Bundanon

In Bundanon’s exhibition season Parallel Landscapes, three exhibitions bring together different ways of seeing the natural world, ranging from the historical to the contemporary.

 

Museum Season: Parallel Landscapes

July 2 – November 6 2022

Activities for Museum Season: Parallel Landscapes

Spark Ideas (1 hour)

Explore and critically analyse key works in the Art Museum season Parallel Landscapes that consider cultural and temporal responses to geographical and inner landscapes. The art analysis points outlined here underscore the learning experience design and will be used in the participants’ artistic responses.

Interpreting Landscapes (2 hours)

Participants explore the natural environment of Bundanon, through internal and external stimuli that represent a personal response to landscapes. Participants will then use a variety of mark making techniques to layer the surface of their work using a variety of materials to create impressions, details and sense of self in landscapes.

Negotiating Landscapes (3 hours)

Participants are encouraged to work in collaboration to explore intersections with the environment, discovering harmony and or tensions between natural, introduced, or artificial objects or elements within the surrounding area of Bundanon. Participants will use paper cuts and negotiation with each other to create images that use simplified symbols and shapes as well as text to create their shared understanding of the ‘landscape’

Traversing Our Landscapes (3 hours)

Participants are provided time and the opportunity to explore their own personal connection to the rest of the natural world through a series of artefact collection and recording through photography, audio recording, video, drawing and written words, these artifacts are then recreated and expression through the use of colour and gesture to create on final artwork using various materials including paint, pastel and oil pastel.

Two-night program includes:

9 hours of connected learning activities led by Bundanon’s specialist team

  • Spark Ideas
  • Interpreting the Landscape
  • Negotiating landscapes
  • Traversing Our Landscapes

All art materials for each of the above activities.

All activities tailored to the stage required.

Activities take place on the Art Museum site.

Time for students to connect and undertake continuous learning.

Learning in spaces designed to connect with the natural world.

Contemporary accommodation with linen and towel provided.

Healthy and fresh onsite catering from afternoon tea on day one through to lunch on day three.

Two nights provides opportunities to undertake:

  • Bundanon’s optional extension activities, see below.
  • Time for a deep dive into your own constructed learning.

Cost from $400 per person

One-night program includes:

6 hours of connected learning activities led by Bundanon’s specialist team

  • Spark Ideas
  • Interpreting the Landscape 
  • Negotiating landscapes or Traversing Our Landscapes

All art materials for each of the above activities.

All activities tailored to the stage required.

Activities take place on the Art Museum site.

Time for students to connect and undertake continuous learning.

Learning in spaces designed to connect with the natural world.

Contemporary accommodation with linen and towel provided.

Healthy and fresh onsite catering from afternoon tea on day one through to lunch on day two.

One night provides opportunities to undertake:

  • Bundanon’s optional extension activities, see below.

Cost from $210 per person

Day visit program includes: 

3 hours of connected learning activities led by Bundanon’s specialist team

  • Spark Ideas
  • Interpreting the Landscape

All art materials for each of the above activities.

All activities tailored to the stage required.

Activities take place on the Art Museum site.

Time for students to connect and undertake a day of continuous learning.

Cost from $25 per person

Extra Activities

Bundanon offers a range of extra evening and daytime activities that schools can add to their itinerary at an addition cost.

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Bundanon acknowledges the Wodi Wodi and the Yuin, of the South Coast region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

This website contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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