|Module Title||ART PRACTICE 2: PAINTING AND COLOUR-BASED REPRESENTATION|
|Co-ordinator||Mr Simon Pierse|
|Other staff||Paul Croft, Mr Robert Meyrick, Mr Christopher Webster|
|Course delivery||Lecture||24 Hours Total of 72 hrs Lectures, Seminars/Tutorials and Practicals.|
|Seminars / Tutorials||24 Hours Total of 72 hrs Lectures, Seminars/Tutorials and Practicals.|
|Practical||24 Hours Total of 72 hrs Lectures, Seminars/Tutorials and Practicals.|
|Assessment||Continuous assessment||Continuous assessment of projects (including those from Art Practice I)||100%|
Art Practice I and II is divided into Drawing, Painting, Graphics, Photography. Together they form the first year course in Art Practice. Through set projects the student examines the vocabulary and grammar involved in the production of painting. Various techniques and processes are examined including methods and materials, illustration, printmaking and photography.
Art Practice II builds on the experience gained in Art Practice I and prepares students for entry to the Art degree schemes in Part II.