Level 1 Maori Visual Arts

101MVA
Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Ms Gilroy

This course is for students that have an interest in Maori art and culture, but are not currently art students. This exciting new course offers learners the opportunity to strengthen their personal cultural identity through viewing and making art works as well as participating in group activities, trips and workshops.

A major component of this course will be attending a bone carving workshops at the Aotearoa Bone and Stone carving studios. Learners will be making their own bone carvings and learning about how to prepare natural resources and create traditional jewelry. 


Learners will also be engaged in trips to view Maori artwork, and will be learning research, literacy and practical skills throughout the year. Learners will be able to work together and individually in a variety of ways to be creative and to make connections between themselves and the community.
Some of the main projects that will be happening through the year are bone carving, wood carving, exhibiting, photography, sculpture, participating in karakia and trips to Marae and the Museum.

This course offers a range of NCEA achievement standards and Unit Standards that contribute towards your Level 1 Certificate and also offers literacy credits towards Level 1 Literacy.
Some pathways that this course can lead to are Bachelor of Maori Visual Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Toi Whakaari, Bachelor of Jewelry Design, Bachelor of Spatial Design, Tourism, Apprenticeships in carving, creating a family business and many more.  




Pathway

Level 2 Maori Visual Arts

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

$25 course costs. This covers the transport to the various trips as well as materials and tools for carving.


Recommended Prior Learning

Open entry 


Credit Information
Assessment
Level
Internal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy Credits UE Literacy Credits Numeracy Credits
U.S. 23007 v2 Demonstrate knowledge of carving designs and their meaning
1
I
5
U.S. 23008 v2 Describe carved images, objects, and their uses
1
I
5
U.S. 30061 v2 Present own taonga Māori for display at exhibition
2
I
2
U.S. 30238 v2 Collect natural materials to create uncrafted taonga puoro
1
I
3
A.S. 90913 v4 Visual Arts 1.1 - Demonstrate understanding of art works from a Māori and another cultural context using art terminology
1
I
4
Y
A.S. 90914 v3 Visual Arts 1.2 - Use drawing methods and skills for recording information using wet and dry media
1
I
4
A.S. 90917 v3 Visual Arts 1.5 - Produce a finished work that demonstrates skills appropriate to cultural conventions
1
I
4
Total Credits

Total Credits Available: 27 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 27 credits.

Pathway Tags

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Disclaimer

Any information, costs or standards may change.