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Students will continue the development of technical competence in, and broad operational of, theoretical knowledge within the specialised studio discipline. Projects relating to the conventions and techniques of Graphic Design practice, participation in group meetings, critiques, reading groups and critical reflections, documentation of all work.
The DESI212 course will be divided into two distinct studio projects that span term one and two respectively. Each project will build upon the general knowledge students acquired in the prerequisite FINA103 course, and lead to a more specialised practical, critical and theoretical understanding of their chosen discipline within the fine arts paradigm. Project outputs and accompanying documentation of all work undertaken within the studio will be expected to evidence an applied understanding of this specialised knowledge.
Students who pass DESI 212 will have a more advanced understanding of the methodologies and technologies that define the medium of graphic design, including:1. A solid understanding of the methodologies and technologies that define the medium of graphic design,2. An operational awareness of different mediums and conventions of mechanical reproduction in relation to graphic design,3. A broad understanding of the importance of research in developing a critically engaged and self-sustaining artistic practice,4. Understand how to conduct and interpret secondary research for the purposes of completing project-based work and critical reflection assignments,5. How to develop practice-based projects within the context of both prescribed and self-defined briefs,6. A basic understanding of precedents—both historical and contemporary—for graphic designers engaging in practitioner-initiated, speculative and critical practices.
DESI211, orsubject to approval of the Head of the School of Fine Arts. Entry to this course is limited.
Domestic fee $2,602.00
International fee $12,000.00
* All fees are inclusive of NZ GST or any equivalent overseas tax, and do not include any programme level discount or additional course-related expenses.
Maximum enrolment is 12
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Humanities and Creative Arts