Costume Design | Undergraduate | Vilnius

Learning outcomes are articulated following the draft Benchmark Statement for Design Field which identifies five groups of learning outcomes: knowledge and its application, ability to conduct research, special skills, social skills, personal skills.

Competencies of the study cycle

Intended learning outcomes

Study subjects

Knowledge

and its application

 

A1

Upon receiving theoretical knowledge, underpinned by new research in the field of fashion design studies, students are capable to deepen it, to systematize, to make judgments and apply it together with their practical competences, in their professional practice and/or wider contemporary interdisciplinary contexts (interdisciplinary projects, creative workshops).

Compulsory: Fashion Design 1, 6, 7; Training Practice 3;Pattern Making and Draping 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; History of European Costume 1, 2; Fashion History of 20th-21st C.; Visual Expression Introduction into Contemporary Art and Theories; 1–7; Graduation Project. History of Western Art: Modern times from 15th – to 19th century; History of Western Art: Ancient and Medieval Art until 15th C.; Introduction into Contemporary Art and Theory; Specialty language and Rhetoric; Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art; History of Western Art: the 19th-21st. C.

Optional: Creative Workshops; Creative Practice. Jewellery Accessories; Contemporary Aesthetics and Philosophy; Art Psychology; Introduction into visual Culture studies; Problems of  Contemporary Lithuanian Art; Problems of  Contemporary Lithuanian Art; The 20th Century Applied Art and Design; Theoretical and Institutional Contexts of Contemporary Art.

A2

Are able to link their theoretical and practical knowledge in professional design activity or a project (market research, fashion trends and history, new technologies) and apply them across broad field of professional careers or interdisciplinary studies.

Compulsory: Fashion Design 2, 3, 4; Training Practice 3; Pattern Making and Draping1, 2, 3; Visual expression 1–7; Graduation Project.

General: Specialty language and Rhetoric.

 Basics of Fashion and Stage Make-up; Computer - aided Design of Garments 1, 2; Basics of Photography; Basics of Entrepreneurship, Basics of Video.

A3

Are able to deepen knowledge in a particular branch of fashion design, to broaden skills of artistic garment design, to support own artistic stance with arguments.

Compulsory: Fashion Design 1, 6, 7; Training Practice 1, 2; Graduation Project.

General: Specialty language and Rhetoric.

A4

Know special clothing technology safety requirements and apply them with responsibility.

Compulsory: Pattern Making and Draping 1- 8; Training Practice2; Graduation Project.

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A5

Are versed in legal aspects of creative activity as well as in managerial principles applicable to the realization of fashion design projects.

Compulsory: Fashion Design 5; Training Practice 3; Graduation Project.

Optional: Theoretical and Institutional Contexts of Contemporary Art; Basics of Video Art.

B1

Are able to conduct a qualified initial research on a fashion item in terms of material, techniques and technologies, and artistic forms. Are versed in adequate research methods and sources, information and data collection and recording, systematizing, analysis and assessment, generalization, presentation of research work in fluent Lithuanian or foreign language, good command of specialty terms.

Compulsory: Fashion Design 1, 2, 6, 7; Pattern Making and Draping 1, 5, 6, 7; Training Practice 3; Graduation Project.

General: History of Western Art: Ancient and Medieval Art until 15th C.; History of Western Art: Ancient and Medieval Art until 15th C., ; Introduction into Contemporary Art and Theory; Specialty language and Rhetoric; History of Western Art: the 19th-21st. C.; Aesthetics and Philosophy or Art

Optional:  Art Psychology; The 20th Century Applied Art and Design; Basics of Entrepreneurship; Basics of Video Art.

Ability to conduct research

  1.  

Are able to research and to systematize practical material in the field of fashion industry and technologies.

 

Compulsory: Fashion Design 5, 6; Training Practice 1, 3; Pattern Making and Draping 2, 3, 4; Visual Expression 1–4; Graduation Project.

  • : Basics of Fashion and Stage Make-up; Computer - aided Design of Garments 1, 2; Basics of Photography; Creative Practice. Jewellery Accessories; Basics of Video Art
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Are able to judge, to interpret and to employ to their purpose results derived from research to problem solving in fashion design and in individual designer’s practice.

Compulsory: Fashion Design 3, 4, 7; Training Practice3; Pattern Making and Draping 8; History of European Costume 1, 2; Fashion History of 20th—21st C; Graduation Project.

Introduction into Contemporary Art and Theory.

Optional: Contemporary Aesthetics  and  Philosophy;  Art Psychology; Creative Workshops.

Special

abilities

C1

Are able of generating ideas, experimenting in the field of fashion and technologies on the basis of previous own creative experiments and inventions by other designers; realize the value of experimentation in the process of inventing one’ s individual style.

Compulsory: Fashion Design 1, 3, 4, 5, 7; Pattern Making and Draping 1 - 6; Training Practice1,3; Fashion History of 20th—21st C.;  Graduation Project.

