Evaluative Tools – Design

As part of the Project Module I will be gathering research data that will inform the design of the project and support my conclusions and recommendations. This will fall into three stages: Design, Post Class and Production Work.

These categories relate to three phases in the production process. In the design phase I will be gathering the thoughts and ideas from industry professionals, recent graduates from the PAD degree and the current cohort of scenic art students. This will inform the design of my Online resource in preparation for the class and the production work for ‘Chess’.

The industry professional will be take part in an short interview about their experiences in the industry, their expectations of graduates and their advice for creating a scenic art resource as part of phase one.

This is a copy of the interview questions here:

industry-professional-interview

For recent graduates of the BA PAD course I will be looking to gain insights on the resources they currently use as part of their practice and the level and type of support they received as a graduate and what was successful about their transition into the industry.

This is a copy of the interview questions here:

recent-graduate-interview

 

For students of the BA PAD course I will be looking to gain insights on the resources they currently use as part of their scenic art studies, the level and type of support they would like to have access to when they graduate and their learning material preferences.

This is a copy of the questionnaire here:

student-questionnaire

 

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