Workshops & Presentations

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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Arts Learning Festival (ISV)

3 May 2017

Partner
Workshop

Independent Schools Victoria is thrilled to present the Arts Learning Festival, a five-day event in May for students, teachers, school leaders, families and the wider community that explores the importance of arts in education.

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Melbourne Masterclass: Van Gogh's Four Seasons

1 May 2017, 6:00-8:30pm

Partner

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.

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MUMA AND DULDIG EXPERIENCE (MADE) FOR TEACHERS

23 May 2017, 9.30am – 2.30pm

Partner

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.

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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.

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NGV PRIMARY SCHOOL PHILOSOTHON

31 May 2017, 9am–12.30pm

Partner
Presentation

NGV Education presents a model for using Visual Art as stimulus for developing the Victorian Curriculum Critical and Creative thinking and Ethical Capabilities.

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VCE Studio Arts: Behind the Scenes | NGV

18 May 2017, 10-3pm

Partner

Meet the curator, conservator, exhibition designer and marketing expert and develop an understanding of the organisation, presentation and conservation of this and other exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria. Program also includes an introduction to the exhibition, folio viewing and self-guided exhibition viewing.

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The Studio Artist: Practice & Process Teacher PD Program (ACCA)

15 May 2017, 9:30am–3:30pm

Partner

Learn about art practice and processes in-depth at ACCA through both discussion and hands-on art making activities centred upon Australian contemporary artist Claire Lambe’s exhibition Mother Holding Something Horrific.

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In Conversation with Prof David Cross and artists Elyse de Valle and Rob McHaffie

11 May 2017, 6-7.30pm

Free
Partner

Please join us for another exciting In Conversation with 'Unproductive Thinking' artists Elyse de Valle & Rob McHaffie and Professor David Cross, Deakin Faculty of Arts and Education. The artists will discuss the ideas explored in works currently on display at the Deakin Art Gallery, and the ways they deal with the ever increasing pressures to transform, improve and 'optimise' both themselves and their practice.

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ART RAVES (VCE Art) | NGV

4 May 2017, 11am

Partner

Top Arts 2017 exhibitors discuss their completed work, support material and share their experiences of VCE Art and VCE Studio Arts, offering fresh and first hand insights into successfully completing VCE Art or Studio Arts.

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