General: Specialty language and Rhetoric.

Optional: Basics of Photography; ; Contemporary Aesthetics and  Philosophy; Basics of Video Art; Basics of Entrepreneurship; Theoretical and Institutional Contexts of Contemporary Art.

C2

Are able to identify problems emerging in interactions between consumer, producer and the artist; know how to address them in a professional manner by independently resorting to complex technological, organizational and methodological means.

Compulsory: Fashion Design 5, 6, 7; Pattern-making and Draping 7; Training Practice 3; Visual Expression 5–7; Graduation Project.

  • Theoretical and Institutional Contexts of Contemporary Art; Basics of Video Art.

C3

Are able, in the process of studies and professional practice, of organizing, conducting, presenting and evaluating projects or their separate elements with regard of ethic, aesthetic, technical and technological requirements.

Compulsory: History of European Costume 1, 2;   Visual Expression 5–7; Graduation Project.

General: Specialty language and Rhetoric.

Art Psychology; Introduction into Studies of Visual Culture; Problems of  Contemporary Lithuanian Art; Art in Public Spaces; Theoretical and Institutional Contexts of Contemporary Art; Basics of Video Art; Creative Workshops.

C4

Are capable of selecting and employing

means of artistic expression and innovative technologies, introduce innovation and experiment; are capable to employ existing

and emerging media and technologies for interdisciplinary design projects.

Compulsory: Fashion Design 2, 5, 6, 7;

Visual Expression 5–7; Graduation Project.

Optional: Basics of Fashion and Stage Make-up; Computer - aided Design of Garments 1, 2; Basics of Photography; Creative Practice. Jewellery Accessories; Basics of Video Art.

Socialabilities

D1

Are aware of cross-area character of artistic creation and are able to operate in it, individually or in interdisciplinary team, to professionally interact with studying specialists and public in solving issues of professional practice or studies, in promoting completed work and its results in a written, oral or other format, in the national or foreign language/s.

 

 

Compulsory: Fashion Design 2, 3, 4, 7;  Pattern making and Draping 2, 5,6, 7;Training Practice 3; History of European Costume 1, 2; Graduation Project.

General: Introduction into Contemporary Art and Theory; Aesthetics and Art Philosophy Specialty language and Rhetoric.

Optional: Creative Practice; Jewellery Accessories; Art Psychology; Basics of Entrepreneurship; Contexts of Contemporary Art, Basics of Video Art.

D2

Are aware of fashion designer’s professional ethics, social and ecological implications, commitment to one’  s society and nation, profession and peers and are loyal to them.

 

Compulsory: Fashion Design 6; Training Practice 3; Pattern Making and Draping 1, 3, 4; Fashion History of 20th–21stC; Graduation Project.

General: Introduction into Contemporary Art and Theory; Aesthetics and Art Philosophy; Specialty language and Rhetoric.

Contemporary Art Psychology; Basics of Entrepreneurship; Theoretical and Institutional Contexts of Contemporary Art; Creative Workshops; Computer - aided Design of Garments 2; Basics of Fashion and Stage Make-up.

Personal abilities

E1

Are able of independent solution making

can efficiently solve problems, adjust to

new situations, plan own practice, keep to established schedule, have entrepreneurship skills.

 

Compulsory: Fashion Design 4, 5, 7; Training Practice 3;Patern Making and Draping 7; History of European Costume 1, 2; Fashion History of 20th–21st C; Visual Expression 1–7; Graduation Project.

General: The History of Western Art: Ancient and Medieval Art until the 15th c.; The History of Western Art: 15th - 19th c.; The History of Western Art: 20th - 21st c.

Optional: Creative Practice. Jewellery Accessories; Creative Workshops; Basics of Entrepreneurship; Theoretical and Institutional Contexts of Contemporary Art; Problems of   Contemporary Lithuanian Art.

E2

Take moral and material responsibility for the results of own creative agency, of their social and economic impact, and contribution to cultural development and influence on environment.

 

Compulsory: Fashion Design 6; Pattern Making and Draping 1, 3, 4; 5; Graduation Project.

General: Introduction into Contemporary Art and Theory; Aesthetics and Art Philosophy.

Optional: Computer - aided Design of Garments 1, 2; Art Psychology; Theoretical and Institutional Contexts of Contemporary Art; Creative Workshops; Art in Public Spaces.

 

E3

Are capable of self-study during professional practice and studies. Are able of critical judgment of own professional practice. Are capable to plan their learning process, to keep developing and excelling in professional skills. Understand the importance of life-long learning and are capable of planning their careers.

Compulsory: Fashion Design 1, 2; Training Practice 1, 3;   Pattern Making and Draping 2,6; Visual Expression 1–4; Graduation Project.

General: Specialty language and Rhetoric

Optional: Basics of Fashion and Stage Make-up; Basics of Photography; Theoretical and Institutional Contexts of Contemporary Art; Basics of Video Art; Art in Public Spaces.