Visual Arts - Sharing Children’s Artwork beyond the Gallery

Jane Roche is the Junior School Visual Arts Teacher at Scotch College, Perth, WA. Jane approached the Integrated Learning Technology Specialist at the school to help her bring a plan for digitising the annual art exhibition so that this could be shared globally with friends and family of the students at the school.

Jane shared her ideas for a virtual exhibition using a product called Artsteps and the ILT Education Specialist shared the possibility of using augmented reality through EyeJack to make some of the images in the physical gallery come to life.

Working together, the Art Exhibition was brought to life through augmented reality with videos of students as Van Gogh in his art studio (diorama) created using DoInk with green screen and using ArtSteps to share the work of the students in a virtual gallery.


Photo of student using green screen with in diorama of Van Gogh’s bedroom.
Vincent Van Gogh in his bedroom.

Jane presented her work at a #WATechTalk event.


Slide overview
Image of virtual art gallery
Different designs available in the virtual art gallery
Different viewing options of the gallery
Different framing options available for the art pieces.
Options as viewer of the gallery
Benefits of having a virtual gallery available

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Posted on May 29, 2023

Wow, a quite impressive way to share student art! Thanks for the explanation and images.

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