Alexandra KEHAYOGLOU<br/>
<em>Santa Cruz River</em> 2017 <!-- (recto) --><br />

wool<br />
300.0 x 478.0 x 714.0 cm (installed)<br />
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br />
Purchased NGV Foundation with the assistance of Michael and Andrew Buxton from MAB Corporation Pty Ltd, and the Andrew and Geraldine Buxton Foundation, 2018<br />
2018.659<br />
© Alexandra Kehayoglou
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We Change the World: Teacher Briefing

Thu 6 May 21, 4pm–5.30pm

Alexandra KEHAYOGLOU<br/> <em>Santa Cruz River</em> 2017 <!-- (recto) --><br /> wool<br /> 300.0 x 478.0 x 714.0 cm (installed)<br /> National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br /> Purchased NGV Foundation with the assistance of Michael and Andrew Buxton from MAB Corporation Pty Ltd, and the Andrew and Geraldine Buxton Foundation, 2018<br /> 2018.659<br /> © Alexandra Kehayoglou <!--131225-->
Past program

This program takes place virtually

We Change the World unpacks the idea of change, examining how artists and designers have provoked, or inspired change on a personal, social or global scale. Join exhibition curators Myf Doughty, Michele Stockley and Elisha Buttler for an introduction to the exhibition’s key themes and artworks and to explore how the concept of change can inform cross-curricular learning in the classroom. This virtual program is suitable for teachers at all levels.

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the concept of change and how art and design can influence change in many ways.
  • Identify the key themes and ideas in selected works in We Change the World
  • Develop practical strategies for exploring We Change the World in the gallery and classroom.

Cost: Free

Prepare with the We Change the World learning resource

Learn Contemporary Design We Change the World Virtual