Uploading Visual Arts Checklist
Checklist for Uploading IB Visual Arts
Here it is, a simplified checklist for students to know exactly what they need to have ready for the Electronic Submission of all 3 components. Set your dates to deliver, allowing plenty of flex time, and good luck everyone!
Place your IB candidate number on all documents, not your name and take note of current assessment amendments in red or go to Assessment Updates
HL 10-15 screens plus 3-5 screens making connections to own artwork
SL 10-15 screens only
The CS is submitted as a PDF document, max file size 50 MB
A list of sources submitted as a separate doc, docx, pdf, rtf, 1 MB
HL 13-25 screens
SL 9-18 screens
Submitted as PDF max file size 50 MB
An additional screen listing Sources is now required for the Process Portfolio. This page will not affect the number of screens submitted.
Remember to include the minimum number of art making forms for your level
removal of art making forms requirements 2021/22
Curatorial Rationale (text file DOC, DOCX, PDF, RTF)
- HL Max 700 words
- SL Max 400 words
2 Exhibition Overview Photos ( 1 mandatory 1 optional in 2021/22) ( image files JPG, JPEG, PNG, Max file size 5 MB)
- HL 8-11 (7-10)
- SL 4-7 (4-6)
Artworks Image files: JPG, JPEG, PNG, Video: F4V, M4V, MOV, MP4
Max file size 5 MB images/Video 500 MB, 5 minutes
Additional supporting photographs, 2 per artwork permitted but not required, use where needed, for example a detail of a large piece, a series, a sculpture, an installation
Exhibition texts for each artwork, include title, medium, size and a brief supporting text. Max 500 characters, save as document.
For more info see Remote Exhibition Documentation
Download, print, uploading visual arts checklist
Do not submit incomplete work. If work has not been completed 2 weeks prior to submission deadline teachers should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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For the finer details regarding each separate component go to the relevant site pages
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