For Honours (Professional) and Honours (Studio Research) students only
In this unit you will develop a visual diary or journal and a proposal and work-plan for the pursuit of a line of speculative, self-directed work in the field of contemporary art or design which will be pursued in the units FSA414 Studio Project Development, and in either FSA424 Thesis-Professional Project A and FSA425 Thesis-Professional Project B; or FSA422 Thesis-Research Project A and FSA423 Thesis-Research Project B. A series of group sessions will introduce general principles of formulating effective research methodologies and strategies, documenting the research process, and proposal writing.
|Unit name||Studio Project Design|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts and Law
Tasmanian College of the Arts
Honours Coordinator, Anne MacDonald and relevant studio lecturers
|Available as student elective?||No|
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The unit is delivered via a sequence of methodology sessions, student led presentations, discussions and critiques
Journal (50%), proposal and work plan 2,000 words (50%)
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