SART3413 Drawing: Studio Practice is an advanced drawing course. It enables you to further develop your studio skills and insights in drawing through a major project. The course provides a critical and constructive opportunity for you to select and focus on areas of personal creative interests and work to refine your ideas, whilst identifying and resolving problems in your practice.
You are required to develop a project proposal, which will focus on clearly defined avenues of interest within Drawing practice, with scope for potentially exploring a cross-disciplinary approach. You will be required to research your chosen area(s) and complete a coherent body of practical work that demonstrates the relationship between your work and contemporary art and/or media practices in the field.
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