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Students will undertake two design studio projects where they generate designs in response to a given text and/or music in at least two of the areas: Set, Costume, Lighting and Sound.
Advanced Visual Representation techniques will be taught to further develop students' ability to communicate their design ideas effectively.
In addition, students develop intermediate understanding and skills in one of the following areas: Costume construction, Set and Props construction, Lighting Technology and Sound Technology. Through studio-based classes students will develop a comprehensive understanding of the chosen areas as well as learn an intermediate level skills for employing these in the context of live performance. Students may select any of these modules provided they have completed all previous modules in the specialist area in Foundations of Design and Production 1 and 2 achieving a pass grade or higher.
Intended learning outcomes
On successful completion of this subject students should be able to:
- develop cohesive design concepts that demonstrate an understanding of the role design plays in stage and/or screen-based productions;
- apply visual representation techniques to effectively communicate design ideas;
- demonstrate intermediate knowledge of materials and processes in selected area of technical theatre;
- utilise intermediate techniques in selected area of technical theatre.
Last updated: 3 November 2022