This course introduces areas that are fundamental to the Creative and Performing Arts, including Theatre, Performance, Drama, Visual Arts and Sound across a variety of contemporary cultural contexts. The course synthesises key ideas already developed in CAPA1001 and CAPA2001.
It explores the creative role and value of new and existing technologies, aesthetic judgment of creative works that use technological mediation and associated methodological approaches. Using various technological resources such as hand held devices or dedicated software applications, students will engage collaboratively in practical workshops and processes of group reflection, analysis, and aesthetic judgment towards the production of events, performances, artworks and websites.
Availability2020 Course Timetables
Newcastle City Precinct
- Semester 1 - 2020
- Semester 1 - 2020
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
1. A familiarity with the role of existing and emerging technologies in the production of events, performances and artworks
2. An analysis of critical approaches to the contemporary creative and performing arts.
3. An ability to apply collaborative process, critical analysis, and aesthetic judgment in the creative and performing arts.
4. Advanced writing, presentation, and creative production skills.
In this course students will investigate:
- The role of existing and emerging technologies within the construction of meaning in contemporary creative production.
- A diverse range of critical approaches to the contemporary creative and performing arts.
- Critical relationships between processes of practical creative production and group critique in the making and judgment of events, performances, and artworks.
CAPA1001 and CAPA2001.
Practical Demonstration: Pratical Demonstration - 30%
Journal: Journal - 30%
Project: Group project - 40%
Ourimbah and Newcastle City Precinct
Face to Face On Campus 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term