NCEA Level 3 Print Making 301

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Ms M. Ross

Recommended Prior Learning

Preferable: 8 credits from Level 2 Printmaking. Students who achieved Merit or higher in the Level 1 Visual Art external standard may also be considered.

Print Making 301
This course allows students to push the boundaries within printmaking by producing both 2 and 3 dimensional works combining multiple processes. The primary focus will be a folio consisting of 3 A1 panels of work for the external standard. Students will begin by choosing a subject and style they are interested in and this will become the basis for their folio. They will begin by selecting relevant printmaking models from established practice to kick start the translation of ideas from drawings and paintings into at least two forms of printmaking. Their chosen subject will be explored through developed sequences of drawing, and small and large works which develop, clarify and resolve their ideas in print. 

Interested students should view the slide show in the 'Useful Links' section.

UE Approved Subject

Learning Areas:


Assessment Policy & Procedures
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

Donation to cover portion of materials used: $90.00 ($80.00 + $10.00 Photocopying for individual copying and printing). Students will receive all materials in class. There may be a trip to Te Papa to view original works of art and to hear a talk on various themes in NZ and international art. The cost for the Te Papa trip is approximately $10.00

Pathway Tags

Animator, Concept Artist, Digital Illustrator, Digital 3D Modeller, Web Designer, iPhone / Android App Designer, Television / Film Producer, Documentary Film Maker, Camera Operator, Film Editor, Special Effects Designer, Video Game Design, You Tube Video Creator, Advertising Director, Logo / Branding Designer, Sign Writer, Magazine Layout Designer, Book / eBook Designer, Packaging Designer, Calendar / Stationary / Wallpaper Designer, Typographer, Industrial Designer / Bridge Designer, Toy Designer, Utensil Designer, Miniature Model Maker / Mock up Artist, Stained Glass Window Designer, Prop Designer, Food Product Designer, Potter / Ceramic Designer, Wood Turner / Carver, Mosaic Designer, Jeweller, Glass Artist, Airbrush Artist / Spray Painter, Architectural Illustrator, Book Illustrator, Graphic Illustrator, Technical / Textbook Illustrator, Storyboard Illustrator, Cartoonist / Caricaturist, Commercial Artist, Fine Artist (painter, sculptor etc.), Printmaker / Screen Printer, Courtroom Artist, Art Conservationist, Special Effects Makeup / Creature Design, Mural Artist, Tattoo Artist, Fibre Artist, Accessories Designer (Shoes / Bags / hats), Dressmaker, Fashion Consultant, Fashion Designer / Sports Apparel Designer, Fashion Merchandising, Pattern Maker, Costume Designer, Home Wares Designer, Fabric / Textiles Designer, Architect, Landscape Architect, Urban Designer / Town Planner, Playground / Theme Park / Sports Arena / Golf Course Designer, Interior Designer / Decorator, Film Set / Stage Design, Advertising Photographer, Fashion Photographer, Photo Journalist, Food Photographer, Portrait Photographer, Underwater Photographer, Wedding Photographer, Director of Photography, Art School Director, Primary School Teacher, Intermediate Art Teacher, College Art Teacher, University Lecturer / Professor, Private Art Instructor, Art Therapist, Art Dealer, Artist Agent, Food Stylist, Florist, Display and Exhibition Planner, Art / Design / Colour Consultant, Gallery Owner / Assistant, Museum Curator, Personal Stylist, Picture Framer, Online Curator, Art curriculum writer, Art Historian, Art Critic, Arts Administrator, Arts and Cultural Planner, Website owner / Blogger, Graphic Novel Author

Useful Links