On this page, you will find tools and strategies to engage with the artists and themes in Primavera 2015.
View and download an Encounter with the artists, activities and other resources for use in the classroom or for self-guided learning. These activities can be done on their own, in combination and in any order.
These resources could be used in conjunction with a visit to the exhibition, but this is not necessary.
Primavera 2015 Encounter file with images and class discussion ideas. View directly in your browser or as a downloadable PowerPoint or PDF file. Teacher’s notes are also available.View More
The concept of the 'Global South’ plays an important role in Primavera 2015. Gain insights into this idea by exploring the political power of world maps.View More
Taloi Havini’s work reveals a strong connection to her homeland in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville. Investigate the impact of conflict and colonisation by researching and visualising Bougainville’s history.View More
Heather Douglas and Abdul Abdullah express contrasting experiences of belonging in Australia. Take a closer look at your own connections to place through this creative writing activity.View More
Lucy Simpson creates objects that tell stories about her family, history and culture. Explore the past to design an object that captures your family’s history.View More