Inspire your students to review an exhibition using note-taking, writing, photographs, or filmmaking! These experiences foster creative and collaborative skills, giving students the opportunity to share ideas and make decisions.
Following a state-wide competition, this Australian Museum exhibition film review was created by students from Elderslie High School. In this resource, we also go behind-the-scenes with stem.T4L, to see how the Elderslie High School students put their review together.
Filmmaking, and specifically a exhibition film review, is an ideal way to engage students that might not normally be as involved or interested in Key Learning Areas, such as Science and History. Additionally, researching for an exhibition film review ignites a new interest in museums, a deeper understanding of the expertise that go into the development and creation of an exhibition, and are an opportunity for students to share their own viewpoints.