From 16 October - 3 November, Kaldor Public Art Projects educators will guide students on a 2-hour journey through the remarkable site-specific installation, The Last Resort, by celebrated French/Albanian artist Anri Sala. Students will participate in a hands-on workshop, responding to the work through making and appreciating, unpacking the conceptual framework and investigating the relationship between art, music and technology. Through an engaging, interdisciplinary approach to the creative process, the program will facilitate in-depth investigations into key curriculum concepts and cross-curriculum links.
Our school program, presented in partnership with the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, is designed for primary and secondary students (stage 2 – 6) in visual arts, photography & digital media, music, science and history.
Cost: FREE for all students.
To secure your place, click on the booking link below.
For queries and booking details, please contact our education team.
16 October – 3 November, 10am-12pm
Observatory Hill Park, Millers Point
FREE – Bookings essential