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First name First name Имя
Last name Last name Фамилия
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City, ZIP/Postal code and Country City, ZIP/Postal code and Country Город и индекс, Страна
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Your previous art education (degrees obtained, courses taken etc.): Your previous art education (degrees obtained, courses taken etc.): Предшествующее образования по искусству (степени образования, пройденные курсы и т.д)
The course you are applying for: The course you are applying for: Курс на который вы подаете заявку
Name of course Name of course Название курса
Duration of course Duration of course Длительность курса
Major (if any) Major (if any) Образование (если есть)
How did you find out about the Russian Academy of Art? How did you find out about the Russian Academy of Art? Как вы узнали о Русской Академии Искусств?
Please send no less than 7 slides or photographs of recent drawings and/or paintings: Please send no less than 7 slides or photographs of recent drawings and/or paintings: Пожалуйста, пошли нам не менее 7 слайдов или фото ваших недавних работ по рисунку и/или живописи Confirm you are not a robot: Подтвердите, что вы не робот
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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the normal schedule?
    Monday to Thursday:
    10am - 1pm – Painting class
    1pm - 2pm – Lunch break
    2pm - 5pm – Drawing class

    Friday:
    10am - 5pm – Composition day
    1pm - 2pm – Lunch break
  2. Am I graded on my works?
    Yes. At the end of each semester, you have an exhibition day when you present all the works you have finished throughout the semester. All your works are graded by the board of professors and the grades are announced to you the same day.
  3. Does the school help me with obtaining an Italian visa?
    Yes. After you pay the deposit and your place on the course is confirmed, the Academy provides all the necessary documents for you to apply for the student visa at the Italian embassy in your home country. Upon your arrival to Italy, the Academy will advise you on the next steps in the application process for your temporary Italian residency card.
  4. Are there any scholarships or grants I can apply for?
    Yes. There are, although they can only be obtained from outside sources and not from the Russian Academy of Art. The Academy itself doesn’t provide any scholarships or grants, but you may apply for independent funds and associations. As our student you are officially entitled to apply for Art Renewal Centre (ARC) annual competition, since we are registered on their list. You can find information about ARC here: http://www.artrenewal.org/Also, if you find a foundation or association where you would like to apply for a scholarship, the secretary office can produce a recommendation letter for you if you need one.
  5. Does the school help with finding accommodation?
    Yes and no. We try to help our students to find suitable accommodation for them in Florence to the best of our abilities. However, we do not guarantee the accommodation services provided, since it always depends on the options available on the market of rooms and apartments in Florence at any given time. If the Academy finds accommodation for the student, there is a one-time service charge that needs to be paid by the student.
  6. What is the average cost of living in Florence?
    Living expenses always depend on individual habits and lifestyle. However, roughly speaking, the average cost of life in Florence varies from 350-500 euro when renting a room (per month) and around 400 euros for food and expenses. So, count about 800-900 euro per month.
  7. Does the cost of tuition include materials?
    No. The cost of tuition does not include the cost of materials. As a student, you are free to use the facilities of the school, but buying materials such as paints, canvases, paper, boards, etc. is your own responsibility. Your teachers will advise you which materials to buy though. You will be given a list of the paints you will need when you begin your studies.
  8. Is it cheaper to buy materials in my home country or in Florence?
    This depends on where are you from. Mostly we recommend to the students to buy their materials here, since Florence is full of art shops and the range on offer is quite wide.
  9. Can I use Italian medical services as a foreigner?
    Yes, of course. If you wish to use medical services in Italy, you will need to register at a local clinic to be assigned to a doctor.
  10. What career prospects do I have after I graduate?
    Depending on your career preferences, you can choose the path of painter, graphic artist, illustration artist, story board artist for the movie industry or animation, etc. The principles we teach are fundamental and crucial for an artist of any kind, since the most important rules of composition, color perception and the form always remain the same in all fields of visual arts.
  11. Is there a winter semester enrolment?
    Yes, there is a winter semester enrolment. However, you will not have a separate study program, but you will simply join the first year students, who have started from September. It is your own responsibility to catch up with the current program rhythm. If you join from the winter semester and are doing a three-year course, you will also be graduating half a year later. The deadline for winter semester applications is the 1st of December and the deadline for tuition payments for the winter semester is the 15th of December.


We hope this information helps!
If you have any other questions, please, do not hesitate to contact us at info@artac.org !
We are here to answer all of your questions and to provide guidance in the process of your enrolment.
Warmest regards,
Admissions office of the Russian Academy of Art, Florence

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the normal schedule?
    Monday to Thursday:
    10am - 1pm – Painting class
    1pm - 2pm – Lunch break
    2pm - 5pm – Drawing class

