BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (Visual Arts)

The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree is offered to school leavers and practicing artists with wide experience and holders of Diplomas in Fine Arts. The duration of the programme is four years.

Below is a detailed programme structure.

 BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (Visual Arts)
COURSE

CODE

 COURSE NAME  
1st YEAR FIRST SEMESTER LECTURER
EDG 1 Study and Communication Skills
FA 111 History of Art I Mr B  Nkunika
FA 112 Design 1: Elements of Design: Drawing, Painting,

Printmaking

W. Miko
FA 113 Introduction to the Arts I: Fine Arts Textiles, Sculpture

and Ceramics

 

 

1ST YEAR SECOND SEMESTER LECTURER
FA 121 History of Art II B. Nkunika
FA 122 Design II: Elements and Principles: Drawing, Painting,

Printmaking,

Textiles,  Sculpture and Ceramics

W. Miko
FA 123 Introduction to the Arts II: Fine Arts
FA 124 Visual Communication: Printmaking
2ND YEAR FIRST SEMESTER LECTURER
FA 211 History and Research into European and African Art and

Visual Culture – History of Africa and Europe

B. Nkunika
FA 212 Philosophy of Education (EDP 27) W. Miko
FA 213 Studio Practice I: Drawing and Painting, Printmaking,

Textile and Fashion, Sculpture, Ceramic Design

and Installations

 

 

FA 214 Visual Communication I: Photography, Computer Graph,

Film and Video

 

 

2ND YEAR SECOND SEMESTER LECTURER
FA 221 Contemporary Art: Practices and Market Trends B. Nkunika
FA 222 Studio Practice II (2D): Drawing, Painting, Printmaking,

Textile Design and Fashion

W. Miko
FA 223 Studio Practice II (3D): Sculpture, Ceramics, Installation

Art, Performance and Conceptual Art

 

 

FA 224 Visual Communication II: Graphic Design, Computer

Graphics, Photography, Film and Video

 

 

3RD YEAR FIRST SEMESTER LECTURER
FA 311 Visual Culture and Contemporary Art Practice 1 B. Nkunika
FA 312 Philosophy of Western and African Art W. Miko
FA 313 Studio practice III: (Field of Major)
FA 314 Research Project I: (Social Research Projects) Curation

and Critique

 

 

3RD YEAR SECOND SEMESTER LECTURER
FA 321 Visual Culture and Contemporary Art Practice II B. Nkunika
FA 322 Philosophy of African Art in Zambia W. Miko
FA 323 Studio Practice IV: (Field of Major)
FA 324 Research Project II: Curation and Critique
4TH YEAR FIRST SEMESTER LECTURER
FA 411 Visual Culture and Contemporary Art Practice III B. Nkunika
FA 412 Philosophy of African Art and  Zambian Art in Education I W. Miko
FA 413 Studio Practice V: (Field of Major)
FA 414 Research Project: Business for Visual Arts
4TH YEAR SECOND SEMESTER LECTURER
FA 421 Philosophy of African Art and Zambian Art in Education II B. Nkunika
FA 422 Studio Practice IV: (Field Major) W. Miko
FA 423 Research Project Report (Self Critique 3000 words)
FA 424 Final Presentation (Graduation Expo)

Academic Members of Staff

Full-time
• Mr Billy Nkunika, Dip AD, DFA, MFA
• Mr William Bwalya Miko, Dip FA, BA, MA

Part Time
• Ms Vandita Varghbhay, MA
• Prof D M Mwansa, BA (Ed), M, Ed, Ed. D

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