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FICHE ATHENES
I – IDENTITE
Nom de l’institution
partenaire
ANOTATI SCHOLI KALON TEHNON (ATHENS School of Fine Arts)
Site Internet
http://www.aht.asfa.gr/
Adresse
42, Patision Street - 10682 Athens – Greece
Téléphone
00 30 210 38 97 131
Fax
00 30 210 38 28 028
Erasmus Code
G ATHINE06
N° de charte Erasmus
54626-IC-1-2007-1-GR-ERASMUS-EUC-1
Accord bilatéral
Erasmus
Depuis 1998 – 1999. Validité de l’accord : jusqu’en 2012 – 2013
Erasmus office :
Contacts et
adresse mail
Doris HAKIM, Dimitris, PANAGIOTOPOULOS, Eliza, ELEFTHERATOS
[email protected]
Rector and
Institutional
Coordinator
Assistant Professor Giorgios HARVALIAS
Erasmus Coordinator
Associate Professor Manthos SANTORINAIOS
Présentation de
l’établissement
The Athens School of Fine Arts has six annexes in Delphi, Hydra, Mithimna (Lesvos), Myconos,
Rethymnon (Crete) and Rhodes. All these annexes have studios and can be used by groups of our
undergraduate and postgraduate students, Erasmus students, teaching staff, and distinguished artists
for educational purposes. They are also used for holding cultural and educational events and as
exhibition halls. Accommodation in the annexes is free of charge for the Erasmus students. All students
are obliged to comply with the regulations governing the annexes given to them when they enroll.
Erasmus students are allowed to stay in the annexes for a total of 20 days. In order to go to an annex,
Erasmus students must apply to the Socrates/Erasmus Office at least 10 days before the date of their
departure. After submitting their applications, they must return to the office on the day indicated to
take their permit. Please note that only Erasmus students officially enrolled in the Athens School of Fine
Arts may use the annexes and only with an official permit.
II – PEDAGOGIE
Années et semestres •
accessibles dans le cadre
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d’un séjour d’études •
Départements
accessibles
L2 (S3/S4)
L3 (S5)
M1 (S7/S8)
Les enseignements sont organisés en 2 cycles, un premier de 3 ans et un second de 2 ans.
1ER CYCLE (L2/L3)
L’école d’Athènes est composée de 2 départements: le Département of Fine Arts and le Département
of Theoretical Studies.
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Le département d’art propose 4 modules :
Peinture,
Sculpture,
Pratiques d’impressions
autres cours obligatoires.
Le département d’études théoriques propose 7 modules:
History of Art,
Theory of Space,
History of Architecture,
Introduction to Philosophy and Aesthetics,
Teaching Psychology of Education,
Art Teaching,
Foreign Language
http://www.aht.asfa.gr/doc/odigos/course_programs.pdf
http://www.aht.asfa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=137&Itemid=127
http://www.aht.asfa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=73&Itemid=81
Postgraduate Studies
2ème cycle (M1)
A. Master in Digital Arts
Since 1998 the Athens School of Fine Arts has been offering its Digital Art programme, a two-year
postgraduate programme that encourages modern artistic and technological research into new digital
forms of art. It leads to an M.A. Degree in Digital Arts.
tel.: +30 210 4801228, -229
http://www.digitalarts.asfa.gr/
[email protected]
B. Master in Fine Arts
The Athens School of Fine Arts will begin providing a two-year Master's Programme in Fine Arts in the
next academic year. The Master Programme aims at specialisation in visual and fine arts, art theory
and aesthetics. In addition to the studio work that is the backbone of the programme, the students
attend seminars, lectures, and meetings with distinguished artists from Greece and abroad.
Liste des enseignants
Modalités de choix
des cours
http://www.aht.asfa.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=20&Itemid=53
Programme of studies
ECTS
For ERASMUS students it will be better if you choose one of our core courses i.e. Painting, Sculpture,
Printmaking while we also offer number of Supplementary- Compulsory Studio Courses. Of these you
may choose at least 2 (to get the 30 ECTS per semester). Students may not choose 4th year Theoretical
courses (At teaching, psychology, pedagogy). Please also note that the theoretical courses are
delivered in Greek language.