    Friday:
    10am - 5pm – Composition day
    1pm - 2pm – Lunch break
  2. Am I graded on my works?
    Yes. At the end of each semester, you have an exhibition day when you present all the works you have finished throughout the semester. All your works are graded by the board of professors and the grades are announced to you the same day.
  3. Does the school help me with obtaining an Italian visa?
    Yes. After you pay the deposit and your place on the course is confirmed, the Academy provides all the necessary documents for you to apply for the student visa at the Italian embassy in your home country. Upon your arrival to Italy, the Academy will advise you on the next steps in the application process for your temporary Italian residency card.
  4. Are there any scholarships or grants I can apply for?
    Yes. There are, although they can only be obtained from outside sources and not from the Russian Academy of Art. The Academy itself doesn’t provide any scholarships or grants, but you may apply for independent funds and associations. As our student you are officially entitled to apply for Art Renewal Centre (ARC) annual competition, since we are registered on their list. You can find information about ARC here: http://www.artrenewal.org/Also, if you find a foundation or association where you would like to apply for a scholarship, the secretary office can produce a recommendation letter for you if you need one.
  5. Does the school help with finding accommodation?
    Yes and no. We try to help our students to find suitable accommodation for them in Florence to the best of our abilities. However, we do not guarantee the accommodation services provided, since it always depends on the options available on the market of rooms and apartments in Florence at any given time. If the Academy finds accommodation for the student, there is a one-time service charge that needs to be paid by the student.
  6. What is the average cost of living in Florence?
    Living expenses always depend on individual habits and lifestyle. However, roughly speaking, the average cost of life in Florence varies from 350-500 euro when renting a room (per month) and around 400 euros for food and expenses. So, count about 800-900 euro per month.
  7. Does the cost of tuition include materials?
    No. The cost of tuition does not include the cost of materials. As a student, you are free to use the facilities of the school, but buying materials such as paints, canvases, paper, boards, etc. is your own responsibility. Your teachers will advise you which materials to buy though. You will be given a list of the paints you will need when you begin your studies.
  8. Is it cheaper to buy materials in my home country or in Florence?
    This depends on where are you from. Mostly we recommend to the students to buy their materials here, since Florence is full of art shops and the range on offer is quite wide.
  9. Can I use Italian medical services as a foreigner?
    Yes, of course. If you wish to use medical services in Italy, you will need to register at a local clinic to be assigned to a doctor.
  10. What career prospects do I have after I graduate?
    Depending on your career preferences, you can choose the path of painter, graphic artist, illustration artist, story board artist for the movie industry or animation, etc. The principles we teach are fundamental and crucial for an artist of any kind, since the most important rules of composition, color perception and the form always remain the same in all fields of visual arts.
  11. Is there a winter semester enrolment?
    Yes, there is a winter semester enrolment. However, you will not have a separate study program, but you will simply join the first year students, who have started from September. It is your own responsibility to catch up with the current program rhythm. If you join from the winter semester and are doing a three-year course, you will also be graduating half a year later. The deadline for winter semester applications is the 1st of December and the deadline for tuition payments for the winter semester is the 15th of December.


We hope this information helps!
If you have any other questions, please, do not hesitate to contact us at info@artac.org !
We are here to answer all of your questions and to provide guidance in the process of your enrolment.
Warmest regards,
Admissions office of the Russian Academy of Art, Florence

Часто задаваемые вопросы

  1. Как выглядит обычное расписание учебы?
    Понедельник – Четверг:
    10am - 1pm – Живопись
    1pm - 2pm – Обед
    2pm - 5pm – Рисунок

    Пятница:
    10am - 5pm – Композиция
    1pm - 2pm – Обед
  2. Ставят ли мне оценки по разным предметам?
    Да, безусловно. В конце каждого семестра все работы за семестр выставляются на просмотре, и вы получаете оценки по каждому предмету.
  3. Помогает ли Академия в получении студенческой итальянской визы?
    Да, обязательно. После оплаты обучения, вам необходимо начать ваш визовый процесс. Мы предоставляем все необходимые вам документы, с которыми вам необходимо подать на визу в Итальянское Консульство в вашей стране. По вашему прибытию в Италию, вам необходимо подать на временный вид на жительство с целью обучения. Академия так же поможет вам консультацией и конкретными инструкциями по процессу подачи заявления.
  4. Могу ли я получить стипендию или грант?
    Да. Но важно отметить, что сама по себе Русская Академия Искусств является частным учебным заведением и не предоставляет стипендий или грантов. Но как наш студент, вы имеете право подать заявку на получение грантов от международных фондов и ассоциаций. Мы дадим вам рекомендационное письмо, если таковое вам необходимо. Так же, как наш студент, вы можете подавать заявку на ежегодный конкурс, проводящийся Art Renewal Centre (ARC). Информацию о данном конкурсе можно найти здесь: http://www.artrenewal.org/
  5. Помогает ли Академия с нахождением жилья во Флоренции?
    И да и нет. Мы стараемся помочь нашим студентам по мере наших возможностей найти подходящий вариант проживания для них. Мы не гарантируем однозначно, что мы сможем найти что-то для вас, так как все зависит от нынешнего предложения на рынке квартир Флоренции. Но если на данный момент существуют варианты, мы обязательно поучаствуем в вашем расселении. Если Академия находит жилье для студента, то существует комиссия, которая взимается за посреднические услуги один раз в начале съема квартиры.
  6. Каковы ожидаемые расходы на повседневную жизнь во Флоренции?
    Ежедневные расходы всегда зависят от индивидуальности человека и того стиля жизни, к которому он привык. Если говорить в общем, стоимость аренды жилья в месяц выходит около 350 – 500 евро и где-то 400 евро уходит на еду и ежедневные нужды. Так что, в среднем, можно рассчитывать 800-900 евро в месяц на затраты.
  7. Входит ли стоимость материалов в стоимость обучения?
    Нет, стоимость материалов не включена в стоимость обучения. Студенты должны позаботиться о покупке красок, холстов, бумаги, досок и т.д самостоятельно. Ваши преподаватели непременно проконсультируют вас по поводу того, какие именно материалы предпочтительнее покупать. В момент поступления вам будет дан список необходимых материалов для покупки.
  8. Дешевле покупать материалы в моей стране или во Флоренции?
    Это зависит от того, где вы живете. Если вы из России, то краски в России зачастую значительно дешевле, чем в Италии. Но в любом случае, во Флоренции существует множество арт-магазинов и ассортимент очень широк.
  9. Могу ли я обратиться к доктору в итальянской клинике?
    Да, безусловно. Если вы желаете пользоваться медицинскими услугами в Италии, вы имеете полное право. Для этого вам необходимо будет зарегистрироваться в местной поликлинике и встать на учет у лечащего врача.


Мы надеемся, эта информация была для вас полезной!
Если у вас есть дополнительные вопросы, пожалуйста, свяжитесь с нами по емайлу info@artac.org !
Мы будем рады ответить на все ваши вопросы и помочь вам в процессе поступления.

С глубоким уважением,
Приемная комиссия Русской Академии Искусств во флоренции

Film Department Film Department Film Department

Introduction

The mission of the Russian Academy of Art is to teach the fundamental principles, methods and techniques of classical art, the way they have been transmitted over the centuries since the Italian Renaissance.
The teaching method that we use is one that originated 300 years ago, when Russian artists began to develop a teaching method inspired by the works of Renaissance masters, by masters of later art periods in Europe, and by Italian and French schools of art. This method, popularised by artists like Repin, Surikov, Levitan, Vasnetsov and Kuindzhi, is successfully used to this day in art institutions in Russia and we are proud to bring this knowledge back to its European birthplace.

