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  • Author(s) Beth Harcourt
  • Edition1
  • Published1st January 2016
  • PublisherImpact Publishing
  • ISBN9781925207217
Written specifically for students studying Units 1 and 2 of the Year 11 ATAR Visual Arts Course, in accordance with School Curriculum and Standards Authority guidelines. All aspects of the course are covered - Unit 1: Differences and Unit 2: Identities. This full colour resource that is loaded with information, images that showcase Western Australian contemporary artists, and student-centred activities presented in such a way that students can work through the book independently. Students are encouraged to solve problems and artmaking issues, and by completing the activities and reflections, students will meet the assessment requirements of the course.

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  • Author(s) Beth Harcourt
  • Edition1
  • Published1st January 2016
  • PublisherImpact Publishing
  • ISBN9781925207217
Written specifically for students studying Units 1 and 2 of the Year 11 ATAR Visual Arts Course, in accordance with School Curriculum and Standards Authority guidelines. All aspects of the course are covered - Unit 1: Differences and Unit 2: Identities. This full colour resource that is loaded with information, images that showcase Western Australian contemporary artists, and student-centred activities presented in such a way that students can work through the book independently. Students are encouraged to solve problems and artmaking issues, and by completing the activities and reflections, students will meet the assessment requirements of the course.
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