|| AR30720 |
|| PORTFOLIO 3: PRINT-DIRECTED PRACTICE |
|| 2001/2002 |
|| Mr Paul Croft |
|| Semester 1 |
|| Mr Robert Meyrick |
| Course delivery
|| Seminar || 2 Hours |
|| Tutorial || 6 Hours |
|| Practical || 132 Hours |
|| Portfolio || || 100% |
This module focuses on the ideational aspects of art making - the processes, systems, frameworks, and precedents governing practical activity. This module concentrates on developing an experimental approach to production through printmaking.
The aims of the module are to build upon the experience already gained by the students who have completed Printmaking 1 & 2, and or Printmaking 3 &4.
The module aims to encourage students to develop a sustained period of self-directed study based upon a central theme, concept or subject matter that will result in work that has a strong personal identity.
Students are encouraged to become more experimental and to develop ideas and work that will act as the basis for the final Degree Exhibition.
The aims of the module are thus:
To further student’s technical competence and understanding of various print media, building on the skills learned in one or more areas covered at Level 2.
To promote a sustained level of self-directed study and to foster an experimental approach to printmaking.
To address the issue of ‘personal statement’ and encourage the development of subject matter that will serve to sustain the student’s interest over the course of two semesters forming the basis of the final Degree Exhibition.
To promote the integration of concepts and techniques used to express ideas in printmaking media.
Develop the student’s ability to discuss and evaluate their own work and that of their peers.
Work towards a series of interrelated prints