Meet the Makers of GONDWANA VR
Blending innovative VR technology, filmmaking wizardry, and a compelling environmental message backed by climate data, GONDWANA VR: The Exhibition brings the world’s oldest tropical rainforest to life right here at the South Australian Museum.
Help your students explore the deeper messages and themes behind this world-first experience in a special Q&A with GONDWANA VR creators Ben Joseph Andrews and Emma Roberts.
Ben and Emma will share insights into how they spent five months living off-grid in the World Heritage-listed Daintree and Wet Tropics, working in collaboration with Traditional Owners and scientists to create a unique open-play digital rainforest.
Student questions can be submitted at email@example.com and can also be asked during the live event via the chat.
This webinar is aimed at secondary Media and Visual Arts students and will address the following content descriptors from the Australian Curriculum Version 9:
Australian Curriculum V9 Media Arts years 7-10:
Year 7: Evaluate how technical and symbolic elements are manipulated in media artworks to create representations and meaning that reflect different viewpoints.
Year 8: Evaluate how technical and symbolic elements are manipulated in media artworks to create representations and meaning that reflect different viewpoints.
Year 9: Analyse and evaluate how people, cultures, places and events are represented in media artworks, including digital media, and how audiences may respond.
Year 10: Evaluate the social, ethical and moral positions represented in media artworks.
Australian Curriculum V9 Visual Arts years 7-10:
Year 7: Analyse and evaluate how artists use visual conventions in artworks to achieve specific effects.
Year 8-10: Analyse and evaluate how artists use materials, techniques, technologies and processes to realise their intentions in artworks.