3.1 Level Three - Art making towards folio completion

  • Posted on: 24 June 2019
  • By: HollyRamsay
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Pre requisite of this course is to have completed term one and two of the level three art program.
Prior knowing for term three is to have a thorough study of existing folios from previous successful candidates. This is a link to NZQA: http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/qualifications/ncea/sub...

This course concludes at the end of term three with some final layout adjustments in the first two weeks of term four before your final submission date. This date is to be advised.

Process:
You will reflect on the work you have already generated. Be prepared to regenerate ideas through a process of analysis, synthesis, clarification, refining. Your work will continue to develop around chosen your theme and be presented in systematic series on two A1 folio boards. Your theme will need to show that you understand the conventions of your chosen artist models. Do not be afraid to introduce/regenerate again for you third panel of you folio. This will mean researching further to help for this last stage of your project.
Questions to ask yourself: What is my next step? How will I regenerate my ideas? Who are my artist models and why have I chosen them? How will I synthesis, refine within the medium I am working with?
Which series will I start or conclude in the first weeks of term three? How can I link and connect more ideas into my project?
You can also work in red block and mentoring for additional contact time.
Formative assessment: Friday week one term three
Scholarship discussion will be weekly by individual arrangement in mentoring slots pre book by email please.