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Aboriginal art symbols

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Aboriginal Art - Colour, Symbols and Pattern | Teaching Resources

Learning about other cultures through their art and pairing it with English and Geography. Aboriginal Art is a fantastic topic for children. They will learn a little about who the Australian Aboriginals are, their symbols and what and how they paint. Activities, include art coupled with English or Geography. Team it with a trip to a forest or zoo, or use it as a tool for creative writing. Fun suggestions for displaying work too.

Aboriginal Symbols

Indigenous Symbols, Icons and Imagery. The dotted motifs of much of today’s Aboriginal modern design work has become the trademark of the contemporary Aboriginal Art movement.

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Click through to download a free template to use during reconciliation week or NAIDOC week and all year long. This activity encourages students to recognise the traditional owners of the land...
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In today's art fact video, we are talking about the town of Papunya and the people that created one of the most significant art movements to come out of the northern territory of Australia. They created art through shape and form as well as culture. This movement came out of poverty and showed how art can change not just the individual but also the world. This is a short video about one town and its art movement, Papunya Tula Artists: The story of the largest Aboriginal Art Movement in Austral
Symbol for protection, luck and power.