Our instructors are graduates of top Russian academies such as the St Petersburg Academy of Art and are some of the most highly skilled artists in the world. Their unique set of skills and experience allow students to develop highly professional knowledge and skills in Painting, Drawing, Anatomy, Composition, Chromatics, Perspective and History of Art. Students who are interested in studying full-time at the Russian Academy of Art can join classes anytime they wish and at any stage of studies. It’s especially convenient for those artists who wish to improve their professional skills but don’t have the time to study for a long period. In addition, a great variety of part-time art courses, workshops and evening courses are available, both to non-students and students for a reduced price. All classes are taught in Russian with immediate translation to English via our experienced interpreters.

The Russian Academy of Art is established in Florence, Italy, which offers a rich and stimulating environment for the study of art. Here, you are in direct contact with original works by masters such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Botticelli, who all made their names in this city. The Uffizi Gallery, Palazzo Pitti and several other museums found in Florence all feature among the world's best art collections.

To learn more about our teachers' way of thinking, read the following interview[1] between well-known American artist James Gurney and our very own Sergey Chubirko:

Gurney: Do you draw what you see or what you know?
Chubirko: I try not to copy unconsciously what I see. The most important point about the model for me is that the model should be inspirational; it should provoke my imagination for the creation of an image.
That's why I never start drawing before I clearly see in the model the image I want to show. Knowledge of anatomy and the laws of form are certainly necessary as they help me to work independently and to render my thoughts quickly and freely. This sort of knowledge has to be automatic so that it doesn't distract you, doesn't restrict the imagination and at the same time, introduces independence to the hand. This is the automatic skill that provides an artist with freedom and fluency when he works. An artist should only care about what to express, not how to do it.

Gurney: How does the knowledge of anatomy shape the way you interpret what you see?
Chubirko: For academic drawing, knowledge of anatomy and the rules of the form need profound study at the initial stages of art education. This knowledge should not be ignored, just as knowledge of the alphabet can't be ignored when you want to learn to read and write. When we learn to read and write we start with ABC, after that we put letters into syllables; then we learn how to compose simple sentences, then finally – complex sentences. And as soon as we've learned to express ourselves freely in complex sentences, we don't need to go back to the alphabet again. We don't think about letters any more because they're just tools for a very creative process of reading and writing; for expressing our thoughts and our feelings.
The same goes for drawing. Knowledge of anatomy and the laws of form is just a tool necessary for the creation of imaginative artistic works without limits.

Gurney: What do you change when you draw?
Chubirko: Selection in drawing is very important and it's the artist who selects what to show and what not to. Any model always has in itself both essential and supplementary, secondary things.
The aim of the artist is to see what is really important and to emphasize it. The author’s selection in this case should be convincing for the viewer. That's why when I'm drawing from life, my personal vision as well as the image I would like to create is much more important than the model itself. Every model has its defining features; these in fact define the artist’s choice of primary and secondary emphasis.

简介

俄罗斯美术学院以教导古典艺术自文艺复兴以来传承下来的艺术基础原理,方法和技巧为自己的使命。我们的艺术学院提供解剖学,构图, 透视,油画,结构素描,雕塑以及对艺术大师作品的研究解读等学习项目。在我们成熟完善的教学提纲下,学生可以进而建立属于自己的个人风格或创意表达,成为新一代的艺术大师。

俄罗斯美术学院的其中一校址坐落于意大利佛罗伦萨,在这里沉淀积累了 浓厚的艺术学习氛围。在这里出生,成长,创作的艺术家们如米开朗琪罗,达芬奇,波提切利留下大量杰作让我们的学生触手可及。闻名世界的艺术收藏馆乌菲兹,彼得城堡等也为每一个艺术爱好者敞开大门 。我们的教学除了要求学生们对于技法和审美的精通外,我们更加鼓励 学生去捕捉那些作品后面的精神,人文以及基督教价值观所带给大师们的动机和灵感。我们的指导教师都经过俄国专业艺术学院的培养,具备高水平教学资格。所有课程都是英、俄双语教学。

俄罗斯美术学院为您提供的艺术课程俄罗斯美术学院在意大利佛罗伦萨为学员们提供以下课程:3年制艺术课程,1年制艺术课程,晚间课程以及丰富的短期主题培训课程 。无论此前您有着怎样的艺术水平,我们学院都可以为您提供机会加入我们。所有的晚间课程,学员们也可以根据自己的时间选择参加。我们一月份开展的冬季课程包括结构素描与解剖学。我们在夏季即将开展的课程包括肖像素描,人体结构素描。参加我们一年或三年制教学的同学对素描和油画的知识以及技法的学习将从基础开始有一个完善的掌握。当然也会研究课题如:透视,构图,解剖学,色彩,油画技术,艺术史等。成功完成三年学业毕业生将会获得私立学校学士学位。所有RAA的艺术课程都由俄罗斯艺术家教授,秉承俄罗斯传统的写实风格。

我们的艺术学院在意大利佛罗伦萨设立学校并不是一个巧合。佛罗伦萨是文艺复兴的摇篮。在这里,美术领域有着数世纪的历史;在这里,有着像乌菲兹美术馆,彼得广场等欧洲重要的博物馆;在这里收集着大师米开朗琪罗,达芬奇,提香,波提切利等的艺术作品。而俄罗斯美术学院在这里的使命也是保留这些传统的学院派素描以及油画。我们在这里的目标是培养学生扎实的解剖学,构图,色彩,透视,素描,油画等知识。我们在这里的导师都在俄罗斯经过专业学习并在艺术领域有着丰富经验。我们在这里的项目都秉承俄罗斯学术的原则。俄罗斯的学术传统是在意大利和法国文艺复兴影响下形成的。

Вступление

В основе видения Русской Академии Искусств лежит обучение фундаментальным техникам классического искусства, и методам и приемам, которые были использованы в искусстве со времен Итальянского Ренессанса.
Методы обучения, которые мы используем, начали свое существование 300 лет назад, когда русские художники начали развитие стиля обучения, вдохновленного работами старых мастеров эпохи Ренессанса и мастерами более поздних периодов в искусстве Европы ,Итальянской и Французской школами искусств. Этот метод стал популярным благодаря таким художникам как Репин, Суриков, Левитан, Васнецов и Куинджи, этот метод по сей день используется в образовательных учреждениях России и мы горды тем, что мы возвращаем эти знания к истокам их зарождения.

