What happens when the man-made enters the natural landscape? What will happen to these pristine environments?
Composer Katy Abbott, uses the true events of a cargo ship in 1992 spilling nearly 29,000 duck bath toys into the North Pacific Ocean as the catalyst for her work: Introduced Species.
Six 360 cameras were embedded into the Sydney Symphony Orchestra's performance of Introduced Species. Other cameras were also placed above the orchestra and in the auditorium, to give the viewer a unique and immersive experience of the performance.
NSW Department of Education The Arts Unit provides students and teachers with highly motivating and engaging opportunities that inspire their creative potential. The Arts Unit delivers programs in dance, drama, music, visual arts, debating, public speaking, reading, spelling and special events.
The Arts Unit Digital Engagement provides online access to arts education and professional development (PD), engaging students and teachers throughout NSW.
Content is delivered by experts and accompanied by useful classroom resources. It ranges from NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) registered and non-registered courses, to virtual excursions, streamed events and extensive digital libraries. This ensures learning supports teacher accreditation requirements and is relevant, memorable and meaningful for everyone.
The Arts Unit Digital Engagement content can be accessed as follows:
For further information contact:
Digital Engagement Advisor, The Arts Unit
02 8512 1100
0414 636 909