St Joseph's Memorial School year 6 & 7 students investigating Lizard Tale (breaking cycle) by Magic Object artist Hiromi Tango. photo: Saul Steed.

Primary

SAPPERS & SHRAPNEL
11 November 2016 - 29 January 2017
Free admission
The Sappers & Shrapnel learning program assists educators in supporting students’ exploration, engagement, and understanding of Trench Art, objects made from the waste of warfare - objects crafted by soldiers, civilians and prisoners of war. This project invites contemporary artists to produce new work in response to the Australian War Memorial’s collection of Trench Art, which includes items made during the First World War by Australian and New Zealand servicemen and women and Turkish prisoners of war.
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 educators and F-12 students.
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and culture
Challenging perspectives?
In this 2 hour learning program (developed for NAIDOC Week), students visit both the Migration Museum galleries and the Art Gallery of South Australia collections. Learning outcomes focus on reflection and analysis of South Australia’s 60,000 year plus rich history.
Migration Museum
In this 1 hour learning program students are taken through the Migration Museum galleries separately by two different presenters and told the history of South Australia from two different perspectives- the Aboriginal perspective and the Colonisers perspectives using the same galleries.
Students are challenged to think critically about their own perspectives and opinions, to question texts and sources, to identify bias and to discuss whose story is being told. 
Art Gallery of South Australia 
In this 1 hour learning program students are taken through the Art Gallery of South Australia collections to explore colonial and contemporary art with a critical perspective.
This collaborative learning program supports:
- Learning Areas: History, Civics and Citizenship, English, Visual Art
- Cross Curriculum Priority: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and culture
- General Capabilities: Critical and creative thinking, Ethical behavior, Intercultural understanding
Suitable  Years 4-7
When Throughout the year (subject to availability - not available on Tuesdays)  
Cost

Art Gallery of South Australia - Free
Migration Museum - $4 student, $2 equity/regional student
Bookings essential Submit a school booking request



ME, MYSELF, I
Early Years Self-Portrait Workshops

This workshop invites participants to reflect on the portrait and self-portraiture as a form of artistic expression using Reggio Emilia's pedagogic approach. The Reggio approach places a high value on children's ability to improvise and respond to and enjoy the unexpected.
Workshops are only available for class groups.
Suitable Kindergarten to Year 3
When
22-24, 27-28 February, 1-3 March 2017
14-16 June, 19-23 June 2017
15-17, 20-24 November 2017
Session times 10-11.30am and 12.30-2pm each day
Cost $250 per class group, $180 per equity or country class group (maximum 30 children/class)
Subsidised cost for class groups less than 15 children, conditions apply.
Bookings Submit a school booking request




VERSUS RODIN 
4 March - 2 July 2017 
$30 per class group

The  Versus Rodin learning program assists educators in supporting students’ exploration, engagement, and understanding of the idea of the body in sculpture. 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.
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DreamBIG FESTIVAL
In this 1 hour learning program students are taken through the Art Gallery of South Australia collections to explore historical and contemporary art with a critical perspective.
This learning program supports:
- Learning Areas: English, Visual Art, English and History
- Cross Curriculum Priority: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and culture
- General Capabilities: Critical and creative thinking, Ethical behavior, Intercultural understanding
Suitable years R - 7
When 18-19, 22-26 May 2017
Session times 10-11am, 11.30am-12.30pm and 1-2pm each day
Cost Free (maximum 30 students/class)
Bookings essential Submit a school booking request



RAMSAY ART PRIZE  
Weekdays, 29 May - 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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TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Culture  
Weekdays during school Term 4, 16 October - 15 December 2017 
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 cute, 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 educators' 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

Mark Fischer
DECD Education Manager

Ryan Sims 
Education Support Officer

Telephone
(08) 8207 7033
Email agsa.education@artgallery.sa.gov.au
North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000

Outreach Education is a team of specialist DECD educators based in major public organisations. Each educator creates and manages curriculum-focused learning programs for early years to senior students and educators using the expertise, collections and events at their unique site.

images:
1. St Joseph's Memorial School year 6 & 7 students investigating Lizard Tale (breaking cycle) by 2016 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Magic Object artist Hiromi Tango, April 2016. photo: Saul Steed
2. Westminster Primary School students participating in Art Alive interactive performance program (May 2015)
3. Westminster Primary School students participating in Art Alive interactive performance program (May 2015)

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