Level 2 Painting
Teacher to contact with questions: Ms L. Nicholson
The Arts are a powerful form of communication that recognise the value and contribution to society that employers are looking for today. Through studying the arts you will explore, challenge and celebrate your uniqueness and your way of seeing the world by being stimulated to take risks, connect your thinking and participate in creativeness independently and collaboratively.
These courses will give you the opportunity to think outside the box, problem solve and generate stimulating pieces of art. All of the arts are taught through negotiated programs and we not only cover all the key competencies but have the values and principles of the NZC intrinsically embedded within our courses. All jargon? Then read on ………….
You will build on the skills developed at Level 1. This level also requires you to generate and develop ideas in painting and drawing around a common co-constructed theme.
You will make these is a connected way relating several pieces together similar to what we seen in an art gallery, giving you the opportunity to take part in a group exhibition. Terms 3 & 4 are folio time around a selected theme.
Term 1 Visual study of a co-constructed theme e.g still life, portraits etc
Term 2 Developing ideas in art into an exhibition
Term 3 Folio boards
Term 4 Folio completion and group project
At the completion of this course you will have:
• A portfolio of work to take into further education and employment
• Thinking skills employers are looking for in today’s market
• Entry subjects for Polytechnic and University and other tertiary study
• The world of work as your thinking skills will be enhanced following arts courses
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
$50 plus extra equipment and media are available
Recommended Prior Learning
No prerequisites needed except the desire to work hard, have an interest in the arts and be will to move out of your comfort zone
Total Credits Available: 30 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 12 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 18 credits.