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Folio: Bronte Green – VCE Studio Arts


Unit 3 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 1

Preparation of an exploration proposal and work plan that formulates the content and parameters of an individual studio process.

Bronte’s exploration proposal and work plan use art terminology to succinctly develop written and visual material that connects and outlines ideas -“Ordinary People and their everyday lives, and the urban landscape” to explain how her individual studio process will be structured and explored.

Evidence of exploration:

  • Bronte’s exploration proposal is in the range of 1000 – 1500 words. Visual material including artworks by David Hockney, are cited and referenced to support the ideas, subject matter and conceptual possibilities explained in the exploration proposal.
  • The exploration proposal and work plan are placed at the start of the Unit 3 Visual Diary.

Unit 3 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 1

Preparation of an exploration proposal and work plan that formulates the content and parameters of an individual studio process.

Bronte’s exploration proposal addresses the following content:

  • The focus and subject matter to be developed. – “The ordinary”
  • The art forms through which the studio process will be developed.
  • The analysis and interpretation of sources of inspiration relevant to student ideas conceptual possibilities.
  • The use of art elements, art principles and aesthetic qualities to be investigated the materials and techniques to be explored and developed planning of the studio process.
  • At the end of the exploration proposal, there is a work plan that provides a weekly overview to explain how the studio process will be structured and managed – this is also updated along the way in the studio process.
  • Learning outcomes
  • Individual studio process

Unit 3 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 1

Preparation of an exploration proposal and work plan that formulates the content and parameters of an individual studio process.

Bronte’s exploration proposal addresses the following content:

  • The focus and subject matter to be developed. – “The ordinary”
  • The art forms through which the studio process will be developed.
  • The analysis and interpretation of sources of inspiration relevant to student ideas conceptual possibilities.
  • The use of art elements, art principles and aesthetic qualities to be investigated the materials and techniques to be explored and developed planning of the studio process.
  • At the end of the exploration proposal, there is a work plan that provides a weekly overview to explain how the studio process will be structured and managed – this is also updated along the way in the studio process.
  • Learning outcomes
  • Individual studio process

Unit 3 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 1

Preparation of an exploration proposal and work plan that formulates the content and parameters of an individual studio process.

Bronte’s exploration proposal addresses the following content:

  • The focus and subject matter to be developed. – “The ordinary”
  • The art forms through which the studio process will be developed.
  • The analysis and interpretation of sources of inspiration relevant to student ideas conceptual possibilities.
  • The use of art elements, art principles and aesthetic qualities to be investigated the materials and techniques to be explored and developed planning of the studio process.
  • At the end of the exploration proposal, there is a work plan that provides a weekly overview to explain how the studio process will be structured and managed – this is also updated along the way in the studio process.
  • Learning outcomes
  • Individual studio process

Unit 3 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 1

Preparation of an exploration proposal and work plan that formulates the content and parameters of an individual studio process.

Bronte’s exploration proposal addresses the following content:

  • The focus and subject matter to be developed. – “The ordinary”
  • The art forms through which the studio process will be developed.
  • The analysis and interpretation of sources of inspiration relevant to student ideas conceptual possibilities.
  • The use of art elements, art principles and aesthetic qualities to be investigated the materials and techniques to be explored and developed planning of the studio process.
  • At the end of the exploration proposal, there is a work plan that provides a weekly overview to explain how the studio process will be structured and managed – this is also updated along the way in the studio process.
  • Learning outcomes
  • Individual studio process

Unit 3 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 1

Preparation of an exploration proposal and work plan that formulates the content and parameters of an individual studio process.

Bronte’s exploration proposal addresses the following content:

  • The focus and subject matter to be developed. – “The ordinary”
  • The art forms through which the studio process will be developed.
  • The analysis and interpretation of sources of inspiration relevant to student ideas conceptual possibilities.
  • The use of art elements, art principles and aesthetic qualities to be investigated the materials and techniques to be explored and developed planning of the studio process.
  • At the end of the exploration proposal, there is a work plan that provides a weekly overview to explain how the studio process will be structured and managed – this is also updated along the way in the studio process.
  • Learning outcomes
  • Individual studio process

Unit 3 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 1

Preparation of an exploration proposal and work plan that formulates the content and parameters of an individual studio process.

