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  • Author(s) Beth Harcourt
  • Edition1
  • Published1st January 2015
  • PublisherImpact Publishing
  • ISBN9781925207224
A new edition for students undertaking Units 3 and 4 of the Year 12 ATAR Visual Arts Course in secondary schools, this book presents all of the essential content required for the syllabus. The book includes artworks that are all in the Art Gallery of Western Australia and provides several themes through which to explore ideas and make unique artworks. The full colour book is packed with information and student-centred activities, presented in such a way that students can work through the book independently to solve problems and artmaking issues, and complete the activities and reflections to meet the assessment requirements of the course.

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  • Author(s) Beth Harcourt
  • Edition1
  • Published1st January 2015
  • PublisherImpact Publishing
  • ISBN9781925207224
A new edition for students undertaking Units 3 and 4 of the Year 12 ATAR Visual Arts Course in secondary schools, this book presents all of the essential content required for the syllabus. The book includes artworks that are all in the Art Gallery of Western Australia and provides several themes through which to explore ideas and make unique artworks. The full colour book is packed with information and student-centred activities, presented in such a way that students can work through the book independently to solve problems and artmaking issues, and complete the activities and reflections to meet the assessment requirements of the course.
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