1- Design inspiration: relevance to focus area, justification of creative and innovative design, relationship to historical, cultural or contemporary factors and communication techniques.
2- Research Boards, Mood Boards, Developmental Work
2- Visual design development: aesthetics and functionality (Sketches, Painted Designs, Fabric Samples)
3- Written description (Thesis Process Report)
• Product drawings and pattern making: front and back views, pattern shapes.
• Technical production plans: fabric swatches, quantity of material, total cost and order of construction.
• Technical Drawings of Furniture/Panel (on-scale)
• Presentation and Display of Work
• Use symbolic imagery to convey ideas.
• Awareness of advanced studies offered in Textile art.
• Research sources for ideas in planning Textile Thesis.
• Explore ideas through sketching, brainstorming, and research.
• Produce works of art that demonstrate control of various art media in textiles.
• Develop skills/techniques necessary for effective visual communication.
• Project will be one of the following: apparel, furnishing, textile art, costume, non-apparel.
• Presentation: Communicate and Critique
• Effectively discuss and evaluate artwork based on the 4-step critique process (description, analysis, interpretation, evaluation).
• Evaluate and recognize relationships between art and cultures.
• Develop communication skills about the art process
• Interpret and Utilize artistic styles in the inspiration/creation of original work.
Course Learning Outcomes
• Submission, display and marking of half the total amount of work required in Textile Thesis.
• No. of assignments required till mini: 35 sketches, 25 painted designs and 20 fabric samples.
• Incomplete submission results in deduction of marks or even failure.
• If the student has not passed Mini-Thesis she cannot appear in Final thesis unless the Mini thesis exam is cleared.
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