Your proposal will:
- Outline your plans for how you intend to develop your research project over the following three modules / study blocks, providing an indicative schedule of key activities and/or stages of the project.
- Define some of the objectives, concerns and themes of your research project, placing it within identifiable territories of contemporary photography and/or broader visual practices.
- Describe and analyse progress on the project to date.
- Communicate, using your own photographic work made during this module, suggestions of the visual strategies and methods you will be progressing in your research project.
- Detail any costs you will incur, and how you intend to meet these, as well as the resources and skills you anticipate you will need and how you intend to acquire them.
- Assess and analyse the limitations, risks and threats to the project, including ethical considerations, health and safety, and the environmental and ecological impact of your project.
Assignment GuidelinesThe Illustrated Research Project Proposal should also include:
- Bibliography of key critical resources relevant to your subject area. You may wish to subdivide into sources consulted to date and referred to in the text, and key resources you have identified and intend to scrutinise over the following modules. This should use Harvard style referencing.
- Appendices, including:
- Risk Assessment identifying the health and safety risks associated with a typical shoot or activity identified within your proposal. (Proforma available in the PhotoHub.)
- Impact Assessment Plan (see guidelines in the PhotoHub).
- Any other documents or material you believe is appropriate to support your proposal.