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Produced for selected temporary exhibitions, these education resources highlight key artworks and ideas with questions and activities for students in K-6 and/or Years 7-12.

Education kits

Suspended Moment touring exhibition

Produced by Amy Babach in partnership with M&GNSW and Carriageworks to support this touring exhibition, offering:

  • insights into the practice of Katthy Cavaliere and Fellowship recipients
  • Frances Barrett, Sally Rees and Giselle Stanborough
  • a glossary of terms
  • discussion and making activities for use in the classroom, or the gallery
  • links for further reading and exploration.

Express Yourself education kit

Produced by Melinda Hodges in partnership with MAG&M to support Express Yourself 2014, offering:

  • Syllabus links
  • Exhibition themes
  • Artist profiles
  • Focus questions exploring the frames
  •  Art-making ideas for use in the classroom or the gallery
  • Glossary of terms

Image: Kunmanara Carroll, Walungurru, 2020, stoneware, 550 x 300 x 640 mm and 430x 140 x 240 mm (2 piece); Kiwirrkura, 2020, stoneware, 505 x 170 x 185 mm. Photo: Grant Hancock

JamFactory Icon 2021 Kunmanara Carroll: Ngaylu Nyanganyi Ngura Winki (I Can See All Those Places)

This resource provides information and activities designed to assist teachers in developing student engagement with the JamFactory Icon 2021 Kunmanara Carroll: Ngaylu Nyanganyi Ngura Winki (I Can See All Those Places) exhibition.

Activities are tailored toward secondary students in the middle years age bracket (Years 7-10), however, teachers are encouraged to adapt all content to suit the age and needs of their specific student group.

Produced by JamFactory offering:

  • Curriculum connections and cross-curriculum priorities
  • Artist profile
  • Exhibition themes
  • Activities for students in the classroom
  • Glossary of terms

Image: Ink in the Lines, Kevin, AWM2019.289.712. Photograph by Bob McKendry. Courtesy Australian War Memorial

Ink in the Lines

This education resource is designed for Secondary students. It can be used to support school visits to the exhibition Ink in the lines, but is also suitable as a stand-alone resource. Further information, including Australian curriculum links, is available at www.awm.gov.au/schoolsink

The views and opinions expressed by veterans are their own, and contain strong language. Produced by the Australian War Memorial offering:

  • Syllabus links
  • Exhibition themes
  • Focus questions exploring the frames
  •  Art-making ideas for use in the classroom or the gallery
  • Glossary of terms