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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 Sculpture practice, participation in group meetings, critiques, reading groups and critical reflections, documentation of all work.
A solid understanding of the methodologies and technologies that define the medium of sculptureA broad understanding of the importance of research in developing a critically engaged and self-sustaining artistic practiceHow to conduct and interpret primary and secondary research for the purposes of completing project-based work and critical reflection assignmentsHow to develop practice-based projects within the context of both prescribed and self-defined briefsA basic understanding of precedents - both historical and contemporary - for contemporary art practiceAn understanding of selected materials, processes and techniques and how these inform the making of sculptureAn understanding of how context can inform the making and presentation of sculpture
SCUL211, orby permission of the Head of the School of Fine Arts on the basis of at least 180 points from another degree, a collection of works and an interview (application information may be obtained from the Head of School). Entry to this course is limited.
Domestic fee $2,551.00
International fee $11,325.00
* 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