Bronte’s exploration proposal addresses the following content:

  • The focus and subject matter to be developed. – “The ordinary”
  • The art forms through which the studio process will be developed.
  • The analysis and interpretation of sources of inspiration relevant to student ideas conceptual possibilities.
  • The use of art elements, art principles and aesthetic qualities to be investigated the materials and techniques to be explored and developed planning of the studio process.
  • At the end of the exploration proposal, there is a work plan that provides a weekly overview to explain how the studio process will be structured and managed – this is also updated along the way in the studio process.
  • Learning outcomes
  • Individual studio process

Unit 3 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 1

Preparation of an exploration proposal and work plan that formulates the content and parameters of an individual studio process

Bronte’s mind mapping (exploration of ideas) addresses the following content:

  • The focus and subject matter to be developed.
  • The ideas to be explored.
  • The art forms through which the studio process will be developed.
  • And developed planning of the studio process.
  • Thoughts and ideas about explorations

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 2

Interpretation of and response to sources of inspiration to explore, develop and refine ideas throughout the studio process

  • Evidence of exploration, development and refinement: There are written and visual references in the form of annotations and citations that explain how artistic and personal influences will be used and interpreted throughout the studio process.
  • Visual material including artworks David Hockney and Clara Adolphs is cited and referenced to support the ideas, subject matter and conceptual possibilities discussed in the visual diary.
  • All forms of Inspiration and influences are clearly linked to the ideas expressed in the exploration proposal.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 2

Interpretation of and response to sources of inspiration to explore, develop and refine ideas throughout the studio process.

Evidence of exploration, development, and refinement:

  • There are written and visual references in the form of annotations and citations that explain how artistic and personal influences will be used and interpreted throughout the studio process.
  • All forms of Inspiration and influences are clearly linked to the ideas expressed in the exploration proposal.
  • Annotation that includes reflection on the process Bronte is trialling and developing.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 2

Interpretation of and response to sources of inspiration to explore, develop and refine ideas throughout the studio process.

Evidence of exploration, development, and refinement:

  • There are written and visual references in the form of annotations and citations that explain how artistic and personal influences will be used and interpreted throughout the studio process.
  • All forms of Inspiration and influences are clearly linked to the ideas expressed in the exploration proposal.
  • Annotation that includes reflection on the process Bronte is trialling and developing.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 2

Interpretation of and response to sources of inspiration to explore, develop and refine ideas throughout the studio process.

Evidence of exploration, development, and refinement:

  • There are written and visual references in the form of annotations and citations that explain how artistic and personal influences will be used and interpreted throughout the studio process.
  • All forms of Inspiration and influences are clearly linked to the ideas expressed in the exploration proposal.
  • Annotation that includes reflection on the process Bronte is trialling and developing.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 2

Exploration of conceptual possibilities in the studio process that develops individual and personal subject matter as discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.

A range of related conceptual possibilities has been clarified and documented to explore, develop and refine individual and personal subject matter and ideas in a studio process.

Evidence of exploration, development, and refinement:

  • Exploration of conceptual possibilities linked to the selection and development of individual and personal subject matter discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.
  • In response to conceptual possibilities, a range of personal and individual subject matter has been progressively explored, developed, and refined through documentation in the studio process.
  • Bronte has clearly discussed her ideas and explained these through her detailed discussion about using ordinary people – her grandad – and she has mind mapped ideas about her grandad to help her create her imagery.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criteria 3

Exploration of conceptual possibilities in the studio process that develops individual and personal subject matter as discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.

Evidence of exploration, development and refinement:

  • Exploration of conceptual possibilities linked to the selection and development of individual and personal subject matter discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.
  • In response to conceptual possibilities, a range of personal and individual subject matter has been progressively explored, developed, and refined through documentation in the studio process.
  • Bronte has explored aspects of her grandfather in the mundane aspects of his life – the mug, the arrowroot biscuit, and the teabag.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 3

Exploration of conceptual possibilities in the studio process that develops individual and personal subject matter as discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.

Evidence of exploration, development and refinement:

  • Exploration of conceptual possibilities linked to the selection and development of individual and personal subject matter discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.
  • In response to conceptual possibilities, a range of personal and individual subject matter has been progressively explored, developed, and refined through documentation in the studio process.
  • Bronte has explored aspects of her grandfather in the mundane aspects of his life – the mug, the arrowroot biscuit, and the teabag.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 3

Exploration of conceptual possibilities in the studio process that develops individual and personal subject matter as discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.

Evidence of exploration, development and refinement:

  • Exploration of conceptual possibilities linked to the selection and development of individual and personal subject matter discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.
  • In response to conceptual possibilities, a range of personal and individual subject matter has been progressively explored, developed, and refined through documentation in the studio process.
  • Bronte is exploring images of her family and using these as inspiration for her subject matter.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 3

Exploration of conceptual possibilities in the studio process that develops individual and personal subject matter as discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.

