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- Line and Mark Marking
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Online assignment submission
- Standard Media
- Web links
- Printable format materials
- Resources and Links
- Audio-Video streaming
No eligibility requirements
- EquipmentDetails - Digital Camera and/or Scanner
- OtherDetails -
Art Drawing kits with drawing material
An exploration of the elements and principles of the visual language of drawing. You are encouraged to develop the formal, conceptual, analytical, experimental and expressive use of drawing. Through set projects you will examine the effectiveness of various visual solutions by testing possibilities and experimenting with a range of appropriate media. You will examine the possibilities of drawing in both two dimensional and three dimensional forms.
You must supply your own art materials and have access to a scanner and digital camera for documenting your artwork for assessment.
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- Presentation 1 (35%)
- Portfolio (15%)
- Presentation 2 (50%)
Textbooks are not required.
Bachelor of Arts Fine Art and Visual Culture
- Common Level 1
- Level 1 Major - Fine Art
- Level 1 Major - Visual Culture
- Level 2 Major - Fine Art - Painting
- Level 2 Major - Fine Art - Sculpture
- Level 2 Major - Visual Culture 1
- Level 2 Major - Visual Culture 2
- Level 3 Major - Fine Art
- Level 3 Major - Visual Culture