This unit explores the language, techniques and traditions of drawing, and offers an extension of drawing skills embedded in other units. The unit emphasises the development of a personal language that communicates the perceptual and conceptual possibilities of the medium. This language is developed through a wide range of drawing techniques and subject matter including life drawing, still life, installation, landscape and urban drawing.
|Unit name||Drawing Ideas 1|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law & Education
School of Creative Arts
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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|Band||Field of Education|
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3hr weekly studio sessions that comprise of technical workshops, studio lectures, group learning activities and individual studio time. There is an expectation of at least an additional 4 hrs independent practical work in the studio weekly (13 weeks, including an Independent Study Week).
Folio of completed projects submitted at the end of the unit
Portfolio of relevant supporting material evidencing brief observations and reflections of the semester's work and contextual investigation (maximum 15 pages).
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