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What is a VISUAL DIARY?

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The following examples are not necessarily from visual diaries,
although they are all examples of what can be in a visual diary.
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VAPD
"Students are required to keep a VAPD - Visual Arts Process Diary - during
the Preliminary and HSC Visual Arts courses. It is expected that there
should be some connection between what is in the diary and what is
produced as an artwork.
Students can use their diaries to formulate ideas
and their intentions for what they will do in artmaking and it may indicate a
student's research within the creative process. It can suggest technical
interests and risk-taking, beliefs and interpretations and allow for
reflection, evaluation and assessment
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Visual Arts Stage 6 Syllabus - Board of Studies NSW  

ARTEXPRESS 07
ARTEXPRESS is a cutting-edge, stylish series of contemporary exhibitions
of outstanding artworks created by NSW Higher School Certificate (HSC)
Visual Arts students from both metropolitan and regional New South Wales,
Australia. Selections of works have been presented in the Art Gallery of New
South Wales, the exhibition's principal venue, since 1983.
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