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What's next?

Our students future in Visual Arts.

Maria Cupani

on 5 February 2016

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Continuing the journey in Grade 11-12 Visual arts
Media & Commercial Arts

1.) Graphic designer
2.) Fashion photographer
3.) TV Graphics designer
4.) Special effects artist
5.) Animator
6.) Web designer
7.) Font designer

Arts Management

8.) Art auctioneer
9.) Art gallery owner
10.) Art consultant
11.) Art restorer

Fine Arts-
12.) Sculptor
13.) Textile artist
14.) Painter / Artist-in-residence
15.) Ceramic artist
16.) Printmaker

Performing Arts

17.) Costume designer

18.) Film director

19.) Make-up artist

20.) Set designer

21.) Choreographer

22.) Actor

23.) Dance instructor

Art Trades

24.) Baker/culinary artist

25.) Tattoo artist

26.) Signmaker

27.) Jeweler

28.) T-shirt designer

29.) Stained-glass artist

30.) Mosaic artist

31.) Hairstylist

32.) Florist

33.) Glassblower

34.) Police sketch artist

37.) Art historian

38.) Book illustrator

39.) Comic book artist

40.) Medical illustrator

41.) News photographer

42.) Arts editor

43.) Cartoonist

44.) Greeting card designer

45.) Advertising designer

Professional Arts

46.) School art teacher

47.) Art therapist

Design Arts

48.) Furniture designer

49.) Landscape designer

50.) Architect

51.) Interior designer

52.) Fashion designer

53.) Automobile designer

54.) Product designer

55.) Packaging designer

Editorial Art -

35.) Art critic

36.) Film critic
Possible careers connected to Arts Education!

By the end of this course, students will:

The Creative Process: apply the creative process to create a variety of art works, individually and/or collaboratively;

The Elements and Principles of Design: apply the elements and principles of design to create art works for the purpose of self-expression and to communicate ideas, information, and/or messages;

Production and Presentation: produce art works, using a variety of media/materials and traditional and emerging technologies, tools, and techniques, and demonstrate an understanding of a variety of ways of presenting their works and the works of others

Creating and Presenting

The Creative Process

The Elements and Principles of Design

Production and Presentation

Reflecting, Responding,
and Analyzing


By the end of this course, students will:

The Critical Analysis Process: demonstrate an understanding of the critical analysis process by examining, interpreting, evaluating, and reflecting on various art works;

Art, Society, and Values: demonstrate an understanding of how art works reflect the society in which they were created, and of how they can affect both social and personal values;

Connections beyond the Classroom: describe opportunities and requirements for continued engagement in visual arts.


The Critical Analysis

Art, Society, and Values

Connections Beyond the


By the end of this course, students will:

Terminology: demonstrate an understanding of, and use correct terminology when referring to, elements, principles, and other components related to visual arts;

Conventions and Techniques: demonstrate an understanding of conventions and techniques used in the creation of visual art works;

Responsible Practices: demonstrate an understanding of responsible practices related to visual arts.



Conventions and Techniques

Responsible Practices

What students learn in Grade 9-10:
Students learn the foundations of design as well as a proper technique for a varied selection of art styles. There is also a large focus on building understanding and implementation of the elements and principles of design.

What students learn in 11/12:
Students now begin to establish their own art voice, through critiques, analysis and exploration the students move past the foundations of technique and design and create works with meaning. They look at the larger cultural and social implications of art as well as Canadian and global perspectives.

What’s next?
The benefits of continuing in the Arts.

Historical and current contexts of art.
Skills with different media [drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, mixed media, collages, printmaking, pastels, as well as digital media and photography]
Possible career paths and personal art practices
Culture, Technology, ethics, social justice

as well as Canadian perspectives in art.

Topics and skills to be developed in Grade 11-12 visual art Classes
Visual Arts,

Grade 11, Open (AVI 3O)

This course focuses on studio activities in the visual arts, such as drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, collage, and/or multimedia art. Students will use the creative process to create art works that reflect a wide range of subjects and will evaluate works using the critical analysis process. Students will also explore works of art within a personal, contemporary, historical, and cultural context.

Prerequisite: None

Visual Arts,

Grade 11, University/College Preparation (AVI 3M)

This course enables students to further develop their knowledge and skills in visual arts. Students will use the creative process to explore a wide range of themes through studio work that may include drawing, painting, sculpting, and printmaking, as well as the creation of collage, multimedia works, and works using emergent technologies. Students will use the critical analysis process when evaluating their own work and the work of others. The course may be delivered as a comprehensive program or through a program focused on a particular artform (e.g. photography, video, computer graphics, information design).

Prerequisite: Visual Arts, Grade 9 or 10, Open

Visual Arts,

Grade 12, University/College Preparation (AVI 4M)

This course focuses on enabling students to refine their use of the creative process when creating and presenting two- and three-dimensional art works using a variety of traditional and emerging media and technologies. Students will use the critical analysis process to deconstruct art works and explore connections between art and society. The studio program enables students to explore a range of materials, processes, and techniques that can be applied in their own art production. Students will also make connections between various works of art in personal, contemporary, historical, and cultural contexts.

Prerequisite: Visual Arts, Grade 11, University/College

Visual Arts,

Grade 12, Workplace Preparation (AVI 4E)

This course focuses on a practical approach to a variety of art and design projects related to the workplace. Students will use the creative process to produce a traditional and/or digital portfolio of their work in a variety of media. Students may focus on various aspects of visual arts, including advertising, ceramics, fashion design, graphic arts, jewelery design, and/or web design.

Prerequisite: Visual Arts, Grade 11, Open

The prerequisites and main differences between university/college, workplace and open courses in Grades 11-12 visual arts.
Prerequisite chart For Visual Art 11-12
Thank you for watching and I hope you find the value of a continued Visual Arts Education.
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