|| AR31510 |
|| PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 3: WORKING TO A BRIEF |
|| 2001/2002 |
|| Mr Robert Meyrick |
|| Semester 2 |
|| Mr Paul Croft |
| Course delivery
|| Tutorial || 3 Hours |
|| Practical || 66 Hours |
|| Course work || || 100% |
A major project which arises out of the main core module and consists of a public exhibit designed, made and appraised by the student under tutoral supervision in relation to professional requirements.
The aim of the module is to:
provide experience in the production of an artwork under the conditions of professional practice
present concepts such as: working to deadlines. working methodology, finding a client, client-artist relations and jointly establishing parameters of operation, and devising and installing/presenting site/context specific artworks
engender professional standards in the conduct of the artists and the presentation of the artwork
provide an opportunity for the students to apply ideas and technical skills in a manner that may be a tangent to their practice in other modules.
At the end of the module the student will have:
produced an artwork (either an individual or composite piece) that has been wrought to particular specifications of patron, purpose and place
a body of preliminary materials such as correspondence with clients, statements of purpose, budget sheets, and a statement of evaluation, documentary evidence of work in progress
a completed artwork, appropriately displayed (according to the demands and conventions of the medium and accepted forms of presentation) that is installed/available at a site viewed by staff and examiners.