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EXPRESSIVE FORMS

EXPRESSIVE FORMS

Visual Arts students learn about the resolution of material, physical and virtual properties of the twelve expressive forms and their significance and meanings within the traditions of the visual arts. As they develop their artmaking practice, students learn how to work in the range of forms and how particular procedures are utilised.

Students also learn about the many aspects of art practice including the potential of materials, processes, techniques, styles and qualities used to create a Body of Work. In the HSC year, students develop and focus their artmaking practice by producing a Body of Work in one of the twelve expressive forms for submission in the Visual Arts practical examination.