2.2 CAP Module in Anatomy of a Concept | Elfriede Dreyer

MODULE DESCRIPTION

In this module we analyse the anatomy of a concept in art. Concept is needed to develop artist's identity and focus, as well as obtain depth in content. We consider processes and methodologies in concept development. We look at methodologies of finding a concept. 

 

Cost: Individual Modules each R400-00 (done individually, there are no assignments and no crit involved).

 

The Art Practice Advanced Short Course includes ​FIVE modules and TWO assignments. Assignments are not compulsory, but if you want to receive the Certificate of Completion for this Short Course you have to complete it. 

 

Recognition: Certificate of Completion on completion of all 5 modules in this Short Course plus the assignments.

 

Course Category: Level 01

 

Target Audience: Artists and art lovers who want to understand how concept works in art and how the formal elements of the artwork create the conceptual content of the work.

 

Course Duration: There is a one-month limit to do the courses after registration. It is difficult to determine how long it will take you to complete the course. The average time to read through the tutorial material is about 4 hours, but it can be longer, depending on how much time you spend on the links. This Module also has an assignment to complete, which takes a variable amount on time. There is much experimentation included in this Module.

Language: English

2.2 CAP Module in Anatomy of a Concept

R400.00Price
  • What you will learn:

    Understand the relationship between form and content

    How to use mindmapping techniques to uncover associations

    How to make the periphery your focus

    Avoid literalness and cliché in your concept development

    Module notes are included.

    here is an Assignment for this module. It is not compulsory, but if you want to receive the Certificate of Completion for this Short Course you have to complete it. The Assignment is practical and should take about a day.

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