cultural Forms I-II

The form and content relationship in cultural forms of the Media, their connections with social events, and their analysis. (Optional)

DOKUZ EYLÜL UNIVERSITY

FINE ARTS ENSTITUTE

DEPARTMENT OF SCULPTURE

PRESENTATION AND COURSE CONTENTS FOR POSTGRADUATE AND SUFFICIENCY IN ART PROGRAMMES OF

DEPARTMENT OF SCULPTURE

PRESENTATION FOR POSTGRADUATE AND SUFFICIENCY IN ART PROGRAMMES OF DEPARTMENT OF SCULPTURE

Department of Sculpture continues its master of art and sufficiency in art programmes, previously commenced in Dokuz Eylül University Institution of Social Studies in the academic year of 1988 / 89, from 2002 on, at the Fine Arts Institute of the same university .

The Department of Sculpture takes the education of sculpture as a whole of undergraduate, postgraduate and sufficiency in art programmes. The programme comprises of such processes as recognition, experimentation, research and creativity. The department aspires to raise self–confident, creative and contemporary individuals who are complete in every respect.

The programme applied by the Deparment of Sculpture has been formed by examining the studies for undergraduate, postgraduate and sufficiency in art programmes carried out by the universities in and outside of Turkey.

The postgraduate concludes with a thesis which includes the images of the works exhibited and a theoretical research about the genre used. The sufficiency in art concludes with an exhibition and a report about the processes of creating and documenting the exhibition.

DEPARTMENT OF SCULPTURE

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME

COURSES

I. TERM

MANDATORY COURSES

GRA 535 BASIC ART CONCEPTS (English) (Prof Dr.Ahmet SİPAHİOĞLU )

SELECTIVE COURSES

HEY 501 HEYKEL SCULPTURE I (Prof. Cengiz ÇEKİL)

HEY 511 MULTI – MEDIA I (Prof. Cengiz ÇEKİL)

HEY 515 DIRECT FORMING I (Yrd. Doç. Gökçen ERGÜR)

HEY 525 FORM RESEARCHES I (Yrd. Doç. Arzu ATIL)

HEY 519 SCULPTURE AND COLOUR I (Yrd. Doç. Sevgi AVCI)

HEY 513 ANALYSIS OF SCULPTURE I (Yrd. Doç. Oktay ŞAHİNLER)

(SER 515) CERAMIC SCULPTURE I (Prof. Sevim ÇİZER)

(SER 517) GLAZE AND STAIN TECHNOLOGY I (Doç. Halil YOLERİ)

(RSA 501) PAINTING STUDİO I (Yrd. Doç. Gülay YAŞAYANLAR SAĞLAM)

(RSA 509) CREATIVE PROCESS IN ART I (Yrd. Doç. Rasim ÖZGÜR)

(FTG 511) AVANT – GARDE TENDENCIES AND PHOTOGRAPHY I

(Prof. Dr. Simber Rana ESKİER)

II. TERM

MANDATORY COURSES

(HEY 596) SEMINAR

(HEY 598) FIELD OF PROFESSION

(HEY 599) THESIS

SELECTIVE COURSES

(HEY 502) HEYKEL II (Prof. Cengiz ÇEKİL)

(HEY 510) MULTI – MEDIA II (Prof. Cengiz ÇEKİL)

(HEY 522) DIRECT FORMING II (Yrd. Doç. Gökçen ERGÜR)

(HEY 524) FORM RESEARCHES II (Yrd. Doç. Arzu ATIL)

(HEY 520) SCULPTURE AND COLOUR II (Yrd. Doç. Sevgi AVCI)

(HEY 514) ANALYSIS OF SCULPTURE II (Yrd. Doç. Oktay ŞAHİNLER)

(SER 514) CERAMIC SCULPTURE II (Prof. Sevim ÇİZER)

(SER 516) GLAZE AND STAIN TECHNOLOGY II (Doç. Halil YOLERİ)

(RSA 500) PAINTING STUDIO II (Yrd.Doç. Gülay YAŞAYANLAR SAĞLAM)

(RSA 508) CREATIVE PROCESS IN ART II (Yrd. Doç. Rasim ÖZGÜR)

(FTG 512) AVAND – GARDE TENDENCIES AND PHOTOGRAPHY II

(Prof. Dr. Simber Rana ESKİER)

DEPARTMENT OF SCULPTURE

SUFFICIENCY IN ART PROGRAMME

COURSES

I. TERM

MANDATORY COURSES

(HEY 607) CONTEMPORARY ART AND INTERPRETATION I

(Prof. Cengiz ÇEKİL)

SELECTIVE COURSES

(HEY 605) EARTH WORKS I (Yrd. Doç. Oktay ŞAHİNLER)

(GRA 601) COLOUR THEORIES I (Prof. Gören BULUT)

(RSA 609) CRITICAL TEXTS I (Prof. Dr. Mümtaz SAĞLAM)

(HEY 609) SCULPTURESHIP OF MEDALLION AND PRIZE STATUES I

(Yrd. Doç. Gökçen ERGÜR)

(HEY 601) SCULPTURE I (Prof. Cengiz ÇEKİL)

(GRA 603) PRINTMAKING I (Prof. Gören BULUT)

(GSE) DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING

II. TERM

MANDATORY COURSES

(GRA 612) CONCEPTS OF MODERN ART (English) (Prof. Ahmet SİPAHİOĞLU)

(HEY 608) CONTEMPORARY ART AND INTERPRETATION II

(Prof.Cengiz ÇEKİL)

(HEY 696) SEMINAR

(HEY 698) FIELD OF PROFESSION

(HEY 699) THESIS

SELECTIVE COURSES

(HEY 606) EARTH WORKS II (Yrd. Doç. Oktay ŞAHİNLER)

(GRA 602) COLOUR THEORIES II (Prof. Gören BULUT)

(RSA 610 ) CRITICAL TEXTS II (Prof. Dr. Mümtaz SAĞLAM)

(HEY 610) SCULPTURESHIP OF MEDALLION AND PRIZE STATUES II

(Yrd. Doç. Gökçen ERGÜR)

(HEY 602) SCULPTURE II (Prof. Cengiz ÇEKİL)

(GRA 604 ) PRINTMAKING II (Prof. Gören BULUT)

(GSE 602) PLANNING AND SETTING CITERIAS IN EDUCATION

DOKUZ EYLÜL UNIVERSITY

FINE ARTS INSTITUTE

THE GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN GRAPHIC DEPARTMENT

The Department of Graphic offers two different graduate degrees. One of these degrees is the Master of Art in Graphic Design (two years); another one is Proficiency in Art in Graphic Design (three or four years) after getting master degree.

