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- A final portfolio will be produced that demonstrates an appropriate level of understanding of the processes, skills and techniques that are being demonstrated. This will be assessed through visual outcomes that exhibit a clear understanding of the materials and processes inherent to printmaking, as well as adhering to the guidelines of working in a professional printmaking studio. Appropriate support and resource material including a visual diary should be submitted for assessment alongside the Final Portfolio. Due day 10 (intensive delivery) or Week 10 to 12 (semester delivery) (75%).
- Essay (1000 words) that engages with a specific print based work from the NGV Prints and Drawings collection that has a direct influence on student’s final portfolios. Due day 17 (intensive delivery) or during examination period (semester delivery) (25%).
- Ongoing feedback is provided to students through the subject’s duration via individual and group discussion. Additionally, a progress review will take place midway through the subject, taking into account the following criteria: course engagement; work development. Intensive delivery: day 2 to 3 of intensive.
- Hurdle Requirement A minimum of 80% class attendance is required.
Last updated: 5 August 2020