The full cycle of courses taught in the Athens School of Fine Arts is distributed in semesters as below:
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The first year is not offered for ERASMUS students
Second year of studies
ECTS
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3
Semester
Core studio according to the basic orientation of each student → Painting III,
16
Sculpture III or Printmaking III
History of Art III
4
Theory of Space / History of Architecture III
3
Foreign Language (English or French) III
Compulsory studio
7
4th Semester
ECTS
Core studio according to the basic orientation of each student → Painting IV,
16
Sculpture IV or Printmaking IV
History of Art IV
4
Theory of Space / History of Architecture IV
3
Foreign Language (English or French) IV
2
Compulsory studio
7
Third year of studies
ECTS
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5
Semester
Core studio according to the basic orientation of each student → Painting V,
16
Sculpture V or Printmaking V
History of Art V
4
Introduction to Philosophy and Aesthetics I
3
Compulsory studio
7
6th Semester
ECTS
Core studio according to the basic orientation of each student → Painting VI,
16
Sculpture VI or Printmaking VI
History of Art VI
4
Introduction to Philosophy and Aesthetics II
3
Compulsory studio
7
Fourth year of studies
ECTS
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7
Semester
Core studio according to the basic orientation of each student → Painting VII,
20
Sculpture VII or Printmaking VII
Compulsory studio
Compulsory theoretical course I
7
B
3
Pedagogy
2
Art teaching
6
8th Semester
ECTS
Core studio according to the basic orientation of each student → Painting VIII,
20
Sculpture VIII or Printmaking VIII
Compulsory studio
Compulsory theoretical course II
7
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3
Psychology
2
Art teaching
6
Compulsory studio
Each student must select one or more of eight (8) the following annual courses:
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Printmaking (Relief printing, Intaglio printing or Lithography, Serigraphy)
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Sculpture
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Fresco and Icon Painting
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Mosaic
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Stage Design
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Photography
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Graphic Design
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Multimedia
Fifth year of studies
ECTS
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9
Semester
Core studio according to the basic orientation of each student and preparation of
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student’s Diplomatic work→ Painting, Sculpture or Printmaking
10th Semester
Core studio according to the basic orientation of each student and preparation of
student’s Diplomatic work→ Painting, Sculpture or Printmaking
Contacts des
étudiants/enseignants
de l’ESBANM ou
étrangers
Autre support
d’information
Hoël DURET (ESBANM) – 2009/2010 : [email protected]
00 33 (0)6 28 40 19 13
Georgios GYZIS (ATHENES) – 2009/2010 : [email protected] 00 30 69 46 99 07 68
Hélène FISCHER (ESBANM) – 2010/2011 : [email protected] 06 87 11 43 94
Fiche Curie GRECE
http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/pays-zones-geo_833/grece_187/index.html
Plaquette d’information disponible auprès du Pôle MOBILITE
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III ADMINISTRATION
Dates limites
d’inscription
The deadline for both semesters for the Athens School of Fine Arts is May 31, but it is not an absolute
one.
1er semestre : 31 mai 2010
2ème semestre : 1er novembre
Calendrier scolaire
1er semestre : du 10 octobre 2009 à février 2010
2ème semestre : du 1er mars au 30 juin 2010
L’école est fermée 15 jours à Noël et à Pâques.
