We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition
installation view, Barwon Water 2019
Photographer: Cormac Hanrahan

 

We see recognition—an applied learning experience across the curriculum

23 March to 25 March 9.30am to 2.30pm

Victorian Curriculum Levels K to 8—English, The Arts and Humanities (History)

Bookings through Geelong Arts Centre—kelly@gpac.org.au

Bookings

These workshops celebrate National Reconciliation Week, which acknowledges and builds on the respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians.

It is an ideal opportunity for students and educators to join the reconciliation conversation, reflect on our shared histories, contributions and achievements—rotating workshops will be presented by a First Nations artist, and allow students access, and encourage connection with, a number of organisations across Geelong.

Artworks produced in these workshops will be presented as a children’s exhibition celebrating 2021 National Reconciliation Week.

A partnership program between Geelong Gallery, Geelong Arts Centre and Geelong Regional Libraries