Faculty of Fine Arts (FFA)

Theory and Research

The structuring principles of the Department of Theory, Education, Research were devised in relation with the formative requirements specific to the vocational education within the National University of Arts in Bucharest, as well as in agreement with the European academic standards generalized through the Bologna process. This Department includes the study program of Art Pedagogy, …

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Art Education

The specialization Pedagogy of Fine and Decorative Arts was established within the National University of Arts in Bucharest in 1992 and organized day courses for the duration of five, four and three years, respectively – the latter duration of studies being preserved – with the mission of training graduates who, besides mastering the fundamental language …

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The Department emerged in 1995, at the initiative of a group of artists (Iosif Kiraly, Radu Igazsag, Calin Dan, Roxana Trestioreanu) interested in the role of the new media in artistic education. In 2005, the National Council for Academic Evaluation and Accreditation accredited the Department, and in 2009 accredited the Photography and Dynamic Image specialization …

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The Sculpture Department is among the first structures of the Belle-Arte School in Bucharest, the first professor, Karl Stork, being appointed on the 2nd of January 1865; he was seconded by Ioan Georgescu and Vladimir Hégel. Subsequently, numerous great Romanian sculptors became professors in the Department, and we name here only Dimitrie Paciurea, Oscar Han …

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The Graphic Arts Department aims at training multi-disciplinary specialists in the area of graphic arts, be they visual artists who can carry out their activities in diverse environments and employ different techniques, or specialists in the applied areas specific to graphic arts. The multitude of directions in which are students are trained during the three …

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The Painting Department was one of the fundamental pillars on which the artistic academic education in Bucharest was built all through its long history, and continues to remain one of the most important departments in the National University of Arts. Starting with Theodor Aman, the first director of the first superior school of arts and …

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Professor Petru Lucaci Ph.D.

Area of taught subjects: The study of color for painting, Painting composition, The development of the Master’s project, Principles of structuring the research in visual arts, Principles of structuring the research in visual arts, Strategies of plastic representation in painting / M.A.

Professor Cătălin Bălescu Ph.D.

President of The National University of Arts Bucharest Area of taught subjects: Techniques of two- and three-dimensional representation, The study of color for painting, Strategies of plastic representation in painting, Principles of structuring the research in visual arts.

Professor Eugen Alexandru Gustea Ph.D. – Vicerector

Area of taught subjects: Visual representation techniques – drawing basics, Visual representation techniques – painting basics, Visual representation techniques – composition basics and visual language analysis, Computer graphics – multimedia techniques / M.A., Morphology of the artistic image in graphic design and illustration / M.A.

Professor Constantin Aslam Ph.D.

Head of the Department Area of taught subjects: Philosophy, Aesthetics, The sociology of education, Contemporary aesthetic thinking, Analytical aesthetics / M.A.


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