Year 10 - Yr 10 Visual Art


Students in Year 10 at MFGSC may elect to take Visual ART for one semester.


Creating and Making

Design Elements and Design Principles used to create two and three-dimensional Art are a major focus in this elective. Through design development, creating artwork and examining and analysing recognised artworks by established artists, students create their own finished art works. They explore and trial the application of different mediums, for drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture.

Students have the opportunity to explore design options and create independent artwork.  A studio practice approach is undertaken for all design work.


The Victorian Curriculum is the basis of the content covered in Visual Art. The four learning Areas are:

Exploring and Expressing Ideas

Visual Arts Practices

Present and Perform

Respond and Interpret



A3 Visual Arts Diary

Art shirt (optional but recommended)

Derwent Coloured Pencils

HB and 2B Grey lead pencil

Black Fine liner


Pencil Sharpener


Possible pathway could lead into -

Music Performance 1-2

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Drama Unit 1-2

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Visual Communication Design Unit 1-2

COURSE DESCRIPTION In Unit 1: Introduction to visual communication design, students will develop their thinking and drawing skills to make their ideas become real. Students will complete a series…

Studio Arts Unit 1-2

COURSE DESCRIPTION Studio Arts encourages and supports students to recognise their individual potential as creative thinkers and makers of artwork. This subject presents a guided process to assist…

Media Unit 1-2

UNIT DESCRIPTION In this course you will examine the way meaning is constructed in many forms of media. You will be introduced to the key concept of representation…