Evidence of exploration, development and refinement:

  • Exploration of conceptual possibilities linked to the selection and development of individual and personal subject matter discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.
  • In response to conceptual possibilities, a range of personal and individual subject matter has been progressively explored, developed, and refined through documentation in the studio process.
  • Bronte is exploring images of her family and using these as inspiration for her subject matter.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 3

Exploration of conceptual possibilities in the studio process that develops individual and personal subject matter as discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.

Evidence of exploration, development and refinement:

  • Exploration of conceptual possibilities linked to the selection and development of individual and personal subject matter discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.
  • In response to conceptual possibilities, a range of personal and individual subject matter has been progressively explored, developed, and refined through documentation in the studio process.
  • Bronte is exploring images of her family and using these as inspiration for her subject matter.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 3

Exploration of conceptual possibilities in the studio process that develops individual and personal subject matter as discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.

Evidence of exploration, development and refinement:

  • Exploration of conceptual possibilities linked to the selection and development of individual and personal subject matter discussed in the exploration proposal and work plan.
  • In response to conceptual possibilities, a range of personal and individual subject matter has been progressively explored, developed, and refined through documentation in the studio process.
  • Bronte is exploring images of her family and using these as inspiration for her subject matter.

Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 3

Apply skills to explore art elements, art principles, materials, techniques and processes that communicate individual ideas and demonstrate aesthetic qualities.

Considered and accomplished application of skills in the exploration and refinement of art elements and principles, materials, techniques, processes, and aesthetic qualities that demonstrate connections between art form/s and individual ideas.

Evidence of exploration, development, and refinement:

  • Bronte explores materials and a range of techniques that are discussed in the exploration proposal.
  • Art elements and art principles are used to demonstrate aesthetic qualities relating to the ordinary of the everyday and the mundane.
  • Throughout the visual diary, the application and refinement of skills in the use of materials, techniques, and processes relevant to painting and drawing are evident.
  • The use washes using the gouache is discussed this relates to the aspect of the materials, techniques and processes help to demonstrate aesthetic qualities and develop a visual language.
  • Bronte discusses the compositions, and use of the colour pallet to achieve her desired aesthetic.
  • Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 4

    Apply skills to explore art elements, art principles, materials, techniques and processes that communicate individual ideas and demonstrate aesthetic qualities.

    Considered and accomplished application of skills in the exploration and refinement of art elements and principles, materials, techniques, processes, and aesthetic qualities that demonstrate connections between art form/s and individual ideas.

    Evidence of exploration, development, and refinement:

  • Bronte explores materials and a range of techniques that are discussed in the exploration proposal.
  • Art elements and art principles are used to demonstrate aesthetic qualities relating to the ordinary of the everyday and the mundane.
  • Throughout the visual diary, the application and refinement of skills in the use of materials, techniques, and processes relevant to painting and drawing are evident.
  • The use washes using the gouache is discussed this relates to the aspect of the materials, techniques and processes help to demonstrate aesthetic qualities and develop a visual language.
  • Bronte discusses the compositions, and use of the colour pallet to achieve her desired aesthetic.
  • Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 4

    Apply skills to explore art elements, art principles, materials, techniques and processes that communicate individual ideas and demonstrate aesthetic qualities.

    Considered and accomplished application of skills in the exploration and refinement of art elements and principles, materials, techniques, processes, and aesthetic qualities that demonstrate connections between art form/s and individual ideas.

    Evidence of exploration, development, and refinement:

  • Bronte explores materials and a range of techniques that are discussed in the exploration proposal.
  • Art elements and art principles are used to demonstrate aesthetic qualities relating to the ordinary of the everyday and the mundane.
  • Throughout the visual diary, the application and refinement of skills in the use of materials, techniques, and processes relevant to painting and drawing are evident.
  • The use washes using the gouache is discussed this relates to the aspect of the materials, techniques and processes help to demonstrate aesthetic qualities and develop a visual language.
  • Bronte discusses the compositions, and use of the colour pallet to achieve her desired aesthetic.
  • Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 4

    Apply skills to explore art elements, art principles, materials, techniques and processes that communicate individual ideas and demonstrate aesthetic qualities.

    Considered and accomplished application of skills in the exploration and refinement of art elements and principles, materials, techniques, processes, and aesthetic qualities that demonstrate connections between art form/s and individual ideas.

