- Total units 48 Units
- Major code PMDR-MAJ
- Academic career Undergraduate
This major is only available to students undertaking the Bachelor of Visual Arts degree program.
The Printmedia and Drawing major equips students with a range of practical, critical and research skills which will enable them to fully realise the conceptual and visual possibilities of drawing, printmaking and related media in their professional practice. The An environment is provided where students can, through discussion and critical evaluation, develop self-reliance, confidence and the ability to communicate effectively. Students benefit from a Visiting Artists program which incorporates the expertise of artists, printers, and designers into teaching and learning. Students also benefit from field trips, both interstate and into the landscape.
Students who complete this major will have the skills and knowledge to:
- demonstrate skills and knowledge of the practices, languages, forms, materials, technologies and techniques in printmedia and drawing.
- apply relevant skills and knowledge to realise artefacts and forms of creative expression.
- develop and evaluate concepts and process by thinking creatively, critically and reflectively.
- work independently and collaboratively in a workshop environment in response to project demands.
- apply occupational health and safety regulations and principles within a workshop environment.
This major requires the completion of 48 units, which must include:
48 units from completion of the following course(s):
|ARTV1701||Printmedia and Drawing 1: Introduction to Drawing||6|
|ARTV1702||Printmedia and Drawing 2: Relief Printing||6|
|ARTV2705||Printmedia and Drawing: Introduction to Etching||6|
|ARTV2706||Printmedia and Drawing: Experimental Drawing||6|
|ARTV2707||Printmedia and Drawing: Advanced Etching/Relief||6|
|ARTV2708||Printmedia and Drawing: Project Drawing||6|
|ARTV3701||Printmedia and Drawing: Independent Work Project Theory and Practice||6|
|ARTV3702||Printmedia and Drawing: Independent Work Project Theory and Practice 2||6|