The unit promotes the articulation and application of ideas between practice and theory by developing skills in planning, carrying out and communicating creative arts practice-led research. Students develop a research project proposal for their individual project, and present their outcomes in the forms of a conference paper and an essay. Project topics may relate directly to major studies or be otherwise relevant to the student's arts practice. Students are taught by individual supervision and in group seminars.
|Unit name||Investigation: creative research practice|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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12.5 points at intermediate level in FFA units
13 hours seminars and 26 hours consultation and project facilitation (total) over 13 weeks
Developed project proposal (20%), Seminar presentation with 500-word summary (30%), 3000-word essay (50%)
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