Help students strengthen their understanding of the conceptual framework and the frames.
A simple breakdown of these complex visual arts decoding tools to give students clarity including a diagram showing how they link together.
‘The Conceptual Framework and the Frames’ provides students with 16 immersive slides to help them understand the conceptual framework and the frames and how these interrelate when examining artworks in visual arts.
‘The Conceptual Framework and the Frames’ includes a 2-pg worksheet, where students have the opportunity to breakdown these concepts further using their own language.
‘The Conceptual Framework and the Frames’ can be shared with students digitally, easily printed or differentiated for individual students needs at the discretion of the teacher (through the word & pdf files provided).
- 16 slide PowerPoint Presentation and PDF with syllabus content and information.
- 2-page student activity as a PDF & Word Document.
Stage 4 Outcomes
4.2 explores the function of and relationships between artist – artwork – world – audience
4.3 makes artworks that involve some understanding of the frames
4.8 explores the function of and relationships between the artist – artwork – world – audience
4.9 begins to acknowledge that art can be interpreted from different points of view
Stage 5 Outcomes
5.2 makes artworks informed by their understanding of the function of and relationships between artist – artwork – world – audience
5.3 makes artworks informed by an understanding of how the frames affect meaning
5.8 uses their understanding of the function of and relationships between artist – artwork – world – audience in critical and historical interpretations of art
5.9 demonstrates how the frames provide different interpretations of art
- how the conceptual framework can be applied to understanding the practices of artists, critics and historians and the artworld
LS.3 explores the function of a variety of artists and audiences
LS.4 explores the ways in which experiences of the world can be communicated in artworks
LS.5 recognises that various interpretations of artworks are possible
LS.6 makes a variety of artworks that reflect experiences, responses or a point of view
P2: explores the roles and relationships between the concepts of artist, artwork, world and audience
P3: identifies the frames as the basis of understanding expressive representation through the making of art
P8: explores the roles and relationships between concepts of artist, artwork, world and audience through critical and historical investigations of art
P9: identifies the frames as the basis of exploring different orientations to critical and historical investigations of art
H2: applies their understanding of the relationships among the artist, artwork, world and audience through the making of a body of work
H3: demonstrates an understanding of the frames when working independently in the making of art
H8: applies their understanding of the relationships among the artist, artwork, world and audience
H9: demonstrates an understanding of how the frames provide for different orientations to critical and historical investigations of art
Develop ways to enhance their intentions as artists through exploration of how artists use materials, techniques, technologies and processes (ACAVAM119)
Analyse how artists use visual conventions in artworks (ACAVAR123)
Identify and connect specific features and purposes of visual artworks from contemporary and past times to explore viewpoints and enrich their art-making, starting with Australian artworks including those of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples (ACAVAR124)
Analyse a range of visual artworks from contemporary and past times to explore differing viewpoints and enrich their visual art-making, starting with Australian artworks, including those of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, and consider international artworks (ACAVAR131)
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