National Photographic Portrait Prize 2018
Now in its eleventh year, this annual exhibition draws from entries submitted by photographers across Australia. This year 43 photos were selected from an astounding 3,224 entries to form the exhibition.
Students will experience the distinctive vision of Australia's aspiring and professional portrait photographers and the unique nature of their subjects.
Online Learning Resources
The online resource is designed primarily for secondary school teachers and students of Visual Arts. The education resource can be used either in the classroom or in small groups; to encourage contemplation and visual analysis of photographic portraits and to facilitate thoughtful conversations by including relevant questions and activities based on the selected images (note: partial nudity warning).
Monday Gallery Tours
A fun and informative way to get excited about art!
Our Monday Tours are conducted by our Glasshouse Gallery educators. The Gallery is closed to the public on Mondays, which means you can have a more personalised experience in a quiet and relaxed setting.Our skilled educators will give a more in-depth insight into the exhibitions, arts theory, as well as interactive age-specific exercises.
Suitable for all ages. Bookings essential. $5 per student. 10am or 11.30am tours. Duration: 60 minutes.
For alternate days or times, please contact email@example.com to discuss other arrangements.
Exhibition-Based Workshop & Tours
If you are focusing on a particular exhibition, specific theme or curriculum/syllabus outcome, we can tailor a program to your needs.
These custom-made sessions can accommodate your students and help to create a dynamic excursion and engaging art experience.
$15 per student
2 hours (30 minute Gallery tour, 90 minute workshop).
To plan your visit to the Glasshouse please click here.
Image credit: The Arrival by Rene Stamatova. Image courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery.
This exhibition is supported by the National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach Program, an Australian Government program aiming to improve access to the national collections for all Australians.