does an ARTEXPRESS nomination mean you got a 50 on your work? (1 Viewer)


Le Phénix Trilingue
Aug 22, 2019
Krak des Chevaliers
Uni Grad
The Arts Unit states that, while nomination for ARTEXPRESS occurs after the marking of the HSC Visual Arts bodies of work, nomination for ARTEXPRESS does not indicate a particular mark for a student's body of work. This means that, while it is possible that a student received 50 for their body of work (given that exemplary artworks are nominated in the first place), this may not necessarily be the case, i.e. a nominee's mark may be different.

Other factors are involved in the nominations of works for ARTEXPRESS, that is, not all band 6 works will be nominated. Such factors include:
  • School type - The type of school that a student attended may be taken into consideration. For instance, the fact that a student attends a private school (or a public school etc.) could contribute to their nomination.
  • Gender - Whether a student is male or female could be considered when determining nominations.
  • Medium - The type of work that a student created may also be a contributing factor. An example of this is whether a student created a film or did a painting.
The reason that such criteria are implemented is to ensure an inclusive range and diverse group of students in the exhibition.

I hope this helps! :D

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