Foreign language study programs are not provided.
Fine Arts with a focus on Painting, Printmaking, Intermedia-Digital Media-Audiovisual Media, Sculpture and Spatial Design
The Faculty of Fine Arts educates creative and active artists, working in the context of contemporary visual arts. Students apply a wide range of creative approaches in their work, both two- and three-dimensional in nature, using the latest technological practices and digital media. Based on the acquired theoretical and professional knowledge and technical-technological skills, they should be prepared for professional and creative work in regional, urban and professional TV studios. The painting and graphic arts studios provide a broad-spectrum education that individually prepares the student for independent creation within the horizon of the plurality of opinions of contemporary visual culture. The studios of the Sculpture Department develop skills in soft sculpture, figurative expression, and applied media in order to comprehensively perceive the work of art in its individual, visual-communicative, social, and environmental contexts.
The goal of the pluralistic offering of theoretical courses is to strengthen the student's knowledge and communicative-interpretive skills in the field of 20th and 21st century Slovak and world art, including the study of selected chapters in aesthetics, philosophy, and methodology of artistic creation.
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Painting_Graphics Bc., full-time
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Free Fine Art ArtD., full-time
Free Fine Art ArtD., external
Accommodation and boarding
STUDENT HOUSE OF THE ACADEMY OF ARTS
Kollárova 20, 974 01 Banská Bystrica
Director of the School of Fine Arts: Mgr. Katarína Stareková
tel., fax: +421 48 4320 444 , e-mail: email@example.com
AU School of Education and Culture Director: Miriam Beňušová
tel.: +421 48 4320 445 (from 8.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.)
The accommodation capacity of the AU School is 136 seats.
The price of accommodation in the AU Student Centre is 50 € per bed/calendar month
Application deadline for AU student accommodation:
From 1 February to 31 May for the following academic year
The Academy of Arts provides accommodation in the Student House, ul. Jána Kollára 20, Banská Bystrica exclusively in double rooms with sanitary facilities. The amount of accommodation fees according to the AU Dormitory Regulations depends on the total operating costs. The approval of applications for accommodation in the AU Student Union is governed by Act No 131/2020 Coll. 124 - AU Boarding Regulations, as amended from time to time.
The Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica, within its capacity, provides accommodation for students of the faculties of the Academy of Arts in B.B. in its own accommodation facility, which is located directly on the campus of the school. Accommodation is also provided to foreign students within the framework of the ERASMUS+ exchange study programme.
The AU DS has a common room available for the AU students accommodated. Three kitchenettes equipped with a stove, oven and microwave oven, as well as drink and snack vending machines are available for the catering needs of the students accommodated in the AU. Residential students have free use of internet kiosks in the AU lobby and on the first floor of the AU School, as well as full-screen Wi-Fi.
The Academic Library of the Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica is an organizational part of the Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica and provides library and information services for its users, who are scientific and research workers in the field of art, university teachers, students of all forms and levels of study and the professional public.
The seat of the Academic Library of the Academy of Arts is the building of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Horná 95, 974 01 Banská Bystrica, tel.: 048 4320 kl. 401/402/403, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com www.aku.sk
The library is equipped with audio-visual and multimedia reproduction equipment and allows the playback of audio and video media. Thanks to the implementation of the project "Improvement of the conditions of the educational process by modernisation of ICT, internal equipment and reconstruction of buildings at AU BB", which was co-financed from EU sources, the library was equipped with modern projection sets, which include data video projectors, mobile computer sets for video and data projection and TV projection sets. These include large LCD screens, multimedia network players, blue-ray players and home cinemas. The library has 15 terminal workstations with Internet access and print output, two of which are specially adapted for the needs of visually impaired users.
The Academic Library of the Academy of Arts is involved in the KIS3G - Library Information System of the 3rd Generation project and is one of the cooperating entities of the library ensemble catalogue available on the Slovak Library portal. The online library catalogue is available on the website www.kis3g.sk.
The Academic Library of the Academy of Arts is also involved in the NISPEZ 4 project - Research and Development Information System - Database Accesses for the Needs of Research Institutions, which is implemented by the Centre for Scientific and Technical Information in Slovakia. The strategic objective of the national project is to modernise the national infrastructure for information support of science and innovation in Slovakia as a system solution with a direct impact on increasing the performance and excellence of research and development in Slovakia and economic growth. The following electronic information resources were made available in the library within the framework of this project.:Springer Link, Springer eBooks, Springer Nature.
The following databases of the GALE publishing house were also made available in the library through the national license of electronic information resources, coordinated by the Slovak National Library in Martin.:Academic Onefile, Custom Journals, General Onefile.
The library collection consists of books, collections, periodicals, special documents /music/, audiovisual and electronic documents, electronic information resources, bachelor, diploma and dissertation theses defended at the Academy of Arts. The library acquires, processes, protects and makes available library and information collections from the Academy of Arts' profile disciplines and from cross-cutting social disciplines in order to fulfil the principle of free access of citizens to information and documents. It specialises in literature and documents in the fields of drama, music and the visual arts. Information about individual library documents is available in the library's online catalogue.