    Evidence of exploration, development, and refinement:

  • Bronte explores materials and a range of techniques that are discussed in the exploration proposal.
  • Art elements and art principles are used to demonstrate aesthetic qualities relating to the ordinary of the everyday and the mundane.
  • Throughout the visual diary, the application and refinement of skills in the use of materials, techniques, and processes relevant to painting and drawing are evident.
  • The use washes using the gouache is discussed this relates to the aspect of the materials, techniques and processes help to demonstrate aesthetic qualities and develop a visual language.
  • Bronte discusses the compositions, and use of the colour pallet to achieve her desired aesthetic.
  • Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 4

    Apply skills to explore art elements, art principles, materials, techniques and processes that communicate individual ideas and demonstrate aesthetic qualities.

    Considered and accomplished application of skills in the exploration and refinement of art elements and principles, materials, techniques, processes, and aesthetic qualities that demonstrate connections between art form/s and individual ideas.

    Evidence of exploration, development, and refinement:

  • Bronte explores materials and a range of techniques that are discussed in the exploration proposal.
  • Art elements and art principles are used to demonstrate aesthetic qualities relating to the ordinary of the everyday and the mundane.
  • Throughout the visual diary, the application and refinement of skills in the use of materials, techniques, and processes relevant to painting and drawing are evident.
  • The use washes using the gouache is discussed this relates to the aspect of the materials, techniques and processes help to demonstrate aesthetic qualities and develop a visual language.
  • Bronte discusses the compositions, and use of the colour pallet to achieve her desired aesthetic.
  • Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 4

    Documentation of exploratory and developmental work in the studio process clarifies ideas to identify and evaluate potential directions.

    Bronte has presented an organised collection of exploratory and developmental work in a visual diary to progressively advance and elaborate upon the individual ideas explained in the exploration proposal and work plan.

    Bronte has identified and evaluated a range of potential directions to clarify and refine individual ideas in the studio process and concisely explain the development of future artworks. These are identified both throughout the folio on blue post it notes and also as a collection which is annotated at the end of the studio process.

    Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 5

    Documentation of exploratory and developmental work in the studio process clarifies ideas to identify and evaluate potential directions.

    Bronte has presented an organised collection of exploratory and developmental work in a visual diary to progressively advance and elaborate upon the individual ideas explained in the exploration proposal and work plan.

    Bronte has identified and evaluated a range of potential directions to clarify and refine individual ideas in the studio process and concisely explain the development of future artworks. These are identified both throughout the folio on blue post it notes and also as a collection which is annotated at the end of the studio process.

    Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 5

    Documentation of exploratory and developmental work in the studio process clarifies ideas to identify and evaluate potential directions.

    Bronte has presented an organised collection of exploratory and developmental work in a visual diary to progressively advance and elaborate upon the individual ideas explained in the exploration proposal and work plan.

    Bronte has identified and evaluated a range of potential directions to clarify and refine individual ideas in the studio process and concisely explain the development of future artworks. These are identified both throughout the folio on blue post it notes and also as a collection which is annotated at the end of the studio process.

    Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 5

    Documentation of exploratory and developmental work in the studio process clarifies ideas to identify and evaluate potential directions.

    Evidence of exploration, development, and refinement:

    • Bronte’s written and visual documentation includes research, trials and experiments relating to the ideas expressed in the exploration proposal and work plan.
    • Bronte’s work is presented in a visual diary.
  • A range of potential directions are clearly numbered and titled and easily identified in the visual diary.
  • The visual diary is dated, and page numbers identified
  • At least two potential directions have been identified and evaluated using art terminology
  • Unit 3 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 5

    Documentation of exploratory and developmental work in the studio process clarifies ideas to identify and evaluate potential directions.

    Bronte has identified and evaluated a range of potential directions to clarify and refine individual ideas in the studio process and concisely explain the development of future artworks.

    Unit 4 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 6

    Use of selected and evaluated potential directions in the resolution of future artworks.

    Use of selected and evaluated potential directions in the resolution of future artworks.

    Potential directions have been considered and analysed to resolve ideas and subject matter that will lead to the cohesive refinement of art elements and principles, aesthetic qualities and materials and techniques in the development of at least two finished artworks.

    Unit 4 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 6

    Use of selected and evaluated potential directions in the resolution of future artworks.

    Use of selected and evaluated potential directions in the resolution of future artworks.

    Potential directions have been considered and analysed to resolve ideas and subject matter that will lead to the cohesive refinement of art elements and principles, aesthetic qualities and materials and techniques in the development of at least two finished artworks.

    Organised and succinct written and visual documentation considers and communicates planning for the resolution of at least two finished artworks.

    Unit 4 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 6

    Use of selected and evaluated potential directions in the resolution of future artworks.

