Perth Modern School
Visual Arts
Students at Perth Modern School can take part in a Visual Arts program which addresses the following learning concepts: 

  • Communicating and developing ideas 
  • Problem solving and skills development in practical areas 
  • Investigating socio-cultural trends both through history and in contemporary society 
  • Reflecting and evaluating personal progress
The students’ Visual Arts experiences include some or all of the following studio areas: 

  • Drawing 
  • Printmaking 
  • Sculpture 
  • Textiles 
  • Ceramics 
  • Graphics
Students respond to Art experiences using processes of enquiry, creative thinking and experimentation. Students are expected to: 

  • Draw and plan in order to communicate ideas 
  • Learn, select and manipulate a range of techniques, skills and processes 
  • Analyse and express opinions about Art works using relevant Art language 
  • Develop understanding and critical awareness of different Art movements and their links to society
The Senior School Visual Arts Curriculum promotes innovative practice and students are encouraged to explore and represent their ideas and gain an awareness of the role that artists and designers play in reflecting, challenging and shaping societal values. Students are encouraged to appreciate the work of other artists and engage in their own art practice.
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