- Code ARTV3101
- Unit Value 12 units
- Offered by School of Art
- ANU College ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences
- Course subject Visual Arts
- Academic career UGRD
- Mode of delivery In Person
In Animation and Video 5 students extend their creative research practice through the development of individual themes and work methods in personal projects that specializing in either animation, or video, or a hybrid of both. Students develop independent creative projects. Participation in workshops, demonstrations and discussions dealing with specific techniques and conceptual considerations, including scripting, production scheduling and storytelling, deepens the student’s abilities, allowing them to demonstrate advanced skills in their projects. At this more advanced level analysis and criticism of video and animation will be developed at this advanced level through special screenings, talks and critical readings. Students complete studio theory to develop professional practice relevant to the area of animation and video.
Occupational health and safety instruction is an integral part of this course.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. demonstrate thorough knowledge of the processes, terminology, forms and technologies of animation and video.
2. apply skills and knowledge to the making of creative works
3. develop and evaluate concepts and processes by thinking creatively, critically and reflectively
4. work independently and/or collaboratively in a studio environment in response to project demands.
5. reflect on social, ethical, cultural, technological and environmental issues of creative practice considering local and international perspectives.
1) Portfolio of studio work (80%) [Learning Outcomes 1 – 5]
2) On-line or hard-copy journal or visual diary and/or Documentation or Professional practice exercise related to on-going career, as specified in Workshop notes. [20%] [Equivalent to approx. 2000 words] [Learning Outcomes 2 – 5]
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12 hours per week lectures, tutorials, critiques and supervised studio practice and 8 hours per week independent studio practice.
Requisite and Incompatibility
- A touch of code: interactive installations and experiences, edited by Robert Klanten, Sven Ehmann, Verena Hanschke, Berlin : Die Gestalten Verlag 2011
- Video cultures: media technology and everyday creativity, edited by David Buckingham and Rebekah Willett, New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
- Producing for Web 2.0: A Student Guide, 2nd ed, Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2009
- Maya 7 Savvy, John Kundert-Gibbs (2006), Sybex.
- Maya Secrets of the Pros, John Kundert-Gibbs (2006), Sybex
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