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Illustration for editorial (6 points)
Leader: To be advised
Synopsis: This subject explores the role of illustration within particular editorial formats, especially those related to newspapers and magazines. Particular emphasis will be placed on the visual interpretation of words, extracting the essence of literary content with one visual image. Illustrations will be placed within their intended context. They do not exist on their own but are seen in relation to other editorial elements: bodies of text, display typography and mastheads. Traditional image making processes will be encouraged along with more experimental methods.
Assessment: Major projects: 80%. Visual diary: 10%. Minor exercises: 10%.
Contact Hours: 6 points + Semester 1, Caulfield + One 1 hour lecture plus 3 studio hours and 8 independent study hours per week + Prerequisite: VCO1203 and OHS1000 + Prohibition: VCO3204.
Prerequisites: VCO1203 and OHS1000
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