Intro to Public Art Practice: Participate in collaborative creative projects CUAPPR304

Overview

Expand your understanding of the space inhabited by art, artists and audiences through this ten week workshop class in which you will complete art projects outside of the gallery context. These include street art, social interventions and correspondence art.

Course content

Undertake two art projects in order to expand your understanding of the nature of the space that art and audience can occupy. You will learn to work collaboratively as well as individually. You will develop physical work that will take into consideration the site of display in its creation, as well as more ephemeral work where roles inhabited by artist and audience change. Issues involving health and safety as well as ethics for artists, audiences and others possibly affected by works will be explored.

Ideal for

School leavers, mature aged participants, current RMIT students.

Important Information

Participants must wear sturdy, enclosed footwear to all of these studio sessions. Please be advised that those who attend with inappropriate footwear, e.g. sandals, will be turned away from the session.

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Outcome

Students will receive a transcript with a grade in the nationally recognised unit of competency.

Pre-requisites

None.

Materials supplied

All relevant course materials are included, but some low cost items may need to be purchased, depending on project developed by participant. 

Materials to bring

Pen/pencil and notebook.

Award

Participants will be awarded an RMIT Statement of Participation and receive a transcript.

Additional notes

N/A

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Available course dates

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