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Ready-to-Eat: A Creative Study of Infographic Teaching Materials in Theatre Design
In recent years, many institutes and high schools are having more and more performing- art-related departments. After the promotion of Grade 1-9 Arts Curriculum since 2001, it has created a great need for performing arts educators. I have been devoted to theater education in recent years, and I find that students do not understand basic concepts of theater, and often feel bored with it, which might be the result of teachers coming from different fields, and students being impatient with text reading. In our information saturated society, learning with books and the Internet is convenient and enriching. However, according to my research, most of the theater-related books published in Taiwan are oriented to be read by people with pre-existing relevant knowledge. This thesis hopes to achieve three goals. The first is to explore and analyze the role of existing theater illustrations in information transmission; the second is to clarify the reasons for thewide diversity of Taiwan's theaters and then consider themes and content that are suitable for the novice; the third goal is to create easily understandable and interesting theater teaching illustrations and to discuss the definition and the development of illustrations, the appearance of Taiwan theatres and theatre design education through literature review. The thesis can help clarify the content, methods and directions of creation through these three aspects. Through “the Infographic of Theatre Teaching” in the case analysis, it sorts out and clarify the role of inforgraphic in message transmission and the ratio of text to the layout, it also classifies different inforgraphic from different units of this creation. Due to the limited number of inforgraphic in theatre teaching, which usually uses infographic from other fields and then compile the unified visual method through serialized infographic. In the creative part, there are three categories: "theatre space", "the basic concept of theatre to the novice" and "basic professional knowledge of each departments", with a total of 16 works. The content includes the primary information, secondary information and auxiliary information of each theme. The color plan uses the Lee Filter, which is commonly used in theatre lighting, and I pick the colors presented at three different color temperatures to create. After completing the creative research process, the conclusions are as follows: (1) If the theme of the theatre design infograpgic’s teaching materials is suitable for the factual description, the amount of text explanations will account for a higher proportion of the layout; (2) The interactive use of "the factual description illustration" and "the concept description illustration" can improve the clarity and expressiveness of infographic; (3) Using infographic as teaching materials for theatre design helps the novice in this field to learn by themselves.
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