Thinking of Jimmy Pike Visual Art Programme
- Wed Apr 29 - Tue Jun 30 2020
Jimmy Pike (c1940–2002) is one of Australia’s most famous artists. He was one of the first artists of the contemporary Indigenous art movement to use vibrant colour instead of more traditional earth tones.
Jimmy Pike was born in Western Australia and was a member of the Walmajarri people.
If you are looking for some at home activities to keep your little infants school artists occupied, the ‘Thinking About Jimmy Pike’ Visual Arts program is just for you.
It comprises fifteen 50-minute classes, which you can do at leisure during this period of isolation.
The activities can be taught as separate short projects that each last for one or more lessons, or as a semester-long art program.
When: Always On
Age: Year 1 and 2 students
For more information, visit the website.
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