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Professional Development Workshop for Teachers – Jintulu

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This workshop offers teachers a chance to gain a greater understanding and confidence when talking to students about indigenous issues in art and culture.

Join curator, Lee Kinsella, for a guided, close reading of Alison Alder's important Intervention I-X print series.  This is an opportunity to understand how this work links with the broader themes of race, representation, and identity that are interwoven through the UWA's 2024 Perth Festival exhibition, Jintulu: People of the Sun.

Refreshments and a light lunch are provided before participants are taken on a tour of the whole exhibition by Lee. The floor will be open for discussion and a Q&A session within the exhibition.


Jintulu: People of the Sun juxtaposes new works by Walmajarri artist Terry Murray, Martu artist Curtis Taylor and Persian South African artist Natalie Scholtz with iconic works from The University of Western Australia’s collections including works by Valerie Takao Binder, Sidney Nolan and Alison Alder.

Presented by the Berndt Museum and Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery as part of the Perth Festival Visual Arts Program, supported by Wesfarmers Arts.


Please note: in keeping with the University's guidelines, space is limited for this event and registration is required.


Image: Installation image from opening night, Jintulu: People of the Sun, featuring work by Terry Murray, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, 2024, photograph: Rebecca Mansell

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