School Programs

VISITS TO THE ART PROJECTS

Visits to our Art Projects offer a unique opportunity to bring teachers and students into direct, powerful contact with the latest in contemporary art practice.

School tours are led by experienced art educators who creatively contextualise the artist’s work and process within conceptual frameworks and syllabus requirements. Our online Education Kits can be accessed at any time, in preparation for your visit and for follow-up activities.
 

SCHOOL PRESENTATIONS

Art patron, collector and Kaldor Public Art Projects Director John Kaldor is available for presentations to secondary and tertiary students of visual arts. An inspiring presenter, John Kaldor speaks with passion and insight on the rich history of Kaldor Public Art Projects, our future projects, and the importance of arts education, and actively encourages questions and discussion among students.

Kaldor Public Art Projects offers presentations at your school, or within the John Kaldor Family Gallery at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. We also welcome secondary students to our offices at Sydney College of the Arts for a behind-the-scenes look at our organisation and our extensive archive. 

IMAGE: Students from Parkes, NSW, with artist Jonathan Jones and Wiradjuri language teacher Geoff Anderson during a visit to Project 33: Jonathan Jones' barrangal dyara (skin and bones), September 2016, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney. Photo: Peter Greig
 

Contact Us To enquire about visits or presentations at your school

CURRENT SCHOOL PROGRAMS

From 16 October – 3 November, Kaldor Public Art Projects educators will guide students on a 2-hour journey through this remarkable site-specific installation, exploring the creative possibilities of sound.

Explore the creative possibilities of sound in our free school visit program for primary and secondary students.

In this interactive session, students have the opportunity to create a collaborative performance with electronic artist Pia van Gelder, direct from the classroom. Using the video conference itself as an artistic medium, this work looks at the history of sound in the arts and the deep conversation that has continued between music and art to this day.