Наши преподаватели являются представителями одной из самых сильных академических Российских школ живописи в Санкт-Петербурге и одними из самых высококвалифицированных художников в мире. Уникальный набор их умений и опыта позволяет студентам развить высокопрофессиональные навыки и получить знания в областях живописи, рисунка, анатомии, композиции, колористики, перспективе и истории искусств. Студенты, заинтересованные в долгосрочном обучении в Русской Академии Искусств могут присоединиться к занятиям в любое время. Это особенно удобно для тех художников, которые желают улучшить свои профессиональные навыки, но не имеют возможности обучаться на протяжении длительного срока. В дополнение, мы предлагаем разнообразные краткосрочные курсы, мастер-классы и вечерние классы, для студентов дневного отделения и для посещающих временно студентов. Все занятия проходят на Русском языке с синхронным переводом на английский язык при помощи наших высококвалифицированных переводчиков.

Русская Академия Искусств основана во Флоренции, Италии, что само по себе создает все условия для богатого и вдохновляющего культурного опыта. Здесь вы находитесь в прямом контакте с оригиналами работ старых мастеров, таких как Микеланджело, Леонардо Да Винчи и Боттичелли, каждый из которых прославился именно в этом городе. Галерея Уффици, Палаццо Питти и другие музеи Флоренции содержат одни из лучших в мире коллекции предметов искусства.

Why Russian School?

																A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE ART WORLD

																The contemporary Western European (Anglo-American) art world over the last few decades has continually drifted towards increasing modernism and liberalism. The result has been an increasing focus and emphasis on individual self-expression and highly abstract values. In this process, many artists have been trained and educated without any respect or recognition of the true classical basis and foundation of the practical academic disciplines of the past.

																The Western European art world has largely been driven by a permissive liberalism, fuelled by an a mixture of eccentricity and extremism that has ignored and lost it classical roots and foundations. As a result, modernism and liberalism has essentially lost and drifted away from the true foundations and disciplines and values of a true classical academic artistic education. The increasing emphasis on speed, marketability and profitability in the western industrialized and highly materialised consumer-orientated world has caused many artists to abandon and neglect the fundamental and essential values and disciplines of past master painters and artists.

																Most government art schools and art academies are based on the expedient contemporary art model and as a result, many students graduate without a true practical knowledge of art disciplines or knowledge of the art profession, or personal development as a professional artist. In contrast to the Western system, the Eastern (essentially Russian and Chinese) art schools/colleges and academies have retained the classical values and continue to develop and train their artists along the lines of the great masters.

																While the western art world has increasingly drifted away from the true roots and heritage of the classical period, Russian schools have retained and continue to value and train artists along the lines of a true classical art education.
															

Mission Statement

																Our mission

																RESTORATION OF TRUE ART VALUES
																
  • To draw from the rich historical roots of Russian and Italian art and restore these classical traditions and values in the modern art world.
  • To restore authentic classical art education in the west and train students in the methods of the Great Art Academies.
  • To educate and train modern day artists in a proper professional manner sharing the vast knowledge of the classical art tradition.
RESTORATION OF TRUE ART DISCIPLINE
  • To provide a true professional education, individualized attention and proper foundation for artists that are searching for a highest quality education.
  • To guide our students in discovering synergy of classical disciplines, as one of the major keys to the creative domain of the Great Masters.
  • To help students appreciate the importance of the classical techniques, methods and practical knowledge, achieved through the integrated academic approach.
RESTORATION OF TRUE INSPIRATION AND CREATIVITY
  • To encourage students in recognition and appreciation of the true inspirational and creative values inherently present in the masterpieces of Classical Art.
  • To help students understand and grasp the importance of the spiritual values that motivated and inspired the Great Masters.
  • To use the knowledge passed on to us in the Classical Tradition, providing students with a framework in witch to develop their own individual style.
Our vision
  • To provide modern day artists and students with a true professional art education based and rooted on the knowledge and spiritual insight of the great masters of the past.
  • To set up professional international art academies through the world to provide artists with a cross fertilisation and exchange of true artistic principles and values.
OUR GOAL
  • To help each individual student recognise his true potential as a professional artist and to provide a practical stepping stone into the professional art world.
OUR PRACTICAL OBJECTIVES
  1. To establish a truly professional international art academy that provides a true classical but practical art education.
  2. To source and employ the best available qualified art teachers and professors from Russia and Italy.
  3. To provide a true classical framework for personal and individual expression and professional development.
  4. To provide an enriching cross cultural artistic experience for each student.
  5. To help the individual artist to develop into his own unique professional style.
  6. To provide a truly practical but professional approach to personal development as a professional artist.
  7. To encourage artists to develop their true talents and abilities and professional personal development.
  8. To help individual artists to recognize and develop their own individual style and approach in the art world.
  9. To encourage individual artists to develop a truly professional presentation and exhibition of their art work.
  10. To provide a practical working real life interaction with professional galleries and other artists.
  11. To provide a opportunity for artists to exhibit their finished work at a professional international level.
  12. To ensure the progressive development of the individual as a professional artist after the conclusion of the course.
  13. To provide a high quality individual training for each student and attention to personal needs of each student.
  14. To help each individual student to recognise their specific talents and abilities and strengths and weaknesses.
  15. To encourage each individual student to develop life long professional habits and skills as a professional artist.
  16. To encourage each student to develop and grow into their own specific style and personal artistic vision.
  17. To encourage artists to recognise their strengths and improve on them.
  18. To help each individual to overcome their weakness or personal barriers to true creative personal expression.
  19. To train up and produce artists who will break into and excell in the professional art world.
  20. To encourage artists to continue to develop as a truly professional individual even when they have completed their course.
  21. To help each student recognise his true potential as an artist and to take hold of their personal destiny as a professional artist.
Teaching methods The core foundation of all courses is based on the Russian Didactic Programme. TEACHING GOAL To produce competent and professional artists who have mastered the fundamental basics and most advanced techniques of painting, drawing and composition. TEACHING AIM
  1. To lay a proper foundation in the lives of the individual student and encourage them to reach a competent professional level as an artist.
  2. To help each individual student to identify and develop into their own individual style, and to express them selves artistically, confidently and professionally.
  3. To help students identify technical weakness and overcome them.
  4. To help students identify technical strengths and improve on them.
  5. To enable each individual student to find the right medium and techniques to expressive the mselves in their own unique individual style.
  6. To help each student articulate and develop their own individual and personal vision for their artistic life and profession.
  7. To ensure that each student has mastered the basic techniques before progressing into mastering more advanced painting and drawing techniques.
  8. To ensure that through-out the course, each student receives unlimited, and un - divided individual attention and personal instruction.
  9. To encourage students to produc a portfolio of professional paintings and publicly exhibit their work.

