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  • ED772 RESEARCH PROPOSAL FORM NAME/ STUDENT ID KHAIRUL EZANI BIN ABDULLAH NAWAWI 2012967377 TITLE Project Based Research: Creating a public sculpture in school. A case study at Sekolah Menengah Kangkar Pulai, Johor Bahru, Johor. BACKGROUND TO THE RESEARCH (what are the issues/current scenario that brought light to the proposed study?) Arts education in the Integrated Curriculum for Secondary Schools (KBSM) is the name for a subject which means visual arts education. What is visual art?. by Herbert Read, art is a form of production that gave rise to the appearance of happiness, enjoyment and aesthetic pleasure. Aesthetic pleasure is pleasure and delight to the recipient receives the message and the message will be getting together to complete the messages being delivered. (Mohamad. M. 1996. Arts Education 1: Principles of Art Education. Kuala Lumpur. Budiman Group Sdn.) Linderman in his book titled 'Art In The Elementary School' art categorized into sections such as visual arts and touch, craft, technological art, environmental art, art consumers and art concepts. regardless of the category and the definition made about the meaning of art, something that should be known that art has features such as a language in its own seemingly, high aesthetic value and it is born of perception, skill and imagination. Based on the features that are available in the art that the Ministry of Education has put this subject on the Integrated Secondary School Curriculum (KBSM). The aim is to develop the student's personal quality in terms of aesthetic, creative and perceptions of the business of life. However, the researchers did not want to discuss about the importance of arts education, but researchers want to study the development of visual art on public sculpture at Sekolah Menengah Kangkar Pulai. From the initial survey field researchers saw the need to investigate the possible impact arising from the existence of public sculpture on the ability of Visual Art appreciation among students at the school. Through literature review researchers found one of the educational process is through experience. The existence of a public sculpture in the school in hope to provide a visual experience to its students. The extent to which the existence of a public sculpture in the school to help students in visual art curriculum. STATEMENT OF 1
  • THE PROBLEM (identify the ‘gap’ which you plan to investigate with the intention to add new knowledge to the existing body of knowledge) It is common practice in schools to emphasize the fun aspect of the school. Designation of cleanliness, safety and Cheerful school (The power 3K) is an important unit in the system of school organization including the SMK Kangkar Pulai, which is the field of research. One of the fun activities at the school is to produce a murals painting on the walls of facing a crowd and create a landscape garden. However, for sculpture, especially public sculpture, it is still not getting the response from the school community to produce it. This is very detrimental to students not being able to take a closer look to understand let alone public sculpture it self. Which is why the researchers felt the need to create a public sculpture in the school to provide opportunities for the school community to view and appreciate the art of the sculpture as well as it could offset the environmental conditions in the school. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES The objectives of this research are: i. To invigorate the school to create a public sculpture ii. To examining the ability of appreciation of the visual arts among the students through a public sculpture in the school field iii. To see whether public art sculpture in the school curriculum to help provide visual art experiences to students. RESEARCH QUESTION The research questions are: i) How does the production of public sculpture in SMK Kangkar Pulai implemented? ii) What is the reaction of students to the existence of a public sculpture in the school in terms of appreciation and art criticism? iii) Do students appreciate the production as an element of public sculpture that will add value to cheer in the school environment? LITERATURE REVIEW (summarize relevant theories and previous research) Sculpture, translated from the 'sculpture', it can be defined briefly as an artwork in the form of three- dimensional . Old Greek 'sculpere' give meaning to carve, drill, cut. modeling a clay or wax to build a figure or three-dimensional. (Gaunt 1966 Ockvirk 1994). Definition sculptures change over time it is not just carving and modeling a, in the modern era of any kind involving three-dimensional space with a variety of techniques such as welding, grafts, sutures, knock, adhesion and so on. Sculptural forms at the time of Michelangelo sculptures changed Constructive, installation, 'site specific', public art, environmental art, video art, electronic art. Public Sculptures can also be understood as a product of art that are placed in open space. It is a derivative work of art in a comprehensive spatial dimensions. It is against the backdrop of the space environment. Activities are concentrated outside the gallery 2
  • system, focused on the appreciation of the community in an open, permanent and emphasizes certain requirements to ensure its existence in accordance with the weather conditions, security and maintenance. Robert Atkins (1945), stated Art Public art is simple and produce for own by community. When Meel Goding (2000) stated the Public Art is a work for chamber-sponsored general and specifically with the audience is crowded. He displays callenge and involves collaboration between sculptor, architec, the bustling, shade art and need to be sensitive about environment. For Daniel Robins use of the term 'Public Sculpture' at first used in 1976 to refer to the development of the early history of the statue lay in America (1893). Ramlan Abdullah stated about the statue lay in Malaysia; Public sculptures in Malaysia are monumental and free standing Often, most of the public sculpture were commissioned by local municipals, art galleries or interested party in relaying their messages to the general public.( Ramlan Abdullah :2010) Availability of public sculpture is said to have an impact or a memory to an audience, in other words they express a thing or event. Emerging environment is a perfect situation to produce a work that means it was not just about beauty but should be reflective, enlighten, strengthen and challenge the imagination and inspire the next to reach a high value. An important event like the August 31, 1957 should be peeled and delivered in the form of sculpture, as well as the sad events like May 13 incident. (Syed Ahmad Jamal, 1996) RESEARCH DESIGN (tick only one) a) Qualitative b) Quantitative c) Mixed method d) Case study √ e) Others (please specify : Project Based Research METHODOLOGY (describe your instruments , data collection procedures and method of analysis) Method of analysis Studying literature in the subject area involved to support the theory. Make a series of interviews with teachers and the students. Find information online to get information and material either email or Internet exploration. Study locations at SMK Kangkar Pulai, Johor Bahru. REFERENCES 3
  • (at least 5) 1. Baharuddin Arus. 1999. Seni arca dalam konteks tradisi dan moden: implikasi dalam masyarakat. Ipoh: Yayasan Kesenian Perak. 2. John.T.Young. 1999. Contemporary Public Art in China. London: University of Washington. 3. Laura Fan. 1996. A long road ahead Asia-Pacific Sculpture News, Volume 2 Number 3 Summer 1996. 4. Mel.G. 1998. Public: Art: Space. London: Merrell Holberton. 5. Muliyadi Mahamood. 1995. Seni Lukis dalam Peristiwa. Kuala Lumpur:Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. 6. Redstone Louis.G. 1981. Public Art New Directions. USA: McGraw-Hill. 7. Syed Ahmad Jamal. 1992. Rupa Dan Jiwa. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. For office use : Suggested supervisor 1) 2) 3) Date : ______________________________ 4