Making Art Tours & Workshops

Students take part in a practical workshop led by trained educators and artists and create artworks motivated in part by those they have seen on their Responding to Art tour as well as by their personal concerns and interests.

Students work either independently or collaboratively and are encouraged to:

• be reflective

• consider new ideas

• experiment with artistic materials, tools and methods

• find creative solutions to art-making problems

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EXHIBITION IN FOCUS

Students will be asked to consider art as both a creative process and a conversation that occurs between the viewer and the artist. Students will then become artists and communicate their ideas and views in an artwork that considers themes, materials or processes seen in the exhibitions or sculpture park.

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Student Program 2015

WHAT IS SCULPTURE?

Working collaboratively and using a variety of media, students will create a three-dimensional maquette for the sculpture park at Heide. This problem-solving workshop encourages students to explore the expressive potential of shape, space and texture in relation to the surrounding environment.

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Education Week at Heide 2015, Photograph: Jeremy Weihrauch

COLOUR ME GREEN

With a focus on sustainable practices, students will create environmentally friendly artworks in response to the gardens at Heide. Using a variety of materials in a creative way, students will be asked to consider the relationship of artworks to the surrounding environment.

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Photograph: Jeremy Weihrauch