A solo exhibition of creative work investigating a relevant research theme/idea that has been meaningfully and appropriately delimited within contemporary discourses, accompanied by a dissertation of limited scope serving as a framing document and a catalogue for the exhibition. The creative work and the dissertation must be conceptually linked and integrated.
A four-year degree in Fine Arts or equivalent qualification (with approval by Senate) with an average of at least 65%
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
School of the Arts
Period of presentation
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