For Assessment students will be expected to:
(in a variety of media selected from the art-making forms table)
Combining all they have learned from visual arts in context, visual arts methods and communicating visual arts core syllabus areas
Comparative study: Students analyse and compare different artworks by different artists. This independent critical and contextual investigation explores artworks, objects and artifacts from differing cultural contexts. Students compare at least 3 different artworks, by at least 2 different artists, with commentary over 10–15 screens.
Process portfolio: Students submit carefully selected materials, which evidence their experimentation, exploration, manipulation and refinement of a variety of visual arts activities during the two-year course. Students submit 9–18 screens. The submitted work should be in at least two different art-making forms
Exhibition: Students submit for assessment a selection of resolved artworks from their exhibition. The selected pieces should show evidence of their technical accomplishment during the visual arts course and an understanding of the use of materials, ideas and practices appropriate to visual communication. Students submit 4–7 pieces with exhibition text for each, along with a curatorial rationale (400 words maximum).