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How Do You Write A Personal Study For Art? [3 REPLIES FOUND]

It is crucial to conduct research in order to create a personal study that’s outstanding 🙈 But, it must be remembered that submission of research alone will not earn a student any points. Not acceptable to copy, paste, or translate information from different sources. Examiners don’t want long lists or chronology of events. Examiners don’t want to read long lists of facts or lengthy sequences of events. They also do not need interviews with artists. Interviews may be included in an appendix, if needed. It is not necessary to include a lengthy artist biography.😊
Personal Study is an important project that cannot be done at once. Last minute. Each aspect of your study must be thoroughly researched and organized. Students must plan and consider the content, order and structure of their study, as well as the presentation methods, including, for example, how they will integrate text and image, as well as selection of font style and colourr(the examiners must be able to read the text clearly – if there is any doubt about this, send a typed copy of the text With your submission), the text alignment and page format. The paper colourr, weight, column widths, and other details. The illustrations should be of exceptional quality and relevant to the subject. These illustrations should not be compiled from a large number of images found online. Instead, it is best to have many handcrafted by or photographically taken by the students. Textile and tactile paintings look best in real life, as opposed to graphic art. Suit a digitally created presentation. If you are capable of creating beautiful videos that show an artist at work, consider creating a DVD. It is worth noting here that while the presentation should be exciting, beautiful and visually interesting, a wildly unusual presentation style is not always necessary – a beautifully composed ‘book’ presentation is more than capable of achieving 100%.
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Studentartguide.com Also, this area is where CIE Art & Design students can get lost. Students are not expected to submit work. Body of original creative work as part of the Personal Study, similar to that produced for the Coursework project (some students even go so far as submitting only original practical work or additional Coursework pieces for this component – often with no annotation or explanation – which does not satisfy the requirements of the Personal Study at all). While the Personal Study certainly can – and in the majority of cases should – include beautiful practical work completed by the student, the Personal Study is about analyzing, studying and learning from other artists: it is NOT about producing original artwork on your own topic (more information about the images used in a Personal Study will be given in a subsequent article). CIE’s quote helps clarify:
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INTRODUCTION EXAMPLE 2There’s a common perception that a person’s identity is fixed – a fully-formed pearl found deep inside, resistant to change. But I’m finding this absurd. The concept of identity is complex and constantly changing. It can certainly be a struggle to determine one’s own personal identity, let alone identify or reveal someone else’s. However, this is an everyday challenge for artists. Grayson Perry, in his TV documentary “Who Are You?” immersed himself into the lives of his subjects. His aim: to see through cracks of façade; to delve deeper beneath the surface and into the core of a person. Perry considers identity to be a journey, a voyage in pursuit of who we are: “Our identity is an ongoing performance that is changed and adapted by our experiences and circumstances.” This notion interests me. Perry is clear about the interdependence of identities. Perry clearly understands the interchangeability of identity. His documentary inspired me and prompted a question that I’m having been grappling with since. Ambria from Ashgabat in Turkmenistan, last edited 30 days earlier
Art & Design students often get confused in this area. There is an incorrect belief that students are expected to submit a body of original creative work as part of the Personal Study, similar to that produced for the Coursework project (some students even go so far as submitting only original practical work or additional Coursework pieces for this component – often with no annotation or explanation – which does not satisfy the requirements of the Personal Study at all). While the Personal Study certainly can – and in the majority of cases should – include beautiful practical work completed by the student, the Personal Study is about analyzing, studying and learning from other artists: it is NOT about producing original artwork on your own topic (more information about the images used in a Personal Study will be given in a subsequent article). We are grateful to Shaneia Ransom, Dengzhou (China) for her latest insight.
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