The graduate programs in Graphic Design at the Fine Arts Institute, Dokuz Eylül University are designed to educate research scholars. Through intensive coursework within the Department, and through close professional association with appropriate members of the faculty, graduate students in Graphic Design gain proficiency and sophistication in their areas of study. This department’s graduates serve on the faculties of universities, and in public and private advertising agencies throughout this country and abroad.

The study of the Master of Art in Graphic Design is primarily concerned with Industrial and Experimental Graphic Design, Typographic Design, and Printmaking and written thesis and graduation project.

The Proficiency in Art program in Graphic Design focuses on a theoretical and practical study. The program encourages the students with individual critiques and studio classes. The Proficiency in Art Program in Graphic Design is structured to provide specialization in Graphic Design. Students are prepared to deal with ideas at a professional and an academic level. The final stage of the curriculum is the thesis, which provides knowledge of the problem-solving process through directed research and gives the student the opportunity to develop an extensive, innovative applied project. Work on the thesis is done under the direction of an advisor in a major discipline.

DOKUZ EYLUL UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS

MASTER OF ART IN GRAPHIC DESIGN

COURSES:

GRA 535 Basic Art Concepts 3 (3+0)

Content:

An Analysis of Basic art principles within a certain system.

Lecturer: Prof. Ahmet SİPAHİOĞLU, Ph.D.

GRA 531 Experimental Graphic Design I 4 (2+4)

This class provides certain experiments by emphasizing technical, historic, and aesthetic subjects. The main point of this course will be on applying of dynamic principles within visual description and visual communication.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 530 Experimental Graphic Design II 4 (2+4)

The purpose of this course is to produce creative and effective solutions by using word and image as the basic areas of communicating. Interpretation, composition, and presentation skills will be stressed.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 533 Formation of Turkish Graphic Arts I 3 (3+0)

Content:

The analyses of Turkish Graphic Arts through the period of Turkish Republic until today.

Lecturer: Prof. Gören BULUT

GRA 534 Formation of Turkish Graphic Arts II 3 (3+0)

Content:

The analyses of Turkish Graphic Artists through the period of Turkish Republic until today.

Lecturer: Prof. Gören BULUT

GRA 537 Industrial Graphic Design I 4 (2+4)

Content:

The research of advertisement campaign as an important element of production marketing in the age of contemporary consuming economy.

Lecturer: Prof. Ulufer TEKER

GRA 538 Industrial Graphic Design II 4 (2+4)

Content:

The research on application of advertisement and presentation under the needs of consumers in production marketing.

Lecturer: Prof. Ulufer TEKER

GRA 539 Comics and Animation I 4 (2+4)

Content:

The analyses of comics and animation during the period of Turkish republic untill now.

Lecturer: Prof. Ahmet SİPAHİOĞLU, Ph.D.

GRA 540 Comics and Animation II 4 (2+4)

Content:

The analyses of comics, graphic novels and animation in western world.

Lecturer: Prof. Ahmet SİPAHİOĞLU, Ph.D.

GRA 541 Expression Methods in Printmaking I 4 (2+4)

Content:

To construct a self expression language by using the methods of printmaking is the content of this course.

Lecturer: Prof. Gören BULUT

GRA 542 Expression Methods in Printmaking II 4 (2+4)

Content:

To develop the self expression language by using printmaking methods.

Lecturer: Prof. Gören BULUT

GRA 545 Typographic Design I 4 (2+4)

Content:

Producing 2D works by using type and image as the elements of typographic design.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 546 Typographic Design II 4 (2+4)

Content:

The research of type in detailsand creatively as an important visual language in visual communication.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 547 The History of Modern Graphic Design I 3 (3+0)

Content:

The analyses of important graphic designers and design schools from the end of the 19th century till 1930s’ under the circumstances of social and cultural enviroment.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 548 The History of Modern Graphic Design II 3 (30+)

Content:

The analyses of important graphic designers and design schools from the end of the 1930s’ century till the present under the circumstances of social and cultural enviroment.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 550 Graphic Design Portfolio 3 (2+2)

Content:

This course contains the research of the methods, to determine the target audience, the selection of the students’ works that reflects the students’ unique expressions and the conceptual, artistic and aesthetistic talents and the period of the preperation of the presentation in digital or traditional practice.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

RSA 512 New Researches and New Materials in Art 3 (3+0)

GRA 596 Seminar

GRA 598 Major Course

GRA 599 Thesis

DOKUZ EYLUL UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS

PROFICIENCY IN ART IN GRAPHIC DESIGN

COURSES:

GRA 601 Color Theories I 3 (3+0)

Content:

Deeply research of color as the basic element of plastic arts and the study of its’ theory.

Lecturer: Prof. Gören BULUT

GRA 602 Color Theories II 3 (3+0)

Content:

The research of color effects both phisically and psychologically.

Lecturer: Prof. Gören BULUT

GRA 603 Printmaking I 4 (2+4)

Content:

In this course, the aim is to discuss the problematics of creating a unique expression way by studying deeply on art of printmaking as superior solution for communicating the plastic arts to mass societies.

Lecturer: Prof. Gören BULUT

GRA 604 Printmaking II 4 (2+4)

Content:

This course will be worked in depht on problematics of using art of printmaking for creating a unique expression and communicating our ideas to mass societies.

Lecturer: Prof. Gören BULUT

GRA 605 Media and Cultural Forms I 3 (3+0)

Content:

Observation of cultural forms created in mass media.

Lecturer:Prof. Ahmet SİPAHİOĞLU, Ph.D.

GRA 606 Media and Cultural Forms II 3 (3+0)

Content:

Interactions of cultural forms created in media and relations of these solutions with the mass society.

Lecturer: Prof. Ahmet SİPAHİOĞLU, Ph.D.

607 Graphic Design and Application I 4 (2+4)

Content:

The research of advertisement campaign as an important element of production marketing in the age of contemporary consuming economy.

Lecturer: Prof. Ulufer TEKER

608 Graphic Design and Application II 4 (2+4)

Content:

The research on application of advertisement and presentation under the needs of consumers in production marketing.

