Book a live virtual classroom visit to revise content for the Studio Arts end of year examination.
After the popularity of the Studio Arts Exam Revision Workshop, the Gallery is offering the opportunity for Education Officer Helen Attrill to visit your class using video conferencing platforms such as Google Meet or others used by your school to revise specific points. These presentations are usually up to an hour in length, available on Mondays and Wednesdays only.
Choose from the points on the booking sheet or suggest another.
Join Bangerang Artist Peta Clancy and Curator, Dja Dja Wurrung Artist Natasha Carter as they share insights into creatively collaborating with First Nations communities, acknowledging and amplifying hidden histories, broadening perspectives and having hard conversations that foster healing.
This event will be live-streamed to the Bendigo Art Gallery Facebook page as a live-video post at 3pm.
The character of Love Forever, by Nell, sits centered on a wooden stool, animated with rounded holes for eyes and wide open mouth. What do you think, is this ceramic creature surprised, scared, shocked, happy to see you or singing a song? The figure’s shape is adorned with cockatoo feathers and those of a pet. If you look further at Nell’s work you will see this familiar face in a variety of expressions used on different shapes, materials and scenarios. With Nell's Love Forever in mind we invite you to make, decorate and display your own mini hand-built critter.
Bendigo Art Gallery in partnership with La Trobe Art Institute present this online interactive workshop will provide students with revision of Unit 3-4 Studio Arts Outcome 3 content in preparation for the end of year examination.
Learn what to expect in a Studio Arts exam such as structure, time management and the importance of correct application of terminology in gaining maximum marks.