AR3000 - Painting - NCEA Level 3 (course endorsement available)

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What is Art?

Visual arts is a subject that allows ākonga to express and develop their creativity, while developing their knowledge and skills. Ākonga create their own artworks while learning about the work of other artists and the cultural and social contexts that these artworks reflect. Ākonga can study visual arts to gain qualifications or to explore their interest in art.

What this course involves

In Level 3 Painting, ākonga study, develop and produce a body of work. They learn to critically engage, evaluate and investigate artistic procedures and practices. Researching the work of contemporary artists informs the development of their own ideas. Ākonga can produce a body of work in Painting by completing the two internals culminating in the portfolio external standard. Although the emphasis is on painting, ākonga work can demonstrate influences from design, printmaking, sculpture and photography.

New Zealand Scholarship exams are designed to extend very high-achieving Level 3 ākonga. Those who wish to enter the New Zealand Scholarship exam in this subject must discuss this option with their Te Kura subject kaiako.

Delivery Modes

Recommended prior learning

NCEA Level 2 Visual Art course or equivalent.

National qualifications available in this course

Standard Description Version Credits Assessment L1 Lit/Num UE Lit/Num Vocational Pathways
91446 Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to painting 2 4 Internal
CrCreative Industries recommended standard
91451 Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established painting practice 2 4 Internal
CrCreative Industries recommended standard
91456 Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within painting practice 2 14 External
CrCreative Industries recommended standard