This work-integrated learning unit will provide you with an opportunity to be guided and supported in undertaking a public creative work. As a member of a team, you will be provided with a brief. Your team’s response will be guided by a range of interdisciplinary stimuli, which may include objects, sounds, guest lectures, fine arts, performance, exhibitions and films.
You may draw on your existing creative practice and interest in your contribution to the group production, and you may document and reflect on outcomes from your own disciplinary perspectives. Mentor/s will then assist your team to develop and realise the project by leading students through the stages of project planning, management, delivery, marketing, documentation, reflection and evaluation. This unit will culminate in the public presentation of the group project and the individual documentation of your experience.
|Unit name||Making the Event B|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
Dr. Kathleen Williams
|Available as student elective?||No|
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- Design a group project for public presentation, exhibition, screening or performance.
- Evaluate logistical, WHS and other risks associated with the project.
- Deliver a project in a public environment.
- Critically reflect on and analyse the process and outcomes of creating a public work and translate your contribution to group work into building your individual and/or collaborative professional practice.
50cps of intermediate (200 level) units
You cannot enrol in this unit as well as the following:
You cannot complete FSX206 in the same semester as FSX306.
Task 1: Project Proposal, 8 pages (40%)
Task 2: Individual Professional Portfolio and Pitch, 1500 words and images (30%)
Task 3: Risk analysis of proposed project (10%)
Task 4: Self-evaluation of group involvement in the event (20%)
|Timetable||View the lecture timetable | View the full unit timetable|
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