Course details for ART315117 Art Production

TitleArt Production
Learning AreaThe Arts
Available from1/1/2017
Size 15 credit points
Demonstrates TCE literacy standardNO
Demonstrates TCE numeracy standardNO
Demonstrates TCE ICT standardNO
Replaces the courseART315112
Past Exams and Assessment Reports
The Visual Arts play a significant role in recording, shaping and reflecting the culture and context of any given society at a given time. Study of the Visual Arts promotes innovation and creative and critical thinking skills, vital for young people in the 21st Century. Tasmanians value and support creative and cultural industries which contribute significantly to the economy and Tasmanian cultural identity.

Art Production Level 3 has been developed for learners seeking a pathway to tertiary studies and who are looking to foster a career within the visual arts. It allows learners to develop understandings of art practice and the mechanisms of art.

The course encourages learners to develop problem-solving skills together with creative and analytical ways of thinking.

Art Production Level 3 belongs to a suite of courses in art and provides opportunities for learners to demonstrate a resolved body of work in a single studio area which demonstrates their aesthetic understanding and use of visual language.

Supporting documents

ART315117 Art Production Display Guidelines (2017)
(Updated Apr 12, 2017)
ART315117 course. Course document - Word version
(Updated Dec 21, 2016)
(Valid from Jan 1, 2017)
ART315117 course Course document - PDF version
(Updated Dec 21, 2016)
(Valid from Jan 1, 2017)

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