Art (Fine Art) at Hemsworth Arts and Community Academy
Duration: 2 Years What will I Study?
The main emphasis is on personal development and building up of a portfolio, both for assessment and progression onto higher levels. This is achieved through the development of drawing and painting skills and gradual development of more individual ways of working. Artists’ work, both traditional and contemporary, plays an important role in the development of coursework and thereby encourages the students to broaden their subject knowledge and understanding. Specialist staff provide regular constructive feedback and, as the course develops, students develop an increasingly confident and independent approach to their studies. Students would be expected to develop skills in working independently, both in and out of timetabled sessions.
Each student is encouraged to interpret the set projects in their own personal way. The facilities allow for a range of two dimensional work, particularly drawing, painting, graphic design, some textile art and related areas of study.
Students should hold a minimum of 5 A* - C GCSE grades (or the new Grades 4 - 9) including Grade B (Grade 5+) Art GCSE
A willingness to produce and develop more ambitious art in line with A Level expectations.
A willingness to make the most of free time to extend and develop scope of work and to ensure deadlines are met.
Portfolio: a collection of coursework carried out during the A Level course
No compulsory examination, tuition or material fees will be charged.
Many students go on to Higher Education courses and careers that make use of Art and Design `A` Level. These include: Product Design, Teaching, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Architecture and Textiles.
Students will be taught by at least two teachers who will employ a variety of methods to enable students to achieve their potential.
How to apply
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