AGWA Inspire

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AGWA Drawing Breath

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Year 12 Perspectives Program

Kimberley Lin Mind over matter 2017

year 12 Perspectives 2018

6 April – 1 June 2019

Year 12 Perspectives is your yearly taste of art by some of the best, brightest and most talented graduating high school artists in the State. An annual barometer of what our youth are thinking and feeling, it is also a rich celebration of the role the arts play in the development of individual identities.

 

year 12 perspectives 2018

Applications are now closed

Download the instructions HERE

Key Dates To Note:

Entry forms due to AGWA: Friday 19 October 2018

Submission of works: Thursday 15 & Friday 16 November 2018

Collection of unselected works: Thursday 22 November 2018, strictly 9am-2.30pm

Year 12 Perspectives 2018 will go on display at AGWA, 6 April 1 June 2019

 

AGWA DRAWING BREATH | VIDEO

Drawing Breath is a new creative learning approach at AGWA, harnessing MINDFULNESS to enhance reflecting, analysing, interpreting and evaluating works of art. Part 1 Introduces the Mindfulness approach, and a Drawing Breath activity. Part 2 is a Visual Analysis of Yr 12 Perspectives, 2017 and AGWA Collection artwork with Artist Educator Lilly Blue.

Drawing Breath is proudly supported by Healthway Act-Belong-Commit

Watch the Drawing Breath Visual Analysis Video HERE

NEW Drawing Breath Visual Response Journals are available to High School students visiting AGWA.
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BOOK a Drawing Breath workshop for students or Teacher Professional Learning with Artist/Educator Lilly Blue educate@artgallery.wa.gov.au

 

AGWA INSPIRE | VIDEO

The Art Gallery of WA is proudly supported by Healthway Act-Belong-Commit. For the 25th anniversary of Year 12 Perspectives, we created a video designed to inspire your students.


Part 1 shows footage from Year 12 Perspectives 2017 opening night celebration including interviews from some of the exhibiting students. Part 2 is a visual analysis workshop with AGWA Educator Lisa Young. Join Lisa as she analyses two State Art Collection works using the STICI framework.


Use the video as an in-class learning tool to help develop your students’ visual arts language. Or bring your group to the Gallery for a first-hand experience. To book or for more information, click here.

Testimonial

Many thanks for your wonderful sessions with our Yr 11 & 12 students on Wednesday. They had a wonderful day and it is always a pleasure to visit AGWA. See you next year…

Tanya Downes – Visual Arts Teacher, Bunbury Catholic College

 

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Year 12 perspEctives

principal partner

Act-Belong-Commit | Healthway

supported by

Department of Education & Catholic Education Office of WA

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Kimberley Lin

Mind over matter 2017

oil on MDF

two parts: 123 x 122 cm each

Santa Maria College


 

    

 

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