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Archibald Prize 2010

Part 1
General: the Archibald Prize and portraiture
Who was JF Archibald?
The Archibald Prize
A chronology of events
Controversy and debate
Portraiture as a genre: an overview
Portraiture and the Prize: a selection of quotes
List of winners since 1921

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Part 2
Syllabus connections: the Archibald Prize and portraiture
Suggested case studies: Years 7–12
Conceptual framework: the art-world web: Years 7–12
Framing the Archibald: questions for discussion: Years 7–12
Portraiture: general strategies: Years K-6
Vocabulary: portraiture
Artists: portraiture
References

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Part 3
Syllabus connections: 2010 Archibald Prize
Framing the Archibald: K–6 & 7–12 discussion questions and activities

  • Mood and drama
  • Humour
  • Pattern and rhythm
  • On the move
  • Surface quality

Analysing the winner: Sam Leach Tim Minchin
Years K–6: Visual Arts and links with key learning areas
Years 7–12: The Frames

Focus works: issues for discussion
Years K–6: Visual Arts and links with key learning areas
Years 7–12: issues for discussion

  • Giles Alexander The alternative ambassadors
  • Maclean Edwards Tim Storrier
  • Jasper Knight Bill Wright AM
  • Robert Malherbe The squire – portrait of Luke Sciberras

Archibald Prize 2010: finalists

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