Why Russian School?

艺术世界地全球视角

在过去的几十年里,西方欧洲(英美)的当代艺术世界已慢慢移向越来越多的当代主义和自由主义,这样的结果也就是越来越多的注目和强调个体的自我表达和高度的抽象价值。在这个过程中,很多的艺术家在训练和学习过程中都忽略了对真正传统艺术经典的基础实用原则的认知和尊重。

西方欧洲艺术世界很大程度上被放任的自由主义所牵引,被混合的怪癖和极端主义所推动,已忽略和丧失了艺术的经典根源和基础。所导致的结果就是,当代主义和自由主义从本质上已失去或说远离了古典学院派艺术教育的真根基,原则和价值。在西方工业化以及高度物质消费主导的世界里日益增长的对速度,市场化和利益化的强调,已经导致很多艺术家开始放弃或忽视曾经的艺术大师们的不可或缺的基本价值观和原则。

如今,很多的公立艺术学校和艺术学院,建立在权宜之下的当代艺术模式之上,很多毕业的学生都不再拥有艺术学科的实践知识和专业知识,也没有作为一个职业艺术家的个人发展。和西方教学系统不同的是,东方(尤指俄罗斯与中国)艺术院校依旧保留了这些经典价值,沿着这样的线路培养和发展艺术家。

尽管西方艺术世界已慢慢远离古典时期的根本和遗产,俄罗斯的艺术院校依旧保留并发展着这一经典的艺术教育理论。


Mission Statement

我们的使命:
重筑真正的艺术价值
在如今当代艺术的世界里重新从俄罗斯与意大利的艺术根基里汲取并恢复这些古典的传统和价值。在西方世界里恢复古典传统的艺术审美,并帮助学生掌握优秀美术学院的技法。教导和训练当代艺术家以专业的方法掌握古典艺术传统中的精华。

重筑真正的艺术原则
为寻求更高水平训练的艺术家们提供专业的课程,针对个人的教学的以及适当的根基。
引导我们的学生去探索发现古典艺术原则是如何协同的,这也是开启艺术大师创作领域的重要钥匙。

重拾真切的灵感和创作力
鼓励学生们去识别和欣赏那真切存在于古典艺术杰作中的灵感和创作力的价值。
帮助学生们去理解和捕捉那影响和启发艺术大师们背后的重要精神价值。
熟练的掌握我们从传统古典艺术中继承的知识,有助于学生搭建一个提纲,从而更自由的去建立属于自己的艺术风格。

教学方法

所有课程的核心基础是基于俄罗斯Didactic Programme

教学目标

培养那些已经完全掌握了基本绘画技能并且在油画,素描和构图上都具备一定技法的艺术家成为有能力的职业艺术家。

教学目标

为每一个学生在生活中建立好一个艺术生涯的基础,进而鼓励他们追求成为一个有能力的职业艺术家。
帮助每一个学生认识并发展属于自己的艺术个性,进而自信,专业,艺术的去表达自己。
帮助学生找到技术方面的弱点,然后克服它。
帮助学生找到技术上的强项,然后加强发展。
帮助每一个学生找到适合自己的绘画媒介和技法以表达个体独一的艺术风格。
帮助每一个学生表达和发展属于他自己的艺术生活或职业生涯的意向。
确保每一个学生在学习更进一步的艺术技法前已经完全掌握了基础的绘画技法。
确保整个课程下来,每一个学生都得到了足够的关注和针对个人的绘画建议。
鼓励帮助学生整理自己的专业绘画作品集并且公开展览自己的作品。


Why Russian School?

																A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE ART WORLD

																The contemporary Western European (Anglo-American) art world over the last few decades has continually drifted towards increasing modernism and liberalism. The result has been an increasing focus and emphasis on individual self-expression and highly abstract values. In this process, many artists have been trained and educated without any respect or recognition of the true classical basis and foundation of the practical academic disciplines of the past.

																The Western European art world has largely been driven by a permissive liberalism, fuelled by an a mixture of eccentricity and extremism that has ignored and lost it classical roots and foundations. As a result, modernism and liberalism has essentially lost and drifted away from the true foundations and disciplines and values of a true classical academic artistic education. The increasing emphasis on speed, marketability and profitability in the western industrialized and highly materialised consumer-orientated world has caused many artists to abandon and neglect the fundamental and essential values and disciplines of past master painters and artists.

																Most government art schools and art academies are based on the expedient contemporary art model and as a result, many students graduate without a true practical knowledge of art disciplines or knowledge of the art profession, or personal development as a professional artist. In contrast to the Western system, the Eastern (essentially Russian and Chinese) art schools/colleges and academies have retained the classical values and continue to develop and train their artists along the lines of the great masters.

																While the western art world has increasingly drifted away from the true roots and heritage of the classical period, Russian schools have retained and continue to value and train artists along the lines of a true classical art education.
															

Why Russian School?

