This unit is available within the following courses: Graduate Diploma of Visual Communication, Master of Visual Communication, Graduate Diploma of Fine Art and Design, Master of Fine Art and Design.
Full-time students will enrol in FSA782 and FSA783 concurrently in the same semester; and part-time students will enrol in FSA782 and FSA783 over two consecutive semesters.
Professional Practices 2A & 2B aims to facilitate your creative capacity and skills development to enable you to produce professional art, design or curatorial work through the development and realisation of one or more self-directed projects. Projects are supervised by academic staff and developed within one of the following specialisations: Drawing, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Time Based Media, Visual Communication and 3D Design. In Professional Practices 2A & 2B you will continue to clarify and advance your MFAD project/s by building on your contextual, theoretical and studio-based investigations as outlined in your proposal, completed in Professional Practices 1A & 1B. You will continue to develop and refine one or more self-directed projects towards final resolution as a body of exhibition work in Professional Practices 3A & 3B. In addition to creating a portfolio of visual work, you will maintain a journal documenting primary and secondary research and write a brief summary of your progress.
|Unit name||Professional Practices 2A|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
Dr. Toby Juliff
Anne MacDonald, postgraduate coursework coordinator, and relevant studio and/or theory staff, as required.
|Available as student elective?||No|
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- Develop and manage a self-directed creative project.
- Engage in creative thinking and problem solving to generate ideas through process and exploration.
- Identify and apply appropriate technical skills, materials and processes to realise creative concepts.
- Document your creative process through a research journal.
- Working independently and within teams.
- Develop an awareness of the social, ethical and cultural responsibilities of an artists or designer.
- Give oral and written presentations to peers, and engage in argument and critical analysis of art and or design.
|Field of Education||Commencing Student Contribution 1||Grandfathered Student Contribution 1||Approved Pathway Course Student Contribution 2||Domestic Full Fee|
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FSA779 - Professional Practices 1A AND (FSA781 - Professional Practices 1B OR FSA709 - Professional Placement B)
You cannot enrol in this unit as well as the following:
FFA751 AND FSA773 AND FSA751
A weekly seminar program of student led presentations, discussions and group critiques. Regular supervisory meetings by arrangement.
Task 1: Portfolio of Visual Work - building on your contextual, theoretical and studio-based investigations as outlined in your proposal, completed in Professional Practices 1A & 1B, continue to develop and refine one or more self-directed projects towards final resolution as a body of exhibition work in Professional Practices 3A & 3B (80%)
Task 2: Journal providing evidence of research, experimentation and development of ideas for your project (10%)
Task 3: Project Progress Report, 20 minute presentation (hurdle task/not formally assessed)
Task 4: Project Summary outlining your project and its context, how it was pursued and its final outcomes, 1000 words (10%)
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