Programmes

Date 12th Oct 2018 to 08 Feb 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 34 hours

Price 205€ + 20,50€ (Insc) + 2,50 (Seg)

Schedule Fridays from 11h00 to 13h00

Type occasional

Program A simple and didactic methodology introduces the participants to the main themes of the history of Ceramics. Ample visual information and bibliographies are provided.

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Date 09 Oct 2018 to 24 Jan 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 42 hours - 100 Credits

Price 240€ + 24€ (Enrolment) + 2,50€ (Insurance)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Tuesdays/ Thursdays from 16h30 to 18h00

Type semestrial

Program 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 2, 16, 23 e 30 de novembro 2018
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 8 hours

Price 65€ + 0,75€ (Seg)

Schedule 6ª feira das 15h00 às 17h00

Type occasional

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Date 19 Feb to 06 Jun 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 42 hours - 100 Credits

Price 240€ + 24€ (Enrolment) + 2,50€ (Insurance)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Tuesdays/Thursdays from 16h30 to 18h

Type semestrial

Program 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 21, 22 & 28 February 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa
Number of hours 7h 30 hours - 50 credito

Price 60€ + 6€ (Insc) + 0,75€ (Seg)

Schedule Thursdays & Friday 15h30 to 18h00

Type occasional

Program Since the 1960s the visual arts have been questioning the possibilities, but also the precariousness, of cinema as mass media. The outcome of such a relationship is wide and heterogenous but generically supported on the distinction and correlation between film and cinema, i.e. the connection between the production of moving-images and their respective material support, and the socio-cultural mechanisms that determine their production, distribution and experience. Today, this questioning has become more pressing, as the mass proliferation of mobile screens and the distribution of high quality content through the internet has fragmented the forms through which we watch audio-visual content, challenging the dominant position of cinema. In its relationship with cinema, contemporary art has assumed a singular, if not contradictory, position: on the one hand, it started a systematic reflection around the structures regulating the experience, distribution and production of cinema that, to a great extent, anticipated the current techno-cultural fragmentation; on the other hand, it has increasingly become a haven for the most experimental cinema produced today, giving the latter the conditions that are being depleted within the conventional circuits of cinema production.

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Date 18 Feb to 9 de Jun 2020
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 30 horas

Price 187,50€ + 18,75€ (Insc) + 2,50€ (Seg)

Schedule Tuesdays from 17h00 to 19h00

Type occasional

Program A course unit that critically addresses key issues in the history of jewellery across various epochs and cultures, seeking to establish connections with the artistic practice of contemporary jewellery.

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Date 19 Feb to 11 Mar 2020
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 8 horas - 25 Créditos

Price 90€ + 9€ (Insc) + 0,75€ (Seg)

Schedule Wednesdays from 18h to 20h

Type occasional

Program 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 18 Mar to 15 Apr 2020
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 8 horas - 25 Créditos

Price 90€ + 9€ (Insc) + 0,75€ (Seg)

Schedule Wednesdays from 18h to 20h

Type occasional

Program 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 22 Apr a 17 Jun 2020
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 16 hours - 25 credits

Price 170€ + 17€ (Enrolment) + 2,50€ (Insurance)

Schedule Wednesdays from 18h to 20h

Type occasional

Program Presentation of 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 of small specific formation units.

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Date 11 Oct 2018 to 31 Jan 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 30 hours- 50 Credits

Price 200€ + 20€ (Insc) + 2,50€ (Seg)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Thursdays from 20h00 to 22h00

Type semestrial

Program What are “Modernity”, “Modernism”, “Post-Modernism”? Introduction to the History of Art organized by themes, centered on the concept of “Modern Art”, its “before” and its “after”; structured in two school semesters that can be attended separately. The art of the “Renaissance” will lead us to two pasts and two futures: one past, close by, with which there is a rupture (the “medieval”) and one past, remote, that legitimizes the changes (“Antiquity”). A future that builds a “classical” culture, as an extension of Renaissance utopias, and a future that inflects them and transforms them, until “classical” culture is destroyed. As we take questions of contemporary culture as a point of departure the path is not chronologically linear. The group of works under discussion is centered, exclusively, around painting, sculpture and architecture – and on a “European” - or, should we say, “Western” - cultural tradition, so as to more obviously include its “colonial” and “globalizing” extensions.

