The 80s are back is an exhibition that explores Australian life and popular culture during this formative decade of social, cultural, economic and political change. Interpreted through subcultures, movements and trends, this exhibition will allow students to explore key themes relevant to history, social and cultural studies, design, fashion and music.
The variety of objects, year-by-year timeline and case studies, images, interactives and audiovisuals in the exhibition will provide an integrated and multimedia environment to encourage student enquiry, reflection and foster experiential and collaborative learning.
The following resources have been developed to support your teaching and learning in relation to the exhibition:
Exhibition notes and units of work supporting the following units of study:
Timelines which provide an overview of key events throughout the 80s along with themed timelines particularly relevant to the Decade Study
‘Top 5’ checklists highlighting key resources, exhibitions and programs relevant to the exhibition
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Exhibition visit: $5 per student. Teachers and supervisors are free within the ratio, each additional supervisor $10.
For more information or to book your visit, call (02) 9217 0222 or email email@example.com