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ფაკულტეტები
 
Fine Arts
 

Directions

Painting

Graphic Art

Sculpture

Drawing

 
 
 
 
 
 
Painting
 

Head of the Direction  Professor David Aleksidze

The Direction of Painting has been a central unit of the Faculty of Fine Arts since its establishment.
The complex methodology employed by the Direction of Painting envisages teaching of classical painting principles along with the developing the students’ ability to understand, analyse and use for creative purposes contemporary subject-specific information.

The Painting Direction offers optional courses to all the faculties and directions of the Academy. Its academic programmes are designed in accordance with the specific requirements of each faculty and department.

The Painting Direction offers three specialisations:

  • Easel Painting:  Being a core specialisation for all types of art media, it offers courses combining cutting-age approaches with the  most useful elements of the previously provided programmes. The painting courses traditionally make emphasis on teaching basic principles through observational painting. The methodology applied in teaching the principles of painting compositions is tailored to the students’ interests.
  • Theatre Painting(Scenography): Combining traditional and modern approaches, the programmes offered have been designed by taking into account the experience of higher arts educational institutions of Europe. They are aimed at teaching the production of stage designs by addressing visual and technical aspects, as well as finding stylistic and technical solutions to a variety of costume designs. Stage designers create performances in collaboration with directors.
  • Film and TV Painting: The Cinema and Film Set Design Studio was established at the Faculty of Fine Arts in 1968. The highly specialised programme makes emphasis on developing students’ creativity and spatial thinking abilities. The graduates are expected to be able to fully uncover and expand the potential and visual possibilities offered by cinema and television, think creatively and achieve artistic independence. They are trained to develop orientation to contemporary media space and use artistic and creative techniques for producing visual elements for feature films, short films, documentaries, television films, commercials, television and musical shows.

Teachers:

David Alexidze, Professor
Giorgi Gugushvili, Professor
Giorgi Gegechkori, Professor
Mamuka Mikeladze, Professor
Giorgi Khutsishvili, Associate Professor
Tinatin Tskhadze,  Associate Professor
Giorgi Lapiashvili, Associate Professor - Stage Design 
Otar Chakvetadze, Associate Professor
Megi Tsitlidze, Associate Professor
Tamar Minashvili, Assistant Professor
Nikoloz Tsikhelashvili, Assistant Professor - Stage Design
Giorgi Tatishvili, Assistant Professor - Cinema and Film Set Design
Ekaterine Gelovani, Assistant Professor