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Mentorship and Studio Master Class 2008. In October 2008, four outstanding Visual Arts students from four different high schools in New South Wales participated in the ARTside-in! Stage 3 Mentorship Program at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. The students attend schools which

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Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Mentorship and

Studio Master Class 2008


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

In October 2008, four outstanding Visual Arts students from four different high schools in New South Wales participated in the ARTside-in! Stage 3 Mentorship Program at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

The students attend schools which

participated in Stages 1 and 2 of the ARTside-in! outreach program run by the Public Programs Department of the AGNSW and sponsored by the

Caledonia Foundation.

Students from each participating school then applied to be part of the Mentorship.

Only one student from each school was selected.


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Jessica Nguyen

Bankstown Girls High School

Alison Ten Bohmer

Chester Hill High School

Joel Hernandez

Doonside Technology High School

Anna Liang

Tempe High School


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

I have participated in Stage 2 of the ARTside-In! program and was shocked by the amount of effort, process and thought put into each artwork, which has definitely changed my view regarding the world of art. Art nowadays strikes its audience with messages and challenges regarding the world we are in, and this has definitely increased my interest in art.

Joel


Mentorships

Mentorships

Jessica with Denise Mimmocchi, Assistant Curator Australian Art

Anna with Allan Lloyd, Head of Conservation


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Joel with Tristan Sharp, Senior Coordinator Secondary Schools Programs

Alison with Amanda Green,

Assistant Registrar


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

I gained an insight into the art world which I found highly valuable as it showed me possible career opportunities and lots of programs and other interesting aspects of the art community which I will eventually take part in, or hope to take part in. I was able to better explain the role of art galleries to my friends and colleagues and understand the demands and importance of a number of occupations and roles the art gallery offers.

Alison


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Mentorees with Naomi Flatt, Curator of Contemporary Art discussing Kate Beynon’s exhibition and installation

Mentorees with Nick Hobbs, Coordinator of Outreach Programs discussing the work of Kate Beynon

Alison giving a tour of the Registration Department

Artist Lesley Rice guiding students through a drawing workshop in the Old Courts


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

The Artside-In program allowed me to visit studios and art exhibitions that I would not normally have the privilege of experiencing and this has also opened up new possible avenues for my future, also providing ideas for some aspects of my Visual Arts major work.  

Alison


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Visiting the studio of artist Jennifer Turpin. Her art practice includes large scale public sculpture and community arts projects

She also shares her studio space with…


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Janet Lawrence


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Yaeli Ohana, artist and gallery educator discusses her latest body of work with mentorees at NG Art Gallery

While at NG Art Gallery the mentorees also had the opportunity to talk up their art with director Niki Ginsberg……


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Rejected

Rejected

Accepted

Rejected


Artbank

Artbank


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

What I gained from the Artside-in experience was invaluable, in terms of preparing me for my Visuals Arts studies in the senior years and boosting my interest and perception of the art world in general. I believe that the program gave me a certain edge over my peers in terms of art appreciation and resources. Looking back at the experience, I could recall many aspects of the program which left me with profound and fond memories.

Anna


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Artside-in was an amazing program in many ways, in that it was a way which showed that the art world and the gallery are aware of students who are truly interested in the art and its mechanism. Anna


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

The program introduced me to other students participating in the program and we have built and maintained friendly relationships as a result of this. I will always cherish the experiences I've gained from participating in the program. The friendships, connections and physical evidence, e.g. books, sketches, etc -  will last a very long time and retain a constant practical, emotional and social part in my present and future life.

Alison


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Program Contributors

Caledonia Foundation

Trippas White Catering

S&S Wholesale

The Brett Whiteley Studio

The National Art School

NG Art Gallery

Jennifer Turpin

Lesley Rice

Art Bank

Sothebys Auction House


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Printmaking Master Class 2008

Printmaking Master Class 2008


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

In November 2008, twelve outstanding Visual Arts students from four different high schools in New South Wales participated in the ARTside-in! Stage 3 Printmaking Master Class at the National Art School

The students attend schools which participated in Stages 1 and 2 of the ARTside-in! outreach program run by the Public Programs Department of the AGNSW and sponsored by the Caledonia Foundation.


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Bankstown Girls High School – Amalia Walkid, Sarah Elfoul, Claire Noble

Chester Hill High School – Angie Kim, Sida Kem, Kathrina Blanas

Doonside Technology High School – Ariane Talosig, Tracey Leigh-Smith, Simone Mitrevski

Tempe High School – Shirley Huynh, Kim Flores, Jessica Francica

AGNSW – Nick Hobbs, Yaeli Ohana, Patrick Hobbs ( intern, Australian Catholic University)


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

The highlight of the day was when we went outside to do the sketches as it was a good opportunity for us to explore the school and have that feeling that we were actually attending the school.

Sida


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Working and making art in the NAS workshop was different than working in my school environment because at school the space provided is not as huge as the printmaking room. Also, the number of students that were involved in the printmaking workshop was not too many, this gave me and my colleagues a chance to communicate with the artists and have freedom to move around without bumping into other students.

Amalia


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

Taking an idea to print: inking up, working into the inked surface, pressing and pulling the print.


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

After lunch you just let us free to do our prints and just let us experiment with it. The experience was different to school because when we're at school we have a certain task to do and at the workshop we had the opportunity to explore our ideas rather than sticking to one thing.

Sida

Additive monotype process using water-soluble crayons and Perspex.


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

It was funny that day because I have never ever even considered abstract painting (not that I don’t like it, but more because I didn’t know how to), but that day nearly all my artworks which I produced were abstract! The girls and I were talking about it on the train back home and I just thought it was funny how it has changed my practice a little.

Angie

Subtractive monotype process using copper plates and overprinting


Mentorship and studio master class 2008

I benefited from these sessions because it helped me to brainstorm ideas and also gave me a chance to interact and get to know other students from different schools.

I believe that I have gained a lot from participating in the workshop. It has offered a chance for me to consider different art making strategies (including printmaking, of course) and has taught me a lot in regards to sketching as well!

Amalia


Master class program contributors

Master Class Program Contributors

Caledonia Foundation

National Art School Printmaking Department

S&S Wholesale

Participants

Bankstown Girls High School

Chester Hill High School

Doonside Technology High School

Tempe High School

Staff

Nick Hobbs, Coordinator Artside-In

Yaeli Ohana, Artist and Gallery educator

Patrick Hobbs, Student Intern Australian Catholic University


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