Arts

YEAR 10

Arts - Performing

Year 10 Arts - Performing covers multiple disciplines including Drama, Music and Advanced Music. Assessments include Comedian Workshops, Practical Perfromances and Theatre Reviews. For the full breakdown of the course, including materials needed and examination requirements download our Arts - Performing curriculum below.  

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ARTS - VISUAL

Year 10 Arts - Visual covers multiple disciplines including 3D Craft, Fashion Design, Paper Craft, Urban Art, Creative Computer Graphics and Painting & Drawing. For the full breakdown of the course, including materials needed and examination requirements download our Arts - Visual curriculum below.  

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Stage 1

ARTS - PERFORMING

Stage 1 Arts - Perfroming covers multiple disciplines including Contemporary Dance Styles, Creative Arts Performance, Drama and Music Experience. For the full breakdown of the course, including materials needed and examination requirements download our Arts - Performing curriculum below.  

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ARTS - VISUAL

Stage 1 Arts - Visual covers multiple disciplines including Photography, Fashion Design, Creative Arts and Visual Arts where students can tailor a program that suits their artistic interests with a focus on establishing career pathways into creative industries. For the full breakdown of the course, including materials needed and examination requirements download our Arts - Visual curriculum below.  

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STAGE 2

ARTS - PERFORMING

Stage 2 Arts - Perfroming covers multiple disciplines including Dance, Drama and Music. Dance is suitable for students who have a depth of experience in performance and who seek to further their choreographic skills and technique. It is highly recommended that students  have successfully completed Stage 1 Contemporary Dance. The theory component will  require research, critical reviews, analysis and reflection. Performance will be externally assessed in the group production in solo, duo and group capacities. For the Drama companonent students must be prepared to work reliably and co-operatively with a group in the context of a performance and presentation. They will also be expected to have good writing skills as this is a large component of the course. There will also be a high demand on students own time as rehearsals, performances and excursion will all often take place out of class time. Stage 2 Music subjects may be undertaken as one or more 10-credit subjects. Students initially select the code 2MUSIC and are then enrolled in a number of combinations, depending on student preference and availability. For the full breakdown of the course, including materials needed and examination requirements download our Arts - Performing curriculum below.  

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ARTS - VISUAL

Stage 2 Arts - Visual covers multiple disciplines including Photography, Fashion Design, Creative Arts and Visual Arts and Design. Photography students participate in the processes of development and the presentation of realised creative arts photographic products. Photographic products may take the form of digital media, public arts projects, presentations and installations. Visual Arts - Art: This subject requires that the student works as an artist in developing ideas and concepts which result in finished practical artworks. Works can be resolved using various art forms, such as video, installation, assemblage, digital imaging, photography, painting, drawing, mixed media, printmaking, wood/plastic/metal fabrication, sculpture, ceramics and textiles. Students studying Visual Design will study various design genres, which may include: product design, e.g. toy, fashion, stage, furniture and engineering design; environment design, e.g. sustainable interior and exterior design, graphic and visual communication design, e.g. branding, illustration and advertising. Fashion Design enables students to develop innovative ideas and explore a wide range of textile and fashion apparel techniques and mediums. Students conceive, develop and create their own design work(s), drawing inspiration from a wide range of varied sources. This subject provides students with the opportunity to gain ‘real world’ design experience. Creative Arts is a highly self-directed unit and provides students with the opportunity to tailor a program that suits their artistic interests with a focus on establishing career pathways into creative industries. Students are able to combine aspects of one or more Arts subjects in order to gain insight into industry standard creative processes. For the full breakdown of the course, including materials needed and examination requirements download our Arts - Visual curriculum below.  

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