The materials on which the media named above can be used
The techniques peculiar to three different media
The equipment required to work in the medium of his/her choice
The basic art terms used in at least three media
Draw or paint an animal, bird, or flower of known species
Make a perspective drawing of a simple cube angled to the viewer
Make a perspective drawing of a group of objects or buildings
Draw or paint a `still life' set by the instructor
Draw or paint a landscape
Using pencils or paint, rough out a scene from a story set by the examiner, adding as much detail to part of it as time permits.
Lower Secondary Art Programme (Ministry of Education)
Action required from Schools / Districts:
Option 1 – Applicant who takes art as a hobby can submit a portfolio of the artwork acquired through a course attended outside school curriculum. The applicant may be required to attend an interview conducted by the CPB Committee.
Option 2 – Cadets who scored at least 60% for the relevant subject in Art (or equivalent) at Secondary 2 would qualify for the badge. Schools are to submit the end of year overall results slips as supporting evidence.
For schools who only offer the relevant subject in Secondary 1, prior official email notification needs to be given to CPB Committee. Thereafter, the end of year overall results slips for Sec 1 can be submitted instead.