Week 1: En Plein Air Painting: Landscape Studies
Take your painting outdoors and create landscape studies in the style of en plein air, capturing the beauty of nature and exploring light, color, and atmosphere.
Week 2: Installation Art: Spatial Transformations
Design and construct large-scale installation artworks that transform physical spaces, challenging viewers’ perceptions and creating immersive experiences.
Week 3: Experimental Photography: Alternative Processes
Explore alternative photographic processes, such as cyanotype or photograms, to create unique and experimental images that go beyond traditional photography.
Week 4: Printmaking: Monotype Techniques
Experiment with monotype printmaking techniques, creating one-of-a-kind prints with painterly qualities and expressive mark-making.
Week 5: Digital Art: Interactive Experiences
Create interactive digital artworks using programming or multimedia platforms, incorporating user participation and exploring the intersection of art and technology.
Week 6: Sculpture: Found Object Assemblage
Collect and repurpose found objects to create assemblage sculptures that convey personal narratives or explore themes of consumerism and waste.
Week 7: Film Production: Experimental Narrative
Produce experimental narrative films that challenge traditional storytelling structures, experimenting with non-linear narratives, visual metaphors, and unconventional techniques.
Week 8: Fashion Design: Sustainable Fashion
Design and create fashion pieces with a focus on sustainability, exploring eco-friendly materials, ethical production methods, and innovative design approaches.
Week 9: Digital Collage: Collage Animation
Combine digital collage techniques with animation to create dynamic and visually engaging animated collages, exploring movement, juxtapositions, and transitions.
Week 10: Ceramic Pottery: Sculptural Vessels
Push the boundaries of ceramic pottery by creating sculptural vessels that explore abstract forms, textures, and surface treatments.
Week 11: Graphic Design: Information Visualization
Create visually compelling infographics or data visualizations that effectively communicate complex information or narratives through graphic design.
Week 12: Photography: Conceptual Portraits
Produce conceptual portraits that go beyond traditional portraiture, using symbolism, props, or staging to convey deeper meaning or personal narratives.
Week 13: Street Art: Stencil Art
Explore stencil art techniques and create street art pieces that convey social or political messages, using public spaces as a canvas for expression.
Week 14: Animation: Character Development
Develop original characters and create short animated films or sequences that bring these characters to life, exploring personality, movement, and storytelling.
Week 15: Video Art: Experimental Video Essays
Produce video essays that combine visual imagery, narration, and conceptual ideas, exploring a particular topic or theme through experimental video techniques.
Week 16: Illustration: Book Cover Design
Design captivating book covers for novels, exploring typography, illustration, and visual storytelling to capture the essence of the story.
Week 17: Performance Art: Body as Canvas
Use your body as a canvas and create performance art pieces that explore identity, social issues, or personal expression through movement and visual elements.
Week 18: Abstract Painting: Gestural Abstractions
Explore abstract painting through gestural and expressive mark-making, using bold brushstrokes, texture, and color to convey emotions and energy.
Week 19: Digital Sculpting: Character Design
Learn digital sculpting techniques and create 3D character designs, focusing on form, anatomy, and capturing the essence of the character.
Week 20: Photography: Experimental Still Life
Create experimental still life compositions, exploring unconventional objects, lighting techniques, and arrangements to convey mood, symbolism, or narratives.
Week 21: Film Genre Study: Auteur Analysis
Study the works of a renowned filmmaker and produce a short film that pays homage to their style, exploring genre conventions, visual motifs, and storytelling techniques.
Week 22: Fiber Art: Textile Sculptures
Experiment with textile and fiber art techniques to create sculptural forms, exploring texture, color, and the interplay of soft and rigid materials.
Week 23: Collage Illustration: Mixed Media Narratives
Combine collage techniques with illustration to create mixed media artworks that tell imaginative narratives, blending different visual elements and textures.
Week 24: Ceramic Art: Functional Sculptures
Create functional ceramic sculptures that challenge traditional notions of utility and aesthetics, exploring the balance between form and function.
Week 25: Street Photography: Candid Moments
Explore street photography and capture candid moments of everyday life in urban environments, focusing on storytelling, composition, and capturing emotions.
Week 26: Concept Art: Environment Design
Create concept art for imaginary worlds or environments, developing detailed and visually stunning illustrations that set the stage for narratives or games.
Week 27: Digital Painting: Sci-Fi Concept Art
Produce digital paintings inspired by science fiction themes, depicting futuristic landscapes, technology, and characters using advanced digital painting techniques.
Week 28: Printmaking: Intaglio Techniques
Explore intaglio printmaking techniques, such as etching or drypoint, to create intricate prints with rich textures and tonal variations.
Week 29: Mural Art: Community Engagement
Collaborate with the local community to design and paint a mural that reflects their stories, culture, or aspirations, transforming public spaces through art.
Week 30: Documentary Photography: Social Issues
Use photography to document social issues or stories within your community, shedding light on important topics and encouraging dialogue and change.
Week 31: Mixed Media Sculpture: Assemblage Art
Create mixed media sculptures through assemblage techniques, combining different materials, objects, and textures to explore juxtapositions and concepts.
Week 32: Graphic Design: Brand Identity
Develop a brand identity for a fictional or real company, designing logos, typography, and visual elements that effectively communicate the brand’s values and personality.
Week 33: Video Production: Music Video
Plan, shoot, and edit a music video, exploring visual storytelling, rhythm, and the integration of music and imagery to create an engaging audio-visual experience.
Week 34: Land Art: Environmental Installations
Create temporary or permanent environmental installations in natural settings, using natural materials and elements to create artworks that interact with the environment.
Week 35: Narrative Illustration: Sequential Art
Create a series of illustrations that tell a sequential narrative, exploring storytelling techniques, pacing, and visual continuity to convey a compelling story.
Week 36: Portfolio Development: Showcase of Artistic Journey
Curate and refine a comprehensive portfolio that showcases your best artworks from grade 12, reflecting your artistic growth, skills, and personal style.