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Fine Art at Moulsham High School

Course description

Fine Art A’ level is a two year course which builds upon the approaches inherent in Art GCSE combining practical work with historical, critical and contextual studies. These will be supported by the use of sketchbooks, first-hand experience of relevant works of art, craft and design and any other form of appropriate evidence. The course enables candidates to develop their own personal responses and explore the relationship between their own ideas and those of others. As the course progresses candidates will increase their responsibility for learning by initiating their own starting points.

Candidates are required to work in one or more areas of Fine Art:

a) Drawing and Painting

b) Mixed media

c) Sculpture

d) Printmaking

Fine Art A’ level is a two year course which builds upon the approaches inherent in Art GCSE combining practical work with historical, critical and contextual studies. These will be supported by the use of sketchbooks, first-hand experience of relevant works of art, craft and design and any other form of appropriate evidence. The course enables candidates to develop their own personal responses and explore the relationship between their own ideas and those of others. As the course progresses candidates will increase their responsibility for learning by initiating their own starting points.

Candidates are required to work in one or more areas of Fine Art:

a) Drawing and Painting

b) Mixed media

c) Sculpture

d) Printmaking

Entry requirements

Candidates will need to have achieved at least a B grade in GCSE Art and Design.

Assessment

Each unit will be assessed separately. All units will be marked by the Centre and moderated by AQA.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Moulsham High School directly.

Last updated date: 05 October 2017

Key information

  • Start date: Next September

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