MC281 - Master of Arts (Art in Public Space)

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Plan: MC281 - Master of Arts (Art in Public Space)
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

Upon successful completion of this program you will be able to:

  1. Engage in self-directed learning and independent research with an emphasis on art in public space practice to develop an individual and collaborative art practice and locate practices within an appropriate conceptual and theoretical context
  2. Test, experiment and explore real and conceptual issues and develop key project management skills through innovative public practice and engagement with international and local industry
  3. Critically examine global, political, social, cultural, environmental, and historical knowledge and contexts that inform public art practice
  4. Communicate to a professional level the conceptual development of a body of work within the framework of contemporary public art practice
  5. Research, analyse and synthesise information and select methods and resources to develop communication and work ready skills appropriate to the public art field
  6. Engage in autonomous and collaborative continuous learning concerning new developments in cultural/artistic production and associated discourses in art in public spaces
  7. Create and manage a safe, sustainable and effective project environment within public space both independently and with your peers 
  8. Produce a body of work that demonstrates a professional level of technical and conceptual excellence in a selected area (or areas) of contemporary public art practice.
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