Painting Fine Art Studio Processes
Strive towards a studio research presentation. Think about how time and place affect your painting. Learn to view your output through international and cultural frames. Experiment with techniques as you search for new exciting ways to work.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- innovatively apply knowledge of skills, techniques and methods to the process of painting studio practice within a specified conceptual framework
- critically evaluate studio practice and production techniques in order to generate experimental processes
- originate and critically analyse responses to set projects
- propose, test and evaluate new ideas or ways of working.
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
- EquipmentDetails - Audio/Visual equipment
- OtherDetails -
- Other special requirement — Supply your own art materials and have access to a digital camera and/or scanner for documenting your artwork for assessment.
This subject was previously known as Painting: Concept and Process.
This subject is designed to develop your capacity for research-based enquiry into skills, techniques, methods and processes of fine art that takes into account international and cultural contexts. You will undertake a practical engagement of studio based research through staff and, or self-directed projects within a specified conceptual framework. You will work towards a studio research presentation and a developed body of artwork based in painting.
You must supply your own art materials and have access to a digital camera and/or scanner for documenting your artwork for assessment.
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- Final Folio Assessment (60%)
- Studio Research Presentation (40%)