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Foundation in Visual Arts III (15+ years) - MQF Level 3 - Visual and Performing Arts

Duration
32 weeks commencing from October 2018
Entry Requirements
A date will be set in September for the reviewing of the applicant's drawings and paintings.
Learning Outcomes

This module at level 3 provides learners a context for studio practice where they will strengthen visual art skills and also grow on a personal level creatively. Throughout this year, learners will be offered the opportunity to carry out well defined and complex tasks with relative established autonomy. Learners will be given innovative technical knowledge and competences to execute work in both the two dimensional and the three dimensional artistic expression. By the end of the year, learners will be more equipped to explore different ways of interpretation and completion of tasks, assessing and evaluating thematic and personal projects, developing visual research based on brainstorming, ability to select and be experimental.

 
1. Identify key artists and artworks as contextual references related to a given theme.
2. Create art work through an experimental and explorative process using drawing, painting and 3D techniques.
3. Develop a personal project through a chosen theme.
4. Create and maintain a complete portfolio of work. 
Methods of Teaching
N/A
General Objectives

N/A

Assessment/Feedback
Class-based tasks and discussions, visual journals, rubric, self-assessment tasks, portfolios, projects and in conclusion an end of year exhibition.
Certification/Award
Applied Qualification in Visual Arts (MQF Level 3)
Access to next level of education/training
N/A
Code
Venue
Tutor/s
Start/End Date
Days and Time
MSA009Malta School of ArtN/A01/10/2018 - 14/06/2019Monday 17:00-19:30, Thursday 17:00-19:30
GSA009Visual & Performing Arts School GozoN/A01/10/2018 - 31/05/2019Monday 16:00-18:30, Friday 16:00-18:30

 By end of December 2018 student must be 15 years or older.

As acceptance in the course is on a first come first served basis your application may fall under the waiting list should the number of applied students reach the maximum allowed in a class.