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Creative Arts

293.001 Foundation Drawing 15 credits
In this course students are introduced to working in a creative arts studio to develop skills in a variety of hand drawing and computer aided methods and materials. The drawing techniques taught will enable students to use drawing as a mode to generate, record and develop creative ideas.
293.002 Foundation Sound and Image 15 credits
In this course students will be introduced to working in a creative studio environment, learning techniques and processes which will enable them to create their own video project. Students will be guided to set their own brief, developing initially from their own soundtrack and storyboard plan.
293.003 Foundation Fabricate 15 credits
In this course students will be guided in the process of creating a character profile. Students will engage with ideation and analysis in developing their creative work. Students will work in a creative studio environment and be introduced to model-making, industrial sewing and 3D printing to develop a costume element, prop or character bust model.
293.453 Integrated Design Research and Development 30 credits
Using integrated design strategies, explore and apply methods, processes and practices through a research investigation that incorporates diverse design approaches. Students will undertake advanced research on a project of their choice.
293.454 Integrated Design Research Project 45 credits
Realise and manifest a research-led independent project that communicates integrated design strategies and methods.
293.455 Integrated Design Studio Project 45 credits
Realise and manifest a research-led independent project that communicates integrated design strategies and methods.
293.701 Prototype and Synopsis 30 credits
Students prepare an early prototype and synopsis or equivalent concept that is relevant to their creative endeavour. This culminates in the preparation of a proposal for the Major Project.
293.702 Commercial Viability 15 credits
An exploration of approaches to commercialisation that are intrinsic to professional practice in creative disciplines, in this course, students learn how to create an effective value proposition as part of their creative strategy. Students learn research methodologies, including market and competition analysis, to test market viability via theoretical tools relating to new ideas and innovation.
293.703 Contextualising Creative Enterprise Practice Part 2 15 credits
A further development of strategies and skills specific to creative enterprise, resulting in actionable insights that contribute to taking creative projects as close as possible to market. Students will be expected to demonstrate a plan, and execute appropriate stages, for the commercialisation of their Major Project.
293.730 Critical Frameworks for Creative Practice 15 credits
An exploration of a broad range of cross-disciplinary approaches and critical frameworks that students can apply to critique and analyse their own creative practice. Students will learn to frame their creative practice as part of an ideological/artistic movement and develop reflexive and analytical skills through engagement with texts and case studies.
293.731 Contextualising Creative Enterprise Practice Part 1 15 credits
An exploration of advanced critical and enterprise frameworks, and ways they may be applied to creative practice. Students work towards a proposal of a plan to take their Major Project to market, along with a text through which their Major Project is critically framed.
293.810 MCE Thesis Project 90 credits
In this course students produce a creative work through practical, critical and technical enquiry.
293.811 MCE Thesis Project Part 1 45 credits
In this course students produce a creative work through practical, critical and technical enquiry.
293.812 MCE Thesis Project Part 2 45 credits
In this course students produce a creative work through practical, critical and technical enquiry.

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