Course Title: Sculpture Major Study 2
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term2 2009
Course Code: VART5164
Course Title: Sculpture Major Study 2
School: 340T Art
Campus: City Campus
Program: C5048 - Diploma of Arts (Visual Arts)
Course Contact : Kellyann Geurts
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 4472
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Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff
Ph: +61 3 9925 4412
Nominal Hours: 144
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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
VART5163 - Sculpture Major Study Level 1/ VART5161 - Sculpture Minor Study Level 1
In this course students initiate, plan and execute sculptures which are a vehicle for personal expression, to consolidate a folio of work. Students apply knowledge of sculpture as a fine art discipline to participate in the planning and organisation of an exhibition of works outside the studio environment
In this course students will consolidate technical skills, knowledge of contemporary and historical sculptural practice and their personal studio practice. Students will incorporate philosophical, cultural and conceptual influences into their sculptural practise and apply and extend their knowledge of materials and processes thus developing and consolidating their personal visual language. Students will work increasingly more independently and develop a professional and independently motivated and disciplined approach to art practice.
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
VBS674 Sculpture Major Study 2
1. Identify, interpret and incorporate philosophies, concepts and percepts into the production of sculpture
2. Select and or adapt materials and the appropriate processes or techniques required to produce sculpture
3. Select and apply visual elements used in the production of sculpture
4. Use the vocabulary and phraseology of sculpture
Details of Learning Activities
Throughout the semester you will begin a process of constructing a conceptual and philosophical framework in which to develop your work. You will be involved in identifying, interpreting and incorporating a range of ideas and philosophies into your developing practice; experimenting with a range of sculptural materials and develop a method of working three dimensionally. Emphasis will be placed on workshops, demonstrations, individual and group tutorials, research and studio practice.
The course will be delivered over an 18 week semester. Weeks 1-16 will consist of studio based classes and tutorials. Weeks 17-18 will consist of folio prepartation and assessment.
You will participate in self directed research into established/emerging national and international practictioners to further inform their work and conceptual development.
Overview of Assessment
Folio presentation marked by a panel, with written response.
You will produce a body of three dimensionally based works and select, with advice from staff, works to be submitted for assessment in the form of maquettes ,drawings and other research of relevance. Studio practice is highly regarded during the assessment and will be evident in the work produced. Your journal should display a broad range of ideas in visual and written form. This journal will be a major research and development tool for your art practice. You are required to submit:
- Six (6) resolved works and developmental evidence.
- 1 Visual Diary (MINIMUM)
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