Outcome Chart - British Columbia - Arts Studio 10

Curricular Competencies

Students will be able to:

Explore and create

  • Create artistic works using sensory inspiration, imagination, and inquiry
  • Explore artistic possibilities and take creative risks
  • Create artistic works with an audience in mind
  • Express meaning, intent, and emotion through visual art
  • Develop and refine artistic skills in a variety of styles and movements
  • Demonstrate safe and responsible use of materials, tools, and work space

Reason and reflect

  • Describe and analyze how artists use materials, technologies, processes, and environments in art making
  • Recognize and evaluate design choices in artistic creations
  • Develop personal answers to aesthetic questions
  • Reflect on the influences of a variety of contexts on artistic works

Communicate and document

  • Document, share, and appreciate works of art in a variety of contexts
  • Demonstrate respect for self, others, and place
  • Communicate ideas through art making
  • Communicate and respond to social and environmental issues through visual art

Connect and expand

  • Explore First Peoples perspectives and knowledge, other ways of knowing, and local cultural knowledge through artistic works
  • Create artistic works that demonstrate personal, cultural, and historical contexts

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  • elements of visual art
  • principles of design
  • image development strategies
  • materials, techniques, and technologies
  • creative processes
  • use of symbols and metaphors to represent ideas and perspectives
  • role of the artist and audience
  • influence of visual culture on self-perception and identity
  • traditional and contemporary First Peoples worldviews, stories, and history as expressed through visual arts
  • role of visual art in social justice issues
  • contributions of traditional, innovative, and intercultural artists
  • ethics of cultural appropriation and plagiarism

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