This course requires 2 options.
ART PHOTOGRAPHY 21F – Full Year
Teacher in Charge: Ms A. Connon
Students use their own ideas and subject matter with a variety of contemporary photographic approaches to Art. Students research photography artists and demonstrate an understanding of established practice with teacher guidance. Photography is central to the crossover area between Art and multi-media.
The course includes –
• Original art using Digital photography
• Basic camera and lighting skills
• Practical art skills
• Research on artists
Refer to the links below to see examples of student work.
Successful completion of this course gives students entry to Art Photography 31F. Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as either full year or as a semester course.
See Mr Soltero for more information.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
• Group resources.
• Photocopying and basic materials.
• Access to photo-studio equipment, hardware and software.
• Access to a good quality digital camera is recommended.
Please see Mr Soltero if you require advice on purchasing a camera (preferably no later than September).
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year - the amount varies between students.
Folio printing contribution charges notified end of Term 2.
Recommended Prior Learning
Maturity, enthusiasm and the ability to work independently. Level 1 Art is strongly recommended because of the skills learned in managing relatively large independent projects and more especially the creative process. Students who have not successfully completed Level 1 Art may not be able to undertake a full Level 2 Photography course.
Total Credits Available: 20 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 12 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 8 credits.