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For information on exhibitions, teacher programs and education resources for schools see the 2015 QAGOMA Education program card.

For further exhibition information please visit our Exhibitions page. This may also assist you with planning your self-guided visit.

We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989

We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989

Until 20 September 2015 | GOMA

‘We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989’ surveys the art of Heisei, the current era in the Japanese imperial calendar, through the presentation of around 100 works by over 40 contemporary Japanese artists, drawn from the Queensland Art Gallery Collection. The art of this period offers a sophisticated reflection on the social conditions behind art’s production in Japan and the anxieties that accompany them.

Student Worksheet – includes images, artwork information and questions for self-directed learning. Features selected artworks in Gallery 3.3, GOMA. 
Student Worksheet – Artist focus: Takahiro Iwasaki
Teacher Notes – Includes artist biographies and classroom activities 
Curriculum Reference Points: Visual Arts – features hyperlinks to content descriptions (Australian Curriculum website). Also includes senior Visual Arts information (Queensland Curriculum).
View a short video by the exhibition curator who introduces selected works from ‘We can make another future: Japanese art after 1989’.

Sublime: Contemporary works from the Collection

Sublime: Contemporary works from the Collection

Until 24 May 2015 | QAG

The contemporary artworks featured in ‘Sublime’ create feelings of wonder, inspiring students to think about their place in the world. The exhibition includes large-scale works from the Collection that transform perceptions of space. Activate student learning through a meaningful and relevant educational experience.

Student Worksheet – includes images, artwork information and questions for self-directed learning

Teacher Notes – includes artist biographies and classroom activities

Curriculum Reference Points: Visual Arts – features hyperlinks to content descriptions (Australian Curriculum website). Also includes senior Visual Arts information (Queensland Curriculum).

View a short video by a Gallery curator who introduces selected works from ‘Sublime’. The video is also available by scanning the QR code on the student worksheet.

QAGOMA Collection Education Resource

QAGOMA Collection Education Resource

The QAGOMA Collection Education Resource features artworks from the Gallery's Collection. Designed for primary and secondary levels, the resource introduces artists and themes from QAGOMA's Indigenous Australian, Australian, Asia Pacific and International collections.

Students can create their own worksheet for use during a Gallery visit and access information for classroom learning. Includes artist information, concepts, artwork images plus questions to stimulate discussion. Also features accompanying teacher notes with relevant curriculum links. A glossary of art terms and map of Indigenous Australia are included. Selected artworks from current exhibitions and displays are highlighted in the resource to assist teachers in planning a self-guided visit. 


General Resources

The following two resources provide teachers with strategies to facilitate student engagement with the Gallery’s exhibitions and collection.

Making meanings: Artists and ideas

Making meanings: Artists and ideas

Student Worksheet for Secondary Students
Teacher notes


Collection Displays

QAGOMA Collection Displays juxtapose contemporary and historical works to provide opportunities for students to investigate history, spirituality, modernity and key art movements.

Australian

Australian

QAG│The Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Galleries (Galleries 10, 11, 12 & 13)

Displays the Gallery's collection of Australian art from the European occupation of the continent to the 1970s.

Exhibition information for all levels

Indigenous Australian

Indigenous Australian

QAG│Gallery 1 & 2

Features major works from the turn of the nineteenth century to the present to provide students with a grounding in the history, ideas and art of our first peoples and cultures.

Exhibition information for all levels

International and Asian

International and Asian

QAG │Philip Bacon Galleries (Galleries 7, 8 & 9) and Pelican Lounge

Displays historical Asian art to early modern (Gallery 7) and Empire and image (Gallery 8), drawing attention to the intersecting cultural histories in the region.

Exhibition information for all levels

For the location of these collection displays, please see our Gallery Maps flipbook.


Additional Exhibition Resources

The following online resources can further assist teachers with planning their self-guided experience at the Queensland Art Gallery ǀ Gallery of Modern Art.