Programmes

Date 10 Oct 2023 to 8 Feb 2024
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 50 Credits

Price 270€ + 27€ (Enrolment) + 2,50€ (ins)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Tuesdays and Thursdays from 16h30 to 18h00

Type semestrial

Program
On-premisse classes.
The course follows a chronological path from Pre-History up to Mannerism. A simple and didactic methodology aims at introducing the main themes of art history by the means of abundant visual information and bibliographic indications.

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Date 20 Feb to 20 Jun 2024
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 50 Credits

Price 270€ + 27€ (Enrol) + 2,50€ (ins)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Tuesdays and Thursdays from 16h30 to 18h

Type semestrial

Program
On-premisse classes,
The building of modernity from the Baroque to the present. The simple and didactic methodology used aims at introducing the main themes of art history through the use of abundant visual information and bibliographic indications.

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Date 9 to 30 Oct 2023
Location À distância/On-line
Number of hours 8 horas - 50 Créditos

Price 80€ + 8€ (Enrol)

Schedule Mondays from 18h to 20h

Type occasional

Program
On-line classes.
Adventures in worlds never seen before, meetings with fantastic beings, reckless or idyllic places – real or imagined, they went on to colonize legends and myths since times immemorial, enchanting whoever read or listened to them. In this course we will account for the way in which illustrations that accompanied or simply produced such reports achieved prodigious digressions that immortalized them, ending up as autonomous fictions, popular and lively.

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Date 17 Oct 2023 to 23 Jan 2024
Location À distância/On-line
Number of hours 50 credits

Price 250€ + 25€ (Enrolment)

Schedule Tuesdays from 17h to 19h

Type occasional

Program
On-line classes
Group of classes that will make a journey through the history of jewellery using as a motto for each class a jewel that marked its time. The criteria for choosing each of these jewels will vary, ranging from jewels that are unique (such as a royal crown or a contemporary piece) to others that are relevant for exactly the opposite reason, that of being one among many equal or similar pieces (such as mass-produced jewelery in the early 20th century). In each session we will try to situate jewelery in its time and analyze its impact on everyday life, politics and history.

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Date 6 to 27 Nov 2023
Location À distância/On-line
Number of hours 8 horas - 50 Créditos

Price 80€ + 8€ (Insc)

Schedule Mondays from 18h to 20h

Type occasional

Program
On-line classes
Rumours fly and reproduce in legends. They are associated to the goddess Fame and can cover truth with darkness just as they can make it drift towards the most wonderful fantasies. The course approaches the fanciful incursions in the field of science that originated legends and fabulous figurations, treated as prodigious discoveries that found an echo in illustrations. Considering the historical period that goes from Antiquity to the 21st Century we will account for various projects of virtuous devices in drawings and in prints that, like a virtual hypertext, made Art profit from the scientific falsities where curiosity won the battle over truth.

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Date 8, 15, 22 e 29 Nov, 6 and 13 Dec 2023
Location À distância/On-line
Number of hours 12 hours - 50 credits

Price 100€ + 10€ (Enrolment)

Schedule Wednesdays from 18h00 to 20h00

Type occasional

Program On-line classes

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Date 4, 11, 18 Dec 2023 and 8, 15, 22 Jan 2024
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 50 credits

Price 130€ + 13€ (Insc) +2,50€ (Ins)

Schedule 2ª feira das 18h00 às 20h30

Type occasional

Program
On-premise classes.
In the creative act, as in its reception, aesthetic experience tends to exceed the limits of perceptibility. Following in the path of the philosopher Gilles Deleuze’s transcendental empiricism, the course will approach this fact from the point of view of an aesthetics of the virtual, where the perception of forms can be amplified through the forces that trigger, populate and express them. This course focuses on the study of three main axes – creation, duration, and difference, establishing connections with different artistic processes and philosophical thoughts of other authors that support the meaning that crosses them. By following the future orientation that seems to define modern and contemporary art, the course also seeks to think about the potency of art in transforming the world.

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Date 5 Dez 2023 to 30 Jan 2024
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.

Price 270€ + 27€ (Enrolment) + 2,50€ (ins)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Tuesdays from 18h00 to 21h00

Type occasional

Program
On-premise classes.
Photographic culture in the artistic and documental context of the 20th and 21st centuries. Students will develop study and observation habits regarding the photographic image, distinguishing between the different contexts of its production, its various uses and its authors.

