Visual Arts

Visual Arts at Moorooduc Primary School is an enjoyable part of our curriculum. Children develop the ability to apply a range of skills and processes to create art work depending on their stage of development. Students use a variety of art forms usually related to the integrated topics being covered in other parts of the school curriculum.

Throughout the Visual Arts program, students cover the areas of Line, (painting and Drawing), Textiles, and Construction. Within each unit students are encouraged to learn new skills and build on previously attained skills to create drawings, paintings, models, modroc masks, mosaics, jewelry, prints, photographs, woven pieces, sculptures and clay figures.

Children work individually and in groups to complete set tasks. They are encouraged to design and plan their art work thoroughly and to take care and pride in their work. Our children have the opportunity for their work to be displayed at school and throughout the wider community, as part of the Rotary Art Show at Benton’s Square and in the annual Superpages directory.

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