Course in PSPSR curriculum 2022
- Anthropology & Sociology of Arts
- Archaeology and History of Arts
- Epistemology of Arts Studies
- Art Institution and Event Management
- Performance Theories
- Arts and Religion
- Arts and Policy
- Arts and Tourism
- Arts and Education
- Arts, Capitalism, and Activism
- Aesthetics and Semiotics
- Arts Research Methods
- Visual Studies Theories
- Music Studies
- Visual Arts, Design, and Media Arts Studies
- Dance Studies
- Theater Studies
- Performing Arts Critics
- Visual Arts, Design, and Media Arts Critics
- Conservation and Development of Traditional Arts
- Arts Psychology
- Arts and Gender
- Arts, Inclusive, and Disability
- Arts, Science, and Technology
- Proposal Seminar
Course in PSPSR curriculum 2018
This course facilitates students to criticize theoretical perspectives that have been commonly applied and used in art studies. This course also accommodates students to identify explanatory gaps in each theoretical perspective. Then, the students are able to direct their research to fill these theoretical gaps. In this course, students are going to criticize the ontological and epistemological assumptions of art studies, as well as to understand the importance of a multi/interdisciplinary approach for developing a theoretical perspective of art studies.
This course introduces and explores a new study called performance studies. Performance studies is a study that reveals a performance moment, both performing arts and fine arts. This course updates theoretical and practical art studies. In this course, students will understand the essence of art, not only about form but also about events, moments, and the meaning of art itself. This course consists of the history, existence, and development of performance studies. This course is also important because of the multi/interdisciplinary approach that is useful for the new research.
This course is for understanding an art research mechanism in particular, and culture in general. Research is the backbone of scientific discipline, so knowledge about research can be interpreted as an effort to gain a new understanding by asking questions, collecting data, and analyzing. In this course, more attention will be given to the process of understanding various research methods and data collection. Through the method, a study will be designed as a holistic systematic unit as the final result. In this course, the discussion will try to understand various methods and observations, both empirical, or literary, particularly in articulating research and art studies.
This course discusses the phenomenon of performing arts and fine arts in the past based on archaeological data sources from various periods in Indonesia, namely the prehistoric period, the Hindu-Buddhist culture, the Islamic period, and the colonial period in Indonesia. Archaeological data used as a source of discussion are verbal data in various ancient inscriptions and ancient books; Pictorial data is in the form of images or reliefs found in prehistoric cave relics, temple buildings, mosque buildings, literary texts. By obtaining an overview of the phenomenon of past performing arts and fine arts, it is hoped that students will get a picture of the continuity and changes of performing arts and fine arts in Indonesia from time to time. Also, this course discusses aspects of analytical methods and techniques used to understand archaeological sources.
Presents the theory of signs, which includes a brief the history, the main characters of modern semiotics, the definitions of Ferdinand de Saussure and Charles Sanders Peirce, typology of signs, paradigm/syntax, axis and analysis of syntagmatic/paradigmatic, the realm of semiotic studies (syntax, pragmatics, and semantics), Roland Barthes level of sign (denotation, connotation, myth), articulation, modality, representation, coding/encoding/decoding, intertextuality, text semiotics, visual semiotics, strength and weaknesses in semiotic studies. Studying the process of artistic creativity and broadening horizons about arts is something essential. In addition to getting closer
to art issues, it is also to eliminate negative views and pretensions that regard art and artists as less valuable, messy, slum, ragged, unemployed, and live casually. However, art is a natural part of human life as important as other aspects of life—something positive and useful, not something negative and harmful.
This course is going to make the students understand about anthropology and sociology approaches when they observe art. Anthropology of art provides an understanding of the basic principles of the anthropological method as an alternative choice in conducting research activities in the field of performing arts and visual arts. Anthropology will collect the data from the field. Meanwhile, the sociology of art provides an understanding of the sociological paradigm in analyzing art both as an aesthetic product, as an object of study, and as a material for teaching and learning processes. These approaches will reveal and examine the context of arts’ objects.
This course provides an understanding of aesthetic concepts and their relation to art; provides an understanding of various aesthetic theories from classical and modern, including issues of beauty, imitation, expression, empathy, intuition, communication, and it is related. As a basis for the study of aesthetic approaches, we also pay attention to Indonesia’s traditional aesthetic concepts. After completing this course, students are expected to be able to apply and analyze art studies with the basic concepts of art and aesthetics.
This course aims to enable students to comprehend writing scientific papers comprehensively. The material includes the meaning of scientific papers, guidelines for scientific papers, language and punctuation, and the systematics of writing scientific papers. After completing lectures, students are expected to present scientific papers by the techniques and rules of writing scientific papers.
This course is designed to introduce students to art management components, both performing arts and fine arts management. Fine arts management is focused on developing and understanding the functions and objectives of art management and creative industry management. Students must understand management, cultural entrepreneurship, positioning strategy and brand identity, marketing management, and fundraising for arts organizations and creative industries. Meanwhile, regarding the management of a performing arts presentation, it provides an understanding of the functions and benefits of management regarding the principles of performing arts management, including organizational management, financial management, and performance management. This lecture consists of lecturers’ exposure, discussions, gallery visits, seeing a performance event, and students’ presentations.
This course will examine the meaning between art, religion, and their relationship. These concepts have a history of constructs that influence each other. Furthermore, it articulates how the existence and meaning of art in relation to religion, and/or vice versa. In this context, the two elements enrich each other, even if they are united; but on the other hand, sometimes they conflict with each other. The various relationships will also examine to find the rationalization. In addition, this course will directly interact with the community–either religious or belief community–to observe how experienced and lived within the two elements. The goal of this course is this class not only be a scientific discussion forum to critically understand related problems (the relationship between art and religion) but also as a contributive and solution discussion.
