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Observation and Interpretation (TRUR1232)
Students will investigate drawing systems, materials, formats, and subject matter to enable them to undertake and record visual research within a Silversmithing and Jewellery context. Drawings and reference material will be discussed and progressed in the workshops in preparation for 3D interpretations.
Craftsmanship (Materials, Skills and Technologies) (TRUR1233)
Students will be introduced to the properties of materials and appropriate techniques for working with them through a series of demonstrations and practical investigations.
Students will explore the craft of jewellery in depth, through demonstrations and practical investigations of the specialist processes and techniques. They will use this experience of the challenging skills to develop a personal response of innovative ideas within a jewellery context.
Students will explore the craft of silversmithing in depth, through demonstrations and practical investigations of the specialist processes and techniques. They will use this experience of the challenging skills to develop a personal response of innovative ideas within a silversmithing context
Personal Project (TRUR1236)
The student will develop work of a self-initiated personal nature, building on the skills and ideas that they have gained through their previous practical work. Each student will prepare a written statement of intent after consultation with staff. The work that they will present at the end of the module, including a technique and design journal, will be assessed against this statement.
Critical and Contextual Studies (TRUR1237)
The module introduces students to design theories drawn from historical and contemporary contexts and their influence on design and craft production. The development of study skills of research, analysis and presentation are important aspects of the module.
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