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Portraiture | Painting from real life Student Workshops

Term 1-4
Portraiture | Painting from real life Student Workshops

Portraiture | Painting from real life Student Workshops

In this workshop, students will be guided to think critically and take a dive into the world of watercolour painting as they create a portrait in real life. They’ll explore a range of painting techniques and styles as they take up the challenging and rewarding experience of telling powerful visual stories through their portraits. 

Links to Curriculum

Visual Arts F-10
Exploring & responding, Developing practises and skills, Creating and making, Presenting and performing  

Visual Arts 11 & 12
Unit 1: Art as lens, Unit 2: Art as code, Unit 3: Art as knowledge, Unit 4: Art as alternate 

Visual Arts in Practise 11 & 12
Unit Option A: Looking Inwards (Self), Unit Option B: Looking Outward (Others) 

HASS F-6
Exploring and Responding Creating and Making Music Practices: Listening and Composing  

Social & Community Studies 11 & 12 
Unit Option F: Arts & Identity

General Capabilities Critical and Creative Thinking, Ethical Understanding, Personal and Social Capability, Literacy

Dates
Term 1-4
Where
HOTA Gallery
Duration
1 hr 30 mins
Tickets
$15 per student

Bookable any day, any time. Subject to availability

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