NWCP1918 Visual Arts: Techniques in Watercolour Painting

Fees: $285*

Course Code: NWCP1918
Presenter: Gill William Smith
Course Date: Negotiable – Please contact the College to book Shelley to come to your school
Venue: At your school
Individuals: $285
Whole Faculty School Enrolments: By negotiation, please contact the Sydney Rudolf Steiner College NESA Co-ordinator on (02) 9261 4001

* Includes a non refundable enrolment fee of $77.

Course Outline

In this course participants will gain practical skills in a variety of watercolour techniques, as well as ideas for the planning and facilitation of Visual Arts programs in the classroom.  By creating four paintings, each based on a seasonal theme, participants will be introduced to a range of watercolour techniques including: laying down a wash, using wet-on-wet and wet-on-dry methods, overlaid wash and layering, lifting out with sponge and brush, positive and negative space, scumbling and s’grafitto salt texturing and the use of masking fluid. Emphasis will be placed on interpretation through the use of colour, tonal recession and the balance of light and dark. Understanding and mastering these basic techniques will allow participants to adapt them to their own use within the classroom over a range of primary school ages.

For proficient teachers:

Completing Visual Arts: Techniques in Watercolour Painting will contribute 6 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 2.1.2, 2.2.2, and 3.1.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

Teachers please note:

We will validate your attendance however, for your hours to appear on your record, you need to login in to NESA with your 6 digit number and do an evaluation for the hours to be counted.

 

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