image: Rosemary Laing, Australia, 1959, Jim, from the series 'leak', 2010, New South Wales, type C photograph, 127.0 x 255.5 cm (image & sheet);

Research Project

The Art Gallery of South Australia – a place for curiosity and discovery. 

To produce a successful Research Project, it’s important to select a question that will sustain your interest all year. If you are passionate about the visual arts or design and want to explore a topic with this in mind, visit the Gallery and see how the collection can form the foundations for your proposal.


Some research project topics may include

- If you were a curator how would you structure a rehang of Australian Art?

- Does South Australia need a bigger gallery? Imagine you were the director. How would you envisage the space?

- How does the Gallery depict the history of our continent? Is it a fair depiction?

- Debate the role of artists in stimulating discussion around the ethical implications of science and technology.

- What are the economic, social and cultural impacts of TARNANTHI?

- The Art Gallery of South Australia – a place for creative thinking and questioning

- How important is a healthy Arts scene for South Australia?

- Nurturing confident and creative individuals through visual arts. Case study: Art Gallery of South Australia

- Today’s artists challenge us to ask questions and engage with our world. Use the Gallery’s contemporary exhibition program to explore this statement.

- Explore how technology has changed the way artists have made works of art. 

If you have any questions or would like to develop a topic with the Gallery as your focus and need further assistance contact learning@artgallery.sa.gov.au

Download the Research Project flyer


The Gallery’s Learning and Educator programs are supported by the Government of South Australia through the Department of Education and Child Development.

image: Rosemary Laing, Australia, 1959, Jim, from the series 'leak', 2010, New South Wales, type C photograph, 127.0 x 255.5 cm (image & sheet)

 

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