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Graphic Design 3
DESI311 will be a year long course with specific emphasis on the development of practice based research within the studio context, and will afford the student the opportunity to develop a large-scale body of studio work. In the first semester, students will be assigned the broad framework for a project and a set of loosely prescribed outcomes in which to define a course an individual study. In the second semester, students will negotiate a wholly individual course of study with their studio lecturer in the form of a Directed Research Proposal (DRP.)
Students who pass DESI 311 will:1. Have basic understanding of the nuances of practice based/led research, and of how and why practice in a specific discipline can generate and disseminate knowledge back into the discipline;2. Understand how to engage in primary historical research specifically for the purposes of project-based and/or practice-led outcomes;3. Know how to frame, propose, manage and develop a medium-scale practice-based/led research project;4. How to research, frame and articulate a considered critical context in relation to ones developing practice and/or specific projects;5. Have a broad understanding of precedents—both historical and contemporary—for graphic designers engaging in practitioner-initiated, speculative and critical practices.
Students must attend one activity from each section.
and Aaron Beehre
Domestic fee $5,102.00
International fee $22,650.00
* Fees include New Zealand GST and do not include any programme level discount or additional course related expenses.
Maximum enrolment is 12
For further information see
Humanities and Creative Arts.