|Module Title||PROCESS OF SCENOGRAPHY|
|Co-ordinator||Mr Simon J Banham|
|Other staff||Mr Richard D Downing, Miss Rebecca A Mitchell, Mr Nick Strong|
|Pre-Requisite||Successful completion of Part 1|
|Course delivery||Seminars / Tutorials||Seminars: 2 x 2hours|
|Practical||10 x 2hr seminar/workshops|
1. Demonstrate understanding of conceptual, investigative and communicative methodologies particular to the process of scenographic composition.
2. Demonstrate an holistic understanding of the inter-relationship between media-specific elements employed in the process of scenographic composition.
3. Employ a range of computer applications at a basic level as further communicative and exploratory instruments within the process of scenographic composition.
4. Employ physical notebooks as sites for conducting and documenting the process of scenographic composition.
5. Demonstrate an awareness of the strategies employed, procedures followed and role fulfilled by the Scenographer in formulating, presenting and realising production proposals.
1. Perception through 2 dimensions : the graphic sequencing of ideas through images.
2. Perception through 3 dimensions: understanding object relationships in real space.
3. Introduction to CAS software/ Perception in the virtual dimension; the manipulation
and distribution of computer generated forms
Reprsentation: physical and digital:
4. Representing location 1: place and context
5. Representing location 2 : object and structure
6. Representing location 3 : mapping and abstracting
7. Representing the figure 1: daily and extra daily
8. Representing the figure 2: daily and extra daily
9. Representing light: illumination and projection
10. Representing sound: acoustic and electronic
1. Project orientation 1
2. Project orientation 2
Tutorials: relating to production process observation:
1. Introduction to the production process. (Aims)
2. Interim analysis of production process. (Strategies)
3. Reflection and analysis. (Outcomes).
|Problem_solving||* Identify conceptual problems * Identify factors which might influence potential solutions * Develop creative thinking approaches to problem solving * Evaluate advantages and disadvantages of potential solutions * Construct a rational proposal in response to a problem|
|Research skills||* Understand a range of research methods * Plan and carry out research|
|Communication||* Read in different contexts and for different purposes * Speak in different contexts and for different purposes (inc presentation and discussion) * Listen effectively|
|Improving own Learning and Performance||* Devise and apply realistic learning and self management strategies|
|Team work||* Knowledge sharing through discussion. * Understand the concept of group dynamics * Play an active part in group activities. * Contribute to the setting of group goals * Contribute effectively to the planning of group activities * Exercise negotiation and persuasion skills|
|Information Technology||* Use a range of commonly used software packages * Use specialist C.A.D. programs * Present information and data * Use email /internet appropriately and effectively|
|Application of Number||* Tackle problems involving number within IT data handling * Use scale and scale conversion|
|Personal Development and Career planning||* Whilst not an especial focus or assessed element of teaching and learning, the module extends a range of analytical, conceptual, practical and creative skills, and students are made aware of the transferable applications of these across academic and career borders.|
|Subject Specific Skills||The development and articulation of scenographic ideas through two and three dimensional representation are subject specific skills which are both exercised and assessed.|
This module is at CQFW Level 5