Art Management in the context of the Modern Arts Institutions
- To create and develop students’ knowledge and skills of planning and development projects, connected with Arts and culture institutions activity.
- Define projects. Consider features of arts and culture projects.
- Apply methods of gathering and analyzing information for specific tasks.
- Organize interaction with the client (projects’ stakeholders).
- Analyze and develop project documentation.
- Plan and organize project realization
- Application of flexible technologies for project work
- Consider features of teamwork
- Organization of teamwork for project.
- Report (present) project results.
- Basics of the Project Approach
- Applied project documentation
- Project management.
- Project teamwork.
- Organization of project activity.
- Initiating and planning the projectStudents are united in groups of 4-5 people to carry out a project related to activities in the field of culture, art, tourism (for example, organizing an event). This activity is connected with start of the project and development of 2 documents. Done in a written form: 2 Word documents 1-2 pages each - Statement of Work (SOW) and plan of the project chosen. + Presentation.
- Analysis of project group work organizationDescribe and analyse the organization of the processes of group work on the implementation of the project and make a presentation.
- TestAn individual solution of test tasks. The test is written and contain multiple choice questions and open-ended questions. The test focus on the material discussed during the classes. To prepare for it, students must attend lectures and workshops and be familiar with all course materials.
- Group projectStudents are united in groups of 4-5 people to carry out a project related to activities in the field of arts and culture (for example, planning an event). The defense of a group project includes the presentation (report) of the results of the project using the specific structure and the analytical note (Word document not less than 5 pages). Peer-to-peer review, faculty assessment and customer assessment of the results are expected. The Score is the sum of faculty score*0.4+ 0,3* Customer score + 0,2 peer-to-peer review score + 0,1*score for the review done
- 2022/2023 3rd module0.4 * Group project + 0.3 * Test + 0.15 * Initiating and planning the project + 0.15 * Analysis of project group work organization
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