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CEAC Term 1 2019 Arts Education Programme For Schools

Published by Corban Estate, 2018-12-12 15:41:49

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Subscribe Past Issues Translate ARTS EDUCATION FOR SCHOOLS AT CEAC TERM 1 2019 Workshop Programme Learn print through a summer landscape framework, be a collage conservationist, or recreate your own portrait - all using paint, papers, patterns and print this sunny Term 1 at Corban Estate Art Centre.Window To Printmaking explores drawing and print techniques to create adeveloped series. In Tane's Forest recreates a native forest landscape usingprint and paper collage, and we piece together a portrait for your class gallery.Workshops for Senior Students - We can arrange specialistworkshops perfect for Intermediate and High school students preparing forNCEA or wanting technical masterclasses in any media. Recent master-classeshave included life-drawing, textile design and print, and oil painting techniques.We are happy to discuss 2019 session planning with you.Professional Development programme for Teachers: Individual sessions,group workshops, a term or year-long programme - we will provide a solutionfor whatever your team’s creative Professional Development needs may be.Our Term One workshops have been developed to extend your curriculumtopics through creative learning opportunities here at Corban Estate Art Centre.If you do not see a workshop in this newsletter that is suitable for your classtopic in Term 1 2019, contact us to discuss a tailor-made workshop foryou. Recent bespoke programmes have included block printing, tukutuku, junk-construction, and life drawing workshops designed around specific big-picturelearning outcomes.REMEMBER: Most workshops from our programme across the year areavailable upon request.Contact Megan Carter, the Arts Education Coordinator, to ensure aplace: [email protected] or (09) 838 4455 (ext.214). The calendar fills up quickly. Book your dates now for 2019 !

ART WORKSHOPS FOR TERM 1:PIECES OF MEAGE RANGE: Y 4 +TIME: 3 hours long (including a 20 minbreak for morning tea)CAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 60 studentsFEE: $8.50 plus GSTStudents will learn how to work tonally withpencil and in a range of acrylic paints, creatingrealistic and detailed portrait studies with mirrorsWe will then be painting on wooden blocks whichcan then be arranged and rearranged to createcolourful, collaborative self-portraits or abstractarrangements with infinite possibilities for a finalpiece or pieces that everyone has worked on andis a part of. A VIEW TO PRINTMAKING AGE RANGE: Y 4 + TIME: 3 hours long (Including a 20min break for morning tea) CAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 60 students FEE: $8.50 plus GST This workshop is an introduction to a number of printmaking techniques and design approaches which are easily achievable and highly effective. Using urban and natural New Zealand landscapes framed by the “view” through a window, students will gain an understanding of composition, drawing techniques and printmaking processes.IN TANE'S FORESTAGE RANGE: Y NE +TIME: 3 hours long (includes a 20 minbreak for morning tea)CAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 60 studentsFEE: $8.50 plus GST

Meet the inhabitants of the mighty Tane's forestof Aotearoa. In this workshop students willbecome mix-media artists and conservationists.Using drawing, print and collage techniques,students will illustrate a creature and its habitat inour beautiful native forest. GUESS WHO ! AGE RANGE: Y NE+ TIME:3 hours long (incl a 20 min break for morning tea ) CAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 60 students FEE: $8.50 plus GST Inspired by the originators and pioneers of the collage art movement, students will create their own self portrait in collage. Sourcing wallpaper, coloured paper, magazines, textures, patterns and prints we will form a person collage portrait for your amazing class gallery.PACIFICA EXPERIENCEAGE RANGE: Y1 - 13TIME: 2 hours longCAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 110 studentsFEE: $8.50 plus GSTIn this workshop students learn how Pacificamusic, songs and movements convey stories andpass on lessons of cultural identity and Pacificaprotocols. The workshop will be held at thePacifica Arts Centre at Corban Estate and is runby the Mamas. Students will be introduced tomusical instruments of the Pacific and learn drumpatterns and dance movements. The Mamas will

