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UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
UNIT 1 Studio Art- Interpreting art ideas and intro
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  • 1. The Creative Process
  • 2. VCE Studio Art-Unit 1 • AOS 1- Developing Art Ideas • T1 and Year start • Visual Diary + Year start artwork • AOS2- Materials and Techniques • T1 and T2 • 2 Artworks + Visual diary • AOS3-Interpretation of Art Ideas and use of materials and techniques-T2 • • • • T3 Short answer questions in class Comparative essay Exam
  • 3. UNIT 1 Studio Art The Creative Cycle IDEA GENERATION EVALUATE and record the exploration and use of materials and techniques •Collect/Create Personal Imagery •Identify inspiration •Other artists work REFLECT Use a range of methods to translate ideas, observations and experiences on ideas and work produced Select, create, organise and use visual reference material to support art making USE INVESTIGATE materials to create a range of visual effects. and explore materials, techniques and art forms EXPLORE RESEARCH the expressive qualities of materials and how they convey your ideas characteristics and properties of materials and techniques
  • 4. Yearstart Creative Cycle Tester IDEA GENERATION • Brainstorm together…. What is Affluenza, issues and ideas surrounding it. • Collect/Create Personal Imagery-Collect images from National Geographic Magazines • Identify inspiration from other artists -Look at other collage artists and how they explore ideas, find images that you think are successful
  • 5. TRANSLATING IDEAS Use a range of methods to translate ideas , observations and experiences Once an artist has decided upon an idea, and looked at inspiration they have many directions which they can take to make art. In studio art you will be EXPECTED to move beyond realism and make art in a number of different ways. Some artists work in 3 or 4 different ways, sometimes only one. We will learn about this in the YEARSTART task, but will reference it throughout UNIT 1, including in the exam
  • 6. Realistic- (Realist Era) Showing people places or things in a way that is true to life. (What we often first aim for, a way we evaluate an artwork, not always the easiest or thebest!)
  • 7. Realistic- (Realist Era) Showing people places or things in a way that is true to life. (What we often first aim for, a way we evaluate an artwork, not always the easiest or the best!) • Often the first reaction that that students will have • Based on an image they collected when looking for ideas • Great starting point, historically but often with students realistic representations will lack depth.. Possibility if you have a HIGH level of drawing skills.
  • 8. ResponsiveReacting or replying to some influence (RESPONDING TO AN ISSUE) Barbara Kruger Reacting or replying the mass media and advertising The theme of body image The insult room her provocative, emotionally charged statements about how people regard and treat each other disrupt the decorum of a traditional museum space. bringing the world into her work and her work into the world, she confronts stereotypes and clichés, shattering them with a rigorous critique, a generous empathy and a sharp wit
  • 9. Expressive Communicating personal feelings, moods or emotions through the use of media, materials or elements • The prophet by Emil Nolde • Thick, quick lines • Downward gives heavy and rushed appearance • The way the line is created is almost more important than the subject matter
  • 10. Ben Quilty-Expressionist painter • Often can still be representational
  • 11. DescriptiveTelling a story or conveying a message through description • Barbara Hanrahan • Naive childlike innocence. Pattern, detail and story
  • 12. InterpretiveIdentifying and explaining meanings from a particularly perspective An artists perspective on war.. Ben Qulity, Shaun Gladwell.. Others…
  • 13. Shaun Gladwell
  • 14. AbstractSomething non representational • Jackson Pollock-American Abstract expressionist 1950’s • “Jack the dripper”
  • 15. Kandinsky
  • 16. AnalyticalCommunicating messages and meanings through a structure • Kruger again She always uses big blocky text, black and white images…
  • 17. Jenny Holtzer • Challenges our everyday truths…… using short statements called truisms…
  • 18. The structure of the short statement in different ways…
  • 19. We will begin by creating a responsive piece…. ResponsiveReacting or replying to some the short video-Affluenza

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