1. Briefly comment upon the learning outcomes from your perspective from last week's tutorial exercise.
Last week tutorial activity is required to think of every possible cost would be happened in the process of delivering an event. Budgeting is to deal with the financial management applying the financial tools and techniques. It is significantly to make decision on each segment, such as staff, venue, to ensure the resource is efficiency to use.
2. Briefly define three of the following concepts in the context of event design/theming - balance, emphasis, design, harmony, rhythm and proportion.
Proportion is a connection between the size and the scale. Size is a measurable. quantity while scale is relative. If the event will be held in a large room, the scale of space should be large enough to set the space. It is given the psychological impression to the people for having décor. Also, it will be more attracting to mix the scale in patterns regards to the visual equipment.
Balance is referring to the visual balance which is also termed visual weight. It means the size of objects and their value, such as lightness and darkness. Symmetrical Balance, asymmetrical balance and radial balance are three categories in the concept of balance.
Harmony is an effect on the different forms and colours. The different elements in the design are satisfied visually and psychologically. The example is right colour scheme or event space.
3. State two roles performers might play in a small scale outdoor community festival.
Community association management is to deal with the staff and volunteers at an event. It involved with a lot of duties, such as the stage performance, sound engineer, security staff, stage crew, ticket seller etc.
Performer’s supervisor has the responsibility to assist the stage manager in a small scale event. The role is required to contact with artists on arrival, give them the appropriate run sheets, introduce them to the crew