School Tour – Jimmy C’s Street Art


An Adelaide street art tour focused on one unique artist

$22 per student
1.5 Hours

Adelaide's coolest street art

Flamboyance Tours highlights the works of Adelaide-raised, London-based artist Jimmy C in this unique Adelaide street art tour!

Along this 90-minute walk, students learn about how James Cochran developed his talent, and appreciate his unique ‘drip-style’ technique. They will understand how art collaborations develop and learn about those featured in his works.

Students are encouraged to engage through taking photos, asking and answering questions, and taking part in a quiz along the route.

After the tour, teachers will receive a document with locations on Jimmy C works not visited on tour, and a link to Adelaide’s Street Art Explosion map via email. These can be shared with students to encourage art exploration in their own time.

This tour is similar in content and route to our popular Jimmy C Street Art Tour, but tailored to students.

Start and end points

We start at Jimmy C's Ophelia piece, corner of East Terrace and Vardon Avenue. We end at Market Street (off Gouger Street).


*This tour contains images of, and references to, a deceased First Nations person.

*Bookings are essential, with numbers and payment confirmed at least one week prior to the event.

*This tour has a fully accessible route, which includes a tram ride.

*A group photo is taken on every tour, so please ensure students are in desired uniform and have photo permissions where necessary.

*Students will be asked for feedback at the end of the tour by filling out a quick form asking what they liked/didn’t like about the experience.

*This tour is recommended for visual arts students in years 9-12.

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How this tour assists Australian Curriculum outcomes

Outdoor Learning
Students are engaged in practical and active learning experiences in natural environments and settings. In these environments, students develop the skills and understanding to move safely and competently while valuing a positive relationship with the outside world.
Visual Arts - Rationale
Students recognise the significance of visual arts histories, theories and practices, exploring and responding to artists, craftspeople and designers and their artworks. (ACAVAM125) (ACAVAR130)
Visual Arts - Achievement Standard (Years 9-10)
Students evaluate how representations communicate artistic intentions in artworks they make and view. They evaluate artworks and displays from different cultures, times and places, leading to identify influences of other artists on their own artworks.
SACE Visual Arts (Art) (Stage 1-2)
Area of Study #1 – Visual Thinking, and Area of Study #3 – Visual Arts in Context
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