Art Industry Contexts: French Impressionism

Thu 22 Jul, 9.30am–1pm (AEST)

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This program takes place virtually

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A behind-the-scenes focus on French Impressionism, addressing key knowledge and skills required for Studio Arts, Unit 4, Area of Study 3 – Art Industry Contexts. Explore the methods and considerations involved in the preparation, presentation and conservation of the exhibition with Meg Slater, Assistant Curator; Michael Varcoe-Cocks, Head of Conservation; Claire Robertson, Senior Marketing Campaign Manager; and the Exhibition Design team who make the magic happen.

Cost: $15 per student

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify and describe the characteristics of an NGV gallery space.
  • Analyse how specific artworks are presented in French Impressionism and discuss the artist’s and gallery curator’s intentions.
  • Analyse and evaluate curatorial considerations, exhibition design and promotional methods involved in preparing and presenting specific artworks in French Impressionism.
  • Analyse and evaluate methods and considerations involved in the conservation of specific artworks in French Impressionism.

Prepare with the Exhibition fact sheet

Learn Secondary French Impressionism from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Virtual