This collection of articles is designed to help high school Art students excel. Written by experienced Art teachers and students who have gained exceptional results, these articles compile tips, best practice and helpful learning strategies. Our material has been linked to by leading educational institutions all over the world.
One point perspective drawing: The ultimate guide. This article is packed with free printable teaching resources and is used by many high school Art departments. It is only a few months old, but is already third most visited article on our website.
150+ Art careers – the ultimate list. Illustrating the wide range of art-related occupations that are available, this article contains a careers poster and quotes from people in different creative industries.
Wondering how to annotate an A Level Art sketchbook, conduct formal analysis for IB Visual Arts, or looking for GCSE Art annotation examples? This article sets out best practice when it comes to producing outstanding sketchbook annotation.
Here we outline the benefits of digital presentation and explain how to create an ePortfolio for students, illustrating some of the best ePortfolio strategies used by high-achieving art students from around the world.
This article has been written for high school art students who are working upon a critical study of art, sketchbook annotation or an essay-based artist study. It contains a list of questions to guide students through the process of analyzing visual material of any kind.
This article lists still life ideas for teachers or students who are stuck or in need of inspiration. The collection includes tried and true favourites that have been used by Art teachers for generations, as well as more unusual and contemporary still life topics.