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Methods of production (6 points)
Leader: To be advised
Synopsis: Expanding upon the technical expertise gained in the prerequisite modules, this series of lectures and applied instruction focuses on type, typesetting terminology, methods of production, printing techniques and requirements, and paper selection. Whilst expanding the range and degree of students' technical skills, this subject is also intended to bridge the gap between theory and practice, increase students' communication skills and implement productive work habits. Students undertake a number of projects requiring the preparation of finished artwork for black-and-white and colour reproduction. In addition, students are given an overview of compatible computer technology.
Assessment: Assigned projects: 70%. Class preparation: 15%. Written test: 15%.
Contact Hours: 6 points + 4 studio hours and 4 independent study hours per week + Second semester, Caulfield + Prerequisites: VCO2003, VCO1301, OHS1000 + Elective + Prohibitions: VCO2405
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