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Leaving cert art curriculum layout, art curriculum layout, subject content, design or craft - 5 hrs - 100 marks, imaginative composition / still life 2hrs 30mins- 100 marks, life sketching - 1hour - 50 marks, art history 2 hrs 30 mins - 150 marks, exam structure.

  • 1 - 5 hour Craft Exam.
  • 1 - Imaginative Composition Exam / Still Life.
  • 1 - Life Drawing Exam.
  • 1 - Art History Exam.

Marking Scheme for elements of Art Exam

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Art History

Section 1 – art in ireland.

  • Candidates have a choice of approximately 7 questions. 
  • must answer one question which can range from Newgrange to questions on the Early Irish art to Georgian architecture – there is always a question on this and Newgrange comes up often.
  • Sometimes photographs are provided and candidates are asked to identify various artefacts and then describe & discuss them.
  • A choice of modern artists comes up every year.
  • The questions require you to do quite a lot – name, discuss, describe refer to function, form, style, materials, decoration etc – make sure you cover the bases

Section 2 – European Art

  • Choice of 8/9 questions – could be anyone!
  • Romanesque or Gothic Sculpture and Architecture comes up every year.
  • You may be lucky and one of your artists comes up – but it is quite possible that this will not happen – in this case - look at the ‘generic’ question  which may ask you to look at a work of art which falls into a particular category – such as a portrait, a painting of a meal, a landscape, a still-life etc. You will definitely be able to do this if you think creatively…..
  • You normally have to describe 2 works of art
  • All of these questions are long and require you to do a lot so make sure you read the question & cover all parts of the question.

Section 3 – Appreciation of Art

  • You must answer one question out of 5
  • There is usually a design question and here you have to bring your general knowledge/common sense to the question – you can be asked to talk about anything from chairs, to bags to kettles.
  • There is often a question on a gallery or museum visit.
  • The main pitfall to avoid is not to choose a question where you will quickly run out of steam.
  • Always produce sketches – simplified drawings – and annotate them or label the important parts.
  • Make sure that you read the question and go back to it as they often require you to do quite a few diffeent thins – highlight the key phrases.
  • For Irish art it could be Newgrange? and almost certainly Georgian will come up
  • For European art adapt what you know to the ‘generic’ question.
  • For appreciation have the courage of your convictions – make sure your opinions  are well-supported & well-illustrated

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Leaving Certificate Art (including Crafts) is studied across four main areas of Art History and Appreciation, Still Life, Imaginative Composition, Design and Craftwork. These are all supported by the underlying use of observational studies, which enables students to build up a range of work and develop their skills and knowledge. A study of art forms of the past and present to inform this work is also important.

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The consultation on the draft specification for Leaving Certificate Art is now closed.

You can read the draft specification for Leaving Certificate Art here

A new Leaving Certificate Art specification is in development. The current Leaving Certificate Art (including Crafts) syllabus is available here. It is assessed at Higher and Ordinary levels.

  • http://curriculumonline.ie/Senior-cycle/Senior-Cycle-Subjects/Art

The development of a new Leaving Certificate Art specification began in May 2017.

The background paper focused on the current state of the subject and the recent developments with the new Junior Cycle Visual Art specification, current research and developments in art in general as well as curriculums from other jurisdictions.

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The Art Development Group consists of the nominees from a range of education stakeholders including teacher and management bodies, Department of Education and Skills, and the State Examinations Commission.

