Visual arts, levels 3–4
Understanding arts in context
During our pre-visit exercises we will learn about tūrangawaewae and how artists can express their tūrangawaewae through the art they make.
During our pre-visit exercises we will begin to develop our understanding of our own tūrangawaewae. During our Te Tuhi visit we will use this knowledge and understanding to help develop our own ideas before and while making our own art.
Developing practical knowledge
During our visit we will use a variety of techniques and materials to create an artwork that expresses our tūrangawaewae.
Communicating and interpreting
During our visit we will share our ideas and thoughts about the art we see and make. We will listen to how others have created their art.
Identity, culture and organisation
Place and environment
During our pre-visit exercises we will learn about our own and other’s tūrangawaewae. This will help us learn more about each other’s culture, identity and standing places.
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→ Tūrangawaewae: A Place to Stand – Teacher information
→ Tūrangawaewae: A Place to Stand – Pre-visit lesson 1
→ Tūrangawaewae: A Place to Stand – Pre-visit lesson 2
→ Tūrangawaewae: A Place to Stand – Pre-visit lesson 3
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