Posts tagged: resource

Plant + Human - Teaching & Learning Resource

Plant + Human - Teaching & Learning Resource

Ten contemporary artists consider plants and their impact, both current and historical, on how we live.

This learning resource for teachers, parents and students is closely aligned with the Australian Curriculum in the following areas:

  • The Arts: Drama, Dance, Media Arts, Music, Visual Arts
  • English: Literature
  • Humanities and Social Science: History, Geography, Civic and Citizenship, ATSI Histories and Culture
  • Science: Earth and Environmental Science

Image: Polixeni Papapetrou, Rhodora, from the Eden series, 2016. Courtesy and © the Artist’s Estate and Michael Reid, Sydney.

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A Portrait Is A Puzzle: Cherine Fahd - Teaching & Learning Resource

A Portrait Is A Puzzle: Cherine Fahd - Teaching & Learning Resource

Cherine Fahd explores the connections between identity and contemporary portrait photography. Her works question the validity of first impressions and stereotypes.

This learning resource is closely aligned with the Australian Curriculum:

  • The Arts: Media Arts, Music, Visual Arts
  • Humanities and Social Science: Intercultural understanding, Civic and Citizenship, Asia and Australian’s Engagement with Asia

    Image: Cherine Fahd, Matthew from You look like a.... series, 2018. Courtesy and © the artist.

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    Always Will Be: Barbara McGrady - Teaching & Learning Resource

    Always Will Be: Barbara McGrady - Teaching & Learning Resource

    The first Aboriginal female photojournalist of her calibre in Australia, McGrady's photographs present a previously unseen perspective on key political and social events.

     This learning resource is closely aligned with the Australian Curriculum:

    • The Arts: Dance, Media Arts, Music, Visual Arts
    • Health and Physical Education: Movement and Physical Activity
    • Humanities and Social Science; History, Civic and Citizenship, ATSI Histories and Culture

      This resource for teachers, parents and students was developed in partnership with Reconciliation Australia and complemented by NITV & ACP Online Resource.

      Image: Barbara McGrady, Anthony Mundine V Joshua Clotty, WBA middle weight title fight, Entertainment Centre, April 2014. Courtesy of the artist

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      NSW Grandparents Day - Teaching & Learning Resource

      NSW Grandparents Day - Teaching & Learning Resource

      NSW Grandparents Day celebrates the contribution grandparents and older people make to their families and communities. This step-by-step guide is designed to assist students take portrait photographs with confidence. 

      This learning resource for teachers, parents and students is closely aligned with the Australian Curriculum:

      • The Arts: Media Arts, Visual Arts
      • Humanities and Social Science: Civic and Citizenship

      Image: Emy Dossett, Sharing the most special moments of the day when the sun begins to wake with the most precious people, 2016. Courtesy and © the artist.

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      Under The Sun - Teaching & Learning Resource

      Under The Sun - Teaching & Learning Resource

      Reflecting Australia’s multicultural, multi-ethnic and multi-faith nature, 'Under the sun: Reimagining Max Dupain’s Sunbaker', presents works by fifteen Australian artists who interrogate the social and political implications of an iconic image and the complexities at play surrounding our collective and national identity.

      This learning resource is closely aligned with the Australian Curriculum:

      • The Arts: Drama, Dance, Media Arts, Visual Arts
      • Humanities and Social Science: History, Geography, Economics and Business, Civic and Citizenship, ATSI Histories and Culture, Asia and Australian’s Engagement with Asia

      Image: Max Dupain, Sunbaker, 1937.

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      School Selfie Project - Teaching & Learning Resource

      School Selfie Project - Teaching & Learning Resource

      For teachers, parents and students, this free lesson plan aids in creating your own 'Selfie' project using any accessible mobile device. This resource outlines the process of portrait photography from concept to post-production, including lighting and composition.

      Developed in association with SBS, this resource is aligned with the Australian Curriculum:

      • The Arts: Media Arts, Visual Arts
      • Humanities and Social Science: Information and Communication Technology; and Civic and Citizenship.

       

      Image: Elliot Erwitt, USA, New York City, 1946. © Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos

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      Transfer - Teaching & Learning Resource

      Transfer - Teaching & Learning Resource

      'Transfer' presents works by seven global artists who consider inter-related themes, from nomadism and migration, to cultural identity and environmental change.

      This resource for teachers, parents and students explores a diverse range of photo-media practices. It is aligned with the Australian curriculum for Visual Arts and considers the artists' use of subjective, cultural, structural and postmodern frames.

      Image: Leila Jeffreys, Portrait of a Budgerigar, Jimmy, 2008. Courtesy and © the artist and Olsen & Irwin Gallery, Sydney

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      Life's A Beach: Martin Parr - Teaching & Learning Resource

      Life's A Beach: Martin Parr - Teaching & Learning Resource

      Celebrated UK artist and Magnum Photographer Martin Parr's Life's a Beach celebrates the seaside in its myriad forms.

      This resource for teachers, parents and students is aligned with the Australian curriculum for Visual Arts and considers the artist's use of subjective, cultural, structural and postmodern frames.

      Image: Martin Parr, Margate, UK, 1986. Courtesy and © the artist and Magnum Photos

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      The Alchemists: rediscovering photography in the age of the jpeg - Teaching & Learning Resource

      The Alchemists: rediscovering photography in the age of the jpeg - Teaching & Learning Resource

      This project considers the resurgent interest in experimental darkroom processes within contemporary photography with a particular focus on the Asia-Pacific region.

      This learning resource is closely aligned with the Australian Curriculum:

      • The Arts: Media Arts, Visual Arts, Design
      • Humanities and Social Science: History, Asia and Australian’s Engagement with Asia
      • Science: Chemistry

      Image; Danica Chappell, Distances #1 2014. Courtesy and © the artist

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