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Aesthetics

 

 

Framework

The Visual Art curriculum in Guangyang Primary School aims to nurture three aspects of Art education – to SEE, to FEEL, and to EXPRESS.

SEE: Heighten observational and analytical skills to be able to read effectively and interpret visual Artworks.
FEEL: Understand and appreciate the value of Visual Art and to develop an enjoyment for it.
EXPRESS: Create their own Visual Artworks using various materials and styles of Art-making through a combination of experimentation and understanding of Art theory.

Curriulum

P1-P2

In P1 and P2, pupils are taught the most basic Art-making skills. The lessons at this stage aim to perfect the motor skills which are required for more complex Art-making. At the same time, they are taught simplified Art theory to aid their understanding of Art-making as well as to prepare them for the Upper Primary curriculum.

The P1 and P2 curriculum also combines storytelling with Art-making which supports the English curriculum. Pupils are exposed to not only new vocabulary from the books, but are also be inspired by the illustrations to create Artwork.

 

P3-P6

From P3 to P6, pupils will enter the ‘Master Artist Program’ in which they master in great depth, 2 famous Artists every year. They are introduced to the life and works of these Artists, and taught how to interpret and talk about Artwork. Finally, they create their own work, inspired by the works of these master Artists.

The Upper Primary pupils also will get to experience a rigorous 10-15 hour Digital Art Program where they pick up software, photography and animation skills.

 

Co-curricular

Visual Art Club
The Visual Art Club was set up in 2014 and aims to further nurture talented Visual Artists in the various aspects of Visual Art. Pupils get to try out varied Art mediums whilst experiencing all processes of Art-making, from conceptualisation, to planning, and to execution.
Pupils are also trained in Art appreciation and get a chance to appreciate real Artworks first hand through the club’s annual learning journey to the Singapore Art Museum.

 

Master Artist Learning Centres

In 2014, the school embarked on the platform to create Master Artist Learning Centres to support our Master Artist Program. 4 Learning Centres were created after 4 Artists – Picasso, Warhol, Van Gogh and Klimnt.
These Learning Centres provided a space for out-of-classroom, on-site learning, where pupils could get up close and personal with the Master artist they are studying.
The Learning Centres also provide more spaces for the display of pupil works as well as enhancing visibility of the Visual Arts program in the school.