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Year Long - Dual-Delivery
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Students prepare a proposal for a year long studio project and its attendant critical and professional concerns. Emphasis is on consolidation of the experimentation and levels of enquiry initiated in the first year of the program. A focussed body of works will be developed over the year and emphasis will be placed on clarification of conceptual intent and working methodologies. A critical contextualisation of attendant aesthetic and professional issues will be addressed.
Guidance and assistance is provided through individual tutorials and a weekly studio seminar program. An Academic Advisor is assigned to overview the student's proposal and focussed development over the year.
Intended learning outcomes
This subject will enable students to develop the ability to:
- manipulate and manage the materials and processes involved in the chosen visual art medium and project;
- express ideas and personal concerns through the chosen visual art medium and project;
- gather and synthesise information and other resources through practice-led research;
- discuss contemporary art practice and its personal, professional and social involvements.
On completion of this subject students will:
- clearly communicate opinions, ideas and observations with regard to their studio work in group and individual teaching and learning situations;
- be able to refine and bring to fruition a proposed project and body of artworks;
- be able to continuously self-evaluate the outcomes of their studio processes against the aims and professional context of their project;
- analyse and critically evaluate historical and contemporary art practices and methodologies relevant to their practical work;
- independently research and investigate areas of theoretical and practical relevance from a focused range of sources;
- exhibit focused knowledge of their art discipline, including relevant professional knowledge, skills and techniques;
- have formed respect for the principles, discipline and ethics of the practicing, professional contemporary artist;
- be able to conduct their practices within a professional context and conduct themselves in a professional manner.
Last updated: 4 September 2021