Course Title: Fine Art Studio 3
Part A: Course Overview
Course Title: Fine Art Studio 3
Credit Points: 24.00
|Sem 1 2017,
Sem 1 2018,
Sem 2 2018,
Sem 1 2019,
Sem 2 2019,
Sem 1 2020,
Sem 2 2020
Course Coordinator: Dr Michael Graeve
Course Coordinator Phone: 03 9925 2747
Course Coordinator Email: email@example.com
Course Coordinator Location: 039.03.007
Course Coordinator Availability: per email
Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities
To qualify for entry into this course you need to have successfully completed VART3623 Fine Art Studio 2
In this course you will develop a substantial project which emerges out of your studio based investigations.
This major project comprises a series of focussed investigations that link to your emergent research foci as articulated through The Language of Creative Research course.
You will begin to foreground and consider the artwork’s encounter with a public or audience. The parameters of this encounter can include site, venue, scale, material, temporal contingencies, resolution/completion and varieties of maker/audience relationships. These in turn become the ground for experiments that extend the potential of your art practice.
Objectives/Learning Outcomes/Capability Development
In this course you will develop the following program learning outcomes:
- Carry out self-directed studio based learning and independent research to develop your individual art practice and locate your artwork within appropriate contemporary, conceptual and theoretical contexts
- Test, experiment and explore formal and conceptual issues through individual studio practice
- Research, analyse and synthesise information and select appropriate methods and resources within your art practice
- Present a body of artwork that demonstrates a level of technical and conceptual excellence in contemporary art practice.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Plan and execute a substantial studio based research project through a series of focussed investigations evident in developing and resolved artworks
- Use critical reflection to position your work relative to artistic precedence, theoretical developments and shifting cultural conditions
- Evaluate and respond creatively to the variety of conditions that inform audience engagement
Overview of Learning Activities
This is studio-based learning in which you develop your art making, meeting regularly with your academic supervisor for intensive consultations that examine, question and begin to identify the forward trajectory of your work.
In addition, you will engage in peer-to-peer dialogue and develop the ability to critically and reflectively evaluate creative outcomes. This occurs through the scheduled teacher-led group critique sessions and individual academic supervision.
Overview of Learning Resources
You will have access to a range of facilities across the school to support your area of practice such as workshops, studios, computer labs and study spaces.
RMIT will provide you with resources and tools for learning in this course through our online systems.
The University Library has extensive resources for School of Art students. The Library has produced a subject guide that includes quality online and print resources for your studies Library Subject Guides
An extensive searchable reading list is made available to all enrolled students via Canvas.
Additional support for academic writing can be accessed through the RMIT’s Study & Learning Centre
Overview of Assessment
You will be assessed on how well you meet the course’s learning outcomes and on your development against the program capabilities. Assessment may include:
- Reflective feedback report, 500-1000 words, plus documentation 10% (LO1, LO2, LO3)
- Combined Methodology Report, 3000 words, 40% (LO2, LO3)
- Folio of artworks (documentation) 50% (LO1, LO3)
Feedback will be given on all assessment tasks.
If you have a long-term medical condition and/or disability it may be possible to negotiate to vary aspects of the learning or assessment methods. You can contact the program coordinator or Equitable Learning Services if you would like to find out more.
A Student Charter summarises your responsibilities as an RMIT student as well as those of your teachers.
Your course assessment conforms to RMIT assessment principles, regulations, policies, procedures and instructions.
Late submission or presentation of assessable work without an approved extension or special consideration will be penalised as follows:
- Completed work submitted 1 to 7 days late will incur a penalty of 5% per day
- Work submitted after day 7 will not be assessed
- Weekends and holiday periods are included in the calculation of the late penalty
How the penalty is calculated:
Example - Work is submitted 6 days late, incurring a penalty of 30% (6 x 5% = 30%). The submission receives a result of 60 out of 100. 60 - 30% = 42. The numerical result for that assessment submission is modified from 60 to 42. The result of 42 is used to calculate the final grade for the course.