艺术世界地全球视角

在过去的几十年里,西方欧洲(英美)的当代艺术世界已慢慢移向越来越多的当代主义和自由主义,这样的结果也就是越来越多的注目和强调个体的自我表达和高度的抽象价值。在这个过程中,很多的艺术家在训练和学习过程中都忽略了对真正传统艺术经典的基础实用原则的认知和尊重。

西方欧洲艺术世界很大程度上被放任的自由主义所牵引,被混合的怪癖和极端主义所推动,已忽略和丧失了艺术的经典根源和基础。所导致的结果就是,当代主义和自由主义从本质上已失去或说远离了古典学院派艺术教育的真根基,原则和价值。在西方工业化以及高度物质消费主导的世界里日益增长的对速度,市场化和利益化的强调,已经导致很多艺术家开始放弃或忽视曾经的艺术大师们的不可或缺的基本价值观和原则。

如今,很多的公立艺术学校和艺术学院,建立在权宜之下的当代艺术模式之上,很多毕业的学生都不再拥有艺术学科的实践知识和专业知识,也没有作为一个职业艺术家的个人发展。和西方教学系统不同的是,东方(尤指俄罗斯与中国)艺术院校依旧保留了这些经典价值,沿着这样的线路培养和发展艺术家。

尽管西方艺术世界已慢慢远离古典时期的根本和遗产,俄罗斯的艺术院校依旧保留并发展着这一经典的艺术教育理论。

Mission Statement

																Our mission

																RESTORATION OF TRUE ART VALUES
																
  • To draw from the rich historical roots of Russian and Italian art and restore these classical traditions and values in the modern art world.
  • To restore authentic classical art education in the west and train students in the methods of the Great Art Academies.
  • To educate and train modern day artists in a proper professional manner sharing the vast knowledge of the classical art tradition.
RESTORATION OF TRUE ART DISCIPLINE
  • To provide a true professional education, individualized attention and proper foundation for artists that are searching for a highest quality education.
  • To guide our students in discovering synergy of classical disciplines, as one of the major keys to the creative domain of the Great Masters.
  • To help students appreciate the importance of the classical techniques, methods and practical knowledge, achieved through the integrated academic approach.
RESTORATION OF TRUE INSPIRATION AND CREATIVITY
  • To encourage students in recognition and appreciation of the true inspirational and creative values inherently present in the masterpieces of Classical Art.
  • To help students understand and grasp the importance of the spiritual values that motivated and inspired the Great Masters.
  • To use the knowledge passed on to us in the Classical Tradition, providing students with a framework in witch to develop their own individual style.
Our vision
  • To provide modern day artists and students with a true professional art education based and rooted on the knowledge and spiritual insight of the great masters of the past.
  • To set up professional international art academies through the world to provide artists with a cross fertilisation and exchange of true artistic principles and values.
OUR GOAL
  • To help each individual student recognise his true potential as a professional artist and to provide a practical stepping stone into the professional art world.
OUR PRACTICAL OBJECTIVES
  1. To establish a truly professional international art academy that provides a true classical but practical art education.
  2. To source and employ the best available qualified art teachers and professors from Russia and Italy.
  3. To provide a true classical framework for personal and individual expression and professional development.
  4. To provide an enriching cross cultural artistic experience for each student.
  5. To help the individual artist to develop into his own unique professional style.
  6. To provide a truly practical but professional approach to personal development as a professional artist.
  7. To encourage artists to develop their true talents and abilities and professional personal development.
  8. To help individual artists to recognize and develop their own individual style and approach in the art world.
  9. To encourage individual artists to develop a truly professional presentation and exhibition of their art work.
  10. To provide a practical working real life interaction with professional galleries and other artists.
  11. To provide a opportunity for artists to exhibit their finished work at a professional international level.
  12. To ensure the progressive development of the individual as a professional artist after the conclusion of the course.
  13. To provide a high quality individual training for each student and attention to personal needs of each student.
  14. To help each individual student to recognise their specific talents and abilities and strengths and weaknesses.
  15. To encourage each individual student to develop life long professional habits and skills as a professional artist.
  16. To encourage each student to develop and grow into their own specific style and personal artistic vision.
  17. To encourage artists to recognise their strengths and improve on them.
  18. To help each individual to overcome their weakness or personal barriers to true creative personal expression.
  19. To train up and produce artists who will break into and excell in the professional art world.
  20. To encourage artists to continue to develop as a truly professional individual even when they have completed their course.
  21. To help each student recognise his true potential as an artist and to take hold of their personal destiny as a professional artist.
Teaching methods The core foundation of all courses is based on the Russian Didactic Programme. TEACHING GOAL To produce competent and professional artists who have mastered the fundamental basics and most advanced techniques of painting, drawing and composition. TEACHING AIM
  1. To lay a proper foundation in the lives of the individual student and encourage them to reach a competent professional level as an artist.
  2. To help each individual student to identify and develop into their own individual style, and to express them selves artistically, confidently and professionally.
  3. To help students identify technical weakness and overcome them.
  4. To help students identify technical strengths and improve on them.
  5. To enable each individual student to find the right medium and techniques to expressive the mselves in their own unique individual style.
  6. To help each student articulate and develop their own individual and personal vision for their artistic life and profession.
  7. To ensure that each student has mastered the basic techniques before progressing into mastering more advanced painting and drawing techniques.
  8. To ensure that through-out the course, each student receives unlimited, and un - divided individual attention and personal instruction.
  9. To encourage students to produc a portfolio of professional paintings and publicly exhibit their work.

