1. Mandatory curricular activities
Teaching Internship (60 Credit hours, uncredited)
Syllabus: Teaching internship / supervised undergraduate and / or laboratory internship that the graduate will do in an activity of any undergraduate course offered by the ICA, supervised by the advisor, consisting of 30 hours of planning, observation, follow-up and monitoring and a further 30 hours of class regency and / or follow up of graduates.
Thesis Production and Writing (60 Credit hours, 10 Credit Units)
2. Disciplines and general curricular activities
Concepts and Methodological Procedures in Arts (75 Credit hours, 5 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Research methods and procedures applied to art; research in the arts and research on the arts. Fundamentals of research project conceptions; amplitude and delimitation of the theme; theoretical-conceptual modeling; processes as research processes. In this subject, the student will review his research project in line with the research line and its Advisor.
Interdisciplinary Research Seminar (75 Credit hours, 5 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Presentation, analysis on a selection of studies and reports of research projects related to the final proposals of each student, including specific discussion of each project. It is intended to accompany the research and preparation of the student for the qualification examination.
Advanced Seminars (Elective)
Syllabus: Specific disciplinary, interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary subjects related to the performance in research and / or artistic production of the researcher (s) - effective, collaborator or guest.
3. Elective Disciplines per Line
Research line 1
Performance in Arts (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Performance studies and practices as a compositional and hybrid event. The scene established by performance acting, considering the mobility of artistic languages. Peculiarities of the body inherent in the substantiality of performance creation. Investigations of the procedural course linked to the performance poetics. Achievement of performances accompanied by textual contributions produced by the researcher.
Poetics of Image and Place in Contemporary Artistic Processes (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Critical-experimental studies on processes, paths, technologies, matrices and interfaces of the image. Fixation and mobility: tensions and distensions between reproducibility, instantaneity and durability of images in visual poetics. Territorialisation and de-territorialisation of the image, the object and the body: representation, presentation, installation, performance and intervention in the contemporary scene.
Poetics and Processes: modus operandi and theoretical corpus (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Practices of production and performance in contemporary arts. The body as support and object of art: singularities and diversities of the performative act in the arts. Authorship, shared authorship and disappearance of the author: poetics of individuality and collectivity.
Research Line 2
Epistemic Interfaces in Arts (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Study of the scientific and philosophical theories on the knowledge in dialog stricto sensu with the field of Art. Crossings of the epistemologies of the nineteenth century (positivism, hermeneutics, historicism and phenomenology); Specificities and interfaces of artistic, scientific and philosophical thought in epistemes of the twentieth century (Gaston Bachelard, Charles Peirce, Thomas Khun, Michel Foucault and Edgar Morin); Epistemic traces for the 21st century: art-science-philosophy approaches and ecology of knowledge and actions.
Contemporary Studies in Art and Society (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Contemporary studies on the arts as anthroposocial phenomena, particularly focused on the interfaces between art, culture and society. Ethnographies and theoretical-methodological contributions in the dialogical modalities between art and other fields of knowledge about identities and differences in the globalized world.
Theoretical Movement (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Experimentation of reflexive writing in art as an autonomous creative movement and not regulated by the principles of positivist science. Artistic-aesthetic approach of the language of theoretical discourse as a triggering act of re-signification of practices and meanings, in which ethics and aesthetics are related through networked creations, so as to enable the appearance of folds of research in the movement that generates different products of research and of several formats of public communication of the processes.
Research line 3
History and Aesthetic Theory of Art (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Studies on art criticism and history and their interrelationships. Disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity in art history and criticism. Aby Warburg and Gilbert Durand: mechanisms of knowledge and thought of images. Description, interpretation and judgment of art: directions of criticism, modernity and contemporaneity. Ethnocentrism and globalization in the history of art. Credentials and conceptual discreditations in the criticism and history of works, artists, artistic-aesthetic ideas and artistic-cultural contexts.
Instructing and Learning in Arts (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units) Syllabus: Applied studies on teaching-learning processes in the arts, with the aim of systematizing the artistic experience as knowledge. The pedagogical dimension of art as principle, mediation and purpose. Biopsychological, sociocultural and didactic pedagogical presuppositions in the theoretical-methodological construction in diverse contexts.
