The syllabus fosters creativity, imagination, sensory perception, innovation, conceptual thinking and powers of observation. The syllabus develops artistic skills and provides form and meaning to the ideas, thoughts and feelings of learners by widening cultural horizons while encouraging enterprise.
- Appreciate the value of art as a historical, socio-economic, political and cultural reflection of indigenous identity, nation building and national pride.
- Recognize societies’ socio-political, cultural, religious and historical influences on Art.
- Understand the relationship between self and others through Art.
- Use art vocabulary to evaluate works of Art.
- Acquire management skills in arts enterprise.
- Develop competencies in art technology.
- Develop the skills to create pieces of artworks using available resources.
- Demonstrate an ability to work independently and collaboratively in research and art production.
- Develop competencies and creative skills in problem solving, critical thinking, communication and time management that contribute to lifelong learning through Art.
- Appreciate the relationship between Art and other fields of knowledge.
- Appreciate the aesthetic and therapeutic value of art.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 45 hours
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 70
- Assessments Yes