Lecturer: Prof. Ulufer TEKER

GRA 613 Self Expression in Graphic Design I 4 (2+4)

Content:

The main point of this course is the visual description and the application of the dynamic principles inside visual communication. Interpretation, composition and proficiency of presentation will be expressed.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 614 Self Expression in Graphic Design II 4 (2+4)

Content:

This course will contain the traditional art materials and also computer design, painting, kolage and 3D design. Critics will be personal based and for method of mixed problem-solving will be brain-storming.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 615 Construction in Graphic Design and Aesthetic Problems I 3 (3+0)

Content:

The aim of this course is to examine the principles of graphic design after 1960 by considering the new visual language and the styles of expression that have formed during 19th and 20th centuries.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 615 Construction in Graphic Design and Aesthetic Problems II 3 (3+0)

Content:

The aim of this course contains the critical research of contemporary design concepts and methods; to analyse the graphic designers and graphic design groups and to scan the impacts of the social, economic, cultural, and political attitudes, global and ecological issues on graphic design.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 617 Turkish Graphic Humour I 3 (3+0)

Content:

During this course, the Turkish Humour is examined from the through the period of Turkish Republic untill now.

Lecturer: Prof. Ahmet SİPAHİOĞLU, Ph.D.

GRA 618 Turkish Graphic Humour II 3 (3+0)

Content:

The main aim of this course is to analyse the artists whom has played role in Turkish Graphic Humour in the period of Turkish Republic.

Lecturer: Prof. Ahmet SİPAHİOĞLU, Ph.D.

GRA 619 New Tendencies in Typographic Design I 4 (2+4)

Content:

The aim of this course is to examine to tendencies in typography in the contemporary scene and to represent new approaches.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 620 New Tendencies in Typographic Design II 4 (2+4)

Content:

The aim of this course is to produce effective and creative solutions by using, type, script and image as main fields of communicational concepts.

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. H. Yakup ÖZTUNA, Ph.D.

GRA 612 Theory of Modern Arts 3 (3+0)

Content:

The main purpose of this course is to analyze a new visual language that played an important role at the beginning of the 20th century and at the end of the 19th century created in the direction of principles of modern art. Also, this course includes the critical research of current art theories and methods.

Lecturer: Prof. Ahmet SİPAHİOĞLU, Ph.D.

GRA 696 Seminar 0 (0+2)

GRA 698 Major Course 3 (3+0)

GRA 699 Thesis

RSA 609 Criticism Texts I

RSA 610 Criticism Texts II

STV 601 Criticism on Cinema and Television and Simulation I

STV 602 Criticism on Cinema and Television and Simulation II



CERAMICS DEPARTMENT

The Ceramics Department is one of the ten different departments of the applied art programs. Although it is very young, it is elaborately equipped and gathers students from all over the country. A four year full-time course seeks to achieve the highest academic education standards with its two optional programs; artistic and industrial design.

Artistic Design

The Ceramics Department aims to develop aesthetic skills, transfer ideas and open new horizons for the inspirations of new designs for its students.

Industrial Design

Industrial design focuses to amalgamate the design and practical skills of the students and having close relationship with the ceramic industry gives opportunity for more fertile education.

Research Studies

Technical and Historical

The Ceramics Department provides a wide range of lectures, seminars and giving opportunity to new research projects. It also offers MA and postgraduate courses to students who wish to explore more and get into the specific subjects. In such a short time, it has gained a reputation for being close to the archaeological institutions, excavations and reflected the historical and cultural properties of the region by conceptional and practical studies of ceramic restoration together with its high educational standards for teaching art and crafts.

MA Courses

CERAMICS

1st Term

(SER 515) Ceramic Sculpture I

Practical studio study for building three dimensional ceramic sculptures by using various techniques.

(SER 517) Glaze and Stain Technology I

Research study for glaze making, raw materials, frits and stains.

2nd Term

(SER 514) Ceramic Sculpture II

Practical studio study for building three dimensional ceramic sculptures by using various techniques.

(SER 516) Glaze and Stain Technology II

Research studies on the subject of glaze and stain technologies, coloring oxides, ceramic stains and colored glazes.

PhD Courses

CERAMICS

1st Term

(SER 615) Ceramic Decoration Techniques throughout the Ages I

Research and application studies on the subject of various decoration techniques, which the first samples go back to Çatalhöyük, Hacılar and the other Anatolian civilizations.

(SER 619) Ceramics Raw Materials I

Evaluating of the raw materials for glazes and ceramic bodies from ancient times up to now.

(SER 617) Contemporary Ceramics Art and Artists in Turkey I

Research and analytical study for contemporary ceramic art in Turkey.

2nd Term

(SER 614) Ceramic Decoration Techniques throughout the Ages II

Research and application studies on the subject of various decoration techniques;

especially on Near East, Egypt, Greek, Rome and Byzantine Ceramics.

(SER 616) Contemporary Ceramics Art and Artists in Turkey II

Evaluation of ceramic sculptures and the artists with their art works in Turkey

(SER 618) Ceramics Raw Materials II

Evaluating of the raw materials for glazes and ceramic bodies from ancient times up to now.

DEPARTMENT OF CINEMA-TV

Head of Department : Prof. Dr. Oğuz Adanır

Staff Members : Prof. Dr. Oğuz ADANIR, Prof. Dr. Oğuz MAKAL, Prof.Dr.Ertan YILMAZ

Associate Professor: Şefik GÜNGÖR Assistant Professor: Ragıp TARANÇ, Zühal ÇETİN, Faik KARTELLİ; Dilaver BAYINDIR Lecturer: Onur ÇAKALOZ, Aziz Bahadır ÖZKAN; Sabire BATUR; Dilek TUNALI; Gülnaz SARAÇOĞLU; Research Assistant: Nihan ŞENGÜL, Yörükhan ÜNAL, Sali SALİJİ, Kerim ÇAPCI, Burak BAKIR, Pınar ERTEN, Ozan OTAN

CINEMA-TV DEPARTMENT

GRADUATE COURSES

Creativity and Simulation in Cinema-TV (Prof.Dr. Oğuz Adanır)

The aim of this course is to examine whether TV and cinema has still a critical power.

Economic and Cultural Problems of Turkish Cinema (Prof.Dr. Oğuz Makal)

Analyzing problems of pre-production, production, post-production, management, distribution, exhibition of Turkish cinema in historical development; analyzing relations between government and cinema until 1939; study of legal regulations.

Image in Cinema and Visual Narration (Doç.Dr. Şefik Güngör)

The importance of image and photographic image in audio-visual world of communication.

