CV1030 - Arts in Perspective
|Student Contribution Band:
||School of Creative Arts (pre 2015)
The subject provides students with a sound working knowledge of the history and theory
of arts practice. Students examine key theories that provide explanations for why
the arts are of value to society and how artists in the past have used symbolic means
in visual, musical and/or dramatic forms to communicate with an audience. The subject
also involves an investigation of the way in which artists exercise creative imagination
to make culturally significant or insightful works which contribute to human understanding.
Students are taught to analyze artworks and to develop strong skills in research and
- illustrate significant movements underpinning the history of creative arts practice;
- compare two significant art movements including the social and historical context
of these movements;
- communicate effectively with others during group discussions and presentations;
- explain art movements in a concise, accurate and analytical writing style with correct
- demonstrate the self-transformative nature of arts practice.
Study Period 2
|Census Date 28-Aug-2014
||Assoc. Professor Robyn Glade-Wright
||Mrs Karen Argus, Assoc. Professor Robyn Glade-Wright, Ms Jacquie Scotcher.
- 13 hours lectures
- 13 hours tutorials
||presentations (15%); multidraft Essays (45%); powerpoint template and history presentation (40%).
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and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest