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The Arts: Visual Arts - Satisfactory - Years 3 and 4

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify and describe visual conventions of an artwork (item 1) and draw and plan their own artworks (items 2 and 3).  They use visual conventions, processes and techniques to create several sculptures …

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The Arts: Visual Arts - Satisfactory - Years 7 and 8

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify and analyse artworks from a range of artists and cultures. In so doing, the student identifies their own viewpoints and those of others artists (WS1, WS2). They analyse how they are influenced …

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The Arts: Visual Arts - Satisfactory - Years 9 and 10

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can evaluate how artists can influence each other across cultures, time and place. The student can analyse some visual conventions and practices that connect cultures and create hybrid artworks and …

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Exploring Islamic art - AT

Students explored the fundamental principles of Islamic art (geometry, calligraphy and arabesque). They researched and analysed traditional Islamic artwork and architecture, and explored the use of geometric shapes to create patterns using traditional …

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Cubism: Portraits - AT

Students researched and explored synthetic and analytical cubism and the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. They explored the visual conventions of and social and historical influences on cubism through structured inquiry that was prepared for them by their …

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Landscapes - AT

Students were engaged in a process of creating an artwork of a landscape with merged perspectives to communicate a viewpoint on sustainability. They explored Aboriginal Waanyi artist Judy Watson’s own viewpoints on sustainability, as well as her use of …

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Sharing stories: Picture book - AT

Students were engaged in a unit about illustrating personal stories. They explored a range of painting and drawing techniques, as well as processes and materials, to develop their understanding of illustrating storybooks. The processes included printmaking …

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Clay objects: Connection to our coast - AT

Students considered how artists communicate their viewpoints and their connection to the natural environment though their artwork. They created clay forms inspired by the artworks of Alison Brown and Aboriginal Thaynakwith artist, Thancoupie. They also …

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Cultures in conjunction - AT

Students analysed conjunctions between art forms and artists across time and cultures. They explored the ways that Asian art influenced the West in the past, and the ways that Western art has influenced contemporary Asian art in the present.  They began …

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Art response: Leaving home - AT

Students engaged in responding to the subject matter and narrative in Aboriginal Nyoongar artist Laurel Nannup’s woodcut print, Leaving home. They were also required to analyse elements such as shape, the artist’s choice to exclude colour, and the technique …

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