Mission Statement

我们的使命:
重筑真正的艺术价值
在如今当代艺术的世界里重新从俄罗斯与意大利的艺术根基里汲取并恢复这些古典的传统和价值。在西方世界里恢复古典传统的艺术审美,并帮助学生掌握优秀美术学院的技法。教导和训练当代艺术家以专业的方法掌握古典艺术传统中的精华。

重筑真正的艺术原则
为寻求更高水平训练的艺术家们提供专业的课程,针对个人的教学的以及适当的根基。
引导我们的学生去探索发现古典艺术原则是如何协同的,这也是开启艺术大师创作领域的重要钥匙。

重拾真切的灵感和创作力
鼓励学生们去识别和欣赏那真切存在于古典艺术杰作中的灵感和创作力的价值。
帮助学生们去理解和捕捉那影响和启发艺术大师们背后的重要精神价值。
熟练的掌握我们从传统古典艺术中继承的知识,有助于学生搭建一个提纲,从而更自由的去建立属于自己的艺术风格。

教学方法

所有课程的核心基础是基于俄罗斯Didactic Programme

教学目标

培养那些已经完全掌握了基本绘画技能并且在油画,素描和构图上都具备一定技法的艺术家成为有能力的职业艺术家。

教学目标

为每一个学生在生活中建立好一个艺术生涯的基础,进而鼓励他们追求成为一个有能力的职业艺术家。
帮助每一个学生认识并发展属于自己的艺术个性,进而自信,专业,艺术的去表达自己。
帮助学生找到技术方面的弱点,然后克服它。
帮助学生找到技术上的强项,然后加强发展。
帮助每一个学生找到适合自己的绘画媒介和技法以表达个体独一的艺术风格。
帮助每一个学生表达和发展属于他自己的艺术生活或职业生涯的意向。
确保每一个学生在学习更进一步的艺术技法前已经完全掌握了基础的绘画技法。
确保整个课程下来,每一个学生都得到了足够的关注和针对个人的绘画建议。
鼓励帮助学生整理自己的专业绘画作品集并且公开展览自己的作品。

