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LEVEL 3 ART HISTORY 3ARH   

What is this course about? The course will begin with a brief historical overview of Western Art before mainly focusing on art (international and  New Zealand) from the 1940s to around 2000. Key movements studied in this Modernist and Postmodernist period  will include Abstract Expressionism (e,g Pollock, Rothko, McCahon), Pop Art (Warhol, Lichtenstein), Feminist Art  (Chicago, Fahey, Kruger) and minimalists Richard Serra and Ralph Hotere. 

What sorts of things will I do? You will examine art works as projected images, on film, on line and ​in situ​ (we will visit art galleries and art sites  when possible as a class, and you will be expected to do this independently in your own time in order to enrich  your learning). 

What standards can I enter? NCEA  Level 

Standard Number 

Name of standard

Version number 

Credits

Assessment

Approximate assessment  date 

3

91482

Demonstrate understanding of style in art works 

1

4

R

External

3

91483

Examine how meanings are communicated through art  works 

1

4

R

External  

3

91485

Examine the impact of media and processes on art works 

1

4

R

Term 3

3

91486

Construct an argument based on interpretation of research in  art history 

1

4

R

Term 2  

3

91487

Examine the different values placed on art works 

1

4

R

Term 2

3

91488

Examine the relationship between a theory and art  works 

1

4

R

Term 1

Key for assessment column: N - L1 and UE numeracy  L - L1 literacy  R - UE reading literacy 

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ASHS Course Booklet 2020  

ASHS Course Booklet 2020  

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