Outcome Chart - British Columbia - Graphic Arts 11


Students are expected to be able to do the following:

Explore and create

  • Create graphic artworks for a specific audience
  • Explore artistic possibilities and cross-cultural perspectives
  • Develop skills and techniques related to a variety of styles and technologies
  • Demonstrate active engagement in creating graphic artworks and resolving creative challenges
  • Intentionally select and combine materials, processes, and technologies to convey ideas
  • Explore contributions of traditional and innovative graphic artists from a variety of movements and context.

Reason and reflect

  • Examine the influences of a variety of contexts on graphic artworks

Communicate and document

  • Document, share, and appreciate graphic artworks in a variety of contexts
  • Demonstrate awareness of self, others, and place through art making
  • Express thoughts and emotions through graphic artworks
  • Communicate about and respond to social and environmental issues through graphic artworks

Connect and expand

  • Create graphic artworks to reflect personal voice, story, and values
  • Explore the reciprocal relationships between graphic arts, culture, and society

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Students are expected to know the following:

  • image development strategies
  • creative processes
  • roles of artist and audience
  • influences of visual culture in social and other media
  • moral rights and the ethics of cultural appropriation and plagiarism
  • health and safety protocols and procedures

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