Indigenous Culture Arts, Material and Technologies
Year 2 – Creating Art
Students learn how their ideas or subject matter can be developed through different forms, styles, techniques, materials and technologies. They explore how and why artworks are created and ways to use and apply visual conventions such as line, shape, colour and texture. Students develop an understanding of how art can be effectively displayed at an exhibition. As a viewer, they respond to visual artworks and consider the artists’ intent and viewpoint, as well as their own. As an artist, they express their ideas through various creations and learn how to write an artist’s statement to welcome others to their art.
In Lessons 1 to 17, students learn to:
- describe where and why artworks are made
- recognise the elements of art
- identify ways to respond to and discuss artwork
- write an artist statement to introduce people to the art that has been created
- express ideas through drawing
- express imagination through painting
- express imagination through sculpting
- make patterns using prints
- identify fibers in art
- identify digital images as art
- express ideas through digital images
- identify collage as art
- express ideas through collage
- complete the end of unit task
- identify where and why art is presented
- prepare for their art exhibition.
- Knowledge and Understanding Test (Lesson 18)
- Art Exhibition (Lesson 18)
- Assessment Task: Art Exhibition (Lessons 14–15)
Complete This Unit
Lesson 1: Art History
Lesson 2: Indigenous Art
Lesson 3: Art Techniques
Lesson 4: Elements of Art
Lesson 5: Discussing Art
Lesson 6: Artists Statements
Lesson 7: Creating Drawings
Lesson 8: Creating Paintings
Lesson 9: Creating Sculptures
Lesson 10: Creating Prints
Lesson 11: Creating with Fibres
Lesson 12: Creating Digital Images
Lesson 13: Creating Collage
Lesson 14: Art Task
Lesson 15: Art Task
Lesson 16: Exhibiting Art
Lesson 17: Preparing for the Exhibition
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