Richard Brimer: Harvest

Richard Brimer, Kuldeep Kaur, Punjab India, Grape Pruner, 2019

Primary, Intermediate and Secondary
Dates:
16 November 2019 – 22 March 2020
Key Competencies: Thinking, Using Language, Symbols & Texts, Participating & Contributing, Relating to Others
Learning Areas:
— The Arts – Visual Arts: L.1-L.8
— Social Sciences: L.1-L.5
— English: L.1-L.5 (Speaking, Writing and Presenting – Processes & Strategies, Purposes & Audiences, Ideas)
— Health and Physical Education: L.1-L.3 (Relationships with other People – Relationships, Identity, Sensitivity and Respect)

Programme Duration: 60-90 minutes
Cost: Free

Harvest is a photographic exhibition by Hawke’s Bay photographer, Richard Brimer. Through large scale format photographs, Richard captures portraits of the seasonal worker, those behind Hawke’s Bay’s booming horticulture and viticultural industries.
This education programme will explore how artists convey identity through artworks, and the rich stories these portraits tell.
In the workshop, in smaller groups, we will try different art-making techniques of capturing portraits – both of ourselves, and of other people! What can we learn about ourselves and of other people by capturing their image?

To make an enquiry or booking, please email kelseyh@hdc.govt.nz, or phone
027 332 5496