The Australian Curriculum: The Arts

Learning in Media Arts involves students learning to engage with communication technologies and cross–disciplinary art–forms to design, produce, distribute and interact with a range of print, audio, screen–based or hybrid artworks. Students explore, view, analyse and participate in media culture from a range of viewpoints and contexts. They acquire skills and processes to work in a range of forms and styles. Students learn to reflect critically on their own and others’ media arts experiences and evaluate media artworks, cultures and contexts. They express, conceptualise and communicate through their media artworks with increasing complexity and aesthetic understanding.
Making in Media Arts involves using communications technologies to design, produce and distribute media artworks.
Responding in Media Arts involves students learning to explore, view, analyse and participate in media culture.
In both Making and Responding students engage with the key concepts, story principles and media elements (technical and symbolic).
(http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/thearts/learning-in-media-arts)

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Media Arts involves students engaging with communication technologies and cross–disciplinary art–forms to design, produce, distribute and interact with a range of print, audio, screen–based or hybrid artworks.

n Media Arts students learn to use:

  • Key concepts

  • Technical and Symbolic Elements of Media Arts within established and emerging media conventions and technologies

  • Story Principles

  • Viewpoints*

  • Media Forms

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