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Making Art and Teaching Art

with Dominic White


 
Day 2 Session

Suitable for: SECONDARY LEVELS

 
About the Workshop

I am a Contemporary Artist who supports his art making habit and family through teaching. Both teaching and art making is informed by my Indigenous Heritage through my birth family (Trawoolaway Descendant)

We will be exploring the tensions and complexity of teaching Indigenous Art and making in the Indigenous Art space from my perspective. We’ll use guided mind-mapping exercises as a way of developing visual literacy and art analysis skills in our students and ourselves.

We will complete a Place Scape making activity as a way of understanding aspects of Place Scape. To do this we will work with words, pictures, symbols, and abstract thought.

It is intended you will leave being comfortable with the complexity of teaching aspects of Indigenous Art, and as a teacher have a few more tools and structures to help folk delve deep and write about art.
 
 


About the Presenter

Dominic White is a Palawa, Trawoolaway descendant though his birth family.
He calls himself a reclamation man as he heals the connection with his Tasmanian Indigenous Heritage.
Dominic explores identity and relationship to place, connection to the environment. His work tries to understand the cultural and historical human activities and interaction within a Placescape. This is couple with the philosophical structure and belief systems that support human behaviors. He works across mediums in the visual arts. He is based in Mornington Peninsula and his work is shown nationally.

He has a B A Fine Art from Monash, a Grad Dip Visual Art ANU, Grad Dip in Education from Monash. He is part of the Burrinja Indigenous Advisory Committee and has been on the Baluk Arts Board. Baluk arts have represented his work and Dominic is currently forming a Gallery relationship with Everywhen Gallery in Flinders.

Dominic teaches Art, VCD and sometimes Wood Tech part time at Kambrya College, supporting his art making habit and family.

 

 

 


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