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Photographic and Digital Media Years 7–10: Advice on Programming and Assessment

Outcomes

Specific content focus for this unit

Students learn about:

Making (cont)

photographers, digital artists, photographic agencies and organisations whose photographic and digital work is conditioned by subjective, cultural, structural and postmodern values and beliefs

Students learn to:

Making (cont)

develop subjective, cultural, structural and postmodern approaches to making photographic and digital works

photographic and digital works using a range of materials and techniques in still, interactive and moving forms including their symbolic, representational, physical, material and virtual properties

make photographic and digital works for different audiences, exhibitions, displays, publications and reproduction

the world as a source of ideas to make photographic and digital works

build and develop a portfolio using a range of materials and techniques, and representing various investigations of the world

how photographic and digital artists develop their intentions

plan ways to exhibit, publish and reproduce their work traditionally or according to conventions

the concept of the decisive moment and iconic themes and genres in photographic and digital works

investigate themes and genres to develop a personal style such as landscape, portrait, photojournalism, pictorialism, experimental

belief, value and meaning in making photographic and digital media works informed by the structural frame

the governing structures of theory and production of photographic and digital works

make photographic and digital works that employ codes, signs and symbols

consider how communication is embedded in the material and conceptual organisation of their own photographic and digital works, eg the selection of film, the placement of an image relative to others in a photograph

use a range of styles that make use of conventions in the field

Critical and Historical Interpretations

how practice in photographic and digital media in different times and places is conditioned by a range of interests, including the artworld, art exhibitions, galleries and museums, the photographic and digital market, theories and innovation

ways of organising information, ideas and arguments

Critical and Historical Interpretations

investigate a range of practices in photographic and digital media in different times and places

discuss and write about their understanding of different aspects of practice in photographic and digital media

the origins, invention and evolution of the photographic image

research different photographic and digital practices by artists

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