Art Education Victoria has been running professional development programs for art educators for over sixty years.
Our aim is to provide you with opportunities to be inspired, informed and connected with the art education community. Our professional development supports the AITSL Standards and FISO to help you achieve your professional goals. Check out upcoming in-person or online professional development programs and conferences from both Art Education Victoria and our partner organisations.
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Teaching Critical and Creative Thinking Through the Visual Arts For Primary and Secondary Teachers
27 April 2017, 9.30-3pmArt Education Victoria
The Visual Arts offer the perfect context for developing critical and creative thinking. Join Helen Attrill, Hilary Senhanli, and Steve Marks as we explore great strategies for improving student thinking.Read more
MUMA AND DULDIG EXPERIENCE (MADE) FOR TEACHERS
23 May 2017, 9.30am – 2.30pmPartner
To launch our new Studio Arts initiative, MUMA and the Duldig Studio: museum + sculpture garden invite teachers to spend a day in the galleries during Christian Thompson: Ritual Intimacy at MUMA and SLAWA: Modernist Art and Design at Duldig Studio.Read more
Melbourne Masterclass: Van Gogh's Four Seasons
1 May 2017, 6:00-8:30pmPartner
The four seasons run like a thread throughout Van Gogh’s art work and for the artist represented the circle of life in all its beauty and majesty. By focussing on a different season each week this four-part masterclass, Van Gogh’s Four Seasons, will explore the artist’s work and the varied shades of his personality and life experiences.Read more
Melbourne Masterclass: Objects, Sounds and Stories of Love
12 April 2017, 6.00-8.30pmPartner
Love, a complex emotion to say the least, has inspired artists and creative practitioners for centuries, generating countless artworks, objects, poems, books, musical compositions and films. Over three weeks this masterclass will explore the materiality, visions and sounds of love in response to the exhibition Love: Art of Emotion 1400-1800 held at the National Gallery of Victoria.Read more
Celebrating 150 years of art (VCA)Partner
For 150 years, the Victorian College of the Arts and its predecessor institutions have nurtured the talents of many of Australia’s best-known and most-treasured artists. ART150 reflects upon a rich and distinguished history, which began at the National Gallery of Victoria Art School, and looks towards a vibrant future for Australian art and research.Read more
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