Shaun Gladwell: Stereo Sequences

Education Program

Planet & Stars Sequence: Bondi, 2011. Image courtesy of the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery.
Image courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery
ACMI Screen Education has put together a series of programs and resources to explore the work of Shaun Gladwell.

The programmed educational events are valuable accompaniments to an exhibition visit or rich experiences on their own. They provide a variety of ways for teachers, primary and secondary school students to engage with the art of Shaun Gladwell.

Contact ACMI Education for further information.






Please note all programs are now closed.

Exhibition Tours

Considered one of Australia's pre-eminent video artists, Shaun Gladwell has developed an international reputation for his evocative large-scale video works, photographs and sculptures. A tour of Stereo Sequences provides access to Gladwell's cutting-edge work and can be augmented by a lecture program.

Tours and self-guided visits must be pre-booked two weeks in advance. Free self-guided visits are available between 10.30am-1.30pm on weekdays. Educator-led tours are available at 10.30am and 1pm on weekdays at a cost of $10 per student.

Video Art Lectures & Exhibition Tour

Where does Shaun Gladwell's work fit on both a world stage and across the history of video art? Combined with an exhibition visit, these lecture programs provide deeper insight into video art as a creative discipline.

Dates: Mon-Fri, Jun 1 to Aug 12
Available: 10am or 2pm
Cost: $15 per student (min 10 students)

> No Time for Time-Based Art
> From White Cube to Black Box and Back
> Interpreting Moving Image - Artistic Inspiration and Techniques
> Exploring Ideas and Styles in Artworks

Education Resource Kit

The Shaun Gladwell: Stereo Sequences Education Resource investigates the artist's creative practice and work. Referencing movements within visual art, it also looks at the intersection of art with cinema history and genre.

Designed for middle to upper secondary school students across Media and Studio Arts, it includes discussion topics for extended classroom engagement.
 
 
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