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Copy of HSC Visual Arts Exam

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AART 1920
Visual Arts Theory 2012
THE ROLE OF THE SYLLABUS
and the development of an appreciation for the diversity and function of all forms of visual imagery in a social and cultural context.
PRACTICE
FRAMES
CONCEPTUAL
FRAMEWORK
ARTIST
ARTWORK
WORLD
AUDIENCE
ARTMAKING
HISTORICAL
CRITICAL
SUBJECTIVE
STRUCTURAL
CULTURAL
POST MODERN
QUESTIONS======in the HSC exam paper.
Section/Part
Section 1 There are 3 SHORT RESPONSE QUESTIONS WITH IMAGES AND TEXT.
EACH QUESTION WORTH VARYING AMOUNTS
ONE QUESTION WILL BE WORTH 10-15 MARKS
TESTS
KNOWLEDGE
UNDERSTANDING
OF
CONTENT AREAS
ABILITY TO
ANALYSE IMAGES
AND
TEXT
EXAM RUBRIC
Section I
In your answer you will be assessed on how well you:

write in a concise and well-reasoned way
present an informed point of view
use the plates and any other source material provided to inform your response
Section II
In your answer you will be assessed on how well you:

present a well-reasoned and informed point of view
apply your understandings of the different aspects of content as appropriate (Practice, Conceptual Framework and the Frames)
use relevant examples
CASE STUDY-
between 5 and 10 case studies
artists, artworks, groups of artists, periods in art,
exhibitions...concepts....techniques ...materials...etc.
How many artists can you write a minimum of 1 page on?
how many examples of their work do you know?
can you discuss and analyse these works?
can you define all content areas?
Do you have a good art vocabulary?
CAn you write an 8 page response in 45 minutes?
do you know how to integrate a discussion using all the content areas if relevant?
www.boardof studies.nsw.edu.au
www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au
the board of studies

syllabus content is broad and asks teachers and students to engage with a range of images and objects across time and place.
your strengths
your students interests
preparation for an exam and developing life long skills that enable engagement with objects and images in a range of contexts.........
wHAT YOU WILL NEED AS THE ART EDUCATOR....
HISTORICAL & CRITICAL Practice
A broad knowledge
detailed knowledge
ability to analyse and critically evaluate
with the content areas as the basis of the evaluation
the ability to engage students and teach them how to analyse and critically evaluate art objects and images confidently.
NSW Visual Arts Syllabus

7-10 - stages 4 and 5 mandatory and elective
stage 6 - Preliminary and HSC
Photo and digital media
visual design
Ceramics
various school developed courses
week 1
Janine Debenham
janine.debenham@det.nsw.edu.au
historical and theoretical studies
ART HISTORY/ART CRITICISM
CONTENT AREAS of the syllabus
PRACTICE
FRAMES
CONCEPTUAL
FRAMEWORK

ESSAY
Prehistoric – before writing
The Venus of Willendorf
SECTION 2
6 ESSAYS

MUST DO ONE ONLY.
Writing was in the form of pictographs or hieroglyphics, conveyed the narrative that accompanied the artwork.
DESCRIBE THE VISUAL QUALITIES
THAT DOMINATE THIS IMAGE.
WHAT GROUP IS REPRESENTED IN THIS WORK?

DISCUSS THE CONVENTIONS OF A CULTURAL GROUP THAT ARE EVIDENT IN THE WORK?
WHAT ROLE WOULD THE ARTIST HAVE PLAYED IN THIS SOCIETY?

wHAT DIDTHE WORLD LOOK LIKE AND VALUE AT THE TIME THIS WORK WAS CREATED?

WHAT MESSAGES HAS THE ARTIST EMBEDDED IN THE WORK AND HOW HAS HE DONE THIS?


HOW WOULD THE REACTION OF AN AUDIENCE CHANGE OVER TIME WHEN VIEWIING THIS WORK?
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
THE CHALLENGE IS TO GET STUDENTS TO WANT TO ENGAGE WITH THE HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL
EXPRESSIVE FORMS
VISUAL ARTS
DESIGN
2D 3D 4D
ARCHITECTURE
OBJECTS AND IMAGES
VISUAL QUALITIES
LINE
TEXTURE
TONE
COLOUR
SHAPE
PATTERN
REPETITION
DOMINANCE
FOCAL POINT
HARMONY
BALANCE
CONTRAST
MOVEMENT
RELATIONSHIPS
4PM AT NEWCASTLE UNI GALLERY
WEEK 2
MEET BACK IN LECTURE THEATRE AT 5 ISH
IMAGES FOR ASSESSMENT TASK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AT THIS TIME.
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