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The Leaving Cert Art course consists of Coursework, Life Sketching and History and Appreciation of Art. Coursework (a) Imaginative Composition or Still Life and (b) Design or Craftwork The Imaginative Composition or Still Life component and the Craft or Design component is executed as coursework in school. This coursework is a 10 week module that is completed from Jan- April of 6th year. These two components will be based on a single set of stimulus materials issued annually by the State Examinations Commission. Based on these materials, the candidate will choose one theme from which both components will be developed. Each candidate will be required to create and submit a realised work for the Imaginative Composition or Still Life component and a realised work for the Craft or Design component, as well as preliminary and preparatory material. (c) Life Sketching Exam Candidates will be required to make two sketches of the model. The first will be a pose of 15 minutes. The second will be a more fully worked drawing taking approximately 30 minutes. (d) History of Art Exam The art course also features a written examination on History and Appreciation of Art, which counts for 37.5% of the marks. The exam is divided into three sections, one on Irish art, one on European art, and a final section on artistic appreciation. The course content is extremely broad, and covers everything from prehistoric art to the modern day, but students are free to focus their studies on a few narrow areas of interest such as Renaissance or Celtic art. Diagrams and illustrative sketches are encouraged in the exam. It is advised that you have studied Art Craft and Design/ Visual Art at Junior Cycle level or Transition Year. In Mount Sackville five classes a week are timetabled for Art in 5th and 6th Year.

Why study ?

Studying art, allows students to be creative and explore their desire for self-expression and develop an appreciation for artistic work of others, including the work of famous artists and the history of art. What kind of Student would Art suit? Students who are passionate, disciplined and are motivated by self directed research. Students who enjoy expressing themselves through art. Students who are prepared to work hard at developing their artistic talent. Students who have shown an aptitude for art, such as by getting high grades in Junior Cycle Art. Students considering a career in a creative discipline such as Architecture, Marketing, Film and Entertainment, Web Design, Fashion, Game Design, or Advertising. Students who are looking for a break from intensive memory-work in their other subjects, or to reduce pressure on themselves in June by having a subject with exams in April/May.

Course Content

The Leaving Cert Art course consists of Coursework, Life Sketching and History and Appreciation of Art.

(a) Imaginative Composition or Still Life and

(b) Design or Craftwork

The Imaginative Composition or Still Life component and the Craft or Design component is executed as coursework in schools. This coursework is to be completed from Jan- April of 6th year. These two components will be based on a single set of stimulus materials issued annually by the State Examinations Commission. Based on these materials, the candidate will choose one theme from which both components will be developed. Each candidate will be required to create and submit a realised work for the Imaginative Composition or Still Life component and a realised work for the Craft or Design component, as well as preliminary and preparatory material.

(c) Life Sketching

Candidates will be required to make two sketches of the model. The first will be a pose of 15 minutes. The second will be a more fully worked drawing taking approximately 30 minutes.

(d) History of Art Exam

The art course also features a written examination on History and Appreciation of Art, which counts for 37.5% of the marks. The exam is divided into three sections, one on Irish art, one on European art, and a final section on artistic appreciation. The course content is extremely broad, and covers everything from prehistoric art to the modern day, but students are free to focus their studies on a few narrow areas of interest such as renaissance or Celtic art. Diagrams and illustrative sketches are encouraged in the exam.

Exam Structure

Art is examined in three ways:

  • Still Life and Imaginative Composition Coursework – completed between Jan – April of 6th year. This is worth 50% of marks
  • Life Drawing – examined in May, worth 12.5%
  • History of Art and Appreciation – examined in June, worth 37.5%

The exam structure is the same at higher and ordinary level.

Candidate will be required to answer all four papers:

a) Imaginative Composition or Still Life - 100 marks

b) Design or Craftwork - 100 marks

c) Life Sketching - 50 marks

d) History and Appreciation of Art - 150 marks

Career Possibilities

Careers possibilities for Art students are; fine art, sculpture, animation, illustration, art teaching, computer design, architecture, fashion and textile design, interior design, graphic and digital design, film making, prop and costume design, photography and art therapy.

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Exam structure - mock exams - 2014.

  • 1 - 5 hour Craft Exam.

Timetable for the Leaving Cert. Mock examinations -  Still life drawing exam  - Thursday 13th Feb (2.5hours) Craft exam (poster)  - Friday 14th Feb. (5 hours) Art History exam - 27th Feb.

  • 1 - Life Drawing Exam.
  • 1 - Art History Exam.

