Discover one man’s incredible journey from poverty to world-famous artist in this exclusive Museum of Brisbane exhibition, Mao’s Last Dancer. Featuring never-before seen interviews, performance footage and personal artefacts, this exhibition is an intimate portrait of a contemporary Australian icon, Li Cunxin.
Students will explore elements of the exhibition that focus on story-telling, fables, and personal journeys in a guided tour of the exhibition, as well as a hands-on craft workshop where students create their own kite and endow it with their wishes for a bright and prosperous future.
|Year levels||4 – 7|
|Group size||20 – 60|
|Program type||Hands-on workshop + Tour|
|Curriculum links||English, The Arts, Languages|
|Cost||See Kite Wishes Learning Resource PDF|
For pricing, session details and Australian Curriculum links download the Kite Wishes Learning resource
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