curated by Djon Mundine
8 January – 13 March 2022
Ngununggula, Southern Highlands Regional Gallery, 1 Art Gallery Lane, Bowral NSW 2576, Australia
FLENK Collective created 2 video resources and 3 creative learning activities for the Dingo Project:
Judith Nangala Crispin
Acknowledgement of Country
The activities contain an artist biography, active Acknowledgement of Country activities, warm-up activity, main activity and a reflection activity. You can use the activities within this page or download them as a PDF. The video resources contain captions in English.
These two videos guide you through a creative Acknowledgment of Country and an activity related to Daniel Boyd's artwork My father told me that part of my story was the journey of the dingo (2021). Both videos contain English captions that can be accessed by clicking on the 'cc' button.
Aroha Groves: Material stories
This activity engages with the artwork and practice of artist Aroha Groves. It encourages participants to engage with story telling through the languages of materials. You can also download the PDF version of this activity.
Judith Nangala Crispin: Layers of meaning
In this activity you will learn more about Judith Nangala Crispin’s artwork and artistic practice, and experiment with layering drawings. You can also download the PDF version of this activity.
Trish Levett: Protection and protest
This activity engages with the artwork and practice of artist Trish Levett. It encourages particpants to think about social responsibility and how personal connections can be arenas for political activity. You can also download the PDF version of this activity.
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