Visual Art 30 is well suited to those with a passion for drawing, but we welcome learners of all abilities and degrees of experience. We delve into art history, art appreciation, and studio art, and examine a number of works from both historical and cultural perspectives. We will also study the basics of drawing using two-dimensional, dry media such as drawing pencils, charcoal, and pencil crayons.
As well as expressing their views in writing, students will be challenged to respond to various artworks by creating work of their own. The creation process entails both planning and hands-on art production.
Units of Study
- Drawing Crash Course
- Visual Art in Canada
- Global Cultural Explorations
- Personal and Independent Study
Resources Supplied by the DLC
Drawing basics kit
Resources Obtained by Student
Students may wish to use materials of their choosing, especially if they wish to create larger work.
Suggested Career Pathways