Creativity and Technology
Why should I take this Trinity Elective?
In this module, you will explore music and audio production basics, learn about the post-war European contributions to modern music technology, understand the evolution of music production techniques, and acquire video creation and editing skills based on early filmmaker and visual artist techniques.
What will I learn?
- You will learn how the complex relationships between artists and technology shape contemporary creative practices around the globe.
- You will learn the workflows, digital tools, and practical skills needed to produce high-quality audio-visual content.
- You will learn to apply a collaborative, practice-based research methodology that will help you to think critically, creatively, and independently.
What will I do?
- Attend weekly online lectures (1hr) with experts working at the intersection of technology and the creative arts.
- Partake in weekly online practical sessions (1hr) to develop your creative technology skills and apply them in a group-based audio-visual project.
- Engage with weekly assigned media which will involve video/audio recordings and writings on important technologies, creative artifacts, and performances.
How will this be delivered?
Lectures and practical/group work sessions will be delivered online and face to face.. Students will engage in fieldwork and further group work in real-world settings.
- 11 hours of Lectures and Class discussion: 11 hours.
- 11 hours of Online Practical & Group Work Session: 11 hours.
- 30 hours of Project Work & Field Work: 30 hours.
- 25 hours of Course Readings: 30 hours.
- 25-30 hours for skills acquisition & development.
How will this be assessed?
- 30% online Personal Journal.
- 30% Multiple Choice Questionnaire(In-Class MCQ Test in Week 8).
- 40% group Multimedia Project (4 members per group).
Who can take this Trinity Elective?
- Any student eligible to take a Trinity Elective can select this Trinity Elective.