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Contemporary Landscapes Student Workshop

Terms 1-4
Contemporary Landscapes Student Workshop

Contemporary Landscapes Student Workshop

From the literal to the abstract, scenic landscapes or booming skylines, artworks about place allow us to reimagine new, familiar and unknown worlds.

During this workshop, students will respond to Collection works that speak to the past, present and future landscapes of the Gold Coast and wider Australia.

Links to Curriculum:

Visual Arts F-10:
Exploring & responding, Developing practices and skills, Creating and making, Presenting and performing

Visual Arts 11 & 12
Unit 1: Art as lens, Unit 2: Art as code, Unit 3: Art as knowledge, Unit 4: Art as alternate

Visual Arts in Practice 11 & 12:
Unit Option A: Looking Inwards (Self), Unit Option B: Looking Outward (Others)

HASS F-6:
History, Geography, Questioning and researching, Interpreting, analysing and evaluating, Communicating 

Social & Community Studies 11 & 12:
Unit Option F: Arts & Identity

General Capabilities: Critical and Creative Thinking, Ethical Understanding, Personal and Social Capability, Literacy 

Grades P-12.

Dates
Terms 1-4
Where
HOTA Gallery
Duration
1 hr and 30 mins
Tickets
$15 per student.

Bookable any day, any time. Subject to availability.

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