Audio-Visual Communication at Melbourne: A Retrospective
Level 3 of the Digital Studio
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The School of Culture and Communication and the Digital Studio are proud to present a selection of student projects, representing almost 10 years of consistently high-quality work in the subject Audio-Visual Communication.
Audio-Visual Communication is a core subject in the Master of Global Media Communication degree and an elective in the Master of Marketing Communication, both of which now attract a large cohort of international students. Each semester students form teams to produce 4-minute non-fiction video stories. Students are given considerable stylistic freedom and are encouraged to present their own perspective, to engage other students as their principal audience and to entertain, provoke reflection and deliver insight rather than information or exposition.
This exhibition features 22 projects (90 mins) produced by Audio-Visual Communication students and curated by subject coordinator Steven McIntyre will be screened on loop in the Digital Studio from 10am until 4pm Monday to Friday until 6 September. A highlights reel will screen daily at lunchtime in the Arts West Atrium.
“What stands out in this program are the rich, distinctive cultures these projects reveal bubbling beneath the surface of the University and the positive picture that emerges. Through these projects students have fiercely and energetically engaged with campus life and with the challenges of bridging the social, academic and professional worlds that confront them." – Steven McIntyre, Subject Coordinator.