|| AR10120 |
|| ART PRACTICE 1: GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION |
|| 2003/2004 |
|| Mr Simon J Pierse |
|| Semester 1 |
|| Mr Christopher P Webster, Mr Paul J Croft, Mr Robert K Meyrick |
|| Entry via a portfolio of artwork and admission to the Department's degree schemes. |
|| AH10120, AH10220, AR10220 |
| Course delivery
|| Lecture || 24 Hours Total of 72 hours Lectures, Seminars/Tutorials and Practicals. |
|| Seminars / Tutorials || 24 Hours |
|| Practical || 24 Hours Total of 72 hours Lectures, Seminars/Tutorials and Practicals. |
|Assessment Type||Assessment Length/Details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment|| Continuous Assessment: Continuous assessment of projects. ||100%|
Learning outcomesOn successful completion of this module students should be able to:
By the end of the course the student will possess:
the acquisition of technical competence and a reasonable fluency in a broad range of medium and techniques associated with *Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Painting.
an understanding of abstract nature of the disciplines and mediums.
ability to find imaginative solutions within the confines of a specific brief.
ability to sustain a project over an extended period of time.
ability to complete work to a high standard within a given time period.
ability to work independently of others both in the studio and away from it
a body of fundamental skills in preparation for specialised study in the disciplines at Level 2 and 3? a capacity to analyse and assess his/her own work both in progress and on completion
comprehension of the relationship between current studio practice and its historical background, and of the continuing validity of that heritage.
an informed basis on which he/she can advance and develop personal expression.
confidence to interact in discussions about art both with the tutor and fellow students.
heightened powers of evaluation and discrimination in terms of both the student''r work and that of their peers
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 drawn and photographic images. Various techniques and processes are examined including methods and materials, printmaking, illustration and photography.
The module aims to:
provide an experience in all the art disciplines encountered at Level 2, in particular Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Painting.
introduce the fundamental principles of objective drawing through the analysis of form in line, tone, and mark-making
facilitate an understanding of drawing and painting as visual languages possessing grammar, syntactical components, internal rules, and logic.
create an ability to select and employ each of these grammars both singly and in conjunction with each other as a means of articulating and expressing form.
encourage competence and confidence in Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Painting.
develop the understanding of these mediums as a means of recording, and the facility to make an accurate and objective visual record in a variety of different environments and situations.
cultivate an understanding of the concepts of line, tone, surface, and achromatic colour, and the ability to differentiate them in the practice of drawing and painting.
nurture the acquisition of a knowledge of the various processes involved in lino-cut, etching, photographing and developing.
instil a comprehension of the cultural heritage of Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Painting, and their continuing importance to contemporary art practice.
enable students to make an intelligent and personal response within the confines of a prescriptive brief.
manage time and meet prescribed deadlines.
develop the ability to receive criticism and engage in self-criticism constructively and dispassionately
enable students to verbally articulate their response to their own work and that of others
This module is at CQFW Level 4