NERAM welcomes children and students of all ages to engage in our Creative Learning Programs, 2021.
Browse the Creative Learning programs on offer at NERAM in Term 1 below.
Contact our Education Officer, Alexis Rickards for further information at:
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Term 1 Creative Learning Program
In this program students will be given a guided tour of Lionel Lindsay’s touring exhibition. Identifying key characteristics of a print, students will then be invited to make their own print in NERAM’s packsaddle studio. Inspired by what they have seen, students will firstly sketch what sort of print they would like to create- followed by a printmaking activity with an experienced art educator in the studio. Find out more >>
Inspired by the current exhibition by Myf Gullifer and her unique soft sculptures, NERAM invites students to explore the softer side of artmaking in a ‘stuff and stitch’ workshop. Looking at Pop-art sculptor, Claes Oldenburg, students are prompted to discuss the idea of traditional sculpture vs contemporary sculpture. Find out more >>
What is a museum? In this 6-week program, NERAM invites children to investigate museums around the world. What do they hold? What is the largest museum in the world? What is the smallest? Children are then introduced to the wide selection of museums in Armidale and the treasures they hold. Attending a guided tour to NERAM, children will focus on the art museum and the role of an artist. After a visit from a local artist, children are then inspired to create and curate their own exhibition for family and friends to enjoy and celebrate. Find out more >>
To celebrate Sydney Collage Society’s exhibition Contemporary Collage NERAM welcomes creative learning program, Cut it out. Students will discuss and respond to the Contemporary Collage exhibition whilst discussing when and how the movement emerged in the early 20th century. To follow students will then create their own photomontages using their photographs and materials supplied by NERAM. Find out more >>
NERAM invites students to the grounds of the museum to explore, find and make! After a tour of the art museum students are invited to explore the grounds of Black Gully and find their own art making equipment. Guided by our arts educators, students will compile their found objects from the natural world around them in order to create their own unique artwork in the outdoors. Find out more >>
We invite students to ‘talk to the paintings’ in Howard Hinton’s collection with a themed tour delivered by a gallery educator. Find out more >>
Conducted by our arts educators, NERAM welcomes school groups to view and engage with current exhibitions. Each session is tailored for each visiting group and can cater for preschool, primary, high school and tertiary education levels. Get started by making an education enquiry here >>