Indigenous Art & Culture Perspectives

with Shelley Ware


 

Suitable for: PRIMARY LEVELS
Note: This workshop is also considered adaptable for secondary levels

Session Times Available:
(AM) Morning session SOLD OUT!
(AM) Morning session SOLD OUT!
 
 
Ever felt worried or unsure about teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art in your school?

This workshop is designed to give you the confidence to do so.

Join Shelley Ware looking at correct protocol, different Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art techniques, art appreciation and how you can teach Aboriginal art in your art room.
Explore hands-on art making ideas using gel plates and foam printing and learn how brilliantly children can tell their own stories through the influences of Aboriginal art.

Leave feeling confident, comfortable and excited to explore Aboriginal art with your students!

 

About the Presenter

Shelley Ware is a proud Yankunytjatjara and Wirangu woman from Adelaide, South Australia, who currently lives in Melbourne.
For the past decade or so, Shelley has worked in the media as a radio and television presenter on both local and national AFL and AFLW football news shows, particularly as a panel member of NITV’s Marngrook Footy Show. She is a member of the AFLW All Australian and Rising Star Selection committee as well as the Carlton FC RAP committee. Shelley also designed this year’s Sit Doug Nicholl’s Round jumper for Carlton FC. Shelley has become one of the most respected and recognised female presenters of AFL and AFLW football in the country.
Shelley also works part-time as an educator at Kew Primary School in Melbourne where she is currently the Visual Arts Teacher, and has designed and presented professional development workshop programs for Zart Art on exploring contemporary aboriginal art.

 

 


HOW TO BOOK

THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW SOLD OUT AND IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE TO BOOK AS PART OF YOUR CONFERENCE DAY.

 

Shelley Ware Headshot

Shelley Ware Workshop Art 02

Shelley Ware Workshop Art 03

Images courtesy of Shelley Ware
Artwork created by participants in a Zart Education workshop