Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo / Portale Web di Ateneo


DRAWING 1
DISEGNO 1

A.Y. Credits
2021/2022 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Laura Baratin Friday from 15.00 to 17.00 and for other days by appointment

Assigned to the Degree Course

Conservation and Restauration of Cultural Heritage (LMR/02)
Curriculum: PERCORSO COMUNE
Date Time Classroom / Location
Date Time Classroom / Location

Learning Objectives

The Course aims to provide the necessary knowledge and skills to consciously apply the language of drawing, aimed at recording and communicating the morphology and conservation status of artistic artefacts (paintings on canvas, wooden artefacts and contemporary works).

The course addresses the issue of documentation for cultural heritage, with particular reference to the methodology and the use of digital tools for documentation and cataloguing in the conservation and restoration of cultural heritage.

The objectives of the course are:

- to provvide a basic knowledge of the historical and scientific fundamentals of the codified methods of graphic representation, allowing to document the geometric and compositional structure of the artwork;

- to provide the theoretical and operational tools to represent a work of art through a conventional language.

The representation techniques used range from traditional freehand drawing and technical drawing techniques to digital ones supported by specific software, with particular reference to the documentation of restoration sites.

Program

- INTRODUCTION (4 hours)

What it means to document cultural heritage

- LESSON 1 (4 hours)

History of representation

- LESSON 2 (4 hours)

Cataloguing and the catalogue: history and method

- LESSON 3 (4 hours)

Documentation techniques

- LESSON 4-5 (8 hours)

Digital graphic documentation tools: an introduction to using AutoCAD software

- LESSON 6 - 7 -8 (12 hours)

Conservative mapping: photo-straightening, tracing, screens

- LESSON 9 (4 hours)

Graphic standards: mapping the materials and degradation of the artwork

- LESSON 10 (4 hours)

The print table setting: layout structure, metric scale, print nibs and text

EXERCISE N1 (classroom presentation 4 hours) - The graphic representation of the work of art

EXERCISE N2 (presentation in the classroom 4 hours) - Elaboration of graphic standards for conservative mapping

PROGRAMME MODULE SUPPLEMENT TO THE DIDACTICS - FRANCESCA GASPARETTO

·  INSTRUMENTS FOR THE CONSERVATIVE CARD (10 hours)

>  What it means to design a digital document system for movable property (3 HOURS)

- introduction to the online Conservation Digital Report CDR software

- the digital documentation of the works presents in the laboratory tele of the School of Conservation and Restoration of Urbino

- example of a particular case study: the work carried out in the Amandola depot by the School of Conservation and Restoration of Urbino

>  How the CDReport software works (2 HOURS)

- designing a card

- filling in the form

EXERCISE N3 (inspection in the laboratory and presentation in the classroom 5 HOURS) - The conservation filing of a work of art

·  Analysis of the works in the laboratory: observation, study of execution techniques and mechanisms of degradation

·  Information collection in the laboratory

·  Digital card design

·  Filling in the form

·  Final revision

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

Ability to analyse the graphic structure of the work of figurative art and to recognise its conformation geometric of the artefact in relation to its temporal location, ability to document with digital tools artistic artefacts through different methods and techniques of graphic representation, ability to identify and reconstruct the methods of representation applied in historical iconographies.

Ability to document the steps of the knowledge activities of one work in function of the next one intervention.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

The course is divided into a series of frontal lessons concerning the framework of the discipline and application examples. In addition to the lessons, there will be two practical exercises to develop the analysis, interpretation and representation of the artefacts under investigation, to be held partly during the lessons, assisted by the teacher, and partly at home.

The tables drawn up during the course will be corrected and commented on, in the classroom and during reviews agreed with the teacher, and will constitute the final file that each student must submit on the day of the exam and will be part of the final evaluation.

Attendance

Recommended lesson frequency: please contact the teacher to agree on the exercises and study materials.

The practical exercises are an integral part of the final preparation and must therefore be completed in all their parts (even for students who are not attending).

Course books

DOCCI M., GAIANI M., MAESTRI D., Scienza del disegno, Città Studi Edizioni, Novara 2011.

SAINT AUBIN J. P., Il rilievo e la rappresentazione dell'architettura, Edizione italiana a cura di BARATIN L. e SELVINI A., Ed. Moretti & Vitali, Bergamo 1999.

VASCO ROCCA S., Beni culturali e catalogazione Principi teorici e percorsi di analisi, Gangemi Editori, Roma 2001.

AMATURO M., CASTELLANI P., (a cura di) Catalogare le opere d'arte, ICCD, Roma 2006.

RELLA L., SACCANI L., Schede tecniche per il restauratore, Hoepli, Milano 2009

RUSSO J., Degrado dei materiali lapidei: proposta di simbologia grafica. In Carbonara G., Trattato di restauro architettonico – Secondo aggiornamento. Milano: UTET, 2008.

Assessment

The examination is divided into:

- an oral test articulated in an interview on the basis of the theoretical topics covered (1/3)

- oral presentation of the graphic file delivered. The paper shall collect the results of exercises n.1 and n.2 and the exercise regarding the conservative filing; it shall also present graphic coherence and correct graphic language according to conventions. (2/3)

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

The course is divided into a series of frontal lessons concerning the framework of the discipline and application examples. In addition to the lessons, there will be two practical exercises to develop the analysis, interpretation and representation of the artefacts under investigation, to be held partly during the lessons, assisted by the teacher, and partly at home.

The tables drawn up during the course will be corrected and commented on, in the classroom and during reviews agreed with the teacher, and will constitute the final file that each student must submit on the day of the exam and will be part of the final evaluation.

Attendance

Recommended lesson frequency: please contact the teacher to agree on the exercises and study materials.

The practical exercises are an integral part of the final preparation and must therefore be completed in all their parts (even for students who are not attending).

Course books

DOCCI M., GAIANI M., MAESTRI D., Scienza del disegno, Città Studi Edizioni, Novara 2011.

SAINT AUBIN J. P., Il rilievo e la rappresentazione dell'architettura, Edizione italiana a cura di BARATIN L. e SELVINI A., Ed. Moretti & Vitali, Bergamo 1999.

VASCO ROCCA S., Beni culturali e catalogazione Principi teorici e percorsi di analisi, Gangemi Editori, Roma 2001.

AMATURO M., CASTELLANI P., (a cura di) Catalogare le opere d'arte, ICCD, Roma 2006.

RELLA L., SACCANI L., Schede tecniche per il restauratore, Hoepli, Milano 2009

RUSSO J., Degrado dei materiali lapidei: proposta di simbologia grafica. In Carbonara G., Trattato di restauro architettonico – Secondo aggiornamento. Milano: UTET, 2008.

Assessment

The examination is divided into:

- an oral test articulated in an interview on the basis of the theoretical topics covered (1/3)

- oral presentation of the graphic file delivered. The paper shall collect the results of exercises n.1 and n.2 and the exercise regarding the conservative filing; it shall also present graphic coherence and correct graphic language according to conventions. (2/3)

Notes

Students must be provided with blank A4 note sheets, other materials for technical drawing will be indicated on the basis of the assigned exercises. For the computer part we recommend the use of a PC with Windows operating system in the latest versions.

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