Marking Scheme for elements of Art Exam

  • Be sure to analyse as you describe.  The comment we've heard most often from Art History professors is that students often describe a work without considering the argument they ultimately intend to make. Consider carefully the purpose of your paper, then choose and organize your descriptive details so that they illustrate not only the painting, but your analysis of it.
  • Be aware that paragraphs in Art History papers are often constructed so that the topic sentences are at the end.  Typically, students are trained in their composition courses to begin their paragraphs with a topic sentence. However, in Art History, students will often find paragraphs constructed with the topic sentences at the end. In these kinds of paragraphs, details build towards an observation or argument. When creating a paragraph that ends with it a topic sentence, you need to be especially careful that your details are well-chosen and logically expressed, and that they build towards the point you are making.
  • Think about the ways in which you want to structure your papers.  Structure them chronologically if you are discussing an artistic movement or a specific artist's progression; spatially if you are discussing the elements of a specific work; relationally if you are discussing a work in relation to a movement or another work; and so on.
  • Avoid the subjective "I."  You want your reader to feel that your point of view about a particular work comes from some formal aspect of that work, and not from some very personal response of your own. This is not to say that your personal response to a work is irrelevant; rather, it is your job as a critic or scholar to figure out what formal aspects of the work created your response, and then to explain fully how and why
  • Make sure to disguise elements of your finished piece on your prep sheet. Although you’re not allowed to have the finished piece or, in many cases, the main factor of your piece on the prep sheet, you should have drawings and research which aid you for when you’re in the exam. If you’re drawing a vase, pick vases with similar aspects to the final one you have chosen to go on your prep sheet. Not only will this be practice for the exam (drawing similar shapes and patterns) but if you get stuck in the exam you can always look back on it.
  • Practice practice practice! You’re probably sick of hearing this by now but you DO need to practice your finished piece at least once full size. It’ll be impossible to make the most of your time in the exam if you have no idea where your image is going in relation to your lettering. Measurements are your best friends here. I found that measuring out every aspect of the piece in relation to the border really helps, especially if you have awkwardly placed lettering. Having a rough idea of the measurements means that if you plan it on your pre-lim as you’ve practiced, it will be so much easier to make sure you have it perfect for your piece.
  • Put some effort into your pre-lim. I know it’s only worth about ten marks, but if you have a solid pre-lim you’ll already have half the work done when it comes to planning where everything goes on your final piece. Don’t spend forever and it’s fine to make adjustments on your final piece, but it’s great to have a proper complete visual aid to make sure you’re on the right track.
  • Don’t panic. If something goes wrong there is a way to fix it. Remember while you’re drawing to step back from time to time to make sure your piece looks the way you want it to. Don’t rush and end up making a mistake which you can’t fix. If you do make an error, take a moment to figure out how to fix the rest of the piece in relation to the error so it still looks good. This is another reason why you should make sure your pre-lim is up to scratch. If there’s a paint spill or spelling mistake the pre-lim will show the examiner that you do know what you’re doing and that whatever went wrong is just due to nerves or a bad day. They want to give you the points you’re working so hard for. So you might as well show them what you got as much as you can.
  • Have the right equipment. There is nothing worse than showing up on the day with cartridge paper instead of watercolour paper. Although you don’t want to spend a lot of money on this and the final result is due to what you’ve created, the examiner does consider all of your prep work which is obvious once they’ve looked at your piece. Spend about half an hour the night before checking you’ve the right pencils, paintbrushes and whatever media you might need. A sharpener and eraser are your best friends right now so you don’t want to be missing them. The aim is to have everything you need at hand when you’re in the exam so you aren’t wasting time, so some extra time ensuring this is not going to go amiss.
  • Draw the night before. You’re going to be sick of it by now but if you take twenty minutes to roughly sketch out your plan for the next day it’s going to be fresh in your head and you’ll be ready in the exam.
  • Don’t listen to the hype. As with the orals and practicals, you’re going to have people complain and assume and worry with this exam. Your worst enemy is looking at their work during the exam, listening to them and taking what they say to heart before and at the break or comparing yourself to them in any way. If you’ve done the work and prep you have no reason to worry or second guess yourself. You don’t want to be thrown off at the halfway mark and be unable to finish the fantastic piece you’ve already spent two and a half hours working on. It may sound clichéd, but trust in what you’re doing.
  • Enjoy it! Unlike other exams you’re not expected to learn off and recite on paper. Here you are permitted to pretty much do what you want. Art is something to be enjoyed so through all the worry and stress, realize that you’ve been given five hours to produce something to be proud of. You’ll do that best if you’re relaxed and enjoying what you’re making.

