VCE Art Creative Practice Exam Revision Seminar

VCE Art Creative Practice Exam Revision Seminar

Our presenter will inspire you to provide your students with tips, tricks and strategies for preparing for the 2023 VCE Art Creative Practice exam. As this is the first year of the new study design, this seminar will focus on the types of questions that have been developed by the VCAA trial exam sample.

The VCE Art Creative Practice Seminar will be led by an expert educator Demi Nicolaidis. Demi has been the Learning Area Leader for visual arts at Templestowe College for 6 years and a member of the Curriculum Learning Group. Demi has taught visual arts for 25 years and has been teaching students at Templestowe College for the past 15 years. Demi is also a committee member for the Arts Advisory Committee at Manningham City Council and has been an exam assessor for VCAA for the past 6 years. In 2022, she also completed the Teachers Excellence Program with the Victorian Academy of Teaching and Leadership.

The session will include a presentation followed by a Q&A , where you will be able to submit your questions and they will be answered live.

For post event online learning – Ticket holders will receive the recording and will be sent a link to view and access the recording using a password. The link to the Seminar recording can then be shared via video conferencing with students or teachers can give the login details to their students.

Access to the recording is also available to all ticket holders regardless of attendance to the actual Seminar.

Access to the recorded presentation will be available five days after the session date, and for the following 4 weeks. This means that the access allows you and your students to view the presentation multiple times.


$150 ArtEdVic Members

$ 190 General Admission (non-members)

Seminar Date:

ART: Creative Practice | Mon 2 Oct at 4pm

Presentation and Q&A (60 min)


Purchase Tickets HERE

Wherever you want to be – online via Zoom.

You will be sent a Zoom Link one day prior to your ACP seminar

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