Dobell Drawing Prize #22
|Age: 15-17 years|
|Friday 7 October, 9am - 12pm|
|Saturday 8 October, 9am - 12pm|
Educational Tours - Wednesday 7 September to Friday 21 October
We have planned an exciting experience for students to come and learn about the Dobell Drawing Prize #22 and encourage all schools in the local and surrounding areas to consider booking a tour date with us. Guided tours are a free experience and will be presented by the Gallery Coordinator Raymond Wholohan. If you were interested in taking the experience further we have a range of additional activities we can offer.
To book a tour or to enquire about a custom art experience please contact the Griffith Regional Art Gallery on 6962 8338 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dobell Drawing Prize #22 Education Kit
This resource is written in line with the years 7–10 Visual Arts Syllabus and the Higher School Certificate Visual Arts Syllabus, as a guide to exploring the exhibition or as a pre/post visit resource. It includes two activities suitable for years K-6. Tertiary students and the general public may also find the resource useful. Teachers can use this resource to engage students in a critical appreciation of contemporary drawing. The resource encourages students to consider a range of forms, themes and genres which will inform their own artmaking.
|Saturday & Sunday: 11am - 2pm|
|Wednesday - Friday: 10am - 5pm|
|Closed: Monday & Tuesday|
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