Koori Art Expressions exhibition walkthrough

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Koori Art Expressions is a visual arts program for all Sydney Region students from Kindergarten to Year 12, culminating with an art exhibition. The exhibition opens at the Powerhouse Museum from 19 November 2012 to 28 January 2013. Each year the theme of the exhibition is based on the NAIDOC Week theme of that year. The theme for 2012 is Spirit of the Tent Embassy: 40 Years On.

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  • Presented in association with the NSW Department of Education and Communities
  • Koori Art Expressions exhibition walkthrough

    1. 1. Koori Art Expressions 2012The Spirit of the Tent Embassy: 40 years on Pre-visit Exhibition Slideshow
    2. 2. Koori Art Expressions 2012: The Spirit of the Tent Embassy 40 Years On 19 November 2012 – 28 January 2013An exhibition of artworks by Kindergarten to Year 12 students fromacross the Sydney Region, responding to this year’s NAIDOCtheme Spirit of the Tent Embassy: 40 Years On. Included in thisslideshow are 23 of the 80 artworks on display in the exhibition.Presented in association with the NSW Department of Education and Communities and Sydney Region Aboriginal Education.
    3. 3. Forty celebration disks so farCollaborative, Kindergarten-Year 2, Botany Public School
    4. 4. Many pathways make our communityCollaborative, Years K-6, Jannali East Public School
    5. 5. Under the beach umbrella Collaborative, Years 7-10,Sydney Secondary College Balmain Campus, Support Unit
    6. 6. All together Collaborative, Years 7-10,Sydney Secondary College Balmain Campus, Support Unit
    7. 7. From little things big things growCollaborative, Years 1 and 2, Annandale North Public School
    8. 8. The Aboriginal Tent Embassy: 40 years on – an unfolding story Collaborative, Kindergarten, Bellevue Hill Public School
    9. 9. The tent of teamwork and honestyCollaborative, Year 3, Annandale North Public School
    10. 10. Untitled Collaborative, Years 7-10,Sydney Secondary College Leichhardt Campus
    11. 11. Circle of hopeCollaborative, Years 1-6, Sans Souci Public School
    12. 12. Moving forwardCollaborative, Year 5 and 6, South Coogee Public School
    13. 13. Four men and a tentConnor, Josh and Ray-Dean, Years 8 and 10, Ashfield Boys High School
    14. 14. HeritageSteven, Year 12, Matraville Sports High School
    15. 15. Spirit of Tent Embassy: 40 years on – A thread of justice in an unjust world Collaborative, Years 3 and 4, Menai Public School
    16. 16. Tent Embassy celebrationCollaborative, Year 1, Sutherland Public School
    17. 17. Respecting the tent embassyCollaborative, Year 1, Croydon Public School
    18. 18. T.E.N.T. Embassy Aksheen, Elise, Samantha, Year 8,Georges River College Penshurst Girls Campus
    19. 19. Lost connectionJordan, Year 12, Matraville Sports High School
    20. 20. Forty years of spirit Katelyn, Year 10,Georges River College Penshurst Girls Campus
    21. 21. Frustration creationRuby, Year 8, Green Square School
    22. 22. Radiating leavesCollaborative, Years 5 and 6, Sutherland North Public School
    23. 23. Forty years onCollaborative, Years 3-6, Malabar Public School
    24. 24. ProtestCollaborative, Year 2, Double Bay Public School
    25. 25. Forever ProudTyler, Year 6, Green Square School
    26. 26. FamilyBrett, Year 12, Matraville Sports High School
    27. 27. Online resources1. Two interviews with Aboriginal artist Adam Hill discussing his work, its themes and demonstrating his art practice. Listen to Adam as he talks about the Koori Art Expressions program and this year’s celebration of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy2. Interviews with Stage 3 teacher Elena Stevenson and her student Cleo Baldwin from South Coogee Public School talking about their class’s artwork for this year’s Koori Art Expressions3. Teachers notes which provide information on the exhibition, syllabus links, background information on Indigenous art and the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, suggested classroom activities and online sources of additional information and ideas4. A timeline of selected significant events relating to the Aboriginal Tent Embassy and its achievements
    28. 28. Other online resources 1. Sydney Region Aboriginal Education programs, www.sydneyr.det.nsw.edu.au/index.php/regional- resources/aboriginal-education 2. NAIDOC, www.naidoc.org.auImage credit: All images used are from the Powerhouse Museum collection Powerhouse Museum Learning

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