Teacher in Charge: Ms L. MurphyRecommended Prior Learning
Year 11 Art, Year 11 Photography, Year 11 Graphics
Students are able to apply for entry into the 12ADE course if they completed 10ARC or 10 ART. See the TIC of design Ms Murphy.
Digital and graphic design skills are highly visible and important in today's society. Design, illustration and typography are everywhere around us and they make up much of our digital environment. Level 2 Art Design is a fun, creative course which will develop practical and conceptual design skills including:
At the start of the year the class works through a range of intro tasks together. Students then decide on their folio board focus for the year (within a certain brief). Students are guided to investigate design and illustration styles that suit their strengths and use these to inform the development of a logo design, image making, poster and double page spread design throughout the rest of the year. All of their design work, builds towards a folio board submission in Term Four. There are regular check in dates to help students to manage their time and progress throughout the year.
Students are encouraged to use paper and digital design journals to develop their ideas and thinking skills throughout the year. Creative experimentation. practice with computer skills and regular visual research looking at designers and artists are all important to help students to extend their ideas and skills.
Intro to design and Adobe software.
Typography and Logo Design basics.
Drawing and creative thinking tasks.
Developing an idea for your folio board.
Internal Assessment: 2.2
Illustration and image making to convey your idea.
Internal Asessment 2.3
Layout Designs (Double page spread)
Editing and improving your 12 credit folio board and printing your work.
Finalise and submit your 12 credit folio board with your developed idea and design pieces on it.
The Year 12 Art Design course is a prerequisite for Year 13 Design and scholarship. It is an important foundation for any visual or creative career - particularly in Architecture, Graphic Design and Visual Arts including Spatial, Digital, Multi-Media, Moving Image, Animation, Illustration, Interior, Jewelry, Media, Fashion, Film, Publishing, Web Development, Advertising, Marketing.
Animator/Digital Artist, Architect, Architectural Technician, Artist, Artistic Director, Film and Video Editor, Film/Television Camera Operator, Urban/Regional Planner, Fashion Designer, Graphic Designer, Interior Designer, Make-up Artist, Director (Film, Television, Radio or Stage), Media Producer, Primary School Teacher, Tertiary Lecturer, Marketing SpecialistCourse Costs and Equipment/ Stationery requirements
Students taking this course will produce products that will be taken home and therefore will be asked to pay the Take Home Contribution of $50 for the cost of printing paper and materials. In addition we strongly recommend that students need to purchase a USB or Hard Drive to save their digital work and purchase design equipment as listed in stationery.
|Take Home Contribution||Non-Voluntary||$50.00|
We aim to enable every student to have the course that they prefer, however, some courses have limited places or pre-requisits that may restrict the student's choice.