Athens School of Fine Arts
Application for Admission as LLP/Erasmus Student (09/06/2010)
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Personal Details
Surname
Address
First Name
Telephone
Date of birth (day/month/year)
e-mail
Gender:
Male: □
Dates of attendance →
Name and subject of study
Female: □
Nationality
Start date
End Date
Mobile
Year of study during visit:
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Name of Home University
Socrates/Erasmus Institutional Coordinator
Address
Contact person
tel.:
fax:
e-mail:
Course Unit
Code:
DETAILS OF THE PROPOSED STUDY PROGRAMME
Course Unit Title:
Period
ECTS credits
When complete, please send this form, a cv, a motivation letter and a portfolio ,
before
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May 31 for the first semester and before
November 1st for the second semester to:
Athens School of Fine Arts
International Relations Office
42 Patision st.
106 82 Athens - Greece
Student’s signature:
Date:
SENDING INSTITUTION:
We confirm that the proposed study programme is approved.
Departmental Coordinator’s signature
Institutional Coordinator’s signature
Date:
Date:
RECEIVING INSTITUTION:
The above mentioned student is:
□ accepted at our Institution
□ not accepted at our Institution
Departmental Coordinator’s signature
Institutional Coordinator’s signature
Date:
Date:
Please note that all students who are interested in realizing Socrates/Erasmus student mobility at the
Athens School of Fine Arts are required to fill in the attached application form and to send it to us.
Please note that it is not necessary to fill the “Course Unit Code”. It is however essential that they fill
in the “Course Unit Title” (e.g. Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Stage Design, Photography,
Multimedia, Graphic Design, etc.) in order to reserve space for them at the studios.
Enregistrement à
l’arrivée dans l’école
d’accueil
OPEN DAY
11 OCTOBER 2010
The Erasmus Office of the Athens School of Fine Arts invites all incoming
Erasmus students to an Open Day on Monday 11 October 2010, at the
School’s premises on Peiraios St. The day starts at 11am and the program
will include a tour of the various studios, introduction to the Athens School of
Fine Arts and related information.
We will be happy to see you!
For more information please contact the Erasmus Office at:
[email protected]
+30 210 38 97 131
Best regards
The LLP/Erasmus Office
ATHENS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS
ADMINISTRATION – PATISSION STREET
ATHENS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS
STUDIOS - PEIRAIOS STREET
In order to enroll in the Athens School of Fine Arts, Erasmus students must come to the
Socrates/Erasmus Office, 42 Patision St. when they arrive. They must have with them their curriculum
vitae, a portfolio, and five passport photographs. After they enroll, they must go to the school's
central building at 256 Peiraios St. to select the studios they wish to attend. Erasmus students may
select any studio; as long as the supervising professor accepts them in his/her course.
Erasmus students must notify the Socrates/Erasmus Office which studio they will be working in as well
as the name of their supervising professors. In case a student decides to change or select a new studio
during his/her studies, he/she must inform the Socrates/Erasmus Office.
At the end of their studies, all students must show the work they have done during their stay to their
supervising professors. After evaluating this work, the supervising professors fill out the Evaluation
form for Erasmus Students and send it to the Socrates/Erasmus Office for a Certificate of Studies to be
issued. If a student fails to notify the Socrates/Erasmus Office of what courses he/she will be attending,
the Socrates/Erasmus Office will not be able to provide him/her with the Certificate of Studies.
At the end of each academic year the school holds an exhibition of the work carried out by Erasmus
students. All Erasmus students are requested to donate one of their pieces of work for this exhibition.
Please note that the donated works will be kept by the school.
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IV – VIE PRATIQUE
The Athens School of Fine Arts provides Erasmus students with the following:
- The basic materials for their studio work
- A student card
- A school restaurant card (two free meals a day)
- A free pass for museums and archeological sites in Greece
- A public transport card (reduction up to 50% on all public transport)
1 - http://www.worldstudent.com/etranger/grece/index.shtml
2 - http://www.onisep.fr/onisep-portail/portal/mediatype/html/group/gp/page/accueil.espace.europe
Logement
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[email protected] Jean – Christophe DUFRENE, français habitant à Athènes depuis son
enfance, traducteur, prof de français et de grec pour francophones, loue une chambre dans son
appartement à des étudiants Erasmus ou des chercheurs (non fumeurs). L’appartement est de 80 m², au
4ème étage sans ascenseur, salon, 2 chambres à coucher, cuisine, salle de bain, balcon, climatisation dans
toutes les pièces, situé pratiquement à l’angle de l’avenue Kifissias (avec un arrêt de bus à 20 mètres et une
station de métro à 10 mn environ à pied, à 4 stations du centre) et de l’avenue Katechaki qui mène
directement à l’université (Panepistimioupoli et Polytechnioupoli). 70 €/semaine, toutes charges comprises,
avec une caution de quelques semaines que l’étudiant récupère en ne payant pas les dernières semaines de
son séjour.
