Exploration of how art can be applied to a theme within the curriculum and how this relates to everyday life. The focus is to challenge our perceptions.
Debbie Rankin Anderson
Best Practice in Schools:
multimedia art Workshops;painting,sculptures,mask making,collage construction.Steelpan Drum workshop,at Auckland Multicultural Festival 2008.
Photomurals,use of digital cameras and digital workflow(editing and construction of murals).
Community Arts Experience:
The co-ordination and running of multi- media workshops and holiday programmes for children aged 5 to 18 years.Presenting Caribbean steel pan drumming in and around the Greater Auckland Area.
Skills & Abilities:
Digital & Analoque Photographic workflow.Mulitmedia art practice.Relate skills to school curriculum, ie themes.Experienced and able to work with diverse communities.
Qualifications: Bachelor of Art & Design, Photography Major, Whitecliffe College of Art & Design,NZ.
Arts Practice Medium: Visual Arts
Topics or Genres of Expertise: multimedia art,photography
Languages Spoken: English
Target Age Group: Middle Primary
Preferred Group Size: Small (1-8)
2009 - March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Space and Resources Required: depends on theme, Materials, Computer, DVD player
- $80. per hour
Mode of Delivery: Workshop, Presentation
Cultural Context: NZ/All
Good final product,"often worked above and beyond the call of duty until the particular job was completed",May Rd Primary School. More refs supplied on request
Programme Materials Provided for Schools: No