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Welcome Thank you for using this pre-visit resource. We believe this will help strengthen student learning leading up to and during your gallery visit. Due to the different versions of Power. Point schools may use, please check for, and correct any formatting issues before you use this presentation with your students. Please check by viewing in slide show format before making any necessary changes. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. Learning Experiences Outside the Classrom Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts Phone: (09) 577 0138 ext 7703 [email protected] org. nz Jeremy Leatinu’u Education Coordinator
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Te reo Umu Dim sum and wonton Samoan The language we speak. Food that we may only cook or eat during special cultural occasions. Hangi Cantonese During our last lesson we learnt that our culture includes… Chinese New Year Piupiu Jade necklace The clothing or jewellery we may wear only during special cultural occasions. Lavalava Preparing and cooking a hangi Traditions, celebrations or special cultural occasions that are unique to our culture. Preparing and cooking an Umu
Lets start this lesson by exploring Home and me / me and home. Image: http: //www. ljhooker. co. nz/5 DGZ 7/4 -bedroom-house-for-sale-otahuhu?
In this lesson we will take inspiration from the artworks of Robin White and George Baloghy to help design a portrait drawing that shows our identity, culture and the place we live in. Image: Brown, Warwick. 100 New Zealand Paintings. Birkenhead, Auckland: Godwit Publishing Ltd, 1995. www. stuff. co. nz/dominion-post/culture/visual-arts/8532476/Delights-at-Te-Papa-makeover www. aasd. com. au/subscribers/number_by_medium. cfm? concat=White. Robin&class=3&year=2012&deforder=price%20 desc&strt=21&show=10
Robin White 1946 - We saw earlier when looking at artworks by artist Robin White that she places the person in front of their house. This helps show the character of the person and the connection they have to their home and where they live. Image/text: http: //www. otago. ac. nz/library/hocken/exhibitions/otago 039040. html / http: //www. stuff. co. nz/dominion-post/culture/visual-arts/8532476/Delights-at-Te-Papa-makeover http: //www. aasd. com. au/subscribers/number_by_medium. cfm? concat=White. Robin&class=3&year=2012&deforder=price%20 desc&strt=21&show=10
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Great job everyone. Your drawingshelp tell stories Te Tuhi as Make sure to bring your portraits when you visit about you we will need them to create our own portrait paintings. and the place you live in.
We look forward to having you all here End of lesson