STEEL: art design architecture

LEARN

EDUCATION
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This Education Resource is designed to support learning outcomes and teaching programs associated with viewing STEEL art design architecture by providing:

  • Activities for preparation for during and after student visits to the exhibition

  • Focus on twelve selected works grouped into four themes

  • Statements by the twelve selected contributors

  • Perspectives by other writers: a range of ideas and information about these works

  • Connections to Curriculum Frameworks, through back at school research tasks.
    Called Questions and Research these tasks follow themes 1 to 4

It may be used in conjunction with a visit to the exhibition or as a pre-visit or post-visit resource.


 
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THEME 1
STEEL for domestic spaces

This theme is exploring the use of steel for the creation of larger scale functional and decorative objects for the domestic environment.

Exhibitors: Brodie Neill, Christian Hall, Gunybi Ganambarr

 
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THEME 2  
STEEL for your kitchen

Steel objects for kitchen and table use

Exhibitors: Alison Jackson, Barry Gardner, DesignByThem

 
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THEME 3
STEEL SHELTERS

Innovative steel buildings for plants, young people and beachgoers

Exhibitors: BVN Donovan Hill, Collins and Turner, Toby Hobba Architects

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THEME 4
Large or small?

This theme explores the diversity of steel from its pristine and highly polished state to a corroded and recycled condition. In the hands of a creative individual it can become a tiny brooch or a decorative panel on a large building.

Exhibitors: Lorraine Connelly-Northey, Mari Funaki, Geoff Nees