Environmental Art – space and place

Sue Pedley
Deepen your knowledge of creative and innovative processes to create installations and site-specific work in indoor and outdoor locations.
Target Audience
Secondary Visual Art teachers
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Learning Areas

Teaching Standards

General Description

Deepen your knowledge of creative and innovative processes to create installations and site specific work in indoor and outdoor locations.

Experience a variety of processes to develop concepts relating to the environment, space, place, history and memory. Exploring traditional processes such as drawing, sculpture, photography and unconventional /contemporary/ experimental ideas and media with a focus on sharing, adapting and expanding ideas to teach environmental art and installation.

Photographic documentation of the ephemeral art made outdoors will be discussed and as an artform, exploring a variety of options.

Exercises will include collaborative drawing with thread in an indoor and outdoor space; creating ephemeral art with natural materials outdoors; developing meaning using found objects and mixed media.

The practical installation exercises and slide presentation will provide a wide range of creative possibilities linking to the visual arts years 7-12 curriculum. This practical creative making day offers sensory experiences and sharing of creative ideas in the classroom.

Audience

Secondary Visual Art teachers

Available Delivery Formats

This course contributes to 6.0 professional development hours.

Occurrences

  Start Date Location Availability Price    
Enrol Now 13/09/2019 Sydney Inner West Places available $377 + GST Enrol Now

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About the team


Sue Pedley

Creator

Sue is an artist and a tutor who has conducted professional training courses for art teachers in primary and secondary school for 7 years. Sue teaches drawing at College of Fine Art, the Art Workshop at University of Sydney, the National Art School and visual communication at UTS. Sue exhibits regularly in Australia and overseas, most recently in Japan in the Setouchi Art Triennial (2010) and the Echigo Art Triennial (2006).