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Design and Content Creation for School Textbook on Fine Arts

Student: Alina Matskevich

Supervisor: Uliana Aristova

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Contemporary Design in the Teaching of Fine Arts and Technology at School (Master)

Final Grade: 10

Year of Graduation: 2021

The result of the graduation thesis was textbooks on fine arts for children of 5-6th grades. The thesis consists of two parts. The first one is the visual research “Artistic and expressive means of the image. Point and Line ". The meaning of this visual study is to find answers to the questions of what a point and a line are in the multi-level art structure and how a certain inherent value appeared in them over time. I refered to"Point and Line to Plane" work by Wassily Kandinsky in my research. The second part of the thesis are textbooks on fine arts. In total 8 books have been made on different topics, each one includes a unit on art history, thematic lessons and mini-exercises that can be done in the textbook itself.

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