Online Professional Learning
A series of FREE web conferences about art and learning, NGV exhibitions and collections
Programs are accessible and open to educators in all schools. The only requirement is access to a computer with an internet connection, and microphone headset to enable you to listen, speak and participate in activities. Programs are presented through the DEECD Virtual Conference Centre, using Elluminate. For further information about Elluminate: www.education.vic.gov.au/researchinnovation/virtualconferencecentre/use/start.htm
Top Arts: VCE 2010
Thursday 28 April, 3.45-5.15pm
Top Arts is an exhibition presented annually by the National Gallery of Victoria to showcase outstanding work by students who have completed Art and/or Studio Arts studies in the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) in the previous year. Top Arts is part of the VCE Season of Excellence.
Top Arts: VCE 2010 includes painting, photography, drawing, textiles, ceramics and screen based works from schools across Victoria.
This online introduction to the exhibition Top Arts: VCE 2010 with NGV Educator, Paula Lindley and exhibition curator, Merren Ricketson will include an overview of the exhibition and an introduction to online resources for VCE Art and Studio Arts students on the new Top Arts online Hub.
Eugene von Guérard: Nature Revealed
Tues 10 May, 3.45-5.15pm
The exhibition Eugene von Guérard: Nature Revealed presents a new perspective on the work of Eugene von Guérard (1811–1901), arguably Australia’s most important colonial landscape painter. Drawing on new research and previously unseen paintings and sketchbooks it will argue that Von Guérard’s travel to and within Australia was informed and inspired by his scientific interest in the geography, geology and vegetation of the Australian ‘New World’.
This discussion with the exhibition curator, Dr Ruth Pullin will introduce key themes, ideas and artworks in the exhibition. The session will also include an introduction to the online education resource and ideas for incorporating a study of Von Guérard’s work in the curriculum.
Melbourne Winter Masterpieces 2011
Vienna, Art & Design - Klimt, Schiele, Hoffmann, Loos
Tues 21 June, 3.45-5.15pm
In 1897 a group of radical young artists and designers, under the leadership of Gustav Klimt, broke away from the conservative structures of the Vienna Artists Society to initiate an artistic revolution which would have an indelible impact on the art and design of the twentieth century. Alongside Klimt, artists like Egon Schiele, Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser and Adolf Loos transformed Vienna, capital of the vast, multi-ethnic Austro-Hungarian Empire, from a conservative, provincial city into a dynamic, vibrant metropolis at the forefront of ground-breaking modernism.
Vienna, Art & Design lays bare the creativity, individual genius and opulent glamour of an extraordinary period that saw the birth of the modern world. Encompassing more than 250 artworks across all media, including painting, drawing, graphic design, furniture, household goods, fashion and jewellery, most never before seen in Australia.
This program, presented by NGV Educators, will introduce the exhibition and the online education resources, and highlight links to the visual arts and design curriculum.
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