The aim of the programme is to develop individuals, whanau and communities that have a passion for raranga and Toi Māori.
Cultural Practices & Arts
The programme is organized around four primary strands of learning:
Explore creative and design processes, drawing and design issues to develop: Observation Skills;Problem solving and resolving skills; Visual communication and expressive skills
Explore Media and explore the process involved in making work to gain an understanding of; Materials, Techniques and processes; Expressive process
Cultural and Contextual Practice
Explore the context of art, culture and related issues to gain an understanding of; Own identity; Māori Culture; Māori, indigenous and other art forms and practices; research and personal research approach
Explore tikanga of own practice and others to gain an understanding of Research processes and presentation skills; Documentation and communication skills; Management skills; Business skills; and professional and ethical practices.
Each of the strands have been developed so they can be undertaken practically using work made, for the tauira learning and evaluation.
The strands run concurrently to allow the theorectical process and practice to be integrated.
Each strand builds on the one before so that the skills and knowledge are layered to develop the depth of understanding necessary, allowing the natural unfolding of your potential.
It is intended that as you move through the programme you will take more responsibility in your own learning to meet the programme outcomes and your own goals.
The purpose of Formative Assessment for this programme is to give tauira ongoing feedback and support throughout the programme, while gaining awareness of their strengths and weaknesses and ways to progress towards outcomes. The formative process will take place continually throughout the program.
It is important that the tauira take the opportunity to self-evaluate their progress using the self-evaluation and project evaluation sheets provided.
Problem solving and Resolving Skills;
Techniques and process;
CULTURAL AND CONTEXTUAL PRACTICE
Research Processes and Presentation Skills;
Documentation and Communication Skills;
Create a Contemporary piece using all the skills and techniques you have learnt throughout the programme
When creating your inspiration board, use these as ideas of how you may start:
Complete your Contemporary Piece