Art and Design A Level at Sponne School
Fine Art may be defined as work which is produced as an outcome of the students’ personal expression, rather than that which is created exclusively for a practical function or that which is the outcome of a tightly prescribed brief.Work produced for this specification will demonstrate formal elements and creative skills in giving visual form to individual thoughts, feelings, observations and ideas. Students will show evidence of trying to extend their own and others ways of seeing the world.
They will use the visual language of the subject sensitively and thoughtfully to support their intentions. The disciplines most frequently associated with Fine Art are painting, drawing, sculpture and an introduction to printmaking.Students should show evidence of an understanding of the appropriateness of their chosen medium to images and of fitness for purpose. They should be able to realise the full potential of their ideas through the techniques of painting/drawing/printmaking/sculpture.
Grade C in Art
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Sponne School directly.