Art Painting Level 3

L3VIS
Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mr P. Manu

Recommended Prior Learning

Achievement of: 16 Credits in Level 2 Painting, or Print Making is recommended



The course at this level presupposes that the Level 2 course has been completed satisfactorily by students. Students will study a number of artist models and will be introduced to the artistic philosophies and ideas relevant to the areas of study. A strong emphasis will be placed on the development of drawing skills and approaches to painting and printmaking. Students will produce bodies of work within Print Making or Painting to show understanding of art making methods and ideas with a real world context linking to artists with a professional practice.

Standards are chosen according to the area of specialisation: Print Making or Painting

Where a student wishes to take TWO of the above Level 2 Visual Art subjects, they need permission of Mr. Manu.



Learning Areas:

Visual Arts


Detailed Course Outline
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Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

Specialised Art stationery provided by the Art Department $37


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