In this unit you resolve and present a body of work of a
speculative and individual nature. This work will
demonstrate your ability to engage in coursework or
research training at postgraduate level and/or creating a
self-defined sustainable practice within a local and global
contemporary creative arts context.
Building on investigations undertaken in FSA416, you will
refine your thesis with reference to contextual, theoretical,
studio-based and/or industry-based investigations. The
form of the final body of work will depend on the project
and may include a resolved body of art or design work, a
performance, a written document of 15000 words, or
appropriate documentation and a project summary based
on professional activities.
|Unit name||Creative Arts Thesis Project B|
|College/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
|Coordinator||Doctor Toby Juliff|
|Available as student elective?||No|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- Develop, research and manage a self-directed creative project
- Identify and apply appropriate technical skills, materials and processes to test creative concepts.
- Engage in creative thinking and problem solving, to generate a wide range of ideas through process and exploration and evaluate the application of these ideas in creative, professional and/or scholarly work
- Apply a considered understanding of the social, ethical and cultural roles and responsibilities of a creative practitioner to make decisions and carry out a selfdirected project
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