History and Appreciation of Art (HL)

Section 1 – art in ireland.

  • Candidates have a choice of approximately 7 questions. 
  • must answer one question which can range from Newgrange to questions on the Early Irish art to Georgian architecture – there is always a question on this and Newgrange could come up this year
  • Sometimes photographs are provided and candidates are asked to identify various artefacts and then describe & discuss them.
  • The questions require you to do quite a lot – name, discuss, describe refer to function, style etc – make sure you cover the bases

Section 2 – European Art

  • Choice of 8/9 questions – could be anyone!
  • You may be lucky and one of your artists comes up – but it is quite possible that this will not happen – in this case - look at the ‘generic’ question  which may ask you to look at a work of art which falls into a particular category – such as a portrait, a painting of a meal, a landscape, a still-life etc. You will definitely be able to do this if you think creatively…..
  • You normally have to describe 2 works of art
  • All of these questions are long and require you to do a lot so make sure you read the question & cover all parts of the question.

Section 3 – Appreciation of Art

  • You must answer one question out of 5
  • There is usually a design question and here you have to bring your general knowledge/common sense to the question – you can be asked to talk about anything from chairs, to bags to kettles.
  • There is often a question on a gallery or museum visit.
  • The main pitfall to avoid is not to choose a question where you will quickly run out of steam.
  • Always produce sketches – simplified drawings – and annotate them or label the important parts.
  • Make sure that you read the question and go back to it as they often require you to do quite a few diffeent thins – highlight the key phrases.
  • For Irish art it could be Newgrange, ? and almost certainly Georgian will come up
  • For European art adapt what you know to the ‘generic’ question.
  • For appreciation have the courage of your convictions – make sure your opinions  are well-supported & well-illustrated
  • Design & Craftwork: 5hours – A full day from 9.30 – 3.45 in the art room – breaks will be the same as normal research

Art Leaving Cert - General

  • Life Sketching
  • Still Life or Imaginative or Abstract Composition
  • Design or Craftwork

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Leaving cert dexterity curriculum layout, art curriculum layout, subject content, design or craft - 5 hrs - 100 marks, imaginative composition / still life 2hrs 30mins- 100 marks, life sketching - 1hour - 50 marks, art history 2 per 30 mins - 150 marks, exam structure.

  • 1 - 5 hour Craft Exam.
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  • 1 - Life Drawing Examination.
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Art History

Section 1 – artists int ireland.

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  • When photographs are provided and candidates are asks to id varied arena and then describe & discuss theirs.
  • A choice von modern artists comes up every year.
  • The questions require you to do quite a lot – appoint, discuss, describe refer to function, form, style, materials, decoration etc – make sure you wrap the bases

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  • Choice of 8/9 questions – could be anyone!
  • Roman or Gothic Sculpture and Architecture comes up every time.
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  • For Irish art it could be Newgrange? and almost certainly Georgian willingness come up
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  • Sometimes photographs are provided and candidates are asked to identify sundry archaisms and then describe & discuss them.
  • A choice of modern artists comes up every year.
  • The questions require you to take quite one lot – name, discuss, describe refer until function, form, style, materials, decoration et – make sure you cover the sockets

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  • Romanesque or Gothic Sculpture or Architecture comes upward every year.
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  • You normally have till describe 2 works of art
  • All of these questions are long and require you to do a lot so make sure you read the question & cover all parts concerning the question.

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  • You must answer one answer out out 5
  • There is usually a design question and here you have to bring your general knowledge/common sense to the answer – you can be asks at talk about anything from stools, to bags to water. Leaving Certificate Craftwork. Tv Printing Mark Scheme. The Preparatory sheet (A2) lives done prior the exam and should indicate that the candidate has.
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IMAGINATIVE COMPOSITION

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In today’s class, we will be talking about imaginative composition. Enjoy the class!

