This term we have two exhibitions suited to those studying Unit 4, Outcome 3. Brett Whiteley: Drawing is Everything and SOUL fury featuring contemporary female artists from across the globe. For both exhibitions we have a presentation for students and a teacher resource.
Exhibition Focus Presentations
Studio Arts Unit 4 (online)
Students can view presentations from Bendigo Art Gallery Curator Clare Needham on SOUL fury followed by Dr. Karen Annett-Thomas speaking about the Economies of Scale exhibition at La Trobe Art Institute. Both allow students to view a range of display styles and artworks to enrich their understanding of exhibition design and curatorship. This was filmed, recorded and generously shared by Paul Galaska and John Holton from the Communications Team at Bendigo Senior Secondary College.
Unit 4, Outcome 3 - Art Industry Contexts
Education lead presentations; via online with powerpoint
Program with Education Officer includes:
Introduction to a Bendigo Art Gallery exhibition with a choice of:
- SOUL Fury - contemporary art from women across the globe.
Education Officer visual presentation focusing on curatorial intention, conservation considerations and presentation/promotion of exhibition and artworks.
Watch co-curator Nur Shkembi speak about SOUL fury and download the e-publication which includes exhibition gallery views here
Read Senior Registrar Sarah Brown's blog Blinded by Light on Lighting Exhibitions for Preventative Conservation and Exhibitions here
Contact Karen Annett-Thomas for all La Trobe Art Institute queries K.Annett-Thomas@latrobe.edu.au
Exam Revision Day
Tuesday 21 September, 10am – 12.30pm (online)
Bookings are now closed please contact Helen Attrill on h.attrill@Bendigo.vic.gov.au if you have an enquiry
Bendigo Art Gallery in partnership with La Trobe Art Institute will present an online interactive workshop that will provide students with revision of Unit 3-4 Studio Arts Outcome 3 content in preparation for the end of year examination. View conservation materials online, learn about the role of a curator relating to specific exhibitions and how to successfully analyse unseen artworks to impress the examiners.
To enable the greatest access, this program will be delivered live online using zoom.
Registered students and teachers will be emailed a PDF of a booklet of notes and instructions on how to access the online lecture at least 2 days prior to the event.
Bendigo Art Gallery acknowledges the support of the Department of Education and Training through the Strategic Partnerships Program.