CONCEPTUAL QUALITIES (and experimentation, cliché, objet trouvé & the senses)

Conceptual art can be stimulating, provocative and even fun, so it’s no surprise that DP visual arts students occasionally upload files for their final assessment  that have an emphasis on idea and concept rather than, say, technical skill. They are often in the form of a found object – a feather, a glove, a light-bulb, a chess piece, rubbish, a clock, a computer circuit board, dead flowers - not forgetting, of course, Barbie (etc.) They all represent something and - given the ...

The FINAL VERSION of the Visual Arts Guide is here!

Hello teachers! Well, the final version of our new visual arts guide has finally been published, and can be found on the OCC. To save you the trouble of carefully reading and comparing the ‘Pre-publication’ version and the new final version to see if there are any changes, I can tell you that there is one significant difference between the pre-pub and the final: in the assessment critereia, to be precise the EXHIBITION CRITERIA In the OLD Pre-publication guide Part 3: Exhibition OLD VERSION SL ...