AEK1105 - Aboriginal Traditions and Policy
AEK1204 - Aboriginal History and Political Movements
Students are required to complete either AEK1204 or AEK1105 before enrolling in this unit. Students enrolled in course code ABAB and LBLA must complete at least 72 credit points (equivalent to 6 units) in Year 1 before undertaking any Level 2 units.
|1.||Analyse the impact of colonial settlement on the cultural, health and social outcomes of urban Victorian Aboriginal populations and their art;|
|2.||Describe how different art styles and subject matter have shaped and framed Victorian Aboriginal resistance and reclamation of cultural practices;|
|3.||Critique the impact and role of Indigenous art, its impact on Aboriginal communities and how art and community development can transform place and space and impart oral tradition;|
|4.||Recognise the importance of and reflect on how culturally appropriate and culturally safe urban Indigenous art projects impact and produce positive outcomes in Aboriginal communities; and|
|5.||Argue how contemporary Indigenous art practice, in all mediums, are fundamental products and processes of Aboriginal sovereignty.|
|Journal||Journal reflections (3 x entry) (1000 words)||30%|
|Essay||Written assessment (2000 words)||40%|
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