Imaginative Composition

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It is the art technique of creating works of art through the ability to form a mental image that is not perceived through the five senses. The mind can build mental pictures of objects, scenes, events, setting and positioning that do not exist either in the immediate or present or in the past.  The imaginative composition is controlled by the power of the mind.  A certain degree of imaginative ability is found in everyone. The ability is highly developed in some people while in others, it comes weak in manifestation, while in a few, it is just dormant and needs the training to activate.  It is the power of an accelerated mind and makes it possible for the artist to experience a whole new world inside their mind, enabling the rich ability of a different point of creative view, the fusion of the past to the present and the future.

The power of the five senses and feelings can be explored to improve and expand the scope of imaginative composition as it relates to literature, music and drama because the power of imagination is not limited only to pictorial vision. A developed and strong imaginative power strengthens the artist’s ability to create and recreate fantastic works of art.

The imaginative composition is the energy source for creating objects, events, settings, locations, feelings and circumstances.  It is also employed in the creation of paintings., magic, music, graphic, sculpture, theatre, textile, photography, literature and choreography. It is the creative power that gives credit to the brainchild of invented instruments, objects and products.  A good artist is the one that recognizes and understands the power of imaginative composition and explores. The inability of an artist to rise to this responsibility leads to creative struggles, difficulties, incompetence and failure in the chosen career as an artist. An exercise on imaginative composition can be coined out in drawing, painting, graphics, photography, textile, sculpture, ceramics etc.

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  1. PDF Imaginative Composition Still Life

    Leaving Certificate 2012 Art Higher Level Imaginative Composition or Still Life Total Marks 100 Candidates may present an Abstract Composition following either the Imaginative Composition or the Still Life option. Materials may include a wide variety of papers and media such as pencil, graphite, charcoal, ink and brush, crayons, paint, conté, etc.

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    Exam Structure There are 4 Examinations 2/3 Practical 1/3 History and Appreciation of Art 1 - 5 hour Craft Exam. 1 - Imaginative Composition Exam / Still Life. 1 - Life Drawing Exam. 1 - Art History Exam. A more detailed pupil information sheet regarding exam structure is available from Art Department. Marking Scheme for elements of Art Exam

  3. Senior Cycle Art

    Still Life/Imaginative Composition Seminar FAQ: Final Design Proposal Document Revised Assessment Framework for Leaving Certificate Art Webinar Please click here to access this webinar. You may also wish to access the following documents before viewing the webinar: Click here to download the Draft Leaving Certificate Art Coursework Workbook

  4. PDF Leaving Certificate Examination Pilot

    2018. MSample Coimisiún na Scrúduithe Stáit State Examinations Commission LEAVING CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION PILOT ART COURSEWORK Imaginative Composition orStill Life and Craftwork orDesign Higher Level and Ordinary Level 200 marks are assigned to this paper, i.e. 50% of the total marks for Art

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    Art_1 Art Leaving Certificate art is made up of four units linked together and based on the everyday visual experience of the student's own environment. The practical work can include Life Sketching, Still Life, Imaginative Composition, Design and Craftwork.

  6. PDF Imaginative Composition or Still Life Craft or Design

    The Imaginative Composition or Still Life component and the Craft or Design component will be executed as coursework in schools over an extended period of time; (a period of approximately six weeks, which involves about 15 hours of class time, is envisaged.)

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    How to get an H1 in the Leaving Cert Art Exam by Beatrice B Beatrice B got a H1 in her higher Leaving Cert Art exam. She's now studying Veterinary Medicine in University College Dublin. Here she shares what she learned. Art Art is a fantastic subject. Whether you took Art for Junior Cert or not, this subject can appeal to anyone.

  8. Art

    Leaving Certificate Art (including Crafts) is studied across four main areas of Art History and Appreciation, Still Life, Imaginative Composition, Design and Craftwork. These are all supported by the underlying use of observational studies, which enables students to build up a range of work and develop their skills and knowledge.

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  10. Art

    The Leaving Cert Art course consists of Coursework, Life Sketching and History and Appreciation of Art. Coursework (a) Imaginative Composition or Still Life and (b) Design or Craftwork The Imaginative Composition or Still Life component and the Craft or Design component is executed as coursework in school.

