The Venice Biennale 2009 Education Resource has been produced by an Education Team formed through a collaboration between the Australia Council, the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales and the Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University.
Working on the project since late 2008, the Education Team consisting of both tertiary students and industry professionals, are extremely excited to unveil the Australian Venice Biennale 2009 Education Resource.
Guide to the Education Hub:
About Education Tab
For details about the unique production of the Education Resource.
The Education Team have devised an exciting National School Project for all Australian schools that encourages artmaking and exhibition development through ABC’s Pool website Pool.org.au
You will find :
- a printable pdf document that explores the Venice Biennale and Australia's profile at this event, along with explorations of the work of Shuan Gladwell, Vernon Ah Kee, Ken Yonetani and Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro
- four artist interviews in which the artists talk about their work for the Venice Biennale, plus an interview with the curator of 'Once Removed' group show (transcripts are also available)
A space to leave comments about the Education Resource or share ideas for the classroom
Linking to the Australia Venice Biennale Education Facebook page for anyone interested in discussing the Australian contribution to the Venice Biennale 2009, and for sharing ideas about the Education Resource
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A printed Visual Resource for the classroom is currently being distributed to Australian schools, featuring a suite of five images and key quotes about the artists work and the Venice Biennale. Made possible by COFA.
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