ARCT07028 2019 Yeats Academy Creative Interdisciplinary Practice I

General Details

Full Title
Yeats Academy Creative Interdisciplinary Practice I
Transcript Title
Yeats Academy Creative Interdi
Code
ARCT07028
Attendance
80 %
Subject Area
ARCT - Architecture
Department
YADA - Yeats Academy Art Dsgn & Arch
Level
07 - NFQ Level 7
Credit
05 - 05 Credits
Duration
Semester
Fee
Start Term
2019 - Full Academic Year 2019-20
End Term
9999 - The End of Time
Author(s)
Bernadette Donohoe, Deirdre Greaney, Rowan Watson, Michael Roulston, Cliona Brady, Peter Scanlon, Mary Byrne, Deirdre Johnston
Programme Membership
SG_VARCH_H08 201900 Bachelor of Architecture (Honours) SG_DINAD_H08 202000 Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Interior Architecture and Design SG_VARCH_H08 202000 Bachelor of Architecture (Honours)
Description

This module aims to extend the student’s interdisciplinary engagement with the arts, deepening their understanding of diverse approaches to creative engagement and broadening their practical experience of creative and representational techniques.

The module engages students from a selection of creative programmes in collaborative interdisciplinary projects led by lecturers from a range of disciplines from the arts, design and architecture.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this module the learner will/should be able to;

1.

Demonstrate awareness of convergent and divergent thinking; and an awareness of interdisciplinary approaches to creative practice.

2.

Interact effectively with others, through collaboration, team work and negotiation.

3.

Utilise both familiar and unfamiliar diagnostic and creative skills in unfamiliar contexts.

4.

Develop ideas as part of a group through to resolved and accessible outcomes

5.

Demonstrate an expanded capacity to work with materials and media.

Teaching and Learning Strategies

A choice of topics or questions to prompt creative enquiry is introduced to interdisciplinary student teams/groups. These ‘questions’ may arise in response to topical local, regional or societal issues, or emerge at intersections of interest arising out of the lecturers’ own creative areas of enquiry. Through creative enquiry each interdisciplinary team/group then develops a response to one of the proposed questions. The groups’ outputs are communicated using media, modes and formats that include but extend beyond those habitually used in the respective students’ disciplines. Each student is expected to keep a graphic journal which documents and reflects on the question explored, the creative process and its outcomes/products.

The module is delivered using a combination of short lectures, seminars, practical tutorials and creative/design reviews.

Module Assessment Strategies

Group exhibit /artefact/performance with seminar presentation; graphic reflective journal.

Repeat Assessments

Repeat assessment will be dependent on failed components. This will be confirmed at formal exam boards.

Module Dependencies

Prerequisites
None
Co-requisites
None

Indicative Syllabus

Topics and questions from a range of disciplines from the arts, design and architecture.

Representation methods from the various disciplines are engaged with.

Coursework & Assessment Breakdown

Coursework & Continuous Assessment
100 %

Coursework Assessment

Title Type Form Percent Week Learning Outcomes Assessed
1 Group proposal Continuous Assessment Group Project 15 % Week 4 1,2,3
2 Final group presentation Continuous Assessment Group Project 55 % Week 12 1,2,3,4,5
3 Reflective Graphic Journal Continuous Assessment Individual Project 30 % End of Semester 1,3

Full Time Mode Workload


Type Location Description Hours Frequency Avg Workload
Design Projectwork Design Studio Interdisciplinary Practice 4 Weekly 4.00
Total Full Time Average Weekly Learner Contact Time 4.00 Hours

Required & Recommended Book List

Required Reading
2017-04-24 Co-Art Phaidon Press
ISBN 0714872881 ISBN-13 9780714872889

Twenty-five leading artist duos and collectives give insight into how and why to work collaboratively Art history is traditionally presented as the individual's struggle for self-expression, yet over the past fifty years, the number of artists working collaboratively has grown exponentially. Co-Art: Artists on Creative Collaboration explores this phenomenon through conversations with twenty-five leading art-world pairs and groups, who offer insight that is relevant beyond the art world, making this book vital for all who seek to work creatively and effectively with others. Artists featured: Allora & Calzadilla, Assemble, Auguste Orts, ayr, Biggs & Collings, Broomberg & Chanarin, ChimPom, Claire Fontaine, DAS INSTITUT, DIS, Elmgreen & Dragset, Eva & Franco Mattes, GCC, Gelitin, Guerrilla Girls, Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Jane and Louise Wilson, John Wood and Paul Harrison, LaBeouf, Rnkk & Turner, Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin, Los Carpinteros, Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz, Raqs Media Collective, SUPERFLEX