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Date 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Jan and 7 Feb 2024
Location À distância/On-line
Number of hours 12 hours - 50 credits

Price 100€ + 10€ (Enrolment)

Schedule wednesdays from 18h00 to 20h00

Type occasional

Program On-line classes

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Date 9 Jan to 7 May 2024
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa
Number of hours 50 credits

Price 290€ + 29€ (Insc) + 2,50€ (Seg)

Schedule Tuesdays from 18h to 20h

Type occasional

Program
On-premisse classes.
Introduction to the work of contemporary illustrators and Comics authors, allowing for an approach to the historical and formal contents of both Illustration and Comics. The course is constituted by small specific formation units.

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Date 15 Jan to 21 Mar 2024
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa

Price 310€ + 31€ (Enrolement) + 2,50€ (insurance)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Tuesdays from 18h00 to 21h00 (14 and 21 de March Thursdays 14h to 17h)

Type occasional

Program
On-premise classes.
Mapping of Cinema History through the study of filmmakers, films, artistic currents or movements which, as an answer to their contemporary reality or as a reaction to technological innovation, questioned cinematographic language, deviated from the canon or reinvented the practice and the poetics of the movement image.

Date 21, 28 Feb, 6, 13, 20 Mar and 3 Apr 2024
Location À distância/On-line
Number of hours 12 hours - 50 credits

Price 100€ + 10€ (Enrolment)

Schedule Wednesdays from 18h00 to 20h00

Type occasional

Program Aulas on-line

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Date 21 Feb to 15 May 2024
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.

Price 250€ + 25€ (Enrol) + 2,50€ (Ins)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Wednesdays from 18h to 20h

Type occasional

Program
On-premise classes
The specificity of photography in the forms of artistic and documentary production. Analysis of themes and authors whose works mark different postures in contemporary photography.

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Date 11, 18 Mar, 1, 8, 15 and 22 April 2024
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 50 credits

Price 130€ + 13€ (Insc) +2,50€ (Ins)

Schedule 2ª feira das 18h00 às 20h30

Type occasional

Program
On-premisse classes.
“Letters that are not mailed cease to be missives for possible friends; they turn into archived things” (Peter Sloterdijk, 2000)*. The writings and testimonies of and about artists, in their most varied forms - diaries, letters, lessons and reflections - allow us to explore the theme of the creative process and its aesthetic and philosophical reflection, crossing in a non-linear way different generations, epochs and artistic movements (approaching the cases of romanticism, modernity, modernism, postmodernism and contemporary art). Instead of becoming “archived objects”, the writings become messages for their recipients and “possible friends”.

*Sloterdijk, Peter. "Rules for the Human Zoo: a response to the Letter on Humanism", Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 2009, volume 27, pp. 12 – 28.

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Date 24 Apr to 19 Jun 2024
Location À distância/On-line
Number of hours 50 credits

Price 140€ + 14€ (insc)

Schedule wednesdays from 18h00 to 20h00

Type occasional

Program
On-line classes
From Nature the ground, the water and the heat were harnessed to build shelters and defence works. With terra sigilata and pigments small mugs and casseroles and tiles for the walls and for roof and eave were made. Burned ground was used for clay jug, olive oil jar or water drinking in a scented Estremoz container. And small beautiful fine porcelain figures – or ugly as the devil in popular handicraft – have been produced.
Between sacred and profane – prehistoric flutes, ornaments for godesses and warriors, lamentations in churches, oratories in crossroads and paths, micro-conducters in technology - it takes all sorts of things to make a world and an entire world to know its history and art.

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Date 22, 29 May, 5 and 12 June 2024
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.

Price 120€ + 12€ (insc) + 0,75€ (seguro)

Schedule Wednesdays from 18h às 21h

Type occasional

Program
I. “Ephemeral Photographs or the Photography before Photography”
Analysis of the prehistory and protohistory of photography while contextualizing historically the “Photographer’s media”.
II. “Phorography and Painting vs Painting and Photography”
Departingh from the photographic archives of Aurélia de Souza, we will reflect and create a case study about photography at the time of the painter Aurélia de Souza (1866/1922).
III. “Lisbon - sad and happy city"
Reflection and analysis of the book “Lisboa-cidade triste e alegre”, a graphic poem built and published in 1959 by the photographers and architects Victor Palla (1922/2006) and Costa Martins (1922/1996).

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