Single Channel (Stage 5)
How do artists use video to draw attention to the human body as it moves through time and space?
Delve into some of the works of art from the Single Channel exhibition with your class. Brought to you by the Gallery’s artist educators, together you will look at how artists such as Tony Albert, Shaun Gladwell, Silvana and Gabriella Mangano and Club Até employ the medium of video. This digital excursion encourages students to consider the variety of ways that artists use the body in motion to communicate and tell stories, express their identity, interact with their environment, engage with political issues and contribute to social change.
Tony Albert, Girramay/Yidinji/Kuku-Yalanji peoples, I am visible (video still), 2019, National Gallery of Australia, Kamberri/Canberra © the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: National Gallery of Australia
Live Event - By Request
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
Creative Arts » Visual Arts
Creative Arts » Photographic and Digital Media
Will This Event Be Recorded?
This event will be recorded for training purposes.
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Technology and Materials Requirements
National Gallery of Australia digital excursions are delivered by our Education team including experienced learning facilitators and artist educators. Seeing and hearing you and your class helps us to connect and deliver an engaging and inspiring program. Please read through the information below to ensure you have the best digital experience.
WHAT IS REQUIRED
- Internet connection
- Computer, laptop, tablet device for each student or a large screen to share
- Webcam, either built into your device or a plug-in webcam
- Microphone and speaker, either built into your device or plugged in separately e.g Bluetooth speaker
- Zoom meeting ID number/link to join the meeting – we will provide this via email one week prior to the excursion
- Zoom application downloaded on your device preferred