Kayla Munckton, Image: Valentina Schulte

Shape 2019 Student Portfolios - Textiles and Design

Exhibition
29 February - 3 May 2020, 10am - 5pm

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Les Femmes

Carrisa James

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Annotation

“Carissa provides a detailed justification that her focus area is apparel. She has provided relevant inspirations including Paolo Sebastian, feminine aesthetics and the 1970’s bishop style sleeves. These inspirations are clearly reflected in her formal dress with floral embellishments. Carrisa has a variety of well labelled pictures to illustrate her inspirations and they are presented in a contemporary manner.”

Examination Criteria

Design Inspiration

Marking Guideline

• Explains the relationship of the design inspiration to the nominated focus area
• Justifies particular creative and/or innovative design ides or techniques developed from the design inspiration
• Supports written information through communication techniques such as collages of pictures, samples from various sources or graphical communication techniques, presented in a contemporary manner

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Italia

Sophie Loxton

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Annotation

“Sophie has high quality, labelled drawings that reflect her inspirations of 50’s style garments, Grace Kelly and Italian majolica art. Her drawings show a development of ideas with a visual flow from concept 1 to concept 2. Sophie has clearly explained how her innovative inspirations of digital printing and laser cutting are included in her designs. She has included an evaluation paragraph to analyse the strengths and weaknesses of each concept.”

Examination Criteria

Visual Design Development

Marking Guideline

• Includes appropriately labelled high quality sketches/drawings that clearly indicate the link between inspiration and design
• Explains the inspiration, development and evaluation of design ideas for the item/s
• Provides evidence of creativity throughout concept development

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Rococo Dress and Cape

Leah Meng

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Annotation

“Leah has a detailed and accurate description of her bodice, skirt and detachable cape. As part of her technical production plan she has included neatly presented and accurately labelled fabric swatches. Leah has an itemised costing table with total, and a product label accurate for the apparel focus area.”

Examination Criteria

Manufacturing Specifications

Marking Guideline

• Describes items accurately and in detail
• Includes all the required details in the technical production plan
• Includes a product label that contains all the required aspects appropriate to the selected focus area

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Saving Face

Kayla Munckton

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Annotation

“Kayla has experimented extensively with manufacturing processes that were unique and relevant to the production of her two-piece linen garment set. Her experiments are clear as they include an aim, method, result, conclusion and justification. Kayla has included evidence of each experiment and justifies how the results will influence the construction of her two-piece linen garment set.”

Examination Criteria

Investigation, experimentation and evaluation

Marking Guideline

• Experiments with materials, equipment and manufacturing processes applicable to the item and modifies design and/or construction as a result of the experimentation
• Provides thorough details of materials, equipment and manufacturing processes used and justifies their use on the basis of comprehensive investigations

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