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The School of Fine Arts

The School of Film Studies is a separate School within the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Aristotle University. The Faculty is actually an institute of art with diverse artistic fields; the type of studies is of a more or less mixed nature: artistic and scientific, theoretical and practical. The objective is to shape artists and scientists with a well-rounded education. This coexistence may contribute to a redefinition of the position and value of artistic practice and the establishment of strong interconnections between the major areas of each field.

The Faculty of Fine Arts was established by Presidential Decree 169/84, with the simultaneous formation of three Departments, and was supplemented by Law 3255/04 with a fourth Department:

·         Visual and Applied Arts

·         Music Studies

·         School of Drama

·         Film Studies

The Schools of the Faculty grant respective degrees.

The School of Visual and Applied Arts has operated since the academic year 1984-1985.

The School of Music Studies has operated since the academic year 1985-1986.

The School of Drama has operated since the academic year 1992-93.

The School of Film Studies has operated since the academic year-2004-2005.

 

School of Film Studies, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki