MOVE:
Video Art in Schools

I hope that the encounter with these works will create interest, raise questions and stimulate students to further explore the world of contemporary art. John Kaldor
MOVE: Video art in schools is a collection of video art works distributed to secondary schools for use in the classroom. Twelve leading Australian artists were commissioned for this program and have generously provided an education edition of their work solely for use in schools. The works are supplied on DVD and are packaged together with support materials that provide information on the artists, their works and the context of video art making. Student activities are also included, providing avenues for participation and creative engagement. 

MOVE: Video art in schools includes work by Daniel Crooks, Shaun Gladwell, The Kingpins, Todd McMillan, Jess MacNeil, Tracey Moffatt, TV Moore, Patricia Piccinini, David Rosetzky, Grant Stevens, John Tonkin and Daniel von Sturmer.

This project has been produced in partnership with the New South Wales Department of Education and has received enthusiastic support from many other state education departments and professional bodies across the country. Provided free of charge to public secondary schools, the resource is now present in over 1800 schools and will be Australia-wide in 2011. 

For more resource related material please visit www.curriculumsupport.education.nsw.gov.au/move
Non-government schools can register their interest via email

below: selected images of the resource.



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With support from: Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery of South Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Western Australia