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Exploration Proposal
« on: February 11, 2018, 09:54:54 pm »
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Hi there,
Can anyone who scored high in Studio Arts please allow me to read your exploration proposal as I am completely stuck and need a bit of a guide. I have an extremely unique theme and I'm not here to copy, I really just need a bit of a guide and a look at how to set it out.
Thank you so much,


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Re: Exploration Proposal
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2018, 10:03:53 pm »
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Hey there!

I donít have my exploration proposal on me anymore, but Iíd recommend taking a look at the National Gallery of Victoriaís website. There are still examples of exploration proposals up from Top Arts 2016, you might like to look through their archives as well, and see if there are more from past years. I used these as templates while writing mine.
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Re: Exploration Proposal
« Reply #2 on: February 15, 2018, 06:18:17 pm »
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Hey!
Unfortunately, I don't have any on me either, but I have a tip once you get an idea of what you want: just make sure that you follow the rules of the newer curriculum. I graduated Studio Art last year, and it was extremely difficult for us to work to our own pace because all of the previous (2016) examples we got didn't go to code. The newer curriculum asks for students to make their proposals succinct (mine was a max of 750 words) as opposed to those of years before, which could reach up to four pages. So just be careful about that. :)
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