'A Case Study on Educational Programs of Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art in Australia "Kids' APT: Connecting Contemporary ART and Kids" Document is now available.
Australia's Asia Pacific Triennial (APT), based in Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), introduces contemporary art in the Asia Pacific region. Yokohama Triennale invited Mr. Simon Wright from QAGOMA and held "Kids' APT: Connecting Contemporary ART and Kids" on Friday, March 8 2013 as a pre-event for the fifth edition (2014).
The program introduced case studies of next generation educational programs in international exhibitions, starting with APT. APT held its first edition in 1993 and has collected and exhibited artworks from the region since, but has also focused on programs targeting children since 1999. Educational program initiatives taken at the Yokohama Museum of Art and Yokohama Triennale were also presented.
The document contains issues and questions shared by school officials and educational personnel at museums who attended the event.
Yokohama Triennale 2014 Pre-event
A Case Study on Educational Programs of Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art in Australia “Kids’ APT: Connecting Contemporary ART and Kids”Document (PDF: 1.70MB)