Cod: 52030
Department: DH
Scientific area: Arts
Total working hours: 156
Total contact time: 33

Students are expected to build knowledge and acquire competencies in the design and production of various forms of media through direct interaction with the foundations of different forms of artistic expression and communication, while continuously focusing on a comparative vision.

  1. Arts
  2. Multimedia
  3. Digital 
  4. Technologies

It is through technical and technological experimentation that the student will blend theoretical knowledge with practical know-how, both independently and through collaborative processes, so as to become capable of proposing, creating and producing objects whose plasticity may assume various forms: visual (both static and moving) and acoustic .  Experimentation and debate, from the comparative standpoint of different forms of expression, will orient the creative processes of “translation”.  Examples:  “translating” a poem or staging a narrative piece (story/tale) using images and sound; representing an eminently visual piece through sound; or sharing a personal perspective of a sculpture through the use of partial images.

1.  Arts, Space and Time – the main characteristics in the different arts
 • Form/content
• Cognition /emotion

2.  Art and Media Discourses
 • Space, time, movement, action
 • Visual and auditive mobility
 • Verbal and non-verbal (written/sung word; noise and silence)
 • Narrative process(s)

3. Art and Communication / Digital Production
 • From  analogue to digital (new  perspectives)
 • Resources of production and transmission (technical and human)
 • Conception, practical application and reflection

- Documentos/Recursos educativos da Unidade Curricular (a disponibilizar online)
- Carvalho, Ana Amélia A. (org.) (2008). Manual de Ferramentas Web 2.0 para Professores. Lisboa: DGIDC, Ministério da Educação
- Miller, Carolyn H. (2008). Digital Storytelling: A creator's guide to interactive entertainment (Second Edition). Oxford: Focal Press
- Sousa, Rocha de (1992). Ver e Tornar Visível. Lisboa: Universidade Aberta

E-Learning (fully online).

Evaluation is made on individual basis and it involves the coexistence of two modes: continuous assessment (60%) and final evaluation (40%). Further information is detailed in the Learning Agreement of the course unit.