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πŸ“’ How do Art classes work online?

You can discuss it directly with your teacher via email or phone. Their contact details are in the left-hand column of the lesson request. You can then decide with your teacher on the format of classes you would prefer. 

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πŸŽ“ How many teachers are available to give Art classes via webcam?

7466  Art teachers offer online art classes.

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πŸ’Έ What is the average price for online Art classes?

The average price for online Art classes is $ 20. 

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91% of tutors offer their first lesson for free. 

Online classes are on average 20% less expensive than face-to-face classes. 

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Get A Private Tutor to Help You Get Through Your Art Exams in the Final Years of High School

So you've decided to make art a part of the final years of your high school education? Making this choice offers some great benefits, like having the opportunity to improve your techniques no matter your specific field, be it fine arts like painting or drawing or visual arts like photography or video work. However, preparing a folio of your work during these two years is stressful for all student artists and it's best to make sure you have the right support you need as you study.


To supplement school classes, be they in textile design, digital arts or classical painting, some students decide to take a private course, live in person or online. The support of a professional tutor can be invaluable to student artists at this point in their learning and lessons could help you go further in your art education, through university and even into your later career as an artist.


But before looking at how online art classes can help even beginner art students, let's review some of the different art classes the ATAR curriculum offers students at the Year 11 and 12 level...


Types of Art You Can Study at the High School Level

Art is a subject that is taught differently to kids in states across Australia, but in most curriculums, there are a variety of visual and digital arts courses students can take. The main two sections of art education are creative and design.

Let's look at the features of each individual course:

Creative or Fine Art

This subject is probably what you're thinking of when you imagine high school art classes. One key learning area in this course that students will spend plenty of time on is art history, both Australian and international. Students need to understand how history has affected the evolution and practice of different art forms.


Another key area students will learn about are the techniques and processes of forming an idea and bringing it to life. This is where the step-by-step practical knowledge of drawing and painting techniques come in. Lessons will focus on times where watercolour is more appropriate than oil paint, colour theory or how to draw in different styles to reflect and complement your subject matter.


Finally, students will need to learn the skills to be able to respond to pieces of art from different artists when put in front of them. This means being able to speak to an artist's influences, style and history, as well as making connections between their work and other contemporaries.


So don't worry if you feel like you can't really draw or a just a beginner at painting. A fine arts course like this offers students so much more than just practical painting and drawing skills. You can gain critical thinking skills that will be useful through a university bachelor and even a later career.


These classes can be set in many different contexts in the design industry from fashion design to graphic design to photography, video and more. Whether you're in the studio free-drawing designs for garments or spending hours watching Photoshop for Beginner tutorials, each design course will have many aspects in common.


To start, students will spend class after class studying the design process, from developing ideas for design solutions to different challenges to going through the process of actually creating a piece, overcoming all of the practical challenges that come with it. This may mean spending hours creating a video for a particular purpose, or drawing the interior and exterior of a new public building.


Another key aspect of this type of class is understanding the idea that design is used as a way to communicate ideas and theories to an audience, and that the audience will relate to and interact with artists' creations.


Whether you want to learn to paint beautiful watercolours or work with professional digital art programs, these school courses are a great time to get a start, so you can move into a bachelor or industry with already developed art skills.


Studying Art Online: How does it work?

While you're in your school studio trying to choose the perfect colour of paint for your final project or trying to decide which digital format would be the best way to communicate your message, you might feel a little lost and not sure where to turn. School and academy teachers need to help all of their students equally, and might not be available at the time when you have an important question or breakthrough.


This is where online courses with a professional tutor could come in handy, and there are so many benefits to beginners and advanced kids alike. But you might be wondering, how can I learn are through the computer? Well, remember that a large part of high school arts courses actually focuses on the history and theories behind art and communication. While an online tutor might not be able to help you paint the perfect watercolour, they can certainly teach you about Picasso's history or the Brutalist architecture movement.


Speaking to a professional tutor live can also be very helpful when you're beginning to develop or refine your design ideas. They can use their industry knowledge and experience to give you tips on what would look best or communicate your message in the best way, and simply guide you as you produce your work. They can also help you prepare a folio and interviews if you're trying to get into a university bachelor course.


If you're keen to get a little support during Years 11 and 12, there is a range of Superprof tutors that you can look at to choose the one that offers the skills that you're looking for and even take a free trial lesson. With their help and a lot of time and effort, you can finish your two years of high school art feeling proud and confident!

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