HSC Intensive Studio Practice Program

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HSC INTENSIVE STUDIO PRACTICE PROGRAM

16–19 July and 30 September – 4 October 2019

The NAS HSC Intensive Studio Practice is endorsed by NESA and has been offered by NAS to Year 11 Visual Arts students in all government and non-government high schools since 2000.

During the NAS HSC Intensive Studio Practice the student will:

  • work within a specialised discipline using a broad range of media and art making processes
  • refine their ability to interpret and evaluate their own and others’ artworks
  • engage in sustained critical reflection and evaluation
  • gain practical skills in preparing for, mounting and curating an exhibition

Contact

Education Outreach Coordinator
+61 2 9339 8738
education.outreach@nas.edu.au

COURSE OVERVIEW

The NAS HSC Intensive Studio Practice is designed to enhance and extend students’ technical, conceptual and intellectual skills under the direction of experienced, practising artists, through intensive practical study in one of the following disciplines: black and white photography, ceramics, digital photography, life drawing*, painting, printmaking and sculpture*.

*In keeping with post-school degree course practice, drawing and sculpture classes classes will include undraped life models.

COURSE MODULES AND DATES

Module 1 (4 days): Tuesday 16 – Friday 19 July 2019
Module 2/3 (5 days): Monday 30 September – Friday 4 October 2019

How to apply (will be available January 2019) 

  • Download the application form (It must be completed by both the student and their Visual Art teacher)
  • Download the information sheet
  • Students must also submit four images of recent work

The application deadline is Monday 29 April 2019

Offers will be made to students in Term 2

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