Baccalaureate in Arts

Gold and Silversmithing Techniques

Art of Gold and Silversmithing

Art of Cabinetmaking

Sculpture Moulds and Reproductions

Artistic Bookbinding

Sculpture Techniques

Baccalaureate in Arts

Studying the Baccalaureate in Arts teaches students about the cultural references and artistic conditions behind human productions, encouraging the development of theoretical and graphic/sculptural skills that are used in a variety of creative forms of expression. Core subjects deepen the general knowledge that helps to build a person, while specific subjects encourage students to develop their creative abilities.

This choice guarantees rigorous and serious training that means students can successfully apply to higher education, either at university or specific professional training, principally within the field of design and the plastic arts.

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Intermediate Vocational Training Courses

Gold and Silversmithing Techniques

The Intermediate Course in Gold and Silversmithing within the Occupational Category of Jewellery Art offers students the chance to obtain an official qualification in gold and silversmithing that can later be continued at an advanced level. It provides students with the ability to track innovations and new ideas in the world of design and art.

It is an ideal starting point towards a professional mastery of metalworking, gold/silversmithing and jewellery-making techniques.

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Screen Printing

Screen printing can be used in multiple media and therefore has very diverse artistic applications. With a duration of only one year, this course also has the incentive of company internships that are organised to open the doors to the employment market. It is considered to be the most contemporary printing technique because of its immediacy, expressive force, flexibility and ability to be adapted to any type of medium, linking it to diverse artistic activities such as painting, bookbinding, graphic arts, illustration and ceramics.

The emergence of new technologies has meant that it has very broad professional opportunities, with training in the field of large-circulation printing and professional development.

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Advanced Vocational Training Courses

Ceramic Art

The Advanced Vocational Training Course in Ceramic Art includes shaping processes, techniques and artistic aspects related to modern-day ceramics. At present, Ceramic Art falls into several sectors: crafts, semi-industrial production and contemporary art. It has numerous applications such as: ceramic wall coverings, the production of pottery pieces, ceramic sculpture, signature pieces and designer pieces.

The continuous development of ceramic techniques, and artistic training based on developing projects, results in a highly creative course that immerses students in the infinite possibilities offered by ceramics.

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ART OF GOLD AND SILVERSMITHING

The long tradition of gold and silversmithing in Cordoba means that the city is passionate about the art of metalwork. A rigorous grounding and demanding work ensure students progress in planning pieces with truly remarkable results. The Advanced Vocational Training Course in the Art of Gold and Silversmithing is part of the Occupational Category of Jewellery Art and trains specialists in the artistic design of gold/silversmithing objects and jewellery.

The course is structured around the workshop incorporating fundamental theoretical knowledge and technology so that students can compete in the current market.

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Art of Cabinetmaking

Cabinetmaking is a carpentry specialization that is oriented around constructing elaborate furniture; it teaches students new techniques and traditional craft skills such as marquetry, carving, turning and inlaying. The aims of this art is to produce handcrafted and designer furniture; this requires a great deal of practice in the workshop, knowledge of geometry for the layout, and design skills so that you can invent forms according to the caprices of fashion.

The art of traditional and modern cabinetmaking is a very broad area of professional and business activity.

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Sculpture Moulds and Reproductions

On the Sculpture Moulds and Reproductions Vocational Training Course students are given an introduction to the world of creating with plaster and other more modern materials. You will learn both traditional and new techniques so that, by expanding your skills in the field of sculptural art, you can make pieces and reproductions of great artistic worth. Each module teaches students about technology and provides enriching knowledge with the aim of achieving overall progress, and the course is aimed at training professionals to produce modern, high quality works.

By choosing this course you will learn to develop a personal creative language that is visible in all your creations.

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Artistic Bookbinding

Every craft must continuously evolve, demonstrating a spirit of invention and new directions, where technique and materials play a leading role. Artistic bookbinding, as a traditional, thousand-year-old technique, never stops evolving and growing. We cultivate and combine traditional binding with original designs applied to artistic bookbinding, signature books and simple works in cloth.

The course teaches modern binding and helps it form a close symbiosis with the past; this continuity guarantees the future of bookbinding.

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Sculpture Techniques

This course offers students an introduction to the art of sculpture by working with stone, wood, metal and casting with moulds. We provide students with extensive technical, artistic and cultural knowledge, so that they can work on artistic creations in their own workshop in the fields of crafts, art or industry, teaching them the necessary skills to control and organize the whole cultural process.

The employment market for the Advanced Vocational Training Course in Sculpture encompasses countless job possibilities thanks to the variety of its workshops, techniques, procedures and materials used to create objects.

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