This text explores the development of Australia’s identity and experience through the world of art.
- This text draws on a wide range of critical and historical sources
- Painting, photography and sculpture discussed in every chapter
- In Focus - A feature study in each chapter profiling either an artist, an artwork, architect or photographer and providing specific activities to explore and extend the topic
- Our House and Our City - a series of double-page spreads filtered through the book, which are snapshots of domestic and civil architecture throughout Australia’s history
- Critical and Historical investigations - graded activities in each chapter
- Chronological approach with themes woven throughout the text
- Highlighted glossary words/terms throughout the text
- Increased content on indigenous artists
- Increased content on women artists
- Accessible and lively writing style.
- Chapter 1: Terra Australis before 1788
- Chapter 2: Art of the Colony 1788-1820
- Chapter 3: Eureka 1850-1880
- Chapter 4: Creating Australia 1880-1901
- Chapter 5: Cutting the ties-Federation 1901-1910
- Chapter 6: Exodus 1911-1920
- Chapter 7: The Modern Artist 1913-1940
- Chapter 8: Images of modern evil 1933-1950
- Chapter 9: The battle of styles 1951-1960
- Chapter 10: Rocking and rolling 1960s-1970s
- Chapter 11: Into the new century 1990-2001
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|Year Level||Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, Year 12,|
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