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Vital Vases: The Archaeology of Ancient Greek Ceramics

Students explore what pottery tells us about ancient societies by investigating the changing form, function and design of pottery from Neolithic to black and red-figure pottery. Students examine ceramics using historical and archaeological thinking, decode vase paintings and handle ancient ceramics to interpret their socio-historical significance.




1 hour 30 minutes

30 students (min. charge 8 students)

$18 per person
Teachers accompany free

Curriculum Links

This workshop has links to the following learning areas: History, Visual Arts, Geography, Civics and Citizenship, and English. It utilises ethical, intercultural, personal and social, and critical and creative thinking capabilities.

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