also teach students how to transformenvironmental or recycled resources into acolourful lei.Photo credit Frank Sin FEATURE ARTIST WORKSHOPS: ASSEMBLAGE ART AGE RANGE: Y3 - Y8 TIME: 2 hours long CAPACITY: Min. 40 - Max. 60 students FEE: $11.50 plus GST 3D CONSTRUCTION WITH FOUND MATERIALS ARTIST ANDREW HALL Andrew is an artist who is passionate about sustainability and recycling. He will share the reasons he uses found materials, and how he draws new life from discarded objects. A master of ingenuity and improvisation, Andrew, and our educator will work with students to assemble 3-D sculptures from recycled, man-made ‘found’ materials. Students will develop their imagination and inventive skills to create their very own creature from an array of interesting materials and innovative joining techniques.TOTES YOUR OWNAGE RANGE: Y NE - Y 13TIME : 3 hours long (including a 20 minbreak for morning tea)CAPACITY: Min. 30 - Max. 50 studentsFEE: $14.50 plus GST (tote bag included)WITH FABRIC & TEXTILE ARTIST KATIESMITH

In this dynamic workshop with textile artist KatieSmith, students will explore the use of patternform and repetition to print using textile inks ontheir very own tote. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTAt Corban Estate Arts Centre we are serious about the arts and the role it plays ineducation. We believe in passing on knowledge and skills to anyone who is interested andthat means adults as well as children and young people.The CEAC Education team have a diverse range of experience and skills in the arts, fromMaori visual arts to oil painting, printmaking, arts therapy, ceramics and mixed media. Thisensures our professional development programme is diverse and multi-dimensional andoffers teachers an opportunity to explore and experiment with techniques, materials and abroad range of outcomes.We are able to offer individual masterclasses, a series of sessions over the term, or once amonth all year long.Contact us - we can help design a programme around your team professional developmentneeds. SENIOR PROGRAMME:We provide customised programmes for intermediate and high schools. From a one hourgallery tour to a full day programme and we can organise workshops with artists to matchyour curriculum needs. Extend technical knowledge with specialist artist workshops, ortour studios and talk with on-site practising artists. Recent specialist workshops haveincluded life-drawing classes, graffiti workshops, sculpture tours, and curator talks. MORE INFO:SCHOOL VISITS AND CUSTOMISED BOOKINGSIf you’re interested in finding out more about our Arts Education for Schools programmebut would also like to share the information with all your fellow teachers please contact usto arrange a meeting at your school. We are happy to come to you to discuss what you areinterested in and what we can offer to support you and your classroom topics.Please contact Megan Carter to make a booking: [email protected] can download the booking form HERE. Please fill it out and send it back to Megan.To avoid mistakes, bookings can only be processed upon receipt of this completed booking

form.TEACHER PACKA teacher pack will be sent with your booking confirmation, including: RAMS, informationfor accompanying adults, invoicing info and a map.If you are organising the booking for several teachers at your school, please make sure topass it on.It contains important information about your visit at Corban Estate Arts Centre.MEET THE TEAM:Carrie Skeen is the Education Manager. She has been involved in the arts and educationfor many years. Her background is in Arts Therapy and educational management and shebrings an emphasis on community and collaboration to our educational environment.Megan Carter is the Arts Education Coordinator. She has been involved across the Artssector as a Producer and Co-ordinator, and is currently studying for her Masters inCreative Writing through Massey University.Eilis Galuszewski is one of our skilled Arts Educators and also creative technician. She hasa background in all forms of art making and specialises in wearable arts, theatre andcostume design.Harry McNiven joins the team as our new Arts Educator. Harry is an experienced primaryand secondary school Art teacher. He also runs workshops, and his personal Art practicesincludes a variety of two and three dimensional techniques and media.Ashlee Tawhiti is our Arts Programme assistant. She is a practising visual artist and tutor,with experience in supporting special learning environments.Visit our website for more information about Corban Estate Arts Centre: Copyright © 2018 Corban Estate Arts Centre, All rights reserved. Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list

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