Jewellery and Object D (MSTD2532)
UNIT OF STUDY
Students are offered a studio-based experience in the practice of jewellery and object design. Students are encouraged to explore a range of approaches to the discipline. Conceptual and practical investigations challenge orthodox attitudes toward art, craft and design. Set projects, technical workshops and critical discussion assist students to identify, develop, research and resolve concepts as they relate to the design and making of jewellery and objects.
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Further unit of study information
Lecturer and directed contact over 12 weeks, plus self-directed study; total student effort of 240 hrs.
1x assessment task in week 4, 5 or 6 (20%), 1x15min review with your academic advisor in week 7 and 1x15 min oral examination of presentation of studio projects (80%) in week 15
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
THAP2642 and (one of CATE2002 or CATE2004 or CATE2006 or CATE2008 or CATE2012)
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