|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment||Presentation 1 (A 10 minute formal presentation in the class of the completed Proposal Form 6 for the public exhibition The TAKEOVER or an independent exhibition in the Project Room)||40%|
|Semester Assessment||Presentation 2 (A 25 minute Powerpoint presentation presenting: 1) a summary of the documentation of Practice Project 6 installed in the TAKEOVER or the Project Room, 2) a summary of Research Project 6 - 2000 words on 2 self - selected creative practitioners working in any discipline and 3) Notebook 6 containing ALL the developmental material towards Practice Project 6 and Research Project 6)||60%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Presentation 1 (A 10 minute oral recording and presentation of the completed Proposal Form for an independent exhibition in the Project Room or off- site)||40%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Presentation 2 (A 25 minute oral recording and Powerpoint presentation presenting: 1) a summary of the documentation of Practice Project 6 installed in the Project Room, 2) a summary of Research Project 6 - 2000 words on 2 self - selected creative practitioners in any discipline and 3) Notebook 6 containing ALL the developmental material towards Practice Project 6 and Research Project 6)||60%|
On successful completion of this module students should be able to:
1. Clarify how to conduct an independent Research Project 6 – 2 self - selected practitioners working in any discipline via library, internet, gallery archives, gallery visits, studio visits etc.
2. Clarify how to present the Research Project 6 utilizing a range of presentation methods e.g. images, media clips, artifacts, and academic sources.
3. Clarify how to conceive, develop and document a Practice Project 6 – a self-directed, process – based, step by step interdisciplinary practice project.
4. Clarify how to present the Practice Project 6 (to the point of install and staging) utilizing a range of presentation methods e.g. images, media clips, drawings, maps, artifacts etc.
5. Clarify how to reflect on, evaluate, constructively critique and so understand Practice Project 6 in relation to Research Project 6, identifying similar attitudes, approaches, processes, techniques, career experiences and motivations.
6. Clarify how to articulate the research process, the creative process, exhibition proposal, installation and documentation of the exhibition via a range of means – Powerpoint presentation and notebook.
7. Clarify how to employ a wide range of professional skills when installing and staging Practice Project 6 in the site and situation specific public group exhibition independent exhibition in the Project Room.
8. Further understand how to event manage all aspects of the public exhibition including handling the budget, hosting, buying, marketing, promotion, social media, publication, distribution and design.
This interdisciplinary art practice and research module, the last and sixth for Creative Arts students and last and fourth for Fine Art students, in a series of 6 modules designed to give students the space, time and support to develop a self – selected and self- directed practice and research project which will draw on their unique skills, expertise and experiences across media and disciplines gained from their chosen module options from within the Creative Arts or Fine Arts course. The module teaches and supports the student to engage with the step by step creative process; experimentation, research and reflection which is essential to creative practice in any discipline. The student is encouraged to focus their projects on a given contemporary idea/theme/topic and to plan, propose and stage their project in either an independent exhibition or a situation and site – specific public group exhibition. This module offers the students the opportunity to event mange all aspects of the public exhibition providing them with excellent professional practice skills and experience.
Week 2 Lecture/seminar: An interdisciplinary practice related topic/theme and Self - directed study/studio.
Week 3 Workshop 1 and individual tutorials and Self - directed study/studio.
Week 4 Workshop 2 and Self - directed study/studio.
Week 5 workshop 3 and individual tutorials and Self - directed study/studio.
Week 6 Reading Week.
Week 7 workshop 4 and individual tutorials and Self - directed study/studio.
Week 8 workshop 5 and Self - directed study/studio.
Week 9 - Assignment 1- Practice Project 6 + Proposal Form 6.
A 15 minute formal Powerpoint presentation to the group; the completed Practice Project 6 and the completed Proposal Form 6 for the public exhibition and Self - directed study/studio.
Week 10 Event management meeting and Self - directed study/studio.
Week 11 Event management meeting and Self - directed study/studio.
|Skills Type||Skills details|
|Application of Number||Where appropriate students will engage with number in relation to developing their projects, their presentations, their research and their exhibition.|
|Communication||This module encourages and includes weekly group communication in workshops, presentations and exhibition and project group evaluation meetings. It encourages and includes individual communication through individual presentations and individual tutorials. It encourages and includes team work in event managing the public group exhibition.|
|Improving own Learning and Performance||This will take place continually throughout the suite of 6 modules, taught through lectures/ seminars, workshops, presentations and exhibition and project group evaluation meetings and individual tutorials.|
|Information Technology||Practically in relation to completing Assessments 1& 2 Powerpoint presentations including video, audio and internet technology.|
|Personal Development and Career planning||Ongoing throughout the module through the development of 6 independent self – directed, process – based, step by step interdisciplinary practice, through the development of 6 independent self directed research project, through installing and staging an exhibition, through documenting the creative process and public exhibition and through presenting 12 times throughout the suite of modules.|
|Problem solving||Creative approaches to problem solving include identifying personal/professional/creative strengths and weaknesses, project management, tailoring self-evaluation to a given specification and staging and installing a site and situation specific public group exhibition.|
|Research skills||In preparation for the presentations for assignments 1 & 2 digital media will be used.|
|Subject Specific Skills||Students will gain specific knowledge of their practice and the context for their practice, how to stage and install a site specific public group exhibition and how to event manage a public group exhibition including hospitality, publicity, budgeting, design and social media.|
|Team work||In workshops, when engaging critically with student presentations, providing informal oral and written feedback, working together to stage and install the public group exhibition. It encourages and includes team work in event managing the public group exhibition.|
This module is at CQFW Level 6