Art & Design: Graphic Communication
Course delivery:Classroom based
Course duration?2 Year(s)
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Students will produce coursework and an examination unit (externally set assignment) with a controlled test component. Students are expected to:
ƒ?› Understand and explore the concepts and contexts of the work of contemporary artists, craftspersons, designers and photographers, plus other critical sources such as film, music and literature.
ƒ?› Explore and experiment with a range of materials.
ƒ?› Record from observation including taking photographic images.
ƒ?› Experiment and develop ideas through a range of practical and conceptual processes, working towards a final piece showing clearly how you have been informed by the work of contemporary artists, craftspersons, designers and photographers, plus other critical sources such as film, music and literature.
ƒ?› Present the work in an appropriate context e.g. sketchbook, mounted sheets, virtual folder, website, with an introductory written element.
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