Richard Brimer, Kuldeep Kaur, Punjab India, Grape Pruner, 2019
Until 1 March 2020
Primary, Intermediate, Secondary
Key Themes: Portraiture, Identity, Work, Photography, Space and Place, Local
Subject Areas: Visual Arts, Social Sciences, English, Health and Physical Education (relationships with other people – relationships, identity, sensitivity and respect)
Key Competencies: Thinking, Using Language, Symbols and Texts, Participating and Contributing, Relating to Others
Cost: Programme FREE of charge
Duration: 60-90 minutes
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. In this programme, students will explore how artists convey identity through portrait photography, and the rich stories these portraits tell.
In the workshop, in smaller groups, students will try different art-making techniques of capturing portraits, both of themselves and of each other! What can we learn about ourselves and of others by capturing their image?
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