Aesthetic Production of Artistic Languages (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units) Syllabus: Studies on the poetic production of language and its function in the constitution of cultural memory. Gestuality, sonority, verbality and visuality: semioses and interactive approaches to language in artistic and aesthetic productions. Aestheticisation of everyday life: mimesis as pedagogy of memory and collective identity. Artistic experience, education and history as interacting processes of the imaginary and cultural memory.
1. Mandatory Subjects
Research and Methodological Procedures in Arts (75 Credit hours, 5 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Experimental research: assumptions, methodology, phases and stages, data collection and analysis. Qualitative research: assumptions, methodology, phases and stages, collection and analysis of qualitative data. Research methods and procedures applied to art; research in the arts and research on the arts. The review of the research pre-project: breadth and delimitation of the theme; theoretical-conceptual clipping; sources of reference, bibliographical and documentary research; bibliographic normalization, annotated bibliography, reference framework, literature review; standards. In this course, students will review their pre-research project in line with their Advisor and research line.
Arts Research Seminar (75 Credit hours, 5 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Presentation, analysis and discussion on a selection of articles and reports of research projects related to the proposals of final work of each student, including presentation and specific discussion of each project. It is intended to verify the progress of the research and prepare the student for the qualification examination.
2. Elective Subjects
Advanced Seminars I (30 Credit hours, 2 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Disciplinary, interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary disciplines, with specific cuts and approaches related to the performance in research and / or artistic production of the researcher (s) - effective, collaborator or guest.
Advanced Seminars II (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Disciplinary, interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary subjects, with specific cuts and approaches related to the performance in research and / or artistic production of the researcher (s) - effective, collaborator or guest.
Advanced Seminars II - Processes of Aesthetic Sensitivity and Practices of Creation (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: The respective seminary has a practical-poetic character. It is based on the idea of the creative act (be it the artist, curator, project proposer, etc.) in any dimension of creation in all languages who wish to broaden their perspective of elaboration of the process their understanding of the idea of the various creative processes. The discipline focuses on the accompaniment, discussion and aid of the creation processes
3. Mandatory and Elective disciplines
Research line 1
Acts of Creation (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Creative study of methodological procedures linked to artistic poetics, conceptually contributed by theories affected by the context of the creative process.
The Body in Artistic Processes: Aesthetics of Experience (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: The modernity vs. postmodern debate. Reflections on the loosening of categories and the dismantling of disciplinary boundaries in the field of contemporary art. Poetic exercises related to research in the conceptual context of art.
Poetics of the Artifice (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Critical-experimental studies of poetic productions using emerging and mobile technologies. Research and elaboration of artistic poetics promoting interfaces between languages, technologies, media, recombo, gadgets, inventions and innovations. Theories and practices of the aesthetic function of emerging technologies. Exercises of artistic creation in multiuser environments.
Research line 2
Acts of Scripture (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: The act of writing as a creative-reflexive practice that interweaves ideas, materialities and multiplicities of languages. Appropriate event through the exercise of reflection - or poetarpensar - via the crossing of the subject investigator with the phenomenon investigated / invented. Proposed writings (verbal, visual, sound, scenic, etc.) on the epistemic interfaces of the arts with the epistemological (political) demands of contemporaneity.
Amazon culture: tradition and imagination (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: The local knowledge of the forest peoples, their traditions, beliefs, rites, myths in the re-enchantment of the academic scene of the arts. Studies of the Amazonian imagination in understanding the ways of living and thinking about the city, the river and the deep forest. The urban, the riverside and the Amerindians as voices of diversity, poetic and human, in the Amazon.
Ethnoreflections in Arts (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Theoretical-methodological and transdisciplinary studies - in ethnocenology, ethnomorphology, ethnomusicology and ethnoplasty - of aesthetic-symbolic systems and / or expressive cultural forms (bodily, sonorous, visual, other) in specific sociocultural contexts in contemporary times.
Research Line 3
Analysis and Interpretation of the Artistic Work (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Studies on methods and theories of analysis and critical interpretation of artistic work and aesthetic experience. Autonomy and heteronomy of sign and poetic language. Theories of creation and theories of reception in the arts and their interfaces. The multiple critical-discursive approaches in the field of the arts: formalist, sociological, phenomenological, semiotic and psychological. Intertextuality, hybridism and writing in artistic-poetic discourse.
