Art and Science Resource & Tours
Art and Science both value critical thinking and experimentation and, at times both bring to the fore ethical and cultural issues. Investigate the connections between Art and Science by exploring a diversity of works in the Gallery’s collection.
“The most important quality of art and science is curiosity” – Fabian Oefner, Artist and Photographer
Prepare for your visit by using the Art and Science resource
The activities suggested in this resource link with the Australian Curriculum: Arts (Visual Arts) and Science (Science Understanding and Science as a Human Endeavour)
Please note: due to the changing nature of our exhibits, some works may not be on display when you visit.
Please book for a guided or self-guided tour.
Image: 20138P31 Camille Pissarro, France, 1830 – 1903, Prairie à Éragny, 1886, Éragny, France, oil on canvas, 59.4 x 73.0 cm; Gift of the Gwinnett Family, James and Diana Ramsay Foundation, Roy and Marjory Edwards Bequest Fund, Margaret Olley Art Trust, Helen Bowden, Frank and Mary Choate, Peter and Pamela McKee, Emeritus Professor Anne Edwards AO, David and Pam McKee, and Members through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation Masterwork Appeal 2014, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
ALL school visits must be booked in advance.
To book a visit, for more information or to discuss your student learning needs, please contact a Learning at the Gallery team member.
Organising your visit
Please note some permanent and temporary displays may contain content that is not suitable for all visitors. It is recommended teachers visit the Gallery prior to an excursion as a risk assessment strategy.
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