Statistical Research Techniques (Prof.Dr. Faruk Kalkan)

Research techniques; scientific approach; statistical methods and research graphics.

Cinematographic Genres and Their Impacts to Current Fims (Prof. Dr. Ertan Yılmaz)

Analyzing fact of genre in historical context and investigating historical evolution of it. In addition to that, analyzing present condition of genres and their impacts on current films.

Mediterranean Culture and Cinema (Yrd. Doç.Dr. Ragıp Taranç)

Shared cultural features of cinemas that Mediterranean countries have got and identifying moviemakers which have utilized similar cultural values. Also investigating Mediterranean cultural codes and their effects on other movies.

Main Approaches to Film Criticism and Criticism Methods (Yrd.Doç.Dr. Zühal Çetin)

Approaching to cinema through feminist, Marxist, sociological and semiological methods and analyzing sample movies.

CINEMA-TV DEPARTMENT

DOCTORAL COURSES

Criticism and Simulation in Cinema and Television (Prof.Dr. Oğuz Adanır)

Discussion of content and its simulation in cinema-TV.

Popular Cinema (Prof.Dr. Faruk Kalkan)

The development of popular culture; relations between popular culture and cinema; popular genres in world cinema; comedy, western, gangster, big caper, musical, science-fiction and horror films.

Cinema and Other Arts (Prof.Dr. Oğuz Makal)

Cinema and its relations with the other arts like music, sculpture, painting and theatre.

Film Analysis in Sociological and Aesthetical Perspectives (Prof. Dr. Ertan Yılmaz)

Discussing movies with their relation to social situations as social products and analyzing them as an artwork in aesthetic standards.

Popular Cinema (Yrd.Doç.Dr. Ragıp Taranç)

Discussing and analyzing popular movies through direction, theme, genre, acting, montage and camera usage. Socio-cultural reasons of popularity of violent films which narrates war, serial killers etc.

Genres in Turkish Cinema and Analyzing Methods (Yrd.Doç.Dr. Zühal Çetin)

Looking through genres to the Turkish cinema in historical context and analyzing films which symbolize decade that was made.

Adress: D.E.Ü. G.S.F.

Sinema-TV Bölümü

Gündoğdu Sokak, No: 4

Narlıdere / İZMİR

TÜRKİYE

Telephone: 90-232.2389075/267

2389076/267

2391176

Fax: 90-232.2390594

2396090

E-Mail: oguz.adanir@deu.edu.tr

DEPARTMENT OF PHOTOGRAPHY

MASTER PROGRAM

This master programme is focused on photographic art and its theorical and aesthetic development

and its connection with other arts and diciplines. This photographic programme has been supported with advaced photographic tecniques and projects.

1. SEMESTER

LESSONS

CODE THE NAME OF LESSON T P LECTURER

FTG511 Avantgarde Tendencies and Phot.I 3 0 Asist.Prof.Dr.Gökhan Birinci

ELECTIVE COURSES

FTG 501 The Scientefıc Research Tec. And Pht. 3 0 Asist.Prof.Dr.A.Beyhan Özdemir

FTG 507 The History of Modern Photojournalism 3 0 Asist.Prof.Dr.Gökhan Birinci

FTG 509 The Aesthetic of XIX.Century Phot. I. 3 0 Prof.Dr. Simber Rana Eskier

GRA 535 The Basic Conceptions of Art 3 0 Prof.Dr. Ahmet Sipahioğlu

SSA 529 La Teorie De Simulatıon (Fr.) 3 0 Prof.Dr. Oğuz Adanır

FTG 521 Landscape Photography 1 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. Işık Özdal

FTG 529 Citiscape PhotographyI 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. Işık Özdal

FTG 513 Social Changing and The Art of Pht. 1 3 0 Asist.Prof. Dr. Birsel Matara

FTG 515 Photography and Other Arts 1 3 0 Asist.Prof. Dr. Sadık Tumay

FTG 517 The Creative Process of Art and Phot.I 3 0 Prof.Dr. Simber Rana Eskier

FTG 523 Advanced Darkroom Practices I. 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. Gökhan Birinci

FTG 525 Advanced Studio Practices I. 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. A.Beyhan Özdemir

FTG 527 Advenced Dıgıtal Phot. Practice I 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. Sadık Tumay

FTG 531 Documentary Phot. Tec. And Projec.I. 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. Birsel Matara

II. SEMESTER

LESSONS

CODE THE NAME OF LESSON T P LECTURER

FTG 512 Avantgarde Tendencies and Phot.I 3 0 Asist.Prof.Dr.Gökhan Birinci

FTG 596 Seminar 0 2

FTG 598 The Lessons of Speciality 2 0

FTG 599 Thesis - -

ELECTIVE COURSES

FTG 520 Phot. and İnstitutionalisation ın Turkey 3 0 Asist.Prof. Dr. A.Beyhan Özdemir

FTG 508 The History of Turkısh photojournalizm 3 0 Asist.Prof. Dr. Gökhan Birinci

FTG 510 The Aesthetic of XIX.Century Phot.II. 3 0 Prof.Dr. Simber Rana Eskier

FTG 522 Landscape Photography II. 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. Işık Özdal

FTG 514 Social Changing and The Art of Pht.II. 3 0 Asist.Prof .Dr. Birsel Matara

FTG 516 Photography and Other Arts II 3 0 Asist.Prof. Dr. Sadık Tumay

FTG 518 The Creative Process of Art and Phot.II 3 0 Prof. Dr. Simber Rana Eskier

FTG 530 Citiscape Photography II. 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. Işık Özdal

FTG 524 Advanced Darkroom Practices II. 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. Gökhan Birinci

FTG 525 Advanced Studio Practices II. 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. A.Beyhan Özdemir

FTG 527 Advenced Dıgıtal Phot. Tecgniques II. 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. Sadık Tumay

FTG 531 Documentary Phot. Tec. And Projec.II. 2 4 Asist.Prof. Dr. Birsel Matara

FTG 511 AVANTGARDE TENDENCIES AND PHOTOGRAPHY I.

Discussions on main tendencies in art which occured in 19th and 20th centurıes (like High-Art,Picturialism,Romantism, Futurism,Dynamism in photograph,Surrealism, Bauhaus and etc.) and Europan Art and Culture of 20th century and its effects to photograph art.

