Year 10 Contemporary Māori Art
Teacher in Charge:
This course will continue to develop students' knowledge of Contemporary Maori art-making techniques. Students will critically look at a range of Contemporary Maori artists to understand their mahi and kaupapa. Students will continue to use an inquiry process to plan, design and complete a significant personalised work that integrates a range of alternative art-making techniques.
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- Creativity: You will be challenged to think of alternative solutions, use your own art-making experience to inform your next steps, learn about Maori symbols and patterns to communicate meaning, to complete your own informed mahi.
- Stylized Drawing and Painting techniques: Masking tape, stencilling, transfers, etc.
- Decision Making: You will focus on your favourite contemporary art-making styles and techniques, select Maori artist models that inspire you and make decisions about how you will incorporate these in your own work.
- Alternative Art Making techniques: 3-Dimensional constructions, screen-printing, woodblock printing and carving, weaving, etc.
- Time Management: Use time management skills and use the creative process to meet deadlines.
- Kaupapa Explored:
- Whakawhanaungatanga - Create a korowai inspired cloak that depicts your whānau and whenua.
- Mana Wahine - Personal exploration of powerful Maori women throughout history. Create your artwork inspired by a Wahine Toa of your choice.
- Natural Aotearoa - Explore native flora and fauna using maori artist models and symbols.
- Visual Literacy: Use contemporary Maori symbols and imagery to express your ideas.
Year 10, Art
All resources are supplied for use in class. *If students wish to have their own supply of material to use both in class and at home they may purchase the following: Paint Palette and Lid, No. 0 Taklon Round Paintbrush, No. 4 Taklon Round Paintbrush, 2B and 6B Pencil.