John Wolseley and Mulkun Wirrpanda—Molluscs / Maypal and the warming of the seas
installation view, Geelong Gallery, 2019
Photographer: Andrew Curtis

John Wolseley and Mulkun Wirrpanda—Molluscs / Maypal and the warming of the seas
installation view, Geelong Gallery, 2019
Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Art as advocacy

31 January to 20 December

Levels 3 to 10—The Arts, Visual Arts, Humanities

This program can be adapted for a variety of year levels and can be delivered in the Gallery or as an incursion via Google Classrooms, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, Webex or Zoom.

Bookings

Book a dynamic workshop and explore the techniques and processes used by artists to enhance your student’s knowledge, skills and values to critically examine the diversity of views that influence our environment, climate change and sustainability.

This program promotes the cross-curriculum priority of learning about sustainability and assists in the development of the general capabilities of ethical, critical and creative thinking across intercultural, personal and social spheres.

Cost—$3–5 per student

To learn more about this program please contact Learning and Audience Engagement Manager Elishia Furet elishia@geelonggallery.org.au or complete a booking form

Enquire about fully subsidised tickets and busing available for low SES and regional schools: learn@geelonggallery.org.au

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