Art

Art – D and C

Academic Department Details

Department:Art School

Subject:Art

Curriculum:ICSE

Course Content

D Form

  • Painting
  • Textile
  • Ceramic
  • Sculpture

C Form

  • Painting
  • Textile
  • Ceramic
  • Sculpture
  • Digital Art

Learning Objectives

  • Understanding of two-dimensional form
  • Understanding of colour
  • Familiarity with ceramic material and basic methodology
  • Understanding of sculptural quality in three-dimensional objects

Skills Acquired By Students

  • Material Handling and manipulation
  • Colour application and manipulation of surface
  • Manipulation of clay as a material to incorporate three-dimensional forms

General Comments

The course is aimed to provide a basic understanding of the media and method. Students explore all the mediums to give expression to their ideas and create a variety of art work within a specific set of methodology. In D Form, they work mainly on developing their drawing skill.

In C Form, emphasis is on helping boys develop their skills and learn material handling. In this Form, students are also introduced to Digital Media, especially Photoshop.

Art – B and A

Academic Department Details

Department:Department of Art

Subject:Art

Curriculum::ICSE

Course Content

B Form

  • Paper 1. (2 ½ hrs) Drawing and/or Painting from Still Life – 100 Marks
  • Paper 2. (2 ½ hrs) Drawing and/or Painting from Nature – 100 Marks
  • Project Works: 100 marks
    • Painting
    • Textile
    • Ceramic
    • Sculpture
    • Digital Art

A Form

  • Paper 1. (2 ½ hrs) Drawing and/or Painting from Still Life – 100 Marks
  • Paper 2. (2 ½ hrs) Drawing and/or Painting from Nature – 100 Marks
  • Project Works: 100 marks
    • Painting
    • Textile
    • Ceramic
    • Sculpture
    • Digital Art

Learning Objectives

  • Developing observation and drawing skill
  • Developing observational skill of natural objects
  • Familiarity of ceramic material and the basic process of glazing
  • Understanding mould and conversion in plaster of Paris

Skills Required to Learn

  • Observational Skill
  • Colour application and manipulation of surface
  • Manipulation of space and form

General Comments

Candidates will be required to practice sketching, painting, drawing, etc., in preparation for the examination. They will also undertake practical work on any of the topic suggested above. The practical work of the candidates will be assessed by the teacher as course work. The teacher is free to assess the course work either on the basis of continuous assessment or on the basis of periodical tests.

Art – S and SC

Academic Department Details

Department:Department of Art

Subject:Art

Curriculum::ISC and IB

Course Content

S Form

  • Paper 1: Drawing or Painting from Still Life
  • Paper 2: Drawing or Painting from the Nature
  • Crafts ‘B’ (Paper 6)
    • Painting
    • Sculpture
    • Ceramic
    • Digital Art
    • Textile
    • Photography
    • Printmaking
    • Filmmaking

SC Form

  • Paper 1: Drawing or Painting from Still Life
  • Paper 2: Drawing or Painting from the Nature
  • Crafts ‘B’ (Paper 6)
    • Painting
    • Sculpture
    • Ceramic
    • Digital Art
    • Textile
    • Photography
    • Printmaking
    • Filmmaking

Learning Objectives

  • Developing observation and drawing skill
  • Developing Observational skill of natural objects
  • Developing Craft Making Skill
  • Understanding of Material Manipulation

Skills Acquired by Students

  • Observational Skill
  • Colour application and manipulation of surface
  • Manipulation of space and form

General Comments

The candidates must submit at least one and not more than two example of craftwork which they have executed during the school year from any one of the craft from the above mentioned categories. Further evidence of study in the form of working drawings, small notebook, or photographs may also be submitted.