DL0212A Coptic Art & Iconography II
|Unit Value||15 Points|
|Discipline||Field D - Spiritualities - Iconography|
|Cross listed to disciplines||None|
|Courses in which this unit is taught||Diploma in Theology|
Students who have completed ACA 111 Coptic Art & Iconography I, will further develop their skills in this more advanced unit which will focus on a deeper study of the theological meaning behind the icon and developing advanced technique and design skills.
Upon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:
|Prerequisites||ACA 111 Coptic Art & Iconography I|
|Mode of Teaching||Semester - On campus|
|Teaching Methods||Combination of lectures and practical classes|
|Timetabled hours per week||Expected personal study hours/week||Total workload hours per week||Total workload hours for unit|
|Assessment Type||Weighting||Learning Outcomes Assessed|
|Paper 750 words||20%||1|
|Paper 1500 words||30%||2|
|Preparation of an icon||50%||3|
*denotes required text
|Baggley, John. Doors of Perception: Icons and Their Spiritual Significance. Crestwood, New York: St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1995.
Bigham, Stephen. Image of God the Father in Orthodox Theology and Iconography Crestwood, New York: St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1995
* Evdokimov, Paul. The Art of the Icon: a Theology of Beauty. Redondo Beach, California: Oakwood Publications, 1990Onasch, Konrad and Schnieper, Annmarie., (Translated by Daniel G. Conklin),The Fascination and the Reality Riverside Book Company, Inc., New York, 1995. Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1999.