This resource provides information specific to the Japanese Modernism exhibition to support study of VCE Studio Arts – Art Industry Contexts Unit 4 Outcome
Levels 8-10 This resource introduces students to Japanese Noh Theatre. Through scaffolded language activities, students develop their Japanese vocabulary including colours, adjectives and terms for key features of Noh theatre….
Levels 7-10 In this activity, students will analyse and interpret the formal qualities and messages of 20th century Japanese graphic design works.
Levels 5-6 In this project students will develop their understanding of the role of symbols in representing identity across different cultures and reflect on their own identities.
Developed in collaboration with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development for teachers and Junior and Middle Years students, to improve Japanese language skills while learning about Japan in the time of the samurai.
Levels 5-8 This resource introduces students to a style of Japanese woodblock prints called ukiyo-e.
Levels 7-10 In this activity students will learn about the conceptual processes of designer Rei Kawakubo, from Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons
Welcome to NGV Learning and the remarkable worlds created by M. C. Escher and nendo. This resource supports the exhibition Escher x nendo | Between Two Worlds.
Japan is known for its rich history in arcade culture and video games.
The National Gallery of Victoria has collected art from the countries of Asia since 1862, one year after the gallery was established.