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Digital Excursion: Art in Focus

On Demand

Learn about some of the most well-known works of art in the Gallery’s collection. From Jackson Pollock’s painting Blue poles 1952 to Emily Kame Kngwarreye’s The Alhalkere Suite 1993, this program focuses on the role of art and artists in our society.

Pre and post activities are available for primary and secondary audiences.

Please note that this is not a live event, but a recording of a live event that took place on the 31 August 2021. Booking holders will gain access to a YouTube live link, which can be viewed in your own time from 6 August – 12 August 2021.

During the live event there was an option to interact with polls. This is not possible in the recording, however viewers will hear the announcement of the results and see a slide with the questions and multiple choice responses for all participants to consider.

 


BROUGHT TO YOU BY: National Gallery of Australia


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On Demand - Limited

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Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.

Students will require access to internet connection, their own device and YouTube live.

You will receive the YouTube link to the recording once your booking has been processed.

If you have any queries please contact the provider

Name: Francesca Gould

Phone: 02 6240 6519

Email: [email protected]

Website: https://nga.gov.au/

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