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.
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.