First Nations Perspectives (Stage 2, Stage 3)
First Nations portraiture workshop
Students will explore First Nations portraits in the National Portrait Gallery collection.
This program identifies significant events and ideas in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, through key individuals who have shaped the political and cultural developments involved.
Students will explore portraits via visual analysis, debate and pictorial representation; and discover how portraits can be used as historical documents.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: National Portrait Gallery
Live Event - Scheduled
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
Aboriginal Culture and History
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Technology and Materials Requirements
Students require some sheets of paper and a pencil/crayon/texta to draw with.
This virtual learning program will be delivered via Zoom. Upon booking, you will be sent a link to follow.
To facilitate the best possible experience we require a teacher to rename the Zoom connection to appropriately reflect those behind the camera. Your school name, student level/s and student numbers is preferred eg. Nolan PS – Year 5 – 30
We prefer you have your cameras turned on as it assists to aid participant interaction with our shared community.