This course reveals the relationship between art and policy. In this lecture, the lecturer will examine the regulation by the regulation of the policies that related either directly or indirectly to the existence of the arts. In this course, students will be shown the point of view of government or society when they discuss the regulation. This course also deals with how policies affect and how policies impact the arts. In this course, the lecturer will also disclose certain policies and link them to art and its context. According to this purpose, the students are going to understand the policy that relates to the arts. This course will encourage the sensitivity of students to the policy that relates to the arts. Then the students will able to examine, question, criticize the regulation in the future.
This course discusses the image of art depicting human behavior and psychology, reviewing the nature of art and works of art for and from psychology. Several psychological theories can be used to view a work of art. By obtaining this description, students are expected to analyze a phenomenon seen from a psychological perspective.
Art and education are often two separate things and have their respective pillars. Simultaneously, the development of art theory is also influenced by the development of science in various fields and vice versa. Contextual or multicultural-based art education. Art should not only be known but also experienced authentically and naturally. After completing this course, students can apply a contextual approach to art education in formal and informal environments and synergize art and education in the current era of globalization.
The Art and Tradition discuss knowledge and practice regarding the appreciation of arts and culture, training to express thoughts scientifically both orally and in writing, through a process of intelligent analysis and evaluation of various artistic and cultural phenomena that have been appreciated and expressed and can interpret values contained in art and culture.
“The Art and Gender” course reveals the knowledge about gender identity that is reflected and/or reinforced through art, both in the production process and in its interpretation. This course also discloses the relation between gender and art, because art is used as a medium to encourage social change, especially regarding the position of women and men in certain contexts. The learning process in the classroom are lecture and discussions on lecture topics.
This course articulates that art is not just an expression of beauty. All aspects of human life such as memories of the past, religion, ecology, education, ideology, economy, technology, power and
politics are connected with artistic expression. On the one hand, art can be a way of emancipation but on the other hand it becomes a tool of political hegemony and power which is spread across many media and categories. This course, students are invited to be more critical and sensitive in seeing the potential and expressions of art, both local and global.
This course discusses the development of arts and tourism. Performing arts which have a role and contribution in the world of tourism. The material given is about performing arts on tourism development, understanding the performing arts with tourism, and managing the tourism industry sector through performing arts
This course deals in the development of dance in Indonesia with an emphasis on its relationship with dances in India and Southeast Asia. Furthermore, this course articulates the three primary functions of dance, namely: as a means of ritual, as an expression or personal entertainment, as well as an aesthetic presentation. The topic of this course also talk about west dance. The development of dance in the West, especially ballet, reached its standard form in France. Impact of the pattern, Rudolf von Laban creates the dance notation system. Lecturer is going to articulate the notation system. This course also elaborate the development of dance in Indonesia during the transition period and its prospects with the presence of the tourism industry, as well as dance production, dance management, dance criticism functions, and the history of dance education in Indonesia.
This course provides an understanding on the trajectory of archipelago music that is spread in the country, both in terms of structure, musical system and tone scales, instrumentation, and function. This course deals with the study of Nusantara music that articulate various theories, forms, structures, tone systems, ‘modes’ or pathets and its relation with the cultural values of the supporting communities. This course also discussed the presence of ethnomusicology in Indonesia which is An explanation of the situation of traditional music life in Indonesia is related to cultural transformation, especially in the presence of a cultural transition from an agrarian culture to an industrial culture. Furthermore, this course Also discussed contact with music culture outside Indonesia or even with local music owners who present collaborative works. On the other hand, this course provides an understanding of the oldest music in the West, namely Greek and Roman, until its development in the Middle Ages. This course also explained about various Western music systems regarding the interval, tone system, pitagoras system, pure system, and also about harmony. The discussion also talks about the history of music from the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical era; the history of music from the Romantic and Modern times as well as the music of nations with ‘high’ cultures such as China, India, Arabic, Indonesia etc.; the development of modern music in Indonesia.
This course discusses the development of craft art in Indonesia, spread throughout the country in a concise but comprehensive manner, including leather crafts, wood crafts, metal crafts, precious metal crafts, ceramics, weaving, and batik. Discussions regarding the development of art since the
entry of Western influences into Indonesia, presenting the distinctive styles known in painting as the Mooi Indie style, Indis style architecture, to the development of art during the Old Order Era (1945-1965). Starting to explain the development of design art that influenced various art products in Indonesia during the New Order Era (1966-1998), the emergence of an agreement on the emergence of the concept of pluralism or multiculturalism in fine arts, until the most recent developments, namely the advent of the Reformation Era.
This course consists of two points, criticism theories and applied criticism. The theories of criticism elaborate the theory from aesthetic approach and sociological/anthropological approach. Students are taught various theories of art criticism, forms of art criticism, the function of art criticism and how to objectively criticize a performance. This course also discusses the development of arts criticism in Indonesia. After the theory lessons, the students will review the performing arts works. The goal of this course is the students able to apply techniques and methods of art criticism that are objective and well-educate.
This course’s subject matter deals with art criticism theories that are specifically focused on art and design, the form and type of criticism, the function of criticism, and how to criticize a work of art and design. After completing this course, students can develop a systematic and accountable assessment of fine art and design works. A holistic approach is one of the alternatives that are quite good to present an objective discussion. As an exercise, it is necessary to critique an exhibition or museum.