Student Study Afternoon with Belinda Mason artist talk & Contemporising the Modern exhibition viewing

Friday 10 March 1.30pm-3pm

Belinda Mason: Unfinished Business. Install image at TRG

Student Study Afternoon with Belinda Mason artist talk & Contemporising the Modern exhibition viewing, featuring works by Max Dupain & Olive Cotton

Friday March 10,  2017

Students arrive and view Contemporising the Modern: Photography from the Russell Mills Collection

This exhibition includes iconic works Sunbaker (Dupain, 1937/1980s), and 'Teacup Ballet' (c.1935) alongside contemporary works by Bill Henson and Narelle Autio. This will be an opportunity for students to independently engage with these important works.

Belinda Mason exhibition walk through and talk, with time for questions

Mason will discuss the work in her current exhibition Unfinished Business is a photographic essay which reveals the stories of 30 people with disability from Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Work, starting points, materials, & techniques and inspiration for her work will be topics covered in this unique opportunity for students to talk with an internationally exhibiting artist. More information about these exhibitions please visit: The exhibition webpage 

This is a free event, but R.S.V.P is essential. Please contact the Gallery on 6767 5248, or email to secure a place for your students.

To assist with the organisation of this excursion a RISK assessment has been written for a visit to the gallery, click here to download.

Visual Arts:
Art Making: 4.2, 5.2, 4.5, 5.5 Critical and Historical Studies: 4.7, 5.7, 4.8, 5.8, 4.9, 5.9, 4.10

Photographic and Digital Media
Making 5.4, Critical and historical interpretations: 5.7 ,  5.8, 5.9, 5.10





Tamworth Regional Gallery

466 Peel Street Tamworth

10 March 2017

01:30 PM - 03:00 PM

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To assist with planning an excursion to Tamworth Regional Gallery we have created an editable RISK assessment, view below.

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