Research Methodology in Art Practice (RMAP5003)


Research Methodology in Art Practice (RMAP) investigates traditional research skills, literature reviews and statistical testing/analysis as well as emergent and interdisciplinary methodologies drawn from intuitive reflective practice in the studio. RMAP explores the pursuit of knowledge and realization of singular perspectives through practice-led visual arts research, emphasizing the interaction between creative practice and the discursive component.

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1x2-hour seminar/week


basic research skills assessment (20%) and research writing and presentation (30%) and research proposal (50%)

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