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Make & Share: Narratives in Learning

Ryan Gander, Porthole to Culturefield Revisited, 2010 © Ryan Gander. Courtesy the artist and Lisson Gallery, London

Date: Tuesday 28th July 2015
Time: 5pm – 7pm

Venue: ACCA (the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art), 111 Sturt Street Southbank
Cost: Members $20 , Non Members $25
Welcome drinks, light snacks, viewing of Ryan Gander: READ ONLY exhibition and materials provided.

Bookings essential from: www.mavic.asn.au/events

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What is the role of narrative in learning? How can we apply narrative principles in our programs? Make & Share is a hands-on evening exploring these questions inspired by the curious world of leading British contemporary artist Ryan Gander. Explore the exhibition Ryan Gander: READ ONLY with Helen Berkemeier, ACCA’s Schools Education Manager and engage in the creative possibilities and stories inspired by his artworks to create your own artwork. Then join Kelly Gardiner, the State Library of Victoria’s Online Learning Manager, to delve into discussions about the ways in which we can use narrative in learning. This program will model creative thinking processes and provide you with a hands-on learning experience that you can apply into different museological settings.

Ryan Gander, Porthole to Culturefield Revisited, 2010 © Ryan Gander. Courtesy the artist and Lisson Gallery, London
Ryan Gander, Porthole to Culturefield Revisited, 2010 © Ryan Gander. Courtesy the artist and Lisson Gallery, London

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