Painting

Click on NZQA link to Visual Arts subject resources for information about the standards

What should I have already achieved?

Successfully completed VAP1 or with TIC approval.

What will I learn?

Studying Painting will enable students to make meaning from images or from objects with a theme they identify themselves by generating, analysing, clarifying, and extending ideas. Students in the visual arts learn to be creative problem solvers who give form to knowledge and experience. They will study and explore a range of painting techniques and ideas from established practice (artist models) of their choosing to apply to their own works. Students will learn to research, analyse, critique and interpret how artworks are constructed and presented to communicate meanings. They are able to explore both traditional and digital methods of painting and can extend skills in a range of materials, techniques, and technologies.

How will this course be assessed?

A maximum of 20 credits are offered in this course. AS2.2 and AS2.3 internal standards will be assessed in a workbook format. AS2.4 external standard is a 2 panel folio board is compulsory for all students.

Will there be any FAO? (Further Assessment Opportunities)

No, there is no FAO in Visual Arts as students work to an external portfolio of work.

What are the course costs?

$60.00 (Course materials and Painting pack)