FTG 512 AVANT-GARDE TENDENCIES AND PHOTOGRAPH II

Discussions on manifests of 20th century’s art and reflecttıons to the photograph of techniques which has been developed by this tendencies. (Photo-journalism, Ready-made, Pop Art, Photo-realism and other main tendencies after 1960’s.

FTG 501 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH TECHNIQUES AND PHOTOGRAPHY

Photography is one of the main reseach tool and source from medical to archeology, engineering to agriculture. During this course, it will be tought that photography’s meaning and importance in scientific researchs, function and affects concern.

FTG 507 THE HISTORY OF MODERN PHOTOJOURNALISM

Analysing of the appearance of the modern photojournalism and studying on the works of main represantatives and effects to the present.

FTG 508 THE HISTORY OF PHOTOJOURNALISM IN TURKEY

The establishing, development and main representatives of the photojournalism in Turkey at the beginning of the 20th century and effects to contemporary Turkish journalism. Analysing of the role of the photograph with the examples and from a critical point of view.

FTG 509 THE AESTHETIC OF XIX.CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHY I.- II.

In this course, have been analysed the aesthetic period when the photography were investigated photograpy in XIX. century. Researching via different photographers vision samples that photographic creativity and the art tendency like Naturalism, Realism, Empresyonism etc.

FTG 513 SOCIAL CHANGING AND THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY I.

Social chancing have importand role in photographic vision’s functionality and causality. Explation of this nations, hitherto the investigation of photography, choosed specific periods and work samples.

FTG 514 SOCIAL CHANGING AND THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY II.

The reflections on our photography of chances of structure Turk socıal, political, cultural etc.examıned with samples.

FTG 515 PHOTOGRAPHY AND OTHER ARTS I.- II.

Students explore theoretical and critical concepts through discussions by comparing and contrasting selected examples from various art forms such as photography, cinema, painting, theatre, and sculpture.

FTG 517 THE CREATIVE PROCESS OF ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY I.- II.

Creating of art form have included social phenomenon together with personal sensibility. The dynamics of creativty are investigated photographic proses of art with samples.

FTG 520 PHOTOGRAPHY AND INSTITUTIONALISATION IN TURKEY

Photography activities in Turkey occures amoung institutions, job associations, civil organisations and social clubs. The course focuses on what are the factors of these materials and how they affects Turkish photography art.

FTG 521 LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY I.- II.

In the contents of the lesson in the first term.; focuses on the varıaus philosophical, aesthetic and technical approaches to landscape photography that the history of the landscape, classical and contemporary visions, connection with other art forms etc. examined with different artists photographic samples.Second term; students are created own vision depent on theorıcal knowlodge and personal experıances.

FTG 523 ADVANCED DARKROOM PRACTICES I.

This study focus on darkroom practices of photography. Suggested darkroom equipments must be determined before Project design which would be practiced black-whiteand color processes.

FTG 524 ADVANCED DARKROOM PRACTIES II.

Thisstudy explores a variety of nonsilver photographic prınt making and print manipulatıon processes that depart from the more prevelent black and white, color approaches. Areas of investıgatıon include paper characteristics, developer choice and fabricatıon, print size, multifilter printing and chemical after treatment.

FTG 525 ADVANCED STUDIO PRACTICES I.

This course focuses on studio practices of commercial and advertisement photography. Suggested studio equipmants must be determined before project desing which would be practiced indoor and outdoor spaces.

FTG 526 ADVANCED STUDIO PRACTICES II.

Argueing on desinged projects and applying arguments via studio equipments on to projects. The aim of this course is that gives an opportunity to students for unique project desings in studio.

GRA 535 THE BASIC CONCEPTIONS OF ART

In this course, have been checked currently basic art conceptions that the period of globalism. And art conseptions have perceived like keywords which have comprised chancing social-economics conditions. Finally, is being discused new descriptions of art consepts in this context.

SSA 529 LA TEORIE DE SİMULATION (FR.)

Une nouvella theorie creé par Jean Baudrillard. Elle englobe l’ensemble de la vie sociale.Elle se base essentiellemnet sur les medis et leur foctionnement au sein de la societe contemporaine.

FTG 529 CITISCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY I.- II.

In the contents of the lesson in the first term.; focuses on the varıaus philosophical, aesthetic and technical approaches to urban photography, that the history of the citiscape, classical and contemporary visions connection with other art forms etc. examined with different artists photographic samples.Second term; students are created own vision depent on theorıcal knowlodge and personal experıances.

FTG 527 ADVENCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY TECHNIQUES I.- II.

This course targeted to advanced photography students introduces photographic image modification through the use of computer tecchnology. It also emphasizes the philosophical and technical relationship between the camera and the computer. Students journey into new aesthetic discoveries by combining the computer technology with their understanding of art history.

FTG 531 DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHIC TECNICS AND PROJEC. I.- II.

Documentary photography witnesing time periods. So that, composed social memory and continitouity of cultural dynamism. Besides, documentary photographs to interfere the historical period and recreativity visial experiences. In this course, all this phenomenons are eximined and research of documantary series’s technics, project methodology etc. Students learn, through examp assigments, how to photograph in a documantary manner and how to develop autenhentic style withinthis genre.

EFFICIENCY IN ARTS PROGRAMME

DEPARTMENT OF TRADITIONAL TURKISH ARTS

FIRST TERM

GES 603 Turkish Art I

GES 639 Documents of Traditional Turkish Arts I

Elective Courses of Carpet – Rug – Fabric Design

GES 641 Traditional Fabric Design I

GES 645 Traditional Textile Art in Different Cultures I

GES 657 Knotted Traditional Textiles I

Elective Courses of Art of Illumination

GES 615 Schools of Miniature Painting I

GES 619 Composition Styles of Illuminated Manuscripts I

GES 649 Design of Celi Script I

GES 629 Unique Designs in Art of Illumination I

Elective Courses of Turkish Tiling Art

GES 663 Centres of Traditional Ceramic Production in Anatolia I

GES 665 Ceramics of Different Civilizations I

GES 671 Contemporary Tile Design I

GES 673 Reproduction of Old Tiles I

SECOND TERM

GES 602 Turkish Art II

GRA 612 Modern Art Theory (Eng.): Please see Dept. Of Graphics

GES 638 Documents of Traditional Turkish Arts II

GES 696 Seminar

GES 698 Field of Profession

GES 699 Thesis

Elective Courses of Carpet – Rug – Fabric Design

GES 640 Traditional Fabric Design II

GES 645 Traditional Textile Art in Different Cultures II

GES 656 Knotted Traditional Textiles II

Elective Courses of Art of Illumination

GES 614 Schools of Miniature Painting II

GES 618 Composition Styles of Illuminated Manuscripts II

GES 648 Design of Celi Script II

GES 628 Unique Designs in Art of Illumination II

Elective Courses of Turkish Tiling Art

GES 662 Centres of Traditional Ceramic Production in Anatolia II

GES 664 Ceramics of Different Civilizations II

GES 670 Contemporary Tile Design II

GES 672 Reproduction of Old Tiles II

INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS

DEPARTMENT OF TRADITIONAL TURKISH ARTS

COURSE CONTENTS

FIRST TERM

603 GES Turkish Art I 2(2+0): Emergence of Turkish Art, thoughts on societies that formed it, myths about Turkic people. Reflections of religious beliefs on arts, arts of pre-Islamic Turks and animal style in Turkish Art.

