Ceramics is a Board Endorsed non ATAR, 1 unit and 2 unit course.Ceramics Stage 6 is designed to enable students to gain an...
Course StructureThe Ceramics Content Endorsed Course is comprised of eleven modules, twomandatory and nine optional. Schoo...
Assessment of Content Endorsed Courses Stage 6There is no external examination of students in Content EndorsedCourses Stag...
H a n d b u ild in g
   Graphic designer          Beauty therapist   Architect                 Jeweller   Costume maker             Signwrit...
REMEMBER TO SELECT SUBJECTS  THAT YOU ENJOY AND ARE GOOD AT.THINK ABOUT YOUR FUTURE AND POSSIBLE           CAREER CHOICES....
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  1. 1. Ceramics is a Board Endorsed non ATAR, 1 unit and 2 unit course.Ceramics Stage 6 is designed to enable students to gain an increasingaccomplishment and independence in their representation of ideas inceramics and understand and value how ceramics, as a field of practice,invites different interpretations and explanations.Ceramics is the art and technology of forming, firing and glazing clay tomake a range of products. Clay, the basic material used in this process,is inexpensive, abundant and found in many locations throughout theworld. This natural material, which is plastic, malleable and pliant, lendsitself to many applications ranging from building materials to ceramicware, eg plates, bowls and drinking vessels, jewellery, sculptures anddecorative wall surfaces. Various methods can be used to form clay asunique one off handbuilt works, wheel-thrown and cast forms, andthose which are mass produced.
  2. 2. Course StructureThe Ceramics Content Endorsed Course is comprised of eleven modules, twomandatory and nine optional. Schools are able to select from these modules todevelop programs that respond to student needs and interests.These modules include:Mandatory modules: Optional modules:Introduction to Ceramics (Core) Handbuilding ThrowingOccupational Health and Safety Sculptural Forms Kilns Glaze Technology Casting Surface Treatment Mixed Media Ceramics Project
  3. 3. Assessment of Content Endorsed Courses Stage 6There is no external examination of students in Content EndorsedCourses Stage 6. Component Weighting (%) Making 70 Critical and Historical Studies 30
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  5. 5.  Graphic designer Beauty therapist Architect Jeweller Costume maker Signwriter Cartoonist Potter Fashion designer Make-up artist Graphic artist/designer Painter and decorator Web designer Hairdresser Art teacher Florist Photographer Journalist Interior designer Museum curator Advertising manager Archaeologist Illustrator Advertising manager Interior decorator Archaeologist
  6. 6. REMEMBER TO SELECT SUBJECTS THAT YOU ENJOY AND ARE GOOD AT.THINK ABOUT YOUR FUTURE AND POSSIBLE CAREER CHOICES. GOOD LUCK. Visual Arts Faculty

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