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Arts Experience Documentary Film Making Project

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Developing Professional Attitudes and Capability through an Arts Experience Documentary Film Making Project

Jeremy Barham, Lois Davis, and Julia Carey, University of Surrey


The project aimed to provide an opportunity for students to work together and with industry experts in the production of a filmed documentary showcasing the learning and teaching associated with the creative and cultural industries that take place at Surrey University: music; composition and performance, dance; choreography and performance and video production were all featured. The intention was to showcase student activities and also the University’s involvement in cultural activity that involved people and organisations in the wider external community. This meant the materials had to be of very high quality. It was anticipated that the students would gain valuable experience and develop important professional capabilities in the process so we designed in to the process opportunities for students to reflect on the process of creative collaboration required by the project.


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