On completion of this unit the student should be able to prepare an exploration proposal that formulates the content and parameters of an individual studio process including a plan of how the proposal will be undertaken.
To achieve this outcome the student will draw on key knowledge and key skills outlined in Area of Study 1.
- the characteristics of an exploration proposal
- the structure of a studio process including a workplan
- conceptual possibilities and ideas to be explored in the studio process
- the focus and subject matter to be explored in the studio process
- art form/s to be explored in the studio process
- sources of inspiration to be investigated, analysed and interpreted in the studio process
- the aesthetic qualities, including reference to art elements and art principles, to be explored in the studio process
- the characteristics of selected materials that will communicate ideas and be explored in the studio process
- the techniques to be used in the studio process that will communicate ideas
- appropriate terminology for discussing the design process.
- prepare an exploration proposal
- discuss conceptual possibilities and explain the ideas to be explored
- describe and explain the focus and subject matter to be communicated and developed
- describe the art form/s to be explored
- discuss the sources of inspiration to be investigated and analysed in relation to student’s individual ideas
- communicate how the aesthetic qualities may be explored in relation to the ideas
- discuss the intended use of art elements and art principles to be explored
- explain the materials to be explored
- explain the techniques to be explored and propose how these may support the communication of ideas
- explain the selection of materials and techniques
- plan the studio process
- apply appropriate terminology in the discussion of the design process.