Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery Of Modern Art
The program will provide Year 11 Design students the opportunity to work with peers and professionals to contribute to the design of an interactive space in the Queensland Art Gallery known as ‘Open Studio’.
Providing insights into the creative processes of contemporary Australian artists, ‘Open Studio’ has been a space in the Queensland Art Gallery building where artists are invited to share their studio practice with QAGOMA’s audiences. Throughout the course of the ‘Creative Generation: Design’ program, students will design an interactive space in Open Studio to engage audiences with Queensland design.
‘Creative Generation: Design’ aims to:
‘Creative Generation: Design’ is a QAGOMA Learning program, supported by the Department of Education, Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority, and Queensland University of Technology School of Design, and developed in consultation with Senior Design teachers Evie Skinner and Tim Osbourne.
‘Creative Generation: Design’ participants will work with QAGOMA staff to deliver a real world outcome opening June 2021. Successful students will be required to participate in online workshops on selected dates across Term 4 2020 and Term 1 2021, as well as work independently (with teacher support as required) in between sessions.
Successful students will receive a kit of design materials that will be sent to their school at the beginning of Term 4 2020.
‘Creative Generation: Design’ will be delivered in a virtual capacity at the following times throughout Term 4 2020 and Term 1 2021. Each session will be approximately 70 minutes long and take place outside of normal school hours (i.e. from 3.20pm to 4.30pm).
Explore phase (3 sessions)Thursday 15 October, Thursday 22 October & Friday 23 October 2020
Develop phase (3 sessions) Thursday 5 November, Thursday 12 November & Thursday 19 November 2020
Design pitch (2 sessions) Thursday 11 February & Thursday 18 February 2021
The program is open to all current Year 11 Queensland state and non-state school students who are enrolled in Senior Design. Nominations close Wednesday 2 September 2020.
To nominate, students are required to develop a response to the Design Brief. The student's response must be authentic and communicate their innovative solution to the design problem and should include both written and visual content (maximum 1 x A3 page in JPEG or PDF format, 5MB).
Teachers must also provide a 25-word written statement supporting the student’s nomination. A maximum of two students per school can be nominated and teachers must have the support of their Head of Department and school principal.
Nominations may only be submitted by teachers — students are not eligible to nominate themselves. Teachers must upload their nomination and student’s response to the Design Brief using the form below by Wednesday 2 September 2020. Submissions may not be accepted after this date.
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