Sun, Nov 15, 2009

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‘Narrative’ has proved to be a captivating theme used in a variety of ways by members of our association with students from all phases of education. Our individual stories are what make us who we are. Humans have an innate need to express their story. You are sure to be inspired to incorporate the narrative theme into your programming for next year when you read the range of project ideas suitable for primary through to upper secondary.

We have featured Highgate Primary School and their three panel mural, which explores the cultural diversity of their students’ stories.


Fleur Schell, our feature artist who is a Ceramicist and the Director of Soda Studios, shares the story behind the inspiration for her whimsical and delicate porcelain objects and figures. We also introduce fellow artists of Soda Studio: Karen Millar, Alana McVeigh and showcase Rachel Zimmerman’s delightful collages.

Laurel Nannup has a very special story to tell through printmaking.  Art on the Move has given us permission to include the Education package developed by them to support the A Story to Tell Travelling Exhibition.

A Story to Tell excerpt

A Story to Tell educational notes

See also – Ceramic Triffids, Cartoon strips, Nursery rhymes and Book Binding.

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