Post Secondary Technical School of Visual Communications
In September 2016 Scholastika will become a private post secondary technical school of visual communications. It will offer to its students a three-year study program in the area of product design and graphic design, completed with a Diploma of Technology. The school puts forth original and new, while practical approaches supported by quality technical equipment.
Our educational program is open to the general public. Our students primarily consist of younger students including secondary school graduates as well as Bachelor Degree holders. Scholastika’s programs are also attended by people working in the “profession” who take advantage of the opportunity for personal development and for better orientation on the art scene. However, we also have students who have chosen a certain studio purely to pursue a hobby.
Scholastika’s focus is on providing education in the area of fine arts and design. Anyone of any age can study here under the leadership of the best contemporary designers, artists and theoreticians. The school offers two study options – semester courses in 11 fields of art and design, and starting September 2016 studying at the post secondary technical school in the fields of product design or graphic design.Scholastika was founded in 2012 by two visual artists and classmates from AVU and UMPRUM Ondřej Brody and Evžen Šimera as their own educational project: “Our endeavour was to create an alternative educational environment for acquainting the wide public and connecting our students with the context of contemporary art-design scene, education and work fields.” We cooperate with exceptional and respected experts and professionals from the lines of designers, artists and theoreticians on the Czech, as well as international scene.At Scholastika we place great emphasis on providing practically oriented education based on the response of current technological development, which is lacking in the Czech environment. We are based in the functionalistic building of the former Electric facilities in Prague’s Holešovice quarter, in the newly built creative centre of the capital city.
“Our endeavour was to create an alternative educational environment for acquainting the wide public and connecting our students with the context of contemporary art-design scene, education and work fields.”
Vinohrady, 120 00
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