"Short Film Production Workshop" 22nd to 26th of June, 6 hours per day; 27th June morning only (3 hours) HOW TO WRITE A STRONG STORY - Starting from an idea - How to develop a story - Structure of the story - Writing the story - Writing exercises PRODUCTION - Roles in a production - How to run a production: who does what? - Framing - Camera and camera movement - Cinematography and lighting - Audio in a production - Silence please -- ACTION! (Film exercises) POST PRODUCTION - Editing analysis - Editing techniques - Music in movies FILM FESTIVAL and SCREENING - An introduction to festivals - How to get your film accepted We recommend you read "Save the cat" ITALIAN VERSION ENGLISH VERSION Material list: Our advice is that students should bring their laptops to take notes. A DSLR camera is not required, but suggested. Price: €500 ++++++++++++++++ Zach Baliva got his start in filmmaking at Warner Brothers Studios, where he worked for prolific producer John Wells (The West Wing, August: Osage County, The Company Men). Baliva managed the writers’ office of the hit NBC series ER and assisted several directors and producers before leaving in 2007 to produce the multiple award-winning feature film My Name is Jerry, starring Doug Jones (Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy), Catherine Hicks (Seventh Heaven), Allison Scagliotti (Warehouse 13), and Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead). My Name is Jerry won Best Picture at the International Filmmaker Festival, Best Feature at The Santa Clarity Valley Film Festival, and Best Comedy at The Route 66 Film Festival. Additionally, Baliva’s original screenplay Meeting Woody Allen placed 2nd in The Written Image Screenplay Competition. He graduated from Columbia College's prestigious film school in 2003. "Short Film Production Workshop" 22nd to 26th of June, 6 hours per day; 27th June morning only (3 hours) HOW TO WRITE A STRONG STORY - Starting from an idea - How to develop a story - Structure of the story - Writing the story - Writing exercises PRODUCTION - Roles in a production - How to run a production: who does what? - Framing - Camera and camera movement - Cinematography and lighting - Audio in a production - Silence please -- ACTION! (Film exercises) POST PRODUCTION - Editing analysis - Editing techniques - Music in movies FILM FESTIVAL and SCREENING - An introduction to festivals - How to get your film accepted We recommend you read "Save the cat" ITALIAN VERSION ENGLISH VERSION Material list: Our advice is that students should bring their laptops to take notes. A DSLR camera is not required, but suggested. Price: €500 ++++++++++++++++ Zach Baliva got his start in filmmaking at Warner Brothers Studios, where he worked for prolific producer John Wells (The West Wing, August: Osage County, The Company Men). Baliva managed the writers’ office of the hit NBC series ER and assisted several directors and producers before leaving in 2007 to produce the multiple award-winning feature film My Name is Jerry, starring Doug Jones (Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy), Catherine Hicks (Seventh Heaven), Allison Scagliotti (Warehouse 13), and Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead). My Name is Jerry won Best Picture at the International Filmmaker Festival, Best Feature at The Santa Clarity Valley Film Festival, and Best Comedy at The Route 66 Film Festival. Additionally, Baliva’s original screenplay Meeting Woody Allen placed 2nd in The Written Image Screenplay Competition. He graduated from Columbia College's prestigious film school in 2003. "Short Film Production Workshop" 22nd to 26th of June, 6 hours per day; 27th June morning only (3 hours) HOW TO WRITE A STRONG STORY - Starting from an idea - How to develop a story - Structure of the story - Writing the story - Writing exercises PRODUCTION - Roles in a production - How to run a production: who does what? - Framing - Camera and camera movement - Cinematography and lighting - Audio in a production - Silence please -- ACTION! (Film exercises) POST PRODUCTION - Editing analysis - Editing techniques - Music in movies FILM FESTIVAL and SCREENING - An introduction to festivals - How to get your film accepted We recommend you read "Save the cat" ITALIAN VERSION ENGLISH VERSION Material list: Our advice is that students should bring their laptops to take notes. A DSLR camera is not required, but suggested. Price: €500 ++++++++++++++++ Zach Baliva got his start in filmmaking at Warner Brothers Studios, where he worked for prolific producer John Wells (The West Wing, August: Osage County, The Company Men). Baliva managed the writers’ office of the hit NBC series ER and assisted several directors and producers before leaving in 2007 to produce the multiple award-winning feature film My Name is Jerry, starring Doug Jones (Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy), Catherine Hicks (Seventh Heaven), Allison Scagliotti (Warehouse 13), and Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead). My Name is Jerry won Best Picture at the International Filmmaker Festival, Best Feature at The Santa Clarity Valley Film Festival, and Best Comedy at The Route 66 Film Festival. Additionally, Baliva’s original screenplay Meeting Woody Allen placed 2nd in The Written Image Screenplay Competition. He graduated from Columbia College's prestigious film school in 2003.
"Short Film Production Workshop” Dal 22 al 26 giugno, 6 ore al giorno; 27 giugno sessione mattutina (3 ore) COME SCRIVERE UNA STORIA - Partire da una buona idea - Come sviluppare una storia - La struttura in una storia - Scrivere la storia - Esercizi di scrittura PRODUZIONE - I ruoli in una produzione - Come funziona una produzione: chi fa cosa? - Inquadrature - Movimenti di camera - Fotografia e luci - Audio - Silenzio…AZIONE! (Esercizi di ripresa) POST PRODUZIONE - Analisi di montaggio - Tecniche di montaggio - L’importanza della colonna sonora FILM FESTIVAL - Introduzione al mondo dei festival - Come far accettare il proprio lavoro all’interno dei festival Si raccomanda di leggere "Save the cat" VERSIONE ITALIANA VERSIONE INGLESE I partecipanti devono portare con se il proprio computer. Si consiglia di portare con se la propria Macchina DSLR ma non è strettamente necessario. Prezzo: €500 ++++++++++++++++ Zach Baliva si è laureato al prestigioso Columbia College nel 2003, ha iniziato la sua carriera di filmaker alla Warner Brothers Studios, dove ha collaborato con produttori quali: John Wells (The West Wing, August: Osage County, The Company Men). Zach Baliva ha lavorato come manager degli scrittori della serie ER ed ha assistito diversi registi e produttori prima di lasciare gli studios per produrre il pluri-premiato film My Name is Jerry, con Doug Jones (I labirinti del fauno, Hellboy), Catherine Hicks (Settimo cielo), Allison Scagliotti (Warehouse 13), e Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead). My Name is Jerry ha vinto il premio come miglior film all'International Filmmaker Festival, miglior film al The Santa Clarity Valley Film Festival, ed il premio Best Comedy al The Route 66 Film Festival. inoltre, la sceneggiatura di Zach Baliva Meeting Woody Allen ha raggiunto il secondo posto nella competizione The Written Image Screenplay Competition. "Short Film Production Workshop” Dal 22 al 26 giugno, 6 ore al giorno; 27 giugno sessione mattutina (3 ore) COME SCRIVERE UNA STORIA - Partire da una buona idea - Come sviluppare una storia - La struttura in una storia - Scrivere la storia - Esercizi di scrittura PRODUZIONE - I ruoli in una produzione - Come funziona una produzione: chi fa cosa? - Inquadrature - Movimenti di camera - Fotografia e luci - Audio - Silenzio…AZIONE! (Esercizi di ripresa) POST PRODUZIONE - Analisi di montaggio - Tecniche di montaggio - L’importanza della colonna sonora FILM FESTIVAL - Introduzione al mondo dei festival - Come far accettare il proprio lavoro all’interno dei festival Si raccomanda di leggere "Save the cat" VERSIONE ITALIANA VERSIONE INGLESE I partecipanti devono portare con se il proprio computer. Si consiglia di portare con se la propria Macchina DSLR ma non è strettamente necessario. Prezzo: €500 ++++++++++++++++ Zach Baliva si è laureato al prestigioso Columbia College nel 2003, ha iniziato la sua carriera di filmaker alla Warner Brothers Studios, dove ha collaborato con produttori quali: John Wells (The West Wing, August: Osage County, The Company Men). Zach Baliva ha lavorato come manager degli scrittori della serie ER ed ha assistito diversi registi e produttori prima di lasciare gli studios per produrre il pluri-premiato film My Name is Jerry, con Doug Jones (I labirinti del fauno, Hellboy), Catherine Hicks (Settimo cielo), Allison Scagliotti (Warehouse 13), e Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead). My Name is Jerry ha vinto il premio come miglior film all'International Filmmaker Festival, miglior film al The Santa Clarity Valley Film Festival, ed il premio Best Comedy al The Route 66 Film Festival. inoltre, la sceneggiatura di Zach Baliva Meeting Woody Allen ha raggiunto il secondo posto nella competizione The Written Image Screenplay Competition. "Short Film Production Workshop” Dal 22 al 26 giugno, 6 ore al giorno; 27 giugno sessione mattutina (3 ore) COME SCRIVERE UNA STORIA - Partire da una buona idea - Come sviluppare una storia - La struttura in una storia - Scrivere la storia - Esercizi di scrittura PRODUZIONE - I ruoli in una produzione - Come funziona una produzione: chi fa cosa? - Inquadrature - Movimenti di camera - Fotografia e luci - Audio - Silenzio…AZIONE! (Esercizi di ripresa) POST PRODUZIONE - Analisi di montaggio - Tecniche di montaggio - L’importanza della colonna sonora FILM FESTIVAL - Introduzione al mondo dei festival - Come far accettare il proprio lavoro all’interno dei festival Si raccomanda di leggere "Save the cat" VERSIONE ITALIANA VERSIONE INGLESE I partecipanti devono portare con se il proprio computer. Si consiglia di portare con se la propria Macchina DSLR ma non è strettamente necessario. Prezzo: €500 ++++++++++++++++ Zach Baliva si è laureato al prestigioso Columbia College nel 2003, ha iniziato la sua carriera di filmaker alla Warner Brothers Studios, dove ha collaborato con produttori quali: John Wells (The West Wing, August: Osage County, The Company Men). Zach Baliva ha lavorato come manager degli scrittori della serie ER ed ha assistito diversi registi e produttori prima di lasciare gli studios per produrre il pluri-premiato film My Name is Jerry, con Doug Jones (I labirinti del fauno, Hellboy), Catherine Hicks (Settimo cielo), Allison Scagliotti (Warehouse 13), e Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead). My Name is Jerry ha vinto il premio come miglior film all'International Filmmaker Festival, miglior film al The Santa Clarity Valley Film Festival, ed il premio Best Comedy al The Route 66 Film Festival. inoltre, la sceneggiatura di Zach Baliva Meeting Woody Allen ha raggiunto il secondo posto nella competizione The Written Image Screenplay Competition.