This module assists students to explore various methods of stimulating creativity in the classroom environment. They are familiarised with basic art making skills and processes that can be used in the Foundation Phase. The module allows students to explore their own creative thinking through various art mediums and processes, while being guided through theoretical lectures and practical demonstrations. A practical portfolio is compiled by every student, containing examples of art works and theoretical research. The portfolio serves as a manual for future reference in the classroom.
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