Presentation of works of students from "Fine art" specialty with the help of modern software (using Artedeum Digital Gallery as an example)

Снігур, Володимир Ігорович and Братусь, Іван Вікторович and Гунька, Анна Миколаївна (2021) Presentation of works of students from "Fine art" specialty with the help of modern software (using Artedeum Digital Gallery as an example) Молодий вчений, 10 (98). pp. 64-67. ISSN 2304–5809

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The article analyzes the concept of using a virtual gallery as a platform for demonstrating the work of students majoring in fine arts. Such a project can also serve as an alternative online space for assessing students' dissertations or term papers. In addition, this article provides a brief overview of other applications of "halls" of such a gallery and gives examples of relatively easy modification of some of their elements. The issues of hosting, server settings, file types acceptable for such a project, and optimization are omitted because they are not relevant to this article and are more universal variables that are best discussed on a case-by-case basis. Particular attention is on the possible use of the gallery as a platform for relatively easy viewing and grading of practical parts of art students’ graduate works such as oil paintings, various types of printed works (linocut, woodcut, intaglio, dry point, etc) or drawings, collages, ceramic figurines or metalwork compositions. Alternatively it may be used to showcase works made as a part of regular studies of traditional art techniques during quarantine or distance learning or as a normal component of entirely different part of university curriculum, like, for example, digital painting courses. Being entirely digital this project allows for some level of customization of different parts of “exhibition halls”. These “special versions” can be made to differentiate the “areas” where works of varying degree of importance are being showcased, with not only loading screen but the exhibit theme and area being made for the specific purpose. For example we can use color-coding of different loading screens and posters to mean different things: blue can be used for usual student exhibitions, orange for plainair sessions and red for various exams or graduate works with purple reserved as a general-purpose color). As part of the research process the alpha-test prototype was made with participants being selected from a group of students from Boris Grinchenko Kyiv University (link to this prototype is linked in Reference section of this article). Another possible use discussed briefly in this text is that of the gallery serving in place of interactive learning place for art disciplines like composition or perspective, where students can try out different ways of presenting suggested the same scene, which is either made by their teacher or the student. This interactive learning possibility may enable much faster transition from purely theoretical studies to use of learned principles and effects in other parts of university curriculum or personal artworks, with full or better-than-before understanding of underlying rules and how to use them to the advantage of the artwork itself

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: virtual gallery; painting; museum; education; 3D
Subjects: Це архівна тематика Київського університету імені Бориса Грінченка > Статті у наукометричних базах > Index Copernicus
Divisions: Це архівні підрозділи Київського університету імені Бориса Грінченка > Факультет образотворчого мистецтва і дизайну > Кафедра образотворчого мистецтва
Depositing User: Анна Миколаївна Гунька
Date Deposited: 22 Nov 2021 13:05
Last Modified: 06 Oct 2023 08:26

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