Vapd Year 12
Topic : VAPD working towards a body of work
Practice: Art making
Weight : 20% (10% Practical 10% Theory)
Date Due : June
Assessment Task Outcomes:H1, H2,H3,H4,H5,H8,H9
H1: initiates and organizes artmaking practice that is sustained, reflective and adapted to suit particular conditions
How well have you understood procedure in the practice of your artmaking; Have you organized ideas? Have you written an artist statement/ intention? How have artists, critics, historians informed your direction.
H2: applies their understanding of the relationships among the artist, artwork, world and audience through the making of a body of work
Have you given consideration to the conceptual framework of art. Have you applied and discussed the role of the artist, audience, artwork and world in relation to your work
H3: demonstrates an understanding of the frames when working independently in the
making of art
Have you identified and demonstrated how you have interpreted the world by adopting one or more frames? How does this inform your inquiry and represent your point of view in your artmaking?
H4: selects and develops subject matter and forms in particular ways as
representations in artmaking
Have you selected an appropriate subject matter to represent your ideas? Do you have evidence of experimentation with media, drawings or annotated sketches that show how your initial ideas can be adopted through the subject matter and forms.
H5: demonstrates conceptual strength in the production of a
body of work that exhibits coherence and may be interpreted
in a range of ways
Do your initial ideas and work reveal conceptual strength and meaning items of representations and holding a position in your interpretations?
1. You must submit a body of work
The development of your body of work should demonstrate a practical and theoretical understanding of art...
Art Essays essays:
Review of the play The play titled All My Sons written by Arthur Miller seemed to be an ordinary story but in actuality held a deep hidden meaning. I feel that it was not rally on the surface, but once you analyze it more closely, it could be easily found. The author wrote the play in a sense that ...
... in the end I felt the whole exhibition was excellent, and it has succeeded in opening my eyes to great art and how to define it.
... art. Having said this, I disagree with the premise that art has had periodic cycles of prosperity and decline. It is true however that some works of art are more impressive than others but as a whole, I see art in a state ... . With the rise of Christianity in Europe, art and the cultural ideal of beauty ...
... mass produced and flexible to use. These affected American cities profoundly by allowing greater density ... concerned solely with monumental projects glorifying the state and giant civic structures expressing the ... Link the whole shift to modernism in art with its eradication of representation beyond ...
... the shock of Goya's work. The advancement of time has given Europe a chance to broaden its perspectives, and become more open-minded ... reclining female nude has been a recurring image in the history of European art. Each artist through time approaches the subject in a different, individualized ...