Building on MUSI8007 Graduate Music Professional Practice Project 1, through the addition of a specific focus on leadership, this course provides a program tailored to a graduate student's specific area of interest, designed to develop particular academic and leadership skills to underpin practical outcomes such as performances, festivals, exhibitions, etc. It may include developing and managing an extended performance or composition project, a community outreach project, pedagogy, or action research in a professional experience context in an outside organisation. The course enables students to gain professional-level experience through engaging in supervised activities and performances in a range of music and music-industry activities which may involve working with a professional ensemble, group or event; but may also involve working at a National Cultural Institution, working in an arts management placement, or participation in a festival.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
1. understand at a high level and be able to clearly communicate to a non-musical audience the relationship between research/applied research and creative/professional practice;
2. lead responses to project demands, including deadlines, in two or more creative or professional music roles;
3. demonstrate professional-level creative, practical and research skills that can be applied to a range of environments within the broad music industry;and
4. demonstrate high levels of professionalism and leadership as a creative practitioner.
Assessment will be:
• a practice/research journal of the project, 2500 words, that focuses on the leadership elements of the project 30% [LO1-3] and
• one or more creative/professional applied research outcomes that are developed specifically to fit each project, 70%. The agreed criteria weighting will be documented in an individual learning contract. [LO1-4]
INDIVIDUAL LEARNING CONTRACT EXAMPLE 1:
1. Reflective journal (2500 words) 30%
2. Composition of four songs for a music theatre work (40%)
3. Performance in the work of a solo role (30%)
INDIVIDUAL LEARNING CONTRACT EXAMPLE 2:
1. Reflective journal (2500 words) (30%)
2. Developing a marketing plan for a musical festival, including KPIs (40%)
3. Assisting with implementing marketing (20%)
4. Analysis evaluating extent to which KPIs were met (10%)
INDIVIDUAL LEARNING CONTRACT EXAMPLE 3:
1. Reflective journal (2500 words) (30%)
2. Development of a series of lessons plans for a particular learning environment (30%).
3. Participation as participant/observer and qualitative analysis of one case, or group of cases within the target group (40%).
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130 hours, including 13 hours contact with the academic supervisor. The nature of the other 117 hours will vary widely depending on the nature of the project; for example, internships will involve much of this time working with body with which the internship is based, resulting in little flexibility. Other projects may involve significant private rehearsal time.
Requisite and Incompatibility
Reading will be tailored for each student by his or her supervisor.
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- 6 units
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Class summaries, if available, can be accessed by clicking on the View link for the relevant class number.
|Class number||Class start date||Last day to enrol||Census date||Class end date||Mode Of Delivery||Class Summary|
|3390||20 Feb 2017||27 Feb 2017||31 Mar 2017||26 May 2017||In Person||N/A|