639 GES Documents of Traditional Turkish Arts I 2(2+0): Document, types of documents, methods of how to use a document, discussion on sample documentary studies.

SECOND TERM

602 GES Tukish Art II 2(2+0): Conceptions of Turkish Art-Arts of Turkiye, sources of Turkish Art in Turkey, thoughts on both subjects. Distinction between court arts and public arts.

638 GES Documents of Traditional Turkish Arts II 2(2+0): Evaluation of theoritical information about documents, disscussion on sample studies.

Elective courses of Carpet – Rug – Fabric Design

FİRST TERM

641 GES Traditional Fabric Design I 2(2+0): Evaluation of carpet, rug and other textiles within their existence course and historical context, improving new designs by making use of technical and artistic features.

654 GES Traditional Textile Art in Different Cultures I 2(2+0): Evaluation of etnographic characteristics of textile techniques from diverse cultures.

657 GES Knotted Traditional Textiles I 2(2+0): Examination and application on techniques of traditional textiles such as carpet, tülü, gabbeh and etc.

SECOND TERM

656 GES Knotted Traditional Textiles II 3(2+2): Genesis, development and diffusion of textiles, contribution of Turks onto field of textiles, relation of Turks with textiles from Central Asia and Anatolia, fragments of textile in Anatolia from pre-Turks, development of textiles in Anatolia.

640 GES Traditional Fabric Design II 3(2+2): Study on traditional textiles within their historical course and developing new designs with the help of their technical and artistic features.

644 GES Traditional Textiles in Different Cultures II 3(2+2): Project development on designs of different countries given during the first term.

Elective Courses of Art of Illumination

FIRST TERM

615 GES Schools of Miniature Painting I 2(2+0): Historical development, sources and schools of miniature painting. Turkish miniature painting of pre-Ottoman, thoughts on painting prohibition in Islam, early Ottoman miniature painting, court nakkaşhane and court artists, applied unique designs.

619 GES Composition Styles of Illuminated Manuscripts I 2(2+0): Introduction to manuscripts and their characteristics; frontispiece, unvan heading, hatime and such kind of parts of the book and how they are illuminated. Applied work about the subject.

649 GES Design of Celi Script I 2(2+0): Various Celi scripts and applied works in calligraphy.

629 GES Unique Designs in Art of Illumination I 2(2+0): Unique designs and applied work concerning classical manuscript illumination.

SECOND TERM

614 GES Schools of Miniature Painting II 3(2+2): Classical Ottoman miniature painting, artists and their works, miniatures of Şahname, Surname, Hünername and their characteristics, Ottoman miniatures before the period of Westernization. Applied work on a contemporary theme.

618 GES Composition Styles of Illuminated Manuscripts II 3(2+2): Analysis of motifs on the surfaces of ornament on bookbindings, evaluation of composition styles and applied work from unique samples.

648 Design of Celi Script II 3(2+2): Meşk practices in Turkish Art of Calligraphy, designs of Celi script.

628 Unique Designs in Art of Illumination II 3(2+2): Unique designs and applied work concerning classical manuscript illumination.

Elective Courses of Turkish Tiling Art

FIRST TERM

663 GES Centres of Traditional Ceramic Production in Anatolia I 2(2+0): Defining centres of ceramic production that are stil in activity today, study on the reasons why and how they survived.

GES 665 Ceramics of Different Civilizations I 2(2+0): Study on technical features, production methods and interaction of ceramics from different civilizations around the world.

GES 671 Contemporary Tile Design I 2(2+0): Research on how to produce contemporary tile designs that conveys the reflections of the past.

GES 673 Reproduction of Old Tiles I 2(2+0): Pratice on production technology, epoch characteristics, raw materials, mud, glaze, shaping.

SECOND TERM

662 GES Centres of Traditional Ceramic Production in Anatolia II 3(2+2): Defining centres of ceramic production that are stil in activity today, study on the reasons why and how they survived.

GES 664 Ceramics of Different Civilizations II 3(2+2): Study on technical features, production methods and interaction of ceramics from different civilizations around the world.

GES 669 Contemporary Tile Design II 3(2+2): Research on how to produce contemporary tile designs that conveys the reflections of the past.

GES 672 Reproduction of Old Tiles II 3(2+2): Pratice on production technology, epoch characteristics, raw materials, mud, glaze, shaping.

 

 

 

DEU THE INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS

TEXTILE DESIGN  BRANCH  POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS

 

Academic Staff         Suhandan ÖZAY DEMİRKAN, Professor, (chair) s.ozay@ deu.edu.tr

Fatma METE, Assoc. Professor, PhD, fatma.mete@deu.edu.tr
Nesrin ÖNLÜ, Assoc. Professor, nonlu@deu.edu.tr
Füsun ÖZPULAT, Assist. Professor, fusun.ozpulat@deu.edu.tr
Cemal MEYDAN, Assist. Professor, cemal.meydan@deu.edu.tr
Nevbahar GÖKSEL, Assist. Professor, PhD, nevbahar.goksel@deu.edu.tr

 

The Textile Studies awards Master of Art and Proficiency in Art degrees in four unique graduate programs: Fabric Design, Printing Design, Fashion Design and Accessory Design. All programs provide an innovative combination of theoretical, practical and hands-on skills and high level of research.  In order to response to the recognised needs of the Textile, Fashion and Accessory Industries for professionally trained fashion designers, students are provided with technical and artistic knowledge and skills and encouraged to improve creativity of their own.  In research projects, students are encouraged to approach the interpretation of fashion and textile designs and products from a variety of traditional and innovative perspectives.

 

It is interdisciplinary, combining the study of fashion and textile history, art and technology with hands-on skills.  Students learn how to conceive, develop, and create their own designs from concept to product. This program is enhanced by technical tours, field trips, internships and practicums with top design and production companies in various textile, fashion, ready-to-wear and accessory companies.  This program prepares students for careers as textile, fashion and accessory designers, collections managers, and educators. 

 

Textile Design  Branch  Master Program

Courses

 

I. Semester

 

Mandatory Courses

 

 

 

 

 

Lessons

 

 

 

 

Code

The Name of Lesson

T

P

Lecturer

TKA 557

Contemporary Textile and Fashion Tendencies and Development Parameters I

2

0

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 561

Textile Pattern History I

3

0

Assist. Prof. Füsun Özpulat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective Courses

 

 

 

 

GRA 535

Basıc Art Concepts (Eng)

3

0

Prof.Dr. Ahmet Sipahioğlu

STV 531

 

Simulation Theories (Fran)

La Teorie De Simulation

 

3

0

Prof.Dr. Oğuz Adanır

TKA 523

 

Design and Industrial Development of Authentic and Modern Accessories I

2

2

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 563

Turkish Leather Art and Accessories

2

4

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 527

New Tendencies in Textile Surface Designs I

2

4

Assist. Prof. Füsun Özpulat

TKA 529

The Relations Between Contemporary Art Movements and Textile Design  I

3

0

Assist. Prof. Cemal Meydan

TKA537

Fashion, Production and Marketing Methods I       

3

0

Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete

TKA 541

Design Tendencies in Applied Arts (in German)

3

0

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 543

Computer Aided Fashion Accessories Product Design I

2

2

 

TKA 565

Design and Production Methods in Contemporary Fabric Design I

2

2

Assoc. Prof. Nesrin Önlü

TKA 567

Computer Aided Fashion Clothing Design

2

2

Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete

 

 

 

 

 

 

II. Semester

Mandatory Courses

 

 

 

 

 

Lessons

 

 

 

 

Code

The Name of Lesson

T

P

Lecturer

TKA 558

Contemporary Textile and Fashion Tendencies and Development Parameters II

2

0

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 562

Textile Pattern History II

3

0

Assist. Prof. Füsun Özpulat

TKA 596

Seminar

0

2

 

TKA 598

The Lessons of Speciality

2

0

 

TKA 599

Thesis

-

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective Courses

 

 

 

 

TKA 524

 

Design And Industrial Development of Authentic and Modern Accessories II

2

2

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 528

New Tendencies in Textile Surface Designs II

2

4

Assist. Prof. Füsun Özpulat

TKA 530

The Relations Between Contemporary Art Movements and Textile Design  II

3

0

Assist. Prof. Cemal Meydan

TKA 538

Fashion, Production and Marketing Methods II

3

0

Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete

TKA 544

Computer Aided Fashion Accessories Product Design II

2

2

 

TKA 566

Design and Production Methods in Contemporary Fabric Design II

2

2

Assoc. Prof. Nesrin Önlü

TKA 568

Product Development in Clothing Design

2

2

Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete

TKA 570

Development Phases of Tapestry Art and Thecniques

2

2

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 572

20th Century Design and Product Parameters

2

0

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Textile Design  Branch  Master Program

Course Contents

 

Mandatory Courses

 

 

TKA 557- 558 Contemporary Textile and Fashion Tendencies and Development Parameters I-II: (Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan)

Fashion is a socail, economic and psychologic phenomen for ages. From 90’s up to date the variations and improvement in different disciplines is to be examined from the points of industry and arts.

 

TKA 561-562 Textıle Pattern Hıstory I-II: (Assist. Prof. Füsun Özpulat)

Dealing with the mimics of various natural symbols, such as plants and animals, various and rich technical and sembolic embellishments.  Covers how the machinery effected the textile design and patterns at  the industrial revolution and afterwards when the machienery influenced the human life totally.  Deals with the art and design approach rising along with the invention of machine.  

 

 

Elective Courses

 

TKA 523-524 Design and Industrial Development of Authentic and Modern Accessories I-II: (Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan)

 Theoretical studies and prototype practices in the contemporary adaptations of jewels as traditional and modern accessories from the points of material, production and design.

 

TKA 563 Turkish Leather Art and Accessories: (Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan)

Functional and aesthetic leather products, local and original shoes, saddler works and other accessories. Theoretical, practical and research.

 

TKA 527-528 New Tendencies in Textile Surface Designs I-II: (Assist. Prof. Füsun Özpulat)

Covers the aesthetics analysis of various textile surface design techniques.  Analyses of old textile swatches in relation to their aim and functionality, compares with up to date fabric swatches and examines the new tendencies in fabric surface design.

 

TKA 529 –530 The Relations Between Contemporary Art Movements and Textile Design  I – II: (Assist. Prof. Cemal Meydan)

Social and art changes started with the industrilization.Contemporary art movement and design. The relation between cotemporary art movements and textile design during passing period from traditional production to mass production. The relations between contemporary art movements and textile design from Bauhaus today.

 

TKA 537-538 Fashion, Production and Marketing Methods I – II: (Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete)

The changing world of fashion, the business of fashion, design and production of fashion products and fashion marketing methods.   Examination the role of the fashion marketing in textile and apparel firms. Contemporary issues in fashion marketing and the design and product development processes in marketing perspective.  The key topics, such as strategic planning, PD, pricing, market research and consumer expectations.

 

TKA 541 Design Tendencies in Applied Arts (in German): (Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan)

Examination of design ecoles and designers influenced by the periods in applied arts; color, tendencies and necessities in different cultures.

 

TKA 543- 544 Computer Aided Fashion Accessories Product Design I-II:

Realizing the product designs of fashion accessories by computer aided design in order to provide the perception in 3 dimentional approach.

 

 

TKA 565-566 Design and Production Methods in Contemporary Fabric Design I-II: (Assoc. Prof. Nesrin Önlü)

 In contemporary fabric design, relation between design and technology, creativity and functional dimension of this relation, the effect forms on design processes and what the fashion effect happens in this processes.  In contemporary design, fabric structure, texture and design relations, fabric designs and product methods, the place in fabric design and product  proceses of  the new technologies, the innovations which  this processes is brought, the contributions on this processes of fashion design.

