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It is expected that students will use their senses to perceive the world and respond to images with an awareness of the sources, techniques, and strategies of image development and Design.

It is expected that students will:

  • use vocabulary related to 2-D and 3-D art forms and image development
  • compare a variety of images of a given subject in different media, styles, techniques, and so on
  • analyse a variety of image-development techniques and Design strategies as used by a variety of artists for a variety of purposes
  • identify possible purposes for the creation of given images
  • demonstrate an awareness of ethical considerations associated with reproduction as an image-development strategy
Graciously supplied by Gudrun Heckerott (Abbotsford)
Textbook: None
No Exam
Last Revision: March/09

It is expected that students will use their senses to perceive the world and respond to images with an awareness of the sources, techniques, and strategies of image development and design.

It is expected that students will:

  • identify, compare, and contrast images of a given subject as used in others' work
  • identify a variety of imagery sources and analyse and evaluate image-development strategies used by self, peers, and others
  • analyse the relationship between the form and function of particular 2-D and 3-D images
  • evaluate the effectiveness of the use of particular forms for a particular function
  • demonstrate respect for ethical and legal considerations associated with reproduction as an image-development strategy

This course consists of the

Visual Journal (Completion), and 

4 units: 

Drawing, 

Printmaking, 

Sculpture, and 

Painting

2012 BCLearningNetwork
Textbook: No Textbook Required
Exams: No Exam
Last Revision: Sept/2012