Fine Arts

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Learning Lead: Mr. B. Nordoft

Fine Arts Courses:

Art 9
Art 9 is an exploration of ideas, application and mediums, including design, color work, culture, historical and contemporary and experiencing watercolour, colour pencil and other mediums.
Art 10
The Art 10 course is structurally based on the elements and principles of art and design: line, space, colour, value, etc. In Art 10 we begin exploring mediums through 2- and 3-dimensional art projects. Encounters with art history, art movements, and artists is an important aspect in learning to understand the language and the processes of art. Art 10 begins to incorporate meaningful art application through the fundamentals of art. Assessment is based on skill/technique, understanding content, creativity, use of media and, planning and process.
Art 20
The Art 20 course consists of several art projects, which continue to explore mediums through 2- and 3-dimensional art. More in-depth encounters with art history, art movements/styles, and artists is an important aspect in learning to understand the language and the processes of art. Art 20 incorporates preliminary research so that the student has a better understanding of an influential artist(s) within a specific movement, or specific skills and techniques, this will assist the student in having a better understanding toward a more successful outcome. This is achieved through artist research, technical exploration and project planning. Communicating through critique and discussing art is encouraged at the Art 20 level. Assessment is based on skill/technique, understanding content, creativity, use of media and, planning and process.
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Art 30
The Art 30 course consists of several art projects, which continue to explore mediums through 2- and 3-dimensional art. More in-depth encounters with art history, art movements/styles, and artists is an important aspect in learning to understand the language and the processes of art. Art 30 incorporates preliminary research so that the student has a better understanding of an influential artist(s) within a specific movement, or specific skills and techniques, this will assist the student in having a better understanding toward a more successful outcome. This is achieved through artist research, technical exploration and project planning. Communicating through critique and discussing art is encouraged at the Art 20 level. Assessment is based on skill/technique, understanding content, creativity, use of media and, planning and process.
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School Showcase - Art
Showcasing student art work
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