This course allows you to concentrate on your major creative direction as an artist. You will be required to research your chosen area of interest and initiate a body of studio work informed by the relationship between your own practice-based research, contemporary art practice and inter-disciplinary methodologies. The course assists you to extend and develop the focus of your inquiry towards a coherent body of work, building upon the theories and concepts that have emerged in your course of study. You will be encouraged to evaluate and articulate the relationship between your proposed intentions and the outcomes achieved in your studio practice.
Painting: Studio in Context is an advanced Year 3 studio course within the BFA(Hons) or BMA(Hons) program. It is one of a suite of interrelated core Painting courses that comprise a four-course specialisation in the BFA(Hons) or BMA(Hons) program. This specialist course covers professional studio knowledge, skills and attitudes for painting. This course builds upon concepts and methodologies introduced in Year 2 Painting courses, and relates to companion Year 3 Painting courses by providing a context for more advanced and self-directed studies.
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