Youth hostel Victor Hugo – 16 Victor Hugo street – 10438 Athènes - 30 210 15 23 4170
fax : 30 210 15 23 4015
The Athens School of Fine Arts does not provide accommodation for Erasmus students. Students
have to find their own lodging. If needed, the Socrates/Erasmus Office will provide assistance in finding
accommodation
Monthly rents in Athens vary from 150-350 €, depending upon whether or not the apartment is
shared or furnished.
Santé
Cours de langue
All incoming Erasmus students from members of the European Union are entitled to Social Security from
their own country and should therefore be provided with the European Health Insurance Card. This
card is issued by each country’s public health authorities and entitles you to medical insurance in Greece.
Students not carrying the European Health Insurance Card from their home country or students from
countries outside the European Union must obtain another type of health insurance, public or private,
prior to their arrival.
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- Possibilité de suivre des cours de langue dans le cadre du programme Erasmus http://ec.europa.eu/education/erasmus/doc1300_en.htm
- Students interested in learning the Greek language can contact:
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
School of Philosophy
Interdepartmental programme for the teaching of modern Greek as a foreign language
Modern Greek Language teaching center
tel.: 0030 210 7277672
fax: 0030 210 7277673
e-mail: [email protected]
Bibliothèque
http://librarynt.asfa.gr
Divers
25/10/2010
Dear Colleagues
We regret to inform you that due to the strict economic policy imposed by the Greek
Government and the IMF, Erasmus Students will not be entitled to a restaurant card for free
meals.
Instead they will have to pay 2.20 € per meal.
Kind Regards
Erasmus Office
16/06/2010
Dear partner,
Thank you for this message.
Unfortunately, a similar structure doesn't exists in our institution.
There are some art history and theory courses proposed to the students of our institution, but not a sufficient number so as to cover
an exchange of one semester for art history/theory students.
Best regards, Hubert
Hubert BERNIER
Pôle MOBILITE
ECOLE SUPERIEURE DES BEAUX-ARTS
NANTES METROPOLE
2, Place Dulcie September - BP 20119
44001 Nantes cedex 1
02 40 35 90 33
[email protected]
[email protected]
www.esba-nantes.fr
De : llp [mailto:[email protected]]
Envoyé : mardi 8 juin 2010 10:23
À : llp
Objet : New Department of Theory and History of Art at the Athes School of Fine Arts
Dear colleagues,
We would like to inform you on behalf of Professor Ms Fay Zika that a new Department of Theory and History of Art has been
founded within the context of The Athens School of Fine Arts. The new department aims at encouraging the interdisciplinary
discussion between history, theory and practice.
In the context of Erasmus exchanges already established between our two institutions, we are writing to inquire the following:
(a) Whether a similar structure exists in your institution
(b) Whether, even if not a separate department, there is a sufficient number of art history and theory courses offered so as to cover
an exchange (at least for a semester) for art history/theory students.
[email protected]
On our side, we can offer a number of art history/theory courses (with tutorial supervision in English, French or German), attendance
at a variety of art studios, as well as field trips covering a wide span of artistic and cultural production (from Ancient to contemporary
Greece, Mediterranean basin, East/West divide, Orientalism, etc.).
If the above is of interest to your institution and has possibilities of practical implementation, please inform us so that we can send you
more details and the full curriculum of the Dept. of Theory and History of Art.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Kind Regards
Erasmus Office