Level 1 Visual Art

11AP
Subject Description

Teacher in Charge: Ms L. Mrkusic

Recommended Prior Learning

Year 10 Visual Art or an interest in making art and an interview with the HOD.


The theme changes each year to make it meaningful and relevant to the cohort coming in. The 3 term course includes Maori and Pacific Art and reference to contemporary NZ Artist Models. Skills developed during the Level 1 course will be applied to the generation of work, development of ideas and technical control of media. 



Subject Overview

Term 1
Practice drawing skills of intended subject matter in a range of media. Extend drawing into another discipline of either printmaking or sculpture.

Term 2
Develop creative ideas using artist models as a springboard.
Term 1 and 2 generates work for the internal and panel 1 of the portfolio.

Term 3
Regenerate and synthesize ideas from term 1 and 2 into new work.
Complete work for panel 2 of the portfolio by end of term to allow time for study in other subject areas.

Term 4
Portfolio hand-in is in week 1 of term 4. After this class time is used for study.

Learning Areas:

The Creative Arts - Visual Art



Pathway

Level 2 Visual Art

Level 2 Visual Art extends idea development from Level 1. Students study artistic conventions and apply the new knowledge to their own work. They learn to sequence of a body of work to create a related series. Both provide a foundation upon which to generate, develop and synthesise new work for the external portfolio.

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

Students are required to purchase a set 10 acrylic paints and a set of paintbrushes.
The portfolio of practical art work (external exam equivalent) has a charge of $10.00 as this is the take home component


Assessment Information Students sit one internal standard and one external standard for the year. All work is practical and hands-on. The external standard is presented as a two panel portfolio due early Term 4 by the NZQA deadline
Disclaimer

All subject selections are provisional only and are subject to:

and the final decision is at the discretion of the Head of Learning Area for that subject.