Following the completion of CMPN5001, CMPN5002 offers students a scaffolded experience that will help them further to develop research skills and ability to embed, articulate and demonstrate research through and in the form of a composition portfolio. Under the guidance of a supervisory team, the student will initially plan and propose the semester's creative work project work for approval. This would normally be composition-based research output related to the student's overarching research topic and may build on work done in CMPN5001. Following the project's development through the semester, the student will present the work undertaken in an appropriate format at the end of semester for jury assessment. Students will attend the weekly multidisciplinary Postgraduate Creative Research seminar which will provide regular opportunities to present creative work research and to explore and hone presentation skills.
12 hours of individual supervision over the semester.
Creative Work presentation (30 ¿ 50 mins) for jury assessment and formative feedback about research, presentation and composition skills; formative feedback for work presented at Postgraduate Creative Research seminar.