The studio priority is the creative interpretation of art themes from nature (figure study, still life study, landscape study). The underlying principles are: observation of reality, analysing the phenomena that occur in it, and transforming them into art. The goal is to search for one’s own language of creative expression, to find an individual technique and to improve skills pertaining to the medium of drawing. The studio curriculum has three advancement and difficulty levels. The first level – figure study drawing in the studio with attention paid to to the construction of form, the skills of observation, representation and composition. Continuous corrections allow less advanced students to improve their drawing technique. The second level – on the basis of an arrangement in space (figure, still life), students rework it to achieve a new quality. The process is guided and consulted by the teacher. Third level – individual student suggestions after prior approval by the teacher. They are run with weekly corrections and working out the best solutions together. Students are obliged to do 4 to 6 drawing proposals per semester, sketches and related notes are also graded. The studio allows students to complete the diploma as a major or additional specialization.