Por dentro da Central Saint Martins | Inside Central Saint Martins

April 22, 2016

Faltam palavras para descrever o quão maravilhosa esta instituição é. Este primeiro post é um pouco da história da universidade, uma breve lista de cursos e depois vou escrever e mostrar o decorrer do meu curso, os desafios e o resultado dos meus projetos da semana. 

 

Onde: O campus principal está localizado no premiado edifício, um antigo celeiro no centro de King's Cross em Londres. A faculdade também tem campus em Richbell Place e Archway.

 

9 áreas de programas da Academia:
Art | Produto, cerâmica e Desenho Industrial | Cultura e Empreendimento | Drama e Performance | Moda | Graphic Design de Comunicação | Práticas espaciais | Jóias e Têxtil | Fundação e Acesso à HE.

 

História: o DNA da faculdade vem de duas escolas de arte e design, a escola de Saint Martin of Art, estabelecida em 1854, e da Escola Central de Artes, fundada 1896. A Escola Central cresceu fora do movimento Arts & Crafts, o primeiro diretor da Escola, o arquiteto William Richard Lethaby foi pioneiro em uma abordagem educativa que removeu as barreiras entre o intelectualismo do design e as habilidades práticas de produção. Escola de ambos Saint Martin de Arte e Escola Central tornou-se pontos de foco no século 20 para a prática radical através das artes visuais. Em 1989, as duas se fundiram para se tornar o que são hoje, Central Saint Martins. Acolheram também o Drama Centre de Londres em 1999 e a Shaw Escola de Byam of Art em 2003.

I have no words to describe how amazing this University is. On this first post I'll give a brief about the University History, place and show a list of the courses that they have. The next posts will be about my course, the challenges and the result of my week projects. 

 

Central Saint Martins is a world famous arts and design college and part of University of the Arts London.

 

Where: The main campus is located in the award-winning Granary Building at the centre of London’s King’s Cross. The College also has campuses in Richbell Place and Archway.

 

The College’s nine programme areas: 

Art | Product, Ceramic and Industrial Design | Culture and Enterprise | Drama and Performance | Fashion | Graphic Communication Design | Spatial Practices | Jewellery and Textiles | Foundation and Access to HE.

 

History: the College’s DNA comes from two art and design schools, Saint Martin’s School of Art, established in 1854, and the Central School of Art, founded 1896. The Central School grew out of the Arts & Crafts movement, the School’s first principal, architect William Richard Lethaby pioneered an educational approach which removed the barriers between the intellectualism of design and the practical skills of production. He likened learning through theory and scholarship alone to learning to swim without ever touching water. Both Saint Martin’s School of Art and the Central School became focus points in the 20th century for radical practice across the visual arts. In 1989, the two merged to become what we are today, Central Saint Martins. We welcomed Drama Centre London in 1999 and the Byam Shaw School of Art in 2003.

 

You can find much more about the university at their official website.

 

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