What is Art & Design?
When we think of Art and Design
we may think of painting and drawing, and we understand this subject to be very
creative. There is, however, far more to this subject than initially meets the
Art and Design is a broad
creative subject that focuses on hands-on learning. In this subject, you will
develop a well-rounded understanding of the creative process through direct
experience with a variety of visual media, like painting, drawing, sculpture,
and graphic design. This is also a subject that enables you to develop your
ideas and personal artistic style.
Fine Art or Design
When deciding on a creative career,
the first thing to consider is whether you want to specialise in Fine Art or
Design. Despite the fact that these two occupations are interwoven, the primary
focus of art careers is on the creation of things with aesthetic appeal, meaning
or a response to a topic or theme.
careers, on the other hand, are concerned with recognising creative needs or
possibilities and then developing design solutions to address them. This form
of creativity often has a more functional approach.
Whether you choose to pursue Fine
Art or Design, each area will assist you in developing the transferable skills
and knowledge necessary for a creative career.
You'll learn the basics of each
medium and how to incorporate them into your own creative projects. You will
learn research techniques and investigate a variety of topics such as 2D and 3D
skills, colour theory, texture, composition, planning, critical thinking,
context, and the development of a design concept or an artwork plan.
The study of art and design helps
students acquire a variety of "soft skills" such as effective
communication and teamwork, the ability to solve problems creatively,
self-discipline, and contextual awareness. Your pursuit of a creative job may
benefit from possessing skills such as these.
Creative careers in TV and broadcasting
In the world of art and design,
there are a variety of job prospects waiting to be explored. Because there are
so many different ways in which your creative skills can be put to use, it is
crucial to do your research and understand what kind of career path aligns with
your interests and skills.
Did you know that the television
and broadcasting industry employs people in a wide variety of roles that need
creative thinking and problem solving? Why don't you have a look at the some of the many
different jobs that put artistic and creative skills to use: