Year 10 Māori Contemporary Art

10MCA
Course Description

Teacher in Charge: A. Zimmerman

This course will continue to develop students' knowledge range of contemporary Maori art-making techniques. These may include the use of pattern, repetition, story-telling and the use of symbols with meaning. Students will use a range of media to re-create and personalise these: Pencil, indian ink, water-colour and acrylic paint.

They will then look at a range of contemporary Maori artists as well as art making techniques. Students will continue to complete a significant personalised work that integrates a range of alternative art-making techniques and pushes students away from the 2-Dimensional page and into a 3-Dimensional construction: Stencils, screen-printing, woodblock printing and carving, weaving, etc.

This course is for students who like to learn through making.




Pathway

Year 11 Art - Alternative Media, Year 11 Art - Design, Year 11 Art - Illustration, Year 11 Art - Photography, Year 11 Design and Visual Communication - Amazing Spaces, Year 11 Design and Visual Communication - Design Junkies, Year 11 Product and Design - 3D Digital Manufacturing, Year 11 Product and Design - Product and Design 101

Contributions and Equipment

All students need: pens, pencils, ruler, eraser, glue stick, highlighters, coloured pencils, scissors for all classes


Recommended Prior Learning

Open entry


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