Studio Exhibition Project

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About the subject:

Studio Exhibition Project

This subject follows on from Studio Art & Ideas and encourages students to explore a range of art practices whilst developing their own approaches, helping them to become more self-directed and independent. Attention will be paid to methods and materials and the relationship to students’ ideas whether it is painting, sculpture, digital, drawing, photography or other. Students will take creative risks and experiment with different media with the view clarifying their own direction and becoming further drawn into their own work. The subject recognises that art is practiced through many disciplines and students may work in any form or media.

The subject is held over a full day with tutorial classes in the morning and independent studio time in the afternoon. The afternoon includes a Visiting Artists program in which a range of outside professional artists will give talks on their work and give tutorials to students every second week. Each trimester begins a theme or idea which the student uses to initiate a studio enquiry of their own. Students develop their work over 3 trimesters and engage in individual and group discussions about their work and the work of others, culminating in presentations in the gallery in the final week, week 11 of each trimester. Full-time students, as a key part of their course, will receive their own studio space, gain practical support through extended Drawing and Painting units and study the theory and context of art and professional practice. On completion of a year of study culminates in a major exhibition of the students’ work in the Latrobe College Gallery.

The subject is made up of three-trimester Units of Study:  Studio Exhibition Project (Autumn), Studio Exhibition Project (Winter) and Studio Exhibition Project (Spring). Enrolment can be at any at trimester stage. Single trimester enrolment is available. Completing all three will complete the subject requirement for the Advanced Diploma of Visual Art.

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Key Dates:
2018
ENROLMENT
OPTIONAL CLASS SESSIONS
AUTUMN
TRIMESTER
11wk
(1 sess p/w)
WINTER
TRIMESTER
11wk
(1 sess p/w)
SPRING
TRIMESTER
11wk
(1 sess p/w)
10:00am – 12:45pm

This subject includes Independent
Studio

Studio Exhibition
Project
Autumn
Wednesdays
21 Feb – 9 May 2018
Studio Exhibition
Project
Winter
Wednesdays
6 Jun – 22 Aug 2018
Studio Exhibition
Project
Spring
Wednesdays
19 Sep – 5 Dec 2018

There are 3 trimesters in a year. Each trimester is a Unit of Study. Students completing the year will complete the Studio Exhibition Project subject in the second year of the Advanced Diploma of Visual Art. Students are able to enter the subject at any trimester stage.

The Studio Exhibition Project constitutes a double unit of study incorporating tutorial contact and classes, independent studio working and a visiting artist program. Full-time students will be given a dedicated studio space.

 


 

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