The Ramsay Art Prize exhibition and learning program assists educators in supporting students’ exploration and understanding of, and engagement with, contemporary Australian art.
Opportunities exist for students and educators to connect with the Australian Curriculum: Visual Arts through the strands of ‘Responding’ and ‘Making’, by considering the cultural and historical contexts in which the works were created, connecting to Cross-curriculum priorities and General capability themes.
Learning opportunities offered through the program include:
- Responding by using eyes, ears and imaginations
- Discussing how and why works are made (and displayed)
- Exploring varieties of techniques and materials
- Sharing what is seen as an audience
Download the Ramsay Art Prize 2017 Interpretive Resource
Educators are invited to hear about the Ramsay Art Prize with Leigh Robb, Curator of Contemporary Art. Certificate of attendance provided.
Date: Wednesday 31 May 4.30 for 5pm start
Where: Meet at The Studio
Suitable: Early years, primary, secondary, TRT and pre-service educators
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Guided and self-guided exhibition visits for schools
Take a guided session with one of our Guides, or experience the exhibition through independent self-guided group learning. Limited guided sessions available.
Date: 29 May – 25 August 2017
Suitable: Early years, primary and secondary students and educators
Cost: Free. Maximum of 30 students per class
Bookings essential. Submit a school booking request.
For further information and bookings:
T 08 8207 7033
F 08 8207 7070