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Environmental Visual Practice - Extended Ways of Telling

Course
FKAEVP
Master’s level
15 credits (ECTS)
Study pace
50%
Time
Mixed time
Location
Location independent
Study form
Distance
Language
English
Duration
-
Application open
-
Application code
GU-15050
Tuition
Full education cost: 70 500 SEK
First payment: 70 500 SEK
Application closed

Summary

This course focuses on visual storytelling related to environmental issues such as climate change, sustainable futures and the relationship between humans and the natural world. This is an advanced level course intended for students who wish to develop visual methods and storytelling tools for communicating and conveying knowledge about environmental issues.

About

The course focuses on developing interactivity between scientific and artistic modes of storytelling and communicating. Students will develop more sophisticated and innovative ways of communicating with XR techniques in combination with digital and spatial composition. The course is interdisciplinary, and participating students will explore methods and exchange experiences of storytelling and visualisation in the area of the course theme. 

The course is rooted in a historical survey of the relationship between art and science in the development of scientific fieldwork. Each student will independently plan and execute a minor field study, including documenting and showing their work in a designed presentation.

The curriculum includes guest lectures and collaboration with established institutions in the surrounding society, such as museums, archives and collections. The course is related to Agenda 2030 and work with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Prerequisites and selection

Requirements

Bachelor's degree, 180 credits or equivalent experience. 

Selection

Selection is based upon the number of credits from previous university studies, maximum 225 credits.

For admission to the summer 2021 and onward the following selection applies: selection is based upon the number of credits from previous university studies, maximum 165 credits.