Art or Photography
Art or Photography A Level
The course delivers a broad based Fine Art or Design curriculum, with clear emphasis on experimentation and development of skills. The course will challenge students to further explore their practice, while challenging pre-conceived ideas. Through looking at the work of others you will gain an understanding of the value of art and design as well as through your own personal journey. You will complete the work with a Portfolio of work that will assist you in your applications for Universities or Colleges.
Exam Board – OCR
Component 01: Personal investigation 60%
Learners should produce two elements:
(i) a portfolio of practical work showing their personal response to either a starting point, brief, scenario or stimulus, devised and provided by the learner or centre
(ii) a related study: an extended response of a guided minimum of 1000 words.
Component 02: Externally set task 40%
Students are provided with a number of themes, each with a range of written and visual starting points, briefs and stimuli. A response should be based on one of these options.
What skills will I gain from studying Art or Photography?
Alongside a range of practical arts skills, art students should also have good observational, analytical and research skills, including the ability to solve problems creatively and work well both independently and in groups.
Possible future career paths?
Photographer - from weddings to advertising, photojournalism to fashion
Teacher / University Lecturer
Where can I find out more information?
Mrs Tibbatts: firstname.lastname@example.org
See attached leaflet below.