OverviewThe module will offer students the chance to work on an independent creative project of their own devising, which will be a culmination of practical elements of their degree programme. Performance, workshop, design, stagecraft, producing or other creative skills encountered in earlier modules will be developed, extended and explored in autonomous work, which will be supported by regular group supervision sessions. Projects will also involve research which will contextualise the practical elements.
Supervision will take place in timetabled teaching slots, in which students involved in several projects will be supervised together. Practical outcomes might take the form of performances, workshops or public interventions.
This module appears in:
Total contact hours: 44
Private study hours: 272
Total study hours: 300
Method of assessment
Practical Work (70%)
Documentation (3500 words) (30%)
Given the independent, student-defined nature of the projects for this module, it is impossible to give an indicative reading list. A bespoke reading list will be developed for each student through the process of project development and supervision.
On successfully completing the module students will be able to:
- Demonstrate development and deepening of an appropriate range of practical and creative skills
- Carry out research in order to properly contextualise creative projects
- Document and reflect on practical and creative work