Seeking a truly immersive experience of the Pacific through in-country learning? Gain a deeper understanding of Pacific Island societies and the many ways intangible cultural values are expressed through this amazing program.
Do you have an interest in exploring Pacific exhibitions, galleries, collections and art communities in Sydney NSW? The PACI3005: Pacific Islands Field school program will allow you to understand how Pacific exhibitions, galleries, collections and performing arts communities in Sydney, NSW, link the islands to the Pasifika diaspora.
For the first time in history, Pacific Island Field school will take place domestically in Sydney, NSW. The “Pacific in Sydney” field school aims will allow students to identify the importance of the colonial port city of Sydney as a historically important node within the trade, religious and political networks across the Pacific. Students will explore and hold a talanoa forum at Paradise Camp by acclaimed Samoan-Japanese-New Zealand artist Yuki Kihara at the Powerhouse Museum and other locations such as the State Gallery of NSW, State Library of NSW and Matavai Cultural Arts in Liverpool!
For more information and to apply check out the Global Programs System.