 

TKA 567 Computer Aided Fashion Clothing Design: (Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete)

The computer aided design and presentation of fashion products using advanced CAD systems such as Gerber Garment Technologies(GGT) Artworks Studio and various PC based vector and raster graphical softwares. Students design garments and develop their abilities to efficiently create original ideas and designs on various computer platforms.

 

TKA 568 Product Development in Clothing Design: (Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete)

Consumer focused design and product development of a fashion product or collection. Exploration and comparison current and new clothing design and product development techniques by incorporating with fabric selection, draping, pattern making, construction and finishing. The theoretical and practical construction knowledge in transforming new design ideas into products, considering the design elements and principles. 

 

TKA 570 Development Phases of Tapestry Art and Thecniques: (Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan)

Tapestry concept and etimology, first known samples, neolithic period and Anatolian design alphabet, ancient age, the improvements from the middle age to 1960’s, the artistic activities in Turkey and the world, Tapestry techniques and design characteristics (double weaving, aubusson and the other basic techniques)

 

TKA 572 20th Century Design and Product Parameters: (Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan)

Developing design concept from the beginning of the 20th century to the last period; the study of the designers and ecoles influenced by the periods. Product design connections and application ways of methodologies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Textile Design  Branch  Proficiency in  Art  Program

                                                             Courses

 

I. Semester

Mandatory Courses

 

 

 

 

 

Lessons

 

 

 

 

Code

The Name of Lesson

T

P

Lecturer

TKA 655

Contemporary Fiber Art and Parameters I

2

0

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective Courses

 

 

 

 

 

TKA 623

Design and Production Connection in the New Trends of Fashion Accessories I

2

2

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 669

 

Fabric Design Fashion Industry Relationships I

3

0

Assoc. Prof.Nesrin Önlü

TKA 637

Traditional and Modern Design Tendencies  of The Century (in German)

3

0

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 659

Anatolian Jewellery Sources

2

2

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 661

3D Accessory Product Design and Presentation Methods I

2

2

 

TKA 643

Fabric, Form and 3D Design in Apparel I

2

2

Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete

TKA 645

Apparel Analysis I

2

2

Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete

TKA 663

Symbolic Expressions in Textile Patterns I

3

0

Assist. Prof. Füsun Özpulat

TKA 667

Social Structure and Fashion

2

0

Assist. Prof. Cemal Meydan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II. Semester

 

 

 

 

 

Lessons

 

 

 

 

Code

The Name of Lesson

T

P

Lecturer

TKA 656

Contemporary Fiber Art and Parameters II

2

0

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 699

Thesis

-

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective Courses

 

 

 

 

 

GRA 612

Theory of Modern Arts (Eng)

3

0

Prof.Dr. Ahmet Sipahioğlu

TKA 624

Design and Production Connection in the New Trends of Fashion Accessories II

2

2

Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan

TKA 644

Fabric, Form and 3D Design in Apparel II

2

2

Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete

TKA 646

Apparel Analysis II

2

2

Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete

 

 

 

 

 

TKA 662

3D Accessory Product Design and Presentation Methods II

2

2

 

TKA 664

Symbolic Expressions in Textile Patterns II

3

0

Assist. Prof. Füsun Özpulat

TKA 672

Fabric Design Fashion Industry Relationships II

3

0

Assoc. Prof.Nesrin Önlü

TKA 680

Design and Product  Development for Home Textiles

2

2

Assist. Prof. Cemal Meydan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Textile Design  Branch  Proficiency in  Art  Program

                                                             Course Contents

Mandatory Courses

 

TKA 655-656 Contemporary Fiber Art and Parameters I-II: (Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan)

 The presentations of textile arts in the frame of fiber art and conceptual variation comments. Study of aesthetical and artistic basis on turning of traditional textile techniques into new interpretations through the new technological developments.

 

 

Elective Courses

 

TKA 623-624 Design and Production Connection in the New Trends of Fashion Accessories I-II:(Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan)

 With  the points of social and artistic views, study of design and production connections in the direction of improvement processes of fashion accessory products; reflections and solutions of contemporary fashion accessory trends. 

 

 

TKA 669-672 Fabric Design Fashion Industry Relationships I-II: (Assoc. Prof.Nesrin Önlü)

 In view of fashion and industry relationships, the process period of fabric design, the importance of fashion factor and tendencies in this period.

 

TKA 637 Traditional and Modern Design Tendencies  of the Century (in German): (Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan)

Research and interrogation of classical and modern design principles in the new century. Examining the role of new communication techniques in design.

 

TKA 659 Anatolian Jewellery Sources: (Prof. Suhandan Özay Demirkan)

The study and analysis of the social, cultural and political factors as a source of historical inspiration of Anatolian jewellery culture; formation of jewellery design and collection.

 

TKA 661-662 3D Accessory Product Design and Presentation Methods I-II:

 Design process of accessory products; the use of  modeling programs with the application of  3D  design; new technological approaches in the product presentations.

 

 

TKA 643-644 Fabric, Form and 3D Design in Apparel I – II: (Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete)

 The interrelationships between the fabric, trims, form and design of a garment artifacts.  The characteristics and performances of fabrics and trims, their structures, properties and production techniques, with the emphasize on their functional and visual performances in garment.

 

TKA 645-646  Apparel Analysis I – II: (Assoc. Prof. Fatma Mete)

The aesthetics and functional analysis and comparision of  various garment artifacts and the collections of famous fashion designers.  Systematic analysis of the developments on design model and production techniques; studying the details of the material, production techniques, design and model by performing  the product analysis.

 

 

TKA 663-664 Symbolic Expressions in Textile Patterns I-II: (Assist. Prof. Füsun Özpulat)

The graphical language in textile patterns with countless symbols, carrying visual messages which were made by people in different eras and places. Establishing the connections of  symbolism with current textiles and fashion.

 

TKA  667 Social Structure and Fashion: (Assist. Prof. Cemal Meydan)

 Fashion is literally a social phenomeon, which is brought about by conscius groups and individuals with certain values, rules and meaning emerging with interactions of all elements ( factors) within a given (environment) among and upon one another .Put simply, it is a fruit of a social order which finds its functional necessity in its own sources. In this perspective, one will study etimology, concept, principles, definitions, social sources and influences of fashion.

 

TKA  680 Design and Product  Development for Home Textiles: (Assist. Prof. Cemal Meydan)

Planning the product groups, study of product types, product development and design criteria in theory and practice regarding the home textile which is the most developing and invested sector in recent years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






















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