Year 12 Visual Arts: Unseen Works & Study Tips

Art History & Conceptual Framework – Year 12 Study Day, March 2018

Saturday 18 August| 9am – 1pm

This Saturday study day will support and challenge year 12 students to respond to unseen works, also providing advice on study techniques and stress-relief.

Students will be supported to test and extend their art interpretation skills and knowledge of the Frames, responding in real time and place to shiny new works in current exhibition, We are all connected to Campbelltown (one way or another).

Exhibiting artist Ramesh Nithiyendran will speak to students about his new work and the value of art interpretation for artists, audiences and arts workers – beyond the HSC.

The program includes study techniques for the visual arts, wrapping up the day with a fun, creative relaxation exercise led by Ramesh Nithiyendran to make sure you look after all parts of yourself in this final school year.

Using peer-to-peer and applied learning, creativity, working with (living-breathing) artworks and artists, our Study Series are designed to prepare and extend visual arts students for their final school year, but also support their passion for the arts post-school.

We’ll also give you pretty pens, to draw or study!

This is part of a targeted series for stage 6 visual arts students. Our series re-commences with Artists & Practice on 30 October, a large scale event for new year 12 students during their first term of HSC syllabus.

Booking: This is a FREE program, but limited places. Apply online before Monday 13 August, 2018.

Enquiries & more information
Edwina Hill
Education Officer
(02) 4645 4298
0419 213 872