EXPLORING ART FOR EDUCATION

EDU3EAE

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Credit points: 15

Subject outline

In the context of art education, students develop and practise concepts and techniques for 2D and 3D Art making, and observational critique. Workshop sessions will provide a hands-on experience in making artworks from a variety of media, and will demonstrate insights into how these practices may be developed further and/or applied to broader contexts. Students will create a portfolio of artefacts and write a negotiated topic essay examining the transition of theory to practice.

SchoolSchool of Education

Credit points15

Subject Co-ordinatorSimon O'Mallon

Available to Study Abroad StudentsYes

Subject year levelYear Level 3 - UG

Exchange StudentsYes

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Readings

Resource TypeTitleResource RequirementAuthor and YearPublisher
ReadingsCamille and the sunflowers: a story about Vincent van GoghRecommendedAnholt, L. 1994MAMMOTH AUSTRALIA. PORT MELBOURNE, VIC
ReadingsDelivering authentic arts educationRecommendedDinham, J. 2011CENGAGE LEARNING. SOUTH MELBOURNE, VIC
ReadingsLuke's way of lookingRecommendedWheatly, N. 1999HODDER HEADLINE AUSTRALIA. RYLDAMERE, NSW
ReadingsOnce upon a pictureRecommendedSwain, S. 2004ALLEN & UNWIN. CROWS NEST, NSW
ReadingsRoy and Matilda: the gallery miceRecommendedVenn, S. 1992EDWINA. CANTERBURY, VIC
ReadingsThe arts and Australian education: Realizing potentialRecommendedEwing, R. 2010AUSTRALIAN COUNCIL FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH. CAMBERWELL, VIC
ReadingsThinking and learning through drawing in primary classroomsRecommendedHope, G. 2008SAGE. LONDON

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