A percentage of the profits from sales of this book will go to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.
Aligned with the Australian Curriculum, this publication encourages educators to prioritise artists and their stories, make connections to the lives of students at all levels and expose them to the diversity of art made by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. The 316-page second volume builds on the success the 156-page first volume which sold over 5,000 copies nationwide.
The second volume adds new content, features over 50 First Nation artists and writers and provides more examples of classroom projects and case studies nationwide from reception to Year 11. This publication highlights how works of art can be used as a starting point for learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and culture through a variety of learning areas including English, Design, History and Science.
Read more about the publication in the ArtsHub article 'Aboriginal art in the classroom: state gallery model proving welcome support' by Jo Pickup
AGSA’s education programs are supported by the Government of South Australia through the Department for Education.
Tarnanthi is presented in partnership with BHP and with the support of the Government of South Australia.