    Evidence of resolution:

    • A brief written outline should be presented at the start of Unit 4 to explain the use of selected Potential Directions and how they will be used to resolve two artworks (This is not included in the word count for the evaluation for Unit 4, Outcome 2).
    • At least two potential directions are used as the basis for the resolution of at least two finished artworks that link to the exploration proposal.
    • Documented planning for the resolution of finished artworks is presented for authentication purposes. Bronte has created a clear plan for the development of her final work.
    • This can be presented at the end of the Unit 3 Visual Diary or in another visual diary, folder or online document that is clearly labelled Unit 4 Authentication Material.

    Unit 4 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 7

    Application of materials, techniques and processes appropriate to the selected art forms and their inherent characteristics in the resolution of at least two finished artworks.

    Application of materials, techniques and processes appropriate to the selected art forms and their inherent characteristics in the resolution of the finished artwork.

    Consistent and refined application of materials, techniques and processes that reflect a comprehensive understanding of the inherent characteristics of the art form/s leading to the development of the finished artwork.

    Evidence of Resolution:

    • Bronte has included imagery of her application of materials and techniques in the resolution of her finished artwork based upon selected and evaluated Potential Directions.
    • Appropriate use of the inherent characteristic of materials relevant to the art form identified in the Exploration Proposal.

    Unit 4 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 7

    Application of materials, techniques and processes appropriate to the selected art forms and their inherent characteristics in the resolution of at least two finished artworks.

    Application of materials, techniques and processes appropriate to the selected art forms and their inherent characteristics in the resolution of the finished artwork.

    Consistent and refined application of materials, techniques and processes that reflect a comprehensive understanding of the inherent characteristics of the art form/s leading to the development of the finished artwork.

    Evidence of Resolution:

    • Bronte has included imagery of her application of materials and techniques in the resolution of her finished artwork based upon selected and evaluated Potential Directions.
    • Appropriate use of the inherent characteristic of materials relevant to the art form identified in the Exploration Proposal.

    Unit 4 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 8

    Demonstration and resolution of aesthetic qualities in relation to the communication and realisation of ideas in the finished artwork.

    Consistent and resolved aesthetic qualities to communicate individual ideas and interpret personal subject matter in her finished artwork.

    Evidence of Resolution:

    • Resolution of aesthetic qualities and personal subject matter to communicate individual ideas in at least two finished artworks through the consistent and considered application of art elements and art principles.
    • Bronte references aesthetic qualities within her work as she works on her final artwork.

    Unit 4 – Outcome 1 – Criterion 9

    Demonstration of the cohesive relationship between at least two finished artworks.

    Evidence of presentation:

    The presentation of the artwork/s is linked to the exploration proposal and studio process by at least two artworks is cohesive and linked by themes and ideas.

    As referenced in the exploration proposal and work plan, the relationship is established by the depiction of subject matter, aesthetic qualities and the application of materials, techniques and processes.

    • Bronte has considered the way her painting will be presented to enhance the artwork and emphasise the connectedness through the choice of subject matter, materials, techniques and aesthetic qualities.
    • Visual and written documentation about these decisions is presented in the Unit 4 Authentication Material.

    Unit 4 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 10

    Written documentation that evaluates and reflects on the studio process.

    The evaluation uses considered art terminology to critique, reflect upon, and justify the studio process selected and to clarify the presentation at least two finished artworks.

    Evidence of Presentation:

    • The evaluation is in the range of 1000- 1500 words.
    • The document includes visual references to the potential directions that form the basis of the one finished artwork.
    • Bronte has clearly labelled each of the potential directions used to develop individual artwork at the start of the evaluation document.
    • The evaluation must be presented at the end of the Unit 4 Authentication Material.

    Unit 4 – Outcome 2 – Criterion 10

    Written documentation that evaluates and reflects on the studio process.

    The evaluation document must include the following:

    • Description of focus subject matter and ideas in the finished artwork.
    • Visual evidence of selected potential directions in the finished artwork.
    • Evaluation of the contribution of potential directions to the resolution of artwork.
    • Analysis of the realisation and communication of ideas in the finished artwork.
    • Evaluation of the resolution of materials, techniques and aesthetic qualities used to communicate ideas.
    • Evaluation of the presentation of at least one artwork.
    • The presentation of one finished artwork does include a discussion of the space the artwork will be displayed, lighting, wall colour and arrangement or sequence of the artwork in the space through illustrations, diagrams, images, or photographs.
    • Bronte addressed all these criteria in her final documentation Evaluation statement.