Galnyatj: Inspire, Learn, Create Art Program 2018 to 2020
Kaiela Arts is excited to announce the beginning of Galnyatj –Inspire, Learn, Create Art Program, generously funded through the Victorian Education Department’s Strategic Partnerships Program (SPP). Through this program, local primary schools will be offered the opportunity to promote cultural understanding of South-East Australian Aboriginal arts, language and history through personal exploration of themes and creative learning activities. Kaiela Arts have developed workshop activities that draw upon narrative and cultural themes in and through Living Stories, Kinship and Self. Living Stories is based upon storytelling, pictorial language and art styles. Kinship, focuses upon totems, traditions, language, animals and landscape. Self, looks at visual language and symbols used by artists. Each activity is stand alone or can be delivered as a series.
Kaiela Arts education will roll out funded programs over a three year period. The focus of Galnyatj –Inspire, Learn, Create Art , 2018 will be Year 1 and 2 students, in 2019 Year 3 and 4 and in 2020 Year 5 and 6.
This new exciting, Aboriginal arts program will be delivered by well known Kaiela Arts Artist, Troy Firebrace and local arts educator, Rhonda Chrisanthou. Galnyatj can be accessed by all primary schools in northern Victoria. From Cohuna to Chiltern along the Murray, and in Wangaratta, Benalla , Shepparton and Kyabram and Rochester regions. For booking and enquiries please contact the gallery on 5821 9842 or email firstname.lastname@example.org