Department of Fine and Applied Arts The Department of Fine and Applied Arts:
- fosters and promotes knowledge in painting, sculpture and applied arts, such as photography – video, digital art forms (animation, 3D animation), print illustration, study and design of modern objects of craft and industrial production (design) and decoration. Special emphasis is placed on highlighting cultural heritage and the impact of major trends in art.
- qualifies students to pursue a professional or academic career in arts 26
- caters for special education and training in teaching art in primary and secondary schools. Graduates are eligible to work in the public or private sector, in art-related jobs. They can also work as freelancers or school teachers, upon acquiring their pedagogical competence certification by attending a special programme designed by the Department.
School of Fine Arts It is located in Florina (3rd km Florina-Niki), and in a village, Psarades, Prespes, where there are laboratories and exhibition areas. The School is going to be soon relocated in a new campus building in Florina.
The Department of Fine and Applied Arts (ΤΕΕΤ, in Greek), which is housed in a rent-free group of buildings close to the School of Social Sciences & Humanities (3rd km Florina – Niki). Total building area: 2,000m2.
The Department also runs laboratories in the following free-rent buildings:
- Painting, in Messonissi (450 m2 )
- Sculpture, in Messonissi (450 m2 )
- Painting, in Proti (500 m2 )
- Building (art studio) in Psarades, Prespes (500 m2 )
The School will also use renovated free-rent facilities (10,486,33 m2 ) in Florina (39, Karamanli Ave., “Agia Olga”). Total area: 14.336,33m2 D. STUDENT ACCOMODATION UoWM rents a Hall of Residence in Florina (Macedonia & Egnatia str., 628,79 m2 ), with one-, two- and three-room flats (36-38 beds). Total area: 628,79 m2