Visual Arts / Year 3 and 4 / Presenting and performing

Curriculum content descriptions

share and/or display artworks and/or visual arts practice in informal settings (AC9AVA4P01)

  • selecting examples from their visual arts practice (for example, experimentation with materials and processes or different compositional approaches for a final artwork) and arranging these in a visual display to share the development of their ideas
  • deciding on appropriate ways to share their artworks and their learning; for example, including experiments and self-reflections in folios or visual diaries for assessment, demonstrating progress being made via peer circle shares in class; and deciding on appropriate audiences, such as decorative or communicative exhibitions/displays for the school community, social media posts for the broader community
  • trialling different ways of presenting artworks in different locations; for example, presenting a school wall display of artworks, considering what might need to change so that it can be shared on a digital platform such as the school learning management system
  • discussing and documenting the ideas, themes and meaning/s of their artwork; for example, taking the form of a written or spoken artist statement, and exploring different ways of presenting their artwork and artist statement (possibly via multimedia)
  • identifying and explaining their own and other artists choices in art-making, including visual arts processes, visual conventions and materials
General capabilities
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and Creative Thinking
  • Literacy Literacy
ScOT terms

Art exhibitions,  Audiences,  Visual arts

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