  11. Leaving Cert

    2. Imaginative Composition or Still life 100. 3. Life Sketching 50 (two studies). 4. Art History 150 (3 questions X 50 marks each). For elements 1. 2. and 3. - Pupils receive exam papers a week prior to sitting exam. These exams are completed at the end of April/beginning of May. Timetable for the Leaving Cert. Mock examinations -

  12. Leaving Cert Art College of Commerce: Leaving Cert Art Curriculum

    Leaving Cert Dexterity Curriculum Layout. Art Curriculum Layout Subject Content Design or Craft - 5 hrs - 100 marks. ... Imaginative Composition or Still life 100. 3. Life Sketching 50 (two studies). 4. Art History 150 (3 questions X 50 marks each). For elements 1. 2. and 3. - Pupils receive exam papers a week prior to sitting exam.

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    Leaving Cert Art Your of Commerce. Leaving Cert Art Learning View. Art Curriculum Layout Subject Content Design otherwise Trades - 5 hrs - 100 marks. ... Imaginative Composition or Still existence 100. 3. Life Sketching 50 (two studies). 4. Art History 150 (3 issues WHATCHAMACALLIT 50 marks each). For elements 1. 2. real 3.

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    Leaving Cert Art Education Arrangement. Art Curriculum Blueprint Subject Content Design or Craft - 5 hrs - 100 highlight. ... Imaginative Composition or Still life 100. 3. Life Sketching 50 (two studies). 4. Art Books 150 (3 questions X 50 marks each). For elements 1. 2. press 3. - Pupils maintain exam papers a week prior to sitting exam.

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    Leaving Cert Art Curriculum Layout. Art Curriculum Layout Subject Satisfied Design with Craft - 5 hrs - 100 marks. ... Imaginative Composition or Silent real 100. 3. Life Sketching 50 (two studies). 4. Art History 150 (3 questions X 50 marks each). For elements 1. 2. and 3. - Pupils keep examinations papers adenine weekly prior for seat exam.

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    Leaving Cert Art College on Commerce. Leaving Cert Art Syllabus Layout. Art Curriculum Layout Subject Content Design or Craft - 5 hr - 100 footprints ... Imaginative Composition or Still life 100. 3. Life Sketching 50 (two studies). 4. Art Our 150 (3 questions SCRATCH 50 marks each). For elements 1. 2. and 3.

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    Leaving Cert Expertise Curriculum Layout. Art Curriculum Layout Subject Content Design or Craft - 5 hrs - 100 marks. ... Imaginative Composition or Still life 100. 3. Life Sketching 50 (two studies). 4. Art History 150 (3 questions X 50 marks each). For elements 1. 2. and 3. - Pupils receive exam papers ampere hebdomad prior to sitting exam.

  18. IMAGINATIVE COMPOSITION

    Welcome to class! In today's class, we will be talking about imaginative composition. Enjoy the class! Imaginative Composition It is the art technique of creating works of art through the ability to form a mental image that is not perceived through the five senses.

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  20. English 101 Imaginative Composition Examination Questions for Students

    that it was only a nightmare. 4. Imaginative composition (compulsory) (a) Write a composition agreeing or disagreeing with the statement, "Ethnicity is the major cause of. (b) Write a composition ending with the statement, " This experience taught me that to be great, you have to be humble.". 5.

  21. PDF Imaginative Composition Still Life

    Leaving Certificate 2013 Art Higher Level Imaginative Composition or Still Life Total Marks 100 Candidates may present an Abstract Composition following either the Imaginative Composition or the Still Life option. Materials may include a wide variety of papers and media such as pencil, graphite, charcoal, ink and brush, crayons, paint, conté, etc.

  22. PDF Imaginative Composition Still Life

    Leaving Certificate 2013 Art Ordinary Level Imaginative Composition or Still Life Total Marks 100 Candidates may present an Abstract Composition following either the Imaginative Composition or the Still Life option. Materials may include a wide variety of papers and media such as pencil, graphite, charcoal, ink and brush, crayons, paint, conté ...

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