Seminar "Structure of doctoral studies in art and methodological settings in the process of research creation"
On 17 May 2021, a multi-day seminar entitled "The structure of doctoral studies in art and methodological settings in the process of research creation" began, led by visiting professor, Dr. Branka Kopecki, in which the teaching staff of UNSA art Academies participates.
The seminar enables acquaintance with the structure of doctoral studies programs in the field of art, basic settings of research creation, as well as acquaintance with the form and manner of defending a doctoral thesis in the field of creation, and deals with orientations concerning methodology, issues, topics doctoral studies in the domain. The seminar provides an introduction to the methodological, conceptual, critical and thought tools, forms and operational models that are common in the process of research creation as well as the theoretical aspect of the creative process and the development of a plan for diffusion of results achieved in the field of research creation. The seminar is realized within the project "Diaspora for Development" - D4D project of the Government of Switzerland and the Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of Bosnia and Herzegovina and partners for the implementation of UNDP and IOM in BiH.
Branka Kopecki graduated in comparative literature and philosophy of art. She earned her doctorate in the visual arts at the Université Laval in Québec, Canada. She has exhibited in Canada, France, Belgium, Spain, Croatia, Serbia, Mexico, Colombia and China. She has been awarded numerous prizes and recognitions for her work. The focus of her research is the temporality of the image and the relationship of photography with other media. Since the summer of 2009, he has been working as a full professor at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada.
More about Professor Kopecki is available at: http://www.brankakopecki.com/fr/home/.