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Content description VCAMAR039

Media Arts / Levels 7 and 8 / Respond and Interpret
Content description
Identify specific features and purposes of media artworks from contemporary and past times, including media artworks of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, to explore viewpoints and enrich their media arts making
  1. surveying the history of television programming in both public and private sectors, commenting on the differences between contemporary and historical examples.
  2. comparing a media artwork such as an animation from a sole producer and an international organization, commenting on differences in style
  3. analysing the role of media artworks and media artists in transmitting cultural information to create awareness of contemporary issues, including those of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media artists
  4. conducting a case study of how the story from a Hollywood blockbuster film is adapted across media platforms to reach different audiences, for example, games players, social media users, television viewers
  5. evaluating how the meanings of media artworks can vary for different audiences and in different contexts for example, the different meanings of media artworks produced for live concerts compared to those produced for viewing online.
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