The Gallery houses a treasure trove of stimulus material for Primary children that can be linked to numerous themes in the classroom.
Students are encouraged to build a skill set which allows them to identify and describe key features of art works from their own and other cultures. They are then encouraged to select and respond to that information and generate ideas that inform their own work.
Programs can be customized to meet individual school's needs or school groups can choose from the following workshops.
Secondary programs are linked to current exhibitions and aim to generate ideas that promote dialogue on a range of contemporary, historical and cultural subjects and themes.
In addition the Gallery hosts annually a VCE Studio Arts Forum which covers Unit 3-Art Industry Contexts, and the annual Hamilton TOPS Exhibition which showcases the best VCE Art works and portfolios from several Colleges in the Western District.
SAVE THE DATE
Exhibition Opening: Friday 8 November @ 6:00pm
Exhibition Dates: 11 November - 1 December
Showcases the best VCE major works in the areas of Studio Art and Visual Communication and Design. This exhibition gives audiences a wonderful insight into the ideas and influences that inspire young people today. To be opened by local artist Ron Penrose.
Years: 9 - 11 (1 hour workshop)
Students explore the concepts, processes, materials and presentation that go into making a major work for VCE Studio Arts and Graphic Communication. What makes a strong work and why?
To arrange a date and booking please contact Sue McGinnity on (03) 5573 0460 or email email@example.com
VELS HUMANITIES –HISTORY, LEVEL 4-6
Students will explore the nature and consequence of contact between colonial settlers and Indigenous people by examining works in the exhibition that feature The Red Cloak.
The following themes will be explored from both European and Indigenous perspectives.
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The Gallery is currently offering the following Professional Learning Opportunity designed to assist teachers in the classroom.
Bookings can be made at the Gallery by phoning (03)5573 0460
OR email details and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cross curriculum priority - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures
- Gunditjmara – a thematic history
- Resource Kit
Due to the success of our recent Cultural Awareness Program we are now offering schools the opportunity to access this Professional Development Program through Outreach Education.
Our Education Officer is available to present this program at Staff Development days.
The presentation runs for approx. 1.5 hours.