International School of Florence

IB Art Exhibition (Ex)

COMPLETED WORK IN YOUR PP CANNOT BE INCLUDED IN YOUR EX.

Part 3. Communication Visual Arts: This 3rd part has to do with understanding curatorial processes, what makes an effective exhibition and selecting and presenting the students own work.

 

Exhibition with a written rationale 40%

 

 

(Internally Assessed by subject teachers and moderated by the IB at the end of the course)

 

Students reflect on changes made during the process of creation and provide a rationale for the decisions regarding the selection of certain pieces for exhibition.

 

SL: 4‐7 pieces in at least 2 different media, with reflective commentaries

HL: 8-11 pieces in at least 3 different media, with reflective commentaries

 

The exhibition is focused on the most resolved works that show the greatest technical accomplishment and considers how a students has taken the audience into account when displaying the works. Works included in the exhibition cannot be included in the Process Portfolio.

 

Art making forms are: Two Dimensional such as drawing, painting printmaking; Three Dimensional such as sculpture, designed objects (architecture, fashion etc.) site specific such as installation and mural. Lens /electronic and screen based forms such as: animation, photography, and video.

Exhibition with a written rationale

 

Photos of each artwork, 2 photos of the entire exhibit of  written rationale for artworks and Curatorial Rationale.

 

 

The exhibition is focused on the most resolved works that show the greatest technical accomplishment and considers how a students has taken the audience into account when displaying the works.

Art Teachers

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