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    Mt Lawley
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    Joondalup
    Mt Lawley
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    4 years full-time or equivalent part-time
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    Education and Arts
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    Education
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    Y68
  • CRICOS:
    074171B
  • Indicative ATAR (TER):
    65
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Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

Minor In Visual Arts Education

This minor will introduce students to working with oil, acrylic and non-conventional painting media; printmaking through etching, collagraph, monoprinting, drypoint, and relief processes; mould making and casting, welding and soft sculpture; and ceramics fabrication techniques and decorative processes.

Units also examine the relationships between art forms, explore art history, and build conceptual skills through studio exercises and set projects.

The Curriculum units investigate materials and processes used in school art programmes, teaching styles and methodologies, and the changing face of visual arts education in Australia.

Minor structure

This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The Visual Arts Education minor will introduce students to working with oil, acrylic and non-conventional painting media; printmaking through etching, collagraph, monoprinting, drypoint, and relief processes; mould making and casting, welding and soft sculpture; and ceramics fabrication techniques and decorative processes. Units also examine the relationships between art forms, explore art history, and build conceptual skills through studio exercises and set projects. The Curriculum units investigate materials and processes used in school art programmes, teaching styles and methodologies, and the changing face of visual arts education in Australia.



Students must complete a total of 90 credit points, consisting of 4 Minor Content Study units and 2 Curriculum Minor units.

UnitDescription Points
Minor Content Study Units
VIS1305Materials and Methods: Approaches to Studio 15
AED1110Introduction to Ceramics 15
VIS2519Painting: Old Country, New Visions 15
VIS2525Printmaking: Mapping Self and World 15
Curriculum Minor Units
AED2203Art Education Foundations 15
AED2303Lower Secondary Art Education (Years 7-9) 15
 

This major can also be studied in the following courses:

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