Project Brief Repost

                                 UAL Awarding Body

Level 3 Diploma and Extended Diploma in Art & Design

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Assignment Title

FMP – Development

Unit No & Title

Unit 13 – Project proposal and realisation in Art & Design

Level & Credit Value

Level 3, 180GLH

Assignment Leader

Mike Howard

Assignment Verifier

Sorrel Stratford

Start Date

12/04/16

Interim Assessment/Peer Review

02/05/16 (Work to this date)

Assessment Date

15/06/16

Learning Outcomes: At the end of the project brief the learner will

2. Be able to use research, analysis and evaluation to develop solutions for an art & design project.

3. Be able to solve practical, theoretical and technical problems in an art & design project.

4. Be able to plan, organise and produce an art & design project.

6. Be able to use evaluative and reflective skills in an art & design project.

Content

The aim of Development brief is to enable you to use the research materials you have gathered, to produce an extensive range of visual samples and test pieces that show an understanding of your specialist area. These should be used to help you create a range of ideas and inform your overall  final piece.

You will spend the next few weeks working within your specialist workshop, during this process you will be involved in discussion groups and drawing workshops to help you produce and develop design ideas.

You are encouraged to working closely with specialist tutors and technicians who can offer technical support and advice to help you develop your practical outcomes. This may involve refining techniques you already know but it should also involve learning and developing new ones.

Each week you will have a tutorial slot with Mike or Amy to discuss the progress you have made and set targets to work towards.  Throughout the project you will need to evidence all the work you do on WordPress with the category FMP. You will need to show you understand how to work safely, recording health & safety related to the workshops you have taken part in. For the interim assessment you will be required to plan, structure and deliver a development presentation to a small group, using Powerpoint or Prezi on Monday 2nd May.

Suggested Research (include visits /reading lists / websites etc)

Inspiration

Assessment Guidance: 

Within this project you will produce an exciting, creative piece of artwork based on a subject of your choice. As a group we will explore techniques to develop ideas and samples and you will get the opportunity to develop individual ideas which will be presented within your final presentation.

Assessment Criteria

Evidence

Unit

2.1 Use research to support the development of a personal self-directed art and design project.

WordPress/Sketchbook

  • You will need to use the research you have gathered in workshops to inform samples & test piece. This may include primary and secondary source images, factual information and case studies.
  • You will need to demonstarte how your artist research has informed your ideas and influenced the samples and test pieces you create.
  • You will need to record 10-15 drawings from observation and/or secondary source images.

2.2 Use analytical and evaluative skills to develop creative solutions to realise a personal self-directed art and design project.

WordPress/Sketchbook

  • Use research to inform initial ideas, evidenced through rough sketches, collage etc.
  • You are required to plan and deliver a Presentation, that discusses the techniques and ideas you have explored, and your intentions for your final outcome.
  • Produce a reflect and progress post, that analyses the research and media experimentation you have gathered. Explaining what you have learnt and how it will inform your final idea.

3.1 Solve practical and technical problems within a personal self-directed art & design project.

WordPress/Sketchbook

  • You will need to experiment, producing outcomes using a range of different practical techniques within your specialist area, you will need to evidence a minimum of 3 different workshops.
  • You will need to work within specialist workshops developing a minimum of 10 test pieces, these should be photographed and analysed on your blog. The orginal piece should be kept in your sketchbook.
  • You should evaluate the test pieces and samples you create, then revisit workshops to refine and improve the quality of outcome you have produced.

3.2 Solve theoretical problems within a personal self-directed art & design project.

WordPress/Sketchbook

  • You will need to use your research into your chosen subject and your understanding of practical processes to develop design ideas, your ideas should visually communicate a message to the intended audience. This should include mood boards, rough composition sketches and sample sheets.
  • Gather feedback on the ideas you have generated and use it to refine and develop your work further. Any evidence of meetings or discussions should be blogged.

4.1 Demonstrate the ability to plan, organise and produce a personal self-directed art and design project within an agreed time-frame.

WordPress/Sketchbook

  • You will be required to produce weekly, detailed plans that reflect on the previous weeks learning, setting targets that challenge and push your project forward.

6.1 Maintain evaluative and reflective records of the development of a personal self-directed art & design project.

WordPress/Sketchbook

  • Produce a reflect and progress post, that analyses the research and media experimentation you have gathered. Explaining what you have learnt and how it will inform your final idea.
  • You will be required to record all the work you produce within your blog, all practical work from workshops will need to be annotated, analysing the work you have produced.
  • All orginal practical samples and test pieces should be kept in your sketchbook to document the range of work created..
  • All tutorials, feedback and personal targets should be posted onto your blog.
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