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This study draws on student engagement factors to examine the relationship between students' nonschool based arts experiences on their intrinsic motivation and self-efficacy to participate in visual arts responding tasks. Visual arts responding in the curriculum includes learning about artists and artworks, decoding art and making critical judgements, and is important in building 21 st century learning skills such as critical thinking and communication. A total of 266 Year 10 to 12 studentsdoi:10.1007/s13384-018-0269-8 fatcat:urizhuq53nd7dmv3242f6dun6i