Edexcel AS and A level Art and Design (2015) Here, you'll find everything you need to prepare for the changes to Edexcel AS and A level Art and Design from 2015 (first assessment 2016 and 2017). View our specifications, sample assessment materials and FAQs, read about the key content and assessment changes, and find out about our launch events and the other support that’s available.
There are some voice over examples of work located with the exemplars too. These new exemplars can be found on the Teaching and Learning Materials area of the A level Art and Design page here.
The WJEC AS and A level specification in Art and Design has been designed to provide engaging and innovative creative learning experiences, where art, craft and design practice is meaningfully integrated with theoretical knowledge and understanding. This unitised specification provides learners with opportunities to develop a broad foundation of critical, practical and theoretical skills at AS.I am having a little trouble during my A-level Art, My Theme is Distortion and my sub-theme is emotions and expressions, I know which artist I would like to use in the essay but I am not quite sure how to structure the essay and any sentence starters to start the essay off, I have tried to start off by looking for templates and examples but cannot seem to find any.Art allows A-Level students to explore their creativity through a range of styles and techniques. Students are also encouraged to contextualise their work in relation to that of existing artists or movements, and through an understanding of real-world contexts in addition to the creative process in industries using art and design. By the end of.
A-Level Art and Design. Image Credit: Ricardo Viana. If your child is studying for A-Levels in any Art and Design related subjects, chances are they will have to present a personal study. The personal study is an investigation into a particular subject that a person studying A-Level art is interested in and wants to make a deeper exploration of. It may cover a particular artist, school of.Read More
AQA A-Level Art and Design past exam papers (7201-7206, 7241-7246). AQA exam papers are provided for Art and Design (7201-7206, 7241-7246) and History of Art (2250).Read More
GCSE Art and Design learning resources for adults, children, parents and teachers organised by topic.Read More
We follow the Edexcel A Level Art and Design specification. Year 1: Unit 1: Coursework (60% of AS-level; 30% of full A-level). Skills building in experimental approaches to drawing, painting and mixed media tasks, followed by an internally-set art project. Unit 2: Externally set assignment (40% of AS-level; 20% of full A-level). Externally-set project with theme provided by Edexcel. Timed.Read More
Level 3 in Art and Design. Over a two year course you will initially develop a broad range of practical skills and techniques within the areas of fine art, 3D, graphics, photography, textiles and contextual studies. Following this, you will then select an area in which to specialise in, where you will gain more advanced skills and knowledge, supporting successful progression into further study.Read More
A Level art and Design is a facility for creative maturation and discovery, designed to allow students to further their ideas, understanding, and application of art techniques acquired while in GCSE and to push their conceptual practise in the creation of their own work. Students learn to creatively develop original ideas and art work independently, following the design process through both.Read More
Art A Level: Essay Writing and Written Annotation Increase your confidence and understanding to achieve best practice in delivering the written aspects of A level art and design. In-house This course is only available to be delivered in your school. To find out how we can tailor this course to fit your needs, call our in-house team on 020 8253 8241 to receive a free, no-obligation quote. If.Read More
Art and Design Level 3 is an intensive and challenging course which will provide opportunities for you to develop your skills and knowledge across a wide range of art and design disciplines, including drawing and painting, photography, 3D Design, digital illustration and graphic design, printmaking and art history. In the second year, you will have the opportunity to specialise in one of these.Read More
This course is designed for those students who wish to extend and develop their studies in Art and Design (Fine Art) to a greater depth than required at GCSE. This is a 2 year A Level course. We follow the FINE ART endorsement from AQA. In the first two terms of study students will follow a teacher led programme, refreshing skills, composition, drawing, scale and use of media. They will also.Read More
AS and A level specifications in art and design must specify that the student engages in integrated critical, practical and theoretical study in art and design. 4. At A level, specifications must allow for greater depth of study than the AS specifications. This might be achieved by, for example: greater specialisation in a particular medium or process. 2 extended development of particular.Read More