Visual Arts General

  • Course Code - GEVAR

Estimated Cost: $150.00

Based on 2019 pricing and subject to change. See Additional Cost Item Information Sheet for additional costs.

Course Outline

The General Visual Arts course encourages students to engage in traditional, modern and contemporary art forms. Students will have the opportunities to express their imagination, develop personal imagery, develop skills and engage in the making and presentation of final artworks. Students will produce ideas for their work based upon drawings, research and investigation of artists and art movements. All work produced in the course will be presented in a journal for assessment.

The course is divided into two units, each of one semester duration.

 

Skills Outline

Unit 1 – Experiences
The focus for Unit 1 is experiences. Students base art making and interpretation on their lives and personal experiences, observations of the immediate environment, events and/or special occasions.

Unit 2 – Explorations
The focus for Unit 2 is explorations. Students explore ways to generate and develop ideas using a variety of stimulus materials and explorations from their local environment in their art making and interpretation.

In each unit the course content is divided into two content areas:

  • Art Making—Production
  • Art Interpretation—Written

Minimum Entrance Requirements

None, though Year 10 Visual Arts Units are desirable.

 

Further Study

Year 12 – Visual Arts General

Course code GTVAR

TAFE courses in Visual Arts and Design