Native Crafts MA
Master's studies in native crafts provide development opportunities for professional craftsmen, researchers and specialists of creative arts who share the ability to design innovative solutions drawing on cultural heritage, and are able to analyse and reflect on crafts as professional activity. The curriculum offers many different opportunities for practice-based and experimental research and development of craft skills.
Upon completion of the curriculum the students:
- are familiar with the technologies of native construction, metalwork or textile and are able to apply their skills creatively and professionally within their field;
- know the history and study methods of their specific skills, techniques and technology, are able to put the results into practice in research and development and express their perspective of the speciality correctly;
- are able to place knowledge of their specialty in a general cultural and interdisciplinary context and are familiar with the related areas;
- know project and process management and are able to use their knowledge working as a specialist of their field;
- are able to critically assess the preparation, practical activities and needs for further development within their own specialty and others, and are ready to work as competent and responsible supervisors within their field;
- are aware of the ethical aspects of their activities and their role in society.
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