Look Out teacher program
Teachers participate in a Look Out program
Local artist Camille Serisier engages with teachers during a hands-on workshop
Look Out is the Queensland Art Gallery's professional development program for teachers. Look Out programs provide practical suggestions for teachers to interpret exhibitions and displays for their students and integrate the Gallery into the classroom context.
Look Out provides a range of programs for teachers to attend including exhibition previews and viewings, workshops and forums. These events provide an opportunity for teachers to access information on the Gallery's exhibitions and programs and meet with other teachers and Gallery staff. Bookings are essential for Look Out programs.
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“I have been to several programs-all have been of great interest and educational benefit.”
“Excellent to have this great workshop with classroom ideas linked to exhibition.”
LOOK OUT TEACHER PROGRAM: TERM 2 EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS
Monday 30 March
4.30 – 6.00pm
Free program | Bookings essential, limited places
Includes professional development certificate
Join Maud Page, Deputy Director, Collection and Exhibitions for an interactive curatorial floor talk and exhibition walk-through of ‘Michael Parekowhai: The Promised Land’. Professional development program for primary and secondary teachers designed to interpret the artworks and themes.
Program bonus - attendees can also view ‘David Lynch: Between two Worlds’.