Australian Impressionism Online for Secondary students
Mon–Fri, 10am, 11.30am, 1pm & 2.30pm
What is the historical and social context of Australian Impressionism? How might the Australian Impressionists’ lives and work be understood alongside First Nations’ artists from the same period? Explore works by celebrated artists such as Tom Roberts, Jane Sutherland, and Arthur Streeton and consider the role of less-familiar artists such as Jane Price and Clara Southern in the movement. This educator-led virtual program includes visual analysis and interpretation of selected works from She-Oak & Sunlight: Australian Impressionism, with a focus on influences, techniques and materials.
45 mins Cost $45 per connection
Analyse and interpret themes, concepts and ideas in the works of Australian Impressionist artists and discuss how they are expressed in selected works.
Identify and describe sources of inspiration and important influences in the Australian Impressionist movement.
Discuss how the Impressionists used materials, techniques, technologies and processes to realise the intentions in their artworks.
Identify and connect specific features of Australian Impressionist works to a wider historical, cultural and social context including the stories, cultures and experiences of Australia’s First Nation peoples.