Connecting with the environment and each other—sustainable strategies: a virtual workshop
Victorian Curriculum levels 4 to 9
A National Children’s week program
Challenge your students to think about sustainability, connectivity and the visual arts by collecting and upcycling a range of everyday human-made or natural objects that have been found, given away or discarded for recycling. In these workshops, students will be introduced to the idea of collecting sounds for soundscapes and through collaborative play and experimentation, students will arrange their collections to develop unique artworks to form connected compositions.
Facilitated by Deakin University lecturers, Merinda Kelly and Fiona Phillips, these workshops will reflect on National Children’s Week 2020 theme: ‘Children have the right to choose their own friends and safely connect with others’.
There are three sessions available on Wednesday 28 October between 9.30am to 2.30pm.
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These programs will be run in two parts: an introductory pre-recorded video session, followed by a workshop hosted online. Online hosting will be tailored to suit the systems used by the participating schools.
A materials pack will be sent to participating schools prior to the workshop.
These workshops are fully subsidised.
This program is supported by the Department of Education and Training and Anthony Costa Foundation