Science Gallery Melbourne (SGM) is an art/science laboratory for young people to spark big ideas. This workshop will take participants behind the curtain into our process engaging young people, experts, and communities to develop exhibition themes, artworks, and public programs.
What type of session will this be?
How will this session be structured?
10-45 minutes: Case studies from SGM and Science Gallery nodes around the world of the behind the scenes ways that we co-design and co-develop exhibitions/programs.
45 – 90 minutes: Participants will take part in a co-creation, co-development workshop led by SGM staff.
Session Producer, Workshop facilitator
Claire Farrugia – Education & Outreach Manager, Science Gallery Melbourne
Tilly Boleyn – Curator, Science Gallery Melbourne
Anastaszia Ward-Davies, Visual art teacher (Williamstown High School) Research assistant (University of Melbourne – MGSE & Department of Medicine/Department of Physiotherapy)
Jett Janetzki The University of Melbourne/MPavilion
When: Wednesday 19th February, 13:50pm-15:25pm
Where: Room G03, Learning and Teaching Building, 19 Ancora Imparo Way, Clayton