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Date 05 Nov to 28 Jan 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa
Number of hours 27,5 hours - 50 credits

Price 200€ + 20€ (Insc) + 2,50€ (Seg)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Monday from 18h00 to 20h30

Type occasional

Program “The world belongs to those born to conquer it/ And not to those who dream of conquering it, even if they are right. / I have dreamt more than Napoleon did. / I have taken to my hypothetic bosom more humanities than Christ did, / I have made philosophies in secret that no Kant has written. / But I am, and perhaps will always be, the one in the attic, / Even if I don’t live in it; / I will always be the one who wasn’t born for it; / I will always only be the one who had the potential; / I will always be the one who waited by a wall with no doors for the door to be opened, / And who has sung the song of Infinity in a henhouse, / And who has heard the voice of God in a closed well./ Believe in me? Not in me, nor in anything.” (F. Pessoa /Álvaro de Campos)

Date 02 Dec 2019 to16 Mar de 2020
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa
Number of hours 33 hours

Price 125€ + 12,5€ (Insc) + 2,50€ (Seg)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Mondays from 18h00 to 21h00

Type occasional

Program 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.

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Date 20 Feb to 22 Mai 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa
Number of hours 24 hours

Price 180€ + 18€ (Enrolment) + 2,50 (Insurance)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Wednesday from 18h00 to 20h00

Type occasional

Program A theoretical and dynamic reflection on the “death” of photography at the end of the 19th century and on the birth of modern 20th century photography. Departing from the photographic and patrimonial legacy of 19th century Portuguese photographer Carlos Relvas, we will produce a context for photography and for its many pioneers. The study of the most significant 20th century aesthetic currents will helps us draw and understand the contours of photography in the beginnings of the 21st century.

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Date 21 Feb to 06 Jun 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa.
Number of hours 28 hours - 50 Credits

Price 200€ + 20€ (Insc) + 2,50€ (Seg)

Admission By order of enrolment.

Schedule Thursdays from 20h00 to 22h00

Type semestrial

Program What are “Modernity”, “Modernism”, “Post-Modernism”? Introduction to the History of Art organized by themes, centered on the concept of “Modern Art”, its “before” and its “after”; structured in two school semesters that can be attended separately. The art of the “Renaissance” will lead us to two pasts and two futures: one past, close by, with which there is a rupture (the “medieval”) and one past, remote, that legitimizes the changes (“Antiquity”). A future that builds a “classical” culture, as an extension of Renaissance utopias, and a future that inflects them and transforms them, until “classical” culture is destroyed. As we take questions of contemporary culture as a point of departure the path is not chronologically linear. The group of works under discussion is centered, exclusively, around painting, sculpture and architecture – and on a “European” - or, should we say, “Western” - cultural tradition, so as to more obviously include its “colonial” and “globalizing” extensions.

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Date 11 Mar a 8 Abr 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa
Number of hours 12,5 horas - 50 Créditos

Price 90€ + 9€ (Insc) + 0,75€ (Seg)

Schedule 2ª feira das 18h00 às 20h30

Type occasional

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Date 12 Mar to 28 Mai 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa
Number of hours 22 hours

Price 165€ + 16,50 € (Enrolment) + 2,50 (Insurance)

Admission No requirements. By order of enrolment.

Schedule Tuesday from 18h00 to 20h00

Type occasional

Program History and theory course on modern and contemporary photography. Analysis of themes and authors whose works embody different aesthetic positions in the present-day art photography scene.

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Date 22 Abr a 27 Mai 2019
Location Ar.Co – Antigo Mercado de Xabregas, Lisboa
Number of hours 15 hours - 50 credits

Price 100€ + 10€ (Insc) + 2,50 (Seg)

Schedule 2ª feira das 18h00 às 20h30

Type occasional

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Date 11, 18, 25 Maio e 1 de Junho 2019
Location Localização: Ver observações
Number of hours 10 horas

Price 65€ + 6,50€ (Insc) + 0,75€ (Seg)

Schedule Saturdays from 15h to 17h30

Type occasional

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