Required Reading
2015-05-01 The Art of Collaboration
ISBN 0986004057 ISBN-13 9780986004056

Poetry. Art. Contributors are Susan Bee, Bill Berkson, Charles Bernstein & Richard Tuttle, Olivier Brossard, Antoine Caze, Antoine Coron, Anca Cristofovici, Gervais Jassaud, Vincent Katz, Constance Lewallen, Barbara Montefalcone, Pascal Poyet & Franeoise Goria, Raphael Rubinstein, Kyle Schlesinger, and Michael Siebenbrodt. "Always a space for experimentation, the book has been a platform for innovative collaboration since its invention, and never more than in the modern era when painters, poets, editors, typographers, and binders have each contributed to the production of works whose whole becomes something far more than its parts. The essays in this volume address some of the main threads of collaboration in American and French poetry and printing, where the livre d'artiste flirts with the artist's book in imagining the page, the text, the codex as a vital scene of exchange. Each of these authors has been involved in this field in a professional and/or creative manner, and each speaks from experience with substantive authority." Johanna Drucker"

Required Reading
2012-01-03 Make Space John Wiley & Sons
ISBN 9781118143728 ISBN-13 1118143728

"If you are determined to encourage creativity and provide acollaborative environment that will bring out the best in people,you will want this book by your side at all times." Bill Moggridge, Director of the Smithsonian'sCooper-Hewitt National Design Museum "Make Space is an articulate account about theimportance of space; how we think about it, build it and thrive init." James P. Hackett, President and CEO, Steelcase An inspiring guidebook filled with ways to alter space tofuel creative work and foster collaboration. Based on the work at the Stanford University d.school and itsEnvironments Collaborative Initiative, MakeSpace is a tool that shows how space can be intentionallymanipulated to ignite creativity. Appropriate for designers chargedwith creating new spaces or anyone interested in revamping anexisting space, this guide offers novel and non-obvious strategiesfor changing surroundings specifically to enhance the ways in whichteams and individuals communicate, work, play--and innovate. Inside are: Tools--tips on how to build everything from furniture, towall treatments, and rigging Situations--scenarios, and layouts for sparking creativeactivities Insights--bite-sized lessons designed to shortcut yourlearning curve Space Studies--candid stories with lessons on creatingspaces for making, learning, imagining, and connecting Design Template--a framework for understanding, planning,and building collaborative environments Make Space is a new and dynamic resource for activatingcreativity, communication and innovation across institutions,corporations, teams, and schools alike. Filled with tips andinstructions that can be approached from a wide variety ofangles, Make Space is a ready resource forempowering anyone to take control of an environment.

Required Reading
2008 Knowing Differently Nova Publishers
ISBN 1604563788 ISBN-13 9781604563788

This book explores the experiential research methods (arts-based, reflexative, collaborative) that allow researchers to access their own and their participants' knowing in richer ways. It comprises chapters on innovative methods of research and analysis using literary forms, performance and visual arts, and through collaborative and interdisciplinary inquiry. It offers methodological discussions and first-person accounts of experiences in using these methods in order to fire the imagination of students and researchers. Writers are drawn from various disciplines in the health and social sciences, and the methodologies they discuss can be applied across these fields.

Recommended Reading
Conversations about creativity: art, writing, music, filmmaking, theatre, education, science & the synergy of imagination (creative thinking series book 2 Ep Creative Enterprises

Module Resources

Non ISBN Literary Resources

Recommended Reading:

Cristofovici, A., & Montefalcone B. (Eds.). (2015). The Art of Collaboration: Poets, Artists, Books. Cuneiform Press.   

De Wachter by E. M. (2017). Co-Art: artists on creative collaboration.  Phaidon Press.

Doorley, S., & Witthoft, S. Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University. (2012). Make space: how to set the stage for creative collaboration. Hoboken, USA: John Wiley & Sons.

Liamputtong, P., & Rumbold, J. (2008). Knowing differently: Arts-based and collaborative research methods. Nova Publishers.

Palestrant, E. (2018). Conversations about creativity: art, writing, music, filmmaking, theatre, education, science & the synergy of imagination (creative thinking series book 2). Ep Creative Enterprises.

Journal Resources

see module handbook

URL Resources

see module handbook