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YEAR 1

Comparative Study
Journal Development

Process Portfolio
Journal Development

Exhibition (studio Work)

Teacher Directed

Analyse 1 Artwork
Four Step Critique Process
Review Elements & Principles

Winter Break
Analyze 2 Artworks + Compare and Contrast
Four Step Critique Process
Design a screen

Analyze 2 Artworks + Compare and Contrast


Review and Refine with feedback from teacher
focussing on Cultural Context and Function & Purpose

Students begin to make personal choices from Teacher suggestions

Teacher shares IB exemplars


of the CS from the OCC.

Students engage in first complete draft of CS.

Students complete their first full CS.


(on-going: students may add Making
connections to their own art making
practice slides)

Possible Gallery visit, creative and informative Artist Pages (critical investigation of artists, artworks, and artisitic genres.

Possible Gallery visit, creative and informative Artist Pages (critical investigation of artists, artworks, and artisitic genres.)

Per Project: 2 screens Skills, Techniques, Processes


1 screen Critical Investigation
1 screen Communicating Intentions (Concept)
1 screen Reviewing, Refining, Reflecting

Per Project: 2 screens Skills, Techniques, Processes


1 screen Critical Investigation
1 screen Communicating Intentions (Concept)
1 screen Reviewing, Refining, Reflecting

Experimentation, Rough Drafts, Tests, Observational Drawings, Colour Studies, project rationales, final reflections

Students begin to formulate personal conceptual direction, media choices, and stylistic intentions

Review Elements & Principles


Foundational Media & Techniques

3-5 resolved studio projects,


media workshops to introduce/build skills

2 + formal critiques

Studio Work
@ home (?)

3-5 Student Directed resolved projects,


media exploration workshops to continue skill building

TEACHERS should book an exhibition space and plan the mounting (surface) options, as the phyiscal availability of space
and furnishings will of course be crucial knowledge for students to have while planning their exhibitions.

SUMMER BREAK Studient Directed studio Work @ home (?)

YEAR 2
Comparative Study
Journal Development

Process Portfolio
Journal Development

Exhibition (studio Work)

Student Directed
Students complete their first full CS.
(on-going: students should add Making
connections to their own art making
practice slides)

Crunch Time!
Students may now be ready to design and execute their own CS based on prior
drafts/experience. This may well be the final CS they submit for external assessment.
It can be reviewed and refined this year prior to the April deadlines.

Finalize the CS for submission.


(HL+SL 10-15, HL plus3-5)

Possible Gallery visit, begin to draft possible physical arrangements for their own exhibition
Students will begin the process of selecting and/or designing final process portfolio screens (HL 13-25, SL 9-18)
They should also take stock of where the gaps may be while there is still time to address any weaknesses.
Teachers may set up one on one meetings with students to review there PP slides thus far.

Final selection and/or design of process portfolio screens


(HL 13-25, SL 9-18)

Students should complete a draft of their CURATORIAL STATEMENT that can be reviewed and refined this year.
For many schools this may be the last term to create new studio works. By now students will likely have a personal direction strongly
established. Students may need to be encouraged or directed to ensure they are demonstrating a clear connection between their
studio practice and their CS investigations.
TEACHERS should finalise exhibition space and mounting (surface) options as the phyiscal availability of space and furnishings
will of course be crucial knowledge for students to have while planning their exhibitions.

Studio Work
@ home (?)

Mounting and Documenting the Final Exhibition installation.


Documenting Studio Works for submission (HL 8-11, SL 4-7)
Finalising 500 character exhibition text labels/plates.
Finalising Curatorial Statement (HL 700 words , SL 400 words)