What does Mastery in Art actually look like in our School?
In the Art Curriculum Mastery is when a child is able to research an art movement or artist in greater depth and adapt ideas and processes into their own art. They would display a higher level of technical skill with a broad range of tools and media and think of innovative ways to use this knowledge to enhance creativity and develop a style of their own.
When evaluating their work they are more analytical and work independently to assess and improve their art. They have a greater breadth of knowledge about artists and key art movements and can explain, make judgements and offer personal opinions about works of art.