Take your class to Blue Mountains Cultural Centre’s City Art Gallery or interactive World Heritage Exhibition: Into the Blue for a range of fun and educational activities!
Encourage your students to look and think in new ways. The skills, qualities and activities central to an artist’s practice are also essential ingredients for creative learning – creative and critical thinking, imagination, experimentation, collaboration, risk-taking and problem solving skills.
Our Education Program can be tailor made to the needs of your programs and students. For more information please contact email@example.com and we will work with you to create your tailor made experience.
Artist Led Workshops
The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre often offers art making workshops by exhibiting artists. This program includes a tour of the exhibiting artist’s exhibition from Blue Mountains Cultural Centre’s City Art Gallery, discussion of selected artworks and a practical workshop.
Bookings are essential. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work with you to create your tailor made experience.
ABOVE IMAGE: Students explored concepts of movement through time; travel from one place to another; linking images from one space to another and location. Inspiration was taken from selected works from Arthur Boyd: An Active Witness – A Bundanon Trust Touring Exhibition. This workshop was led by the education staff from Bundanon Trust.
Resources for teachers and students
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre offers a variety of free resources for teachers and students that support art in the classroom and beyond. For more information please contact email@example.com and we will work with you to create your tailor made experience.
INTO THE BLUE EDUCATION KIT – BLUE MOUNTAINS CULTURAL CENTRE, WORLD HERITAGE
This education kit has been written for use with primary and secondary students K-10 in reference to the Australian Curriculum. The information presented in this education kit is taken from the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre’s permanent interactive World Heritage Exhibition Into the Blue. It may be used in conjunction with a visit to the exhibition or as pre-visit or post-visit resource material.
To access this resource, you can either request a hard copy or access a digital copy by following this link: http://issuu.com/bluemountainsculturalcentre/docs/into_the_blue
Muggadah Indigenous Education Program
During your visit to Blue Mountains Cultural Centre your class can also experience the Muggadah Indigenous Education Program – a cultural experience with Gundungurra people that provides hands on workshops for students on Aboriginal art, artifact display & boomerang, storytelling, possum cloak display, dance, bag weaving, bush tucker & medicinal plants.
For more information about the Muggadah Indigenous Education Program including resources available for teachers download a copy of the full information flyer. Click here to download.
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