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 4 below.
Contact our Education Officer, Alexis Rickards for further information at:
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Term 4 Creative Learning Programs
NERAM, Museum of Printing and Hopscotch Press present this program to creatively engage primary school students with their local museums without leaving the classroom environment. Investigating the history of printing with a museum of printing education resource, students are encouraged to discover the original letterpress process through printing with lego. Find out more here >>
NERAM presents this program to creatively engage primary school students with their local museums without leaving the classroom environment. NERAM invites students to experiment with colour, shape and texture to create their own unique compositions using the versatile and user friendly method of gelli printing. Students will look at the work of iconic French artist Henri Matisse as well as artist from the NERAM collection, John Coburn. Find out more here >>
Engaging in Museum of Printing education resource and worksheets provided students will gain an understanding of the history of print publishing. Introduced to the history and concepts of vintage print advertising, students will create there own A4 page magazine ad using a collection of vintage printing blocks from Museum of Printing . Students will combine the block with stencil type and copy from a typewriter to convey their own message interpreting the block in its historic and cultural context. Find out more >>
Originally an outreach program with an educator, this program has now been transformed into a pick up museum in a box program available to loan to schools. Explore the fantastic prints of ‘Old Tom’ by Australian artist and acclaimed author Leigh Hobbs. Explore the artwork, big book and hilarious cartoon of Old Tom and then create your own unique characters to cause chaos with Old Tom! Find out more here >>