This unit of study will facilitate the creative development of students' individual art practice through engagement with mediums and processes across a range of visual art disciplines such as painting, sculpture, photography and video. Overall, the unit aims to be a site of original content development where students have the opportunity of experimenting with different media across disciplines while integrating concepts and ideas in response to knowledge gained in previous visual art units. In addition, students will complete and present interdisciplinary artworks and related writings incorporating their own concepts and choice of media.

Unit details

Study level:
Undergraduate
Credit points:
12
Unit code:
ACF3000

Prerequisites

Nil.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
  1. Create a range of practical studio-based projects using one or more mediums;  
  2. Conceptualise and experiment with an appropriate individual artistic language across disciplines and media;  
  3. Critically reflect on professional interdisciplinary art practices in relation to their emerging art ideas and practice;  
  4. Demonstrate creative approaches corresponding to professional standards of contemporary art practice; and  
  5. Apply the principles of sustainable, safe professional studio practice for collaborative and individual artistic production.  

Assessment

Assessment type Description Grade
Review Folio Investigation (two artworks) 25%
Journal Visual Research Diary 25%
Creative Works Final Folio (two resolved artworks) 50%

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