There are three main learning domains in the Visual Arts curriculum. They are Constructing Visual Arts Knowledge, Fostering Visual Arts Appreciation and Developing Visual Arts Making.
Through experiencing a wide range of visual arts activities, students can:
- develop their creativity and imagination
- develop their skills and processes
- cultivate critical responses
- understand arts in context
In order to construct a balanced and comprehensive Visual Arts curriculum, the three learning domains are to be integrated using themes and topics. Students can broaden their visual arts learning experiences by:
- exposing themselves to a wide range of visual arts works at the school campus
- Participating in art appreciation learning appreciation such as observing artworks of the past and present, the masterpieces and their own artworks during the lessons.
- performing self-evaluations and peer-evaluations
- keeping their own portfolios
- expressing their views and giving suggestions to others’ artworks in sharing sessions
- participating in both internal and external competitions