University Senior College students viewing works in the Elder Wing, Art Gallery of South Australia. Featured work of art: Arthur Boyd, The sisters, 1954, Murrumbeena, Victoria, earthenware, 95.5 x 50.0 x 34.0 cm, Morgan Thomas Bequest Fund 1955, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. photo: Nat Rogers

Secondary

RAMSAY ART PRIZE  
Weekdays until 25 August 2017 
Free
The Ramsay Art Prize learning program assists educators in supporting students’ exploration, engagement, and understanding of contemporary Australian art. Learning programs are aligned with the Australian Curriculum: Visual Arts learning area, and connect to the general capabilities and cross curriculum priority areas.
Exhibition visits available for Early years, F-12 students and educators.
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CAREERS ARTFEST
What does a career in the Arts look like?
Senior secondary students, educators and parent/caregivers gain a deeper understanding of the diversity of art careers through interactive presentations. Speakers include practicing artists, designers, curators and arts industry professionals. Certificates of attendance provided to Educators.
When Friday 11 August, 10am - 2pm
Cost $5 student, $2 equity/regional student, $15 educators and parent/caregivers
Bookings email learning@artgallery.sa.gov.au (provide contact details, name of school, number and year level of students, number of educators and parent/caregivers)



POP UP STUDIO - SALLY SMART
5 August - 17 September 2017

Visit the pop up studio in the vestibule and create a collage in response to the Choreography of Cutting by Australian contemporary artist Sally Smart  
Places are limited.  
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2017 SECONDARY DRAWING EXHIBITION
 
Showcasing works of art by senior secondary students, this exhibition is a result of their life drawing, self-portraiture and fashion illustration workshop experiences at the Gallery 
When Friday 4 August, 4.30pm - 6pm exhibition opening in the Radford Auditorium
4 - 27 August, 10am - 5pm each day
Cost Free  
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FASHION HISTORY AND ILLUSTRATION WORKSHOP

Take a journey through 300 years of fashion. Students join Rebecca Evans, Curator of Decorative Arts, to chart the history of fashionable dress through rarely seen garments from the collection. Referencing the garments, specifically construction, manufacture the silhouette, students participate in drawing activities led by illustrator Sue Ninham
When 9 and 11 October, 10am - 4pm per workshop
20 participants per workshop
Cost $60 student, $45 equity or country student, $95 educator
Bookings email learning@artgallery.sa.gov.au (provide contact details, name of school, number and year level of students and/or number of educators)



DRAWING IN THE GALLERY WORKSHOPS
Following a visit of the permanent and collection displays, students join artist facilitators for an introduction to drawing workshop in the Gallery. Featuring a selected work from the collection, students explore line, tone and proportion. Workshop content able to be adapted to suit curriculum requirements.
Suitable Years 8 to 10
When Weekdays during school term (subject to availability of artist facilitator)
Session times 10am-12pm, 11am - 1pm or 12-2pm. Other times available by request.
Cost $200 per class group, $130 per equity or class groups (maximum 30 students/class).
Subsidised cost for class groups less than 15 students, conditions apply.
Bookings Submit a school booking request



PERMANENT & COLLECTION DISPLAYS
A visit to the Art Gallery's permanent and collection displays provide many Australian Curriculum connected learning opportunities for secondary class groups. Take a guided session with one of our Guides, or enjoy displays through independent self-guided group learning. Auslan and audio description support also available by request
When Weekdays during school term, 10am-5pm
Cost
Free
Bookings Submit a school booking request



GUIDED LANGUAGE TOURS
Do you teach a language? Do your students need to practice their listening and comprehension skills? Do they need experience interacting with others in either French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese or Spanish? Engage your students with your target language by using significant works of art to develop their language skills. Contact the learning team to arrange your guided tour.
When Weekdays during school term, 10am-5pm
Cost
Free
Bookings Submit a school booking request



TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Culture   
From Term 4
Free
The TARNANTHI learning program assists educators in supporting students’ exploration, engagement, and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Culture. Learning programs are aligned with the Australian Curriculum: Visual Arts learning area, and connect to the general capabilities and cross curriculum priority areas.
Exhibition visits and Studio workshops available for Early years, F-12 students and educators.
More information here >



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UNPACKING AGSA
Meet AGSA, our interactive blue creature, whose inquisitive nature will take students on an adventure through the Art Gallery of South Australia. 
This online art game supports students to investigate and experiment with art elements such as colour, shape, form, symmetry, perspective, line, texture, proportion and contrast. 
Suitable Years 2-9

Information about Unpacking AGSA
Unpacking AGSA online interactive education game
To successfully use this interactive game, you will need the latest version of Adobe Flash Player


CHANGING WORLDS
Changing Worlds: A South Australian story is a web-based resource aligned with Years 4, 5 and 9 Australian Curriculum (AC): History and Arts. Selected artefacts, images and works of art from the South Australian Museum and Art Gallery of South Australia have been chosen to support educators' discussions with students about the colonisation/invasion of South Australia.
The accompanying education resource has been developed to guide teachers’ classroom use of Changing Worlds: A South Australian story. The themes explored in this resource may be complemented by a local art gallery or museum, or the Art Gallery of South Australia and South Australian Museum.

Visit the Changing Worlds website
Changing Worlds education resource

 

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FURTHER INFORMATION & BOOKINGS

Learning at the Gallery
Telephone (08) 8207 7033
Email learning@artgallery.sa.gov.au
North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000

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


image: University Senior College students viewing works in the Elder Wing, Art Gallery of South Australia. Featured work of art: Arthur Boyd, The sisters, 1954, Murrumbeena, Victoria, earthenware, 95.5 x 50.0 x 34.0 cm, Morgan Thomas Bequest Fund 1955, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. photo: Nat Rogers


       

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