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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:

Critical and Historical Interpretations (cont)

the emergence of commercial, industrial and professional practices that may include the introduction of colour, film and image processing, the storage of digital images

Students learn to:

Critical and Historical Interpretations (cont)

investigate the emergence of commercial, industrial and professional photographic and digital media practices

selected photographic and digital artists, and relationships between artist-artwork-world-audience

investigate the role of photographic and digital artists, including groups of artists, in different times and places and contemporary and historical contexts

photographic and digital artists and groups of artists working in Australia, international photographic and digital artists from different times and places with a focus on:

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contemporary and modern photographic and digital artists

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photographic and digital artists from different cultures

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Aboriginal and Indigenous photographic and digital artists

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female and male photographic and digital artists

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those who use traditional and/or more contemporary and innovative technologies

investigate how different photographic and digital artists in different times and places develop their intentions and recognise some of the constraints they work within

consider how different kinds of photographic and digital artists work individually and collaboratively in different contexts, eg multimedia projects, film, community projects, work-related contexts

recognise the value and influence of agencies and societies such

as Magnum, The Farm Security Administration, La Lumiere

how the world can be represented in photographic and digital works

explain how photographers and digital artists interpret the world in making photographic and digital works and how they represent concepts through a range of styles and approaches

different kinds of audiences for photographic and digital works

the impact of images on life and society

recognise how audiences contribute to the meaning of photographic and digital works and how their views of photographic and digital works may alter in different contexts and time

belief, value and meaning from the structural frame

concepts of photographic and digital media as a system of symbolic communication through which particular forms of aesthetic information are transmitted

identify and seek to explain how artists and audiences can read photographic and digital works as images or texts by understanding conventions including codes, symbols and signs

recognise how codes, symbols and signs are embedded in the material and conceptual organisation of photographic and digital media

explain how photographic and digital artists and ideas influence the physical representation of images. This may be through sequence, reconstruction, series, rows, construction and staging, as well as image transfers, hand-painted emulsions and instant film.

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