Modern-Contemporary Cartographies in Artistic-Aesthetic Theories (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Studies on the modern and the contemporary in the arts. Ruptures and survivals of memory and artistic-aesthetic imagery in the art criticism between modernity and contemporaneity. Vanguards and neo-artistic vanguards: from the syndrome of the new to the conceptions about sociocultural hybridisms. Globalization, identity, resistance and transculturality in artistic culture.
Collections, Memories and Cultures (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units)
Syllabus: Theoretical-methodological reflections about the concept of memory and studies of material culture interconnected to its immaterial dimension and its interfaces with the construction of social biographies of things that are converted into collections, patrimonies and museums. Contextualization and criticism of the musealized artistic heritage or in the process of patrimonialization and / or musealization in the urban space in the Amazonian cities. The importance of remembering for the construction projects of identities. Places of heritage, memories and history of collections, museums and exhibitions. Displacements, conflicts of classifications and their arbitrariness, processes of patrimonialization external to institutional environments, the parameters of distinction and integration between tangible and intangible, material and immaterial, environmental and cultural.
MANDATORY CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Instructing / Training Advisor (60 Credit hours, 4 Credit Units, mandatory)
Syllabus: Graduation and / or laboratory internship that the graduate will do in an activity of any undergraduate course offered by the ICA, supervised by the Advisor, consisting of 30 hours of planning, observation, monitoring and monitoring and a further 30 hours of regency of class and / or accompaniment of graduates.
Article Publishing (compulsory, 2 credits required)
- 02 credits for each publication in journals A1, A2, B1 or Annals of events EV1, EV2. 01 credit for each publication in other periodicals and events.
- Dissertation Writing (compulsory, without credits and without limits of hours).
- Master Thesis - 60h (code PUFPA0013)
- Master's Degree - 30h (code PUFPA0024)
DOCTORAL ACADEMIC JOURNEY (SUGGESTED)
- 1st Semester - 01 Compulsory + 01 Search Line Option
- 2nd Semester - 01 Optional Research Line or Advanced Seminars + Teaching / Supervising
- 3rd Semester - Production and writing of the thesis and PhD degree Sandwich (if applicable) + 01 Optional
- 4th Semester - 01 Compulsory (SIP) + Completion of the Teaching / Supervised Internship + Qualification (if applicable) + and PhD Degree Sandwich (if applicable) + Thesis production and writing + 02 Publications A / B and C
- 5th Semester - Production and writing of the thesis + Qualification (if applicable) + and PhD Degree Sandwich (if applicable)
- 6th Semester - Production and writing of the thesis + PhD Training Sandwich (if applicable)
- 7th Semester - Production and writing of the thesis + completion of 02 Publications A / B and C prior to the defense of the thesis + defense of the doctoral thesis
- 8th Semester - Production and writing of the thesis + defense of the doctoral thesis
Minimum credits required for Curricular Support in Disciplines / Seminars (Compulsory and Elective)
Minimum of 32 Credits: 10 in Compulsory and 12 credits in elective courses + Compulsory Activities (Supervised Internship, Thesis production and writing, 04 Publications, Thesis defense)
Duration of the Academic Doctoral Degree in Arts: 48 months
MASTER'S ACADEMIC JOURNEY (SUGGESTED)
- 1st Semester - 01 Compulsory + 01 Optional of the Research Line + Teaching / Supervised Internship + Publications
- 2nd Semester - 01 Optional Research Line and / or Seminars THEcareer + Teaching / Supervising Internship + Publications
- 3rd Semester - 01 Compulsory + 01 Elective if you did not attend previously + Internship Completion + Proof of 02 Publications + Qualification exam (OBS: Mandatory for qualification: Have done Teaching / Supervised Internship of 60h;
- 4th Semester - Dissertation writing and dissertation defense.
Minimum credits required for Curricular Support in Disciplines / Seminars (Compulsory and Elective)
Minimum of 24 Credits: 10 in Compulsory and 8 credits in optional subjects + Compulsory Activities (Supervised Internship, 02 Publications, Qualification, Dissertation Defense)
Duration of the MSc in Arts: 24 months