Visual Art

The Visual Art program is developed according to requirements outlined in AusVELS.
Arts learning explores the two main areas of Creating & Making and Exploring & Responding to art.

Creating and Making focuses on students exploring a variety of art elements, skills, techniques, processes, media, materials, equipment and technologies in a range of art forms including: drawing, ceramics, sculpture, painting, construction, printmaking, textiles and collage.

Exploring & Responding to Art requires students to look at and discuss traditional and contemporary art works from a range of times, places and cultures. This becomes inspiration and starting points for practical activities.

Children develop an arts language to describe their own and others work.