ACA210 - Creative Studio 2A

Year:

2022 unit information

Enrolment modes:

Trimester 1: Burwood (Melbourne)*, Waterfront (Geelong)

Credit point(s): 2
EFTSL value: 0.250
Cohort rule:

Students must be enrolled in course A352, A356, A357 or A359

For students enrolled prior to 2021 course code D303, A300 or A301

Prerequisite:

Students must complete the following units for their course; 

A352 cohort: ACA100, ACA101, ACI101, ACI102

A356 cohort: ACA100, ACA101, ACC103, ACD104

A357 cohort: ACA100, ACA101, ACP109, ACP103

A359 cohort: ACA100, ACA101, ACV115, ACV101

A300, D303 cohort (major/minor sequence in Photography or Visual Arts); Must complete two units from ACI101 & ACI102 or ACV115 & ACV101

Corequisite:

Nil

Incompatible with:

Nil

Study commitment

Students will on average spend 300-hours over the trimester undertaking the teaching, learning and assessment activities for this unit.

Scheduled learning activities - campus

2 x 2-hour practical per week and 1 x 1-hour Class Per week

Note:

*Students in courses A356 & A357 must complete this unit at the Burwood campus

Content

This is a studio-based unit for Dance, Drama, Photography and Visual Art Students. It focuses on developing compositional, contextual and critical thinking that is vital for the realisation of creative practice (individual or collaborative).

Through in-progress showings and critiques of work the unit informs, supports and challenge the development of students' creative practice. For Drama, students will explore playful approaches to creating devised performance. These approaches combine physical and vocal techniques, text and image development, ensemble processes and dynamics and lead to the development of original work for feedback. For Dance, students will explore choreographic strategies, methods and perspectives as defined and practiced by significant choreographers in contemporary dance. Photography students are introduced to experimental processes and hybrid practices including medium format cameras, hand-held exposure meters, darkroom processing, scanning and printing.

Emphasis is placed on technical refinement, conceptual and editing skills. In Visual Arts students explore the potentiality and unique properties of a range of two, three and four dimensional media while focusing on individual and collaborative projects that examine the key stages of art making from concept, selection of appropriate media, making/fabrication and exhibiting.

Unit Fee Information

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