This unit is designed to facilitate engagement with the professional practices and networks appropriate for global creative practice. Student facilitated collaboration sessions will provide a lead-in to peer-run public workshops or participatory creative projects around relevant global creative themes. Students will recognise and reflect on social cultural and ethical issues, and apply local and international perspectives to practice in the Creative Arts Disciplines. By developing independent programs, the students will interpret, communicate and present ideas, problems and arguments in modes suited to a range of audiences. Assessments will facilitate engagement with new professional networks and provide tangible experience and written evidence for future employment opportunities.

Unit details

Study level:
Undergraduate
Credit points:
12
Unit code:
ACI3103

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
  1. Collaborate with peers on facilitating a public seminar program or equivalent creative project  
  2. Coordinate, compose and negotiate a dynamic public program engaging with the global creative industry and defend the methodologies utilised in the activities created;  
  3. Interpret, communicate and present ideas, problems and arguments in modes suited to a range of audiences; and  
  4. Review and document global creative practice, recognising and critically reflecting on relevant social, cultural and ethical issues and evaluating the ideas, concepts and processes presented.  

Assessment

Assessment type Description Grade
Exercise Completion of a series of self-reflective tasks designed to strengthen leadership and team work skills. 20%
Report A report on student led collaborative workshop or project including methodologies used 30%
Review Analysis, documentation and critical response to global creative practice implemented 50%

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