The Gallery develops education resources for primary and secondary levels for selected exhibitions as well as selected works in our Collection.
Resources for ‘The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ (APT9) feature a selection of artists and groups, including a number of First Nation artists.
Educators can adapt the resources to suit student age groups, contexts and learning needs.
APT9 Learning RESOURCE
The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT9)
Select from a range of adaptable learning resources for students and teachers. Suitable for primary and secondary level.
Print-friendly card sets for classroom discussion and inquiry:
- Primary - featuring 12 APT9 artists and projects
- Secondary - featuring all artists in the card set plus an additional 18 artists
Slide presentations to complement classroom learning before and after APT9 exhibition visits:
Instructions to 'build-your-own' student worksheet
Artists' names pronunciation guide
QAGOMA maps to locate artworks featured in the card sets:
Image: Anne NOBLE, Aotearoa New Zealand b.1954 / Dead Bee Portrait #14 (detail) 2015-16 / Pigment on paper / 91.5 x 115cm / © The artist / Image courtesy: The artist and Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland
Suitable for primary and secondary level
Introduces artists and themes from QAGOMA's Indigenous Australian, Australian, Asia Pacific and International collections
- Artist information, concepts and artwork images
- Curriculum information
- Questions to encourage deeper learning
- Customised student worksheet
- Classroom activities
- Map of Indigenous Australia
- Glossary of art terms