Photographic and digital media 7-10

In the Stage 5 the elective subject of photographic and digital media students explore the world through artistic practice, conceptual knowledge, the frames, and technological procedures.

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This digital resource package provides Stage 5 students with opportunities to investigate and interpret contemporary intersections between art, technology, storytelling, social change and collaboration by focusing on the practice of five Australian artists including:

  • Tamara Dean
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  • Joan Ross
  • Alexia Sinclair
  • Lynette Wallworth.

Knowledge and skills creative arts (KASCA) photographic and digital media framework

The KASCA photographic & digital media framework breaks down the core components of practice, conceptual framework and the frames into a series of lesson sequences. All lesson sequences come with ready-to-use differentiated learning and teaching resources and are available in an online format in the Lesson sequesnces and an e-book (PDF 986.38 KB) that can be downloaded to your smart device.

CApture student filmmaking resource

The CApture student filmmaking interactive resource guides Stage 5 creative arts students through the collaborative processes of filmmaking.

Teacher support guide for programming and assessment

A guide to support photography and digital media teachers in delivering CApture - a Stage 5 creative arts filmmaking resource.

CApture teacher support guide for programming and assessment in Stage 5 photographic and digital media (DOCX 168 KB)

Student guided online learning sequences to support learning from home or in the classroom.

Mise en Scene google site

A student-centered online unit that builds understanding of the importance of mise en scene in film-making and photography. Students will investigate the practice of classic filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock and his influence on four contemporary photographers inspired by his practice. Students will demonstrate their understanding of mise en scène in their art historical and critical writing and their artmaking. The activities would be appropriate for Photographic and Digital media and Visual Arts students.

Information and teaching support is available on the NSW 7-10 photographic and digital media Syllabus (2004).

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