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Dr. Rosemary Woodcock
|Area||School of Communication & Creative Arts|
|Phone||+61 3 925 17765|
|Role and profile||
Rose teaches animation and digital culture in the School of Communication and Creative Arts. The focus of her teaching is Flash and stop-motion animation, motion capture and motion graphics.
Rose is currently Unit Chair for ACM133: Animation Basics, and ACM225: Effects, Graphics and Compositing, AMC202: Animation Motion, and ACN108: History of Interactive Entertainment.
Rose is actively involved in developing motion capture curricula for the MotionLab located at the Burwood campus, and is an adjunct member on the MotionLab Academic Advisory Committee.
Animation and Digital Culture
Bachelor of Contemporary Arts - Media Arts
In 2011 Rose completed her doctoral research into experimental stereography, looking at the possibilities inherent in technologies of visualisation such as stereoscopic 3D and so-called ‘virtual reality’ systems. This research used ideas
from phenomenology, philosophies of the visual image, and vision science to explore the thresholds of visual perception and the experience of real and virtual spaces.
Post-doctoral research plans include a short film/animation production ('Mutlak'), developing curricula for stereoscopic imaging systems, and research into the role and value of observational drawing in animation pedagogy.
|Service to the University,
discipline or community
|Rose initiated an Animation tudy tour to Japan which ran its first tour in November 2010. The Japan study tour program continues to develop - with the addition of a games & animation focus from 2012.|
|Awards||Excellence in Teaching Award 2009|
Doctor of Philosophy (Melbourne University 2011), Graduate Certificate of Higher
Education (Deakin University 2009), Master of Arts (Deakin University 2001),
Diploma of Education (Flinders University 1988), Bachelor of Fine Arts (SA School
of Art 1985).
Double-Dialogues SPACE 2006
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