Determine the general framework of the idea and the theme of the graduation project, and select the subject in relation to local and international debates in contemporary visual art. Refine practice and identify personal preferences and the frames of work. The application of the theoretical and historical research, which will be converted into experiences and artistic forms in the studio. Integrating practical knowledge and theory gained during the previous course431 COVA and other courses to hone the aesthetic and artistic content values. Forming distinct personality for the practice process and gain full awareness of the needs and skills acquired to produce the artwork, the use of self-expression and criticism to guide the development of the artwork identity. Critical reflection, testing and evaluating work and identifying suitable approaches necessary to manifest the ideas to select and use appropriate media and techniques to visually communicate ambitious ideas ( 2 hours theory, 9 hours practice).

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