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The Year One Art and Design (Common Entry) programme introduces you to the most current issues in Art and Design. They help you discover the discipline to which you are best suited through practical studio projects supervised by the team of practicing artists and designers. Over two semesters (23 class hours per week), you will be provided with the necessary skills, vocabulary and contextual knowledge allowing you to progress to the second year of our exciting range of Honours Degree programmes. Year One is the gateway to the programmes that encourage you to become articulate, informed, expressive and capable of making a significant contribution in your creative field.
Semester One is designed to introduce students to the
working methodologies, the vocabulary, and the contemporary context of Art and
Design. This is achieved through engagement in a broad-based, practical Studio
Project. This project is introduced to students during Orientation Week.
Throughout the project, students are introduced to a series of skills,
technical processes, and conceptual considerations, by means of
Seminar/Demonstrations each week. Students are encouraged to apply these
skills, processes and concepts to the development of their studio project where
applicable. Core areas in Semester 1 are 2D Studies, Digital Media, Concept
Development and Contextual Research Studies.
Semester Two is designed around helping students make the
appropriate choice of specialisation, which will form the basis of their
further studies at LSAD and in turn their future careers as artists and
designers. At the end of Semester One, students select three specialisations.
Each student then has a two week practical introduction to the area they have
chosen. At the end of this six week period there are progress reviews. After
the end of the progress reviews, there is a week of feedback and tutorial
advice where staff individually meet students to discuss progress and make
recommendations. At this point, the student selects three areas of
specialisation in order of preference. Based on an aggregated mark of the
Semester One assessment and the combined score from the three electives the
places on offer in Year 2 are distributed. Students then enter their Year 2
disciplines on provisional places.
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