MANIT SRIWANICHPOOM: THE LAMBS OF GOD

Year 9 and 10 History

The content of this exhibition is relevant not only to contemporary art but to issues and events in world history in the twentieth and twenty–first century, particularly how political movements effect everyday people.

The Lambs of God provides an opportunity for year 9 & 10 students to reflect upon and analyse human rights issues in the context of present day Thailand.

Time: one hour
Cost: $4.00/student (Discounts apply for disadvantaged schools)
Availability: Thursday & Friday

CURRICULUM LINK: Victorian Essential Learning Standards Framework

• Physical, Personal and Social Learning – Interpersonal Development, Personal Learning, Civics and Citizenship
• Discipline–based learning – The Arts, English and Humanities (History)
• Interdisciplinary Learning - Communication and Thinking Processes

By negotiation with individual schools we aim to support and enrich school curriculum and classroom practice.

VCE International Studies

Through discussing the photographic images in this exhibition insights can be gained into concepts of globalisation and internationalism.

Students can examine the concept of power in the Asia-Pacific Region particularly in reference to Thailand and the way this country ‘uses’ power in pursuit of it’s national interest.

Time: one hour
Cost: $4.00/student (Discounts apply for disadvantaged schools)
Availability: Thursday & Friday

CURRICULUM LINK: VCE Unit 3: Global Issues and Conflicts and Unit 4: International Relations

Image: Manit Sriwanichpoom Waiting for the King [standing] 2006 (detail)

Last Updated 12 May 2008

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