Support & Networks

To help our members and the broader visual arts education community in connecting with each other, we have compiled a list of networks operating across Victoria.

If you have recently moved to a new area, or are looking to share ideas and materials with other educators around you, joining a network is a great way to start. Below is a list of teacher-run networks operating in Victoria. If you wish to join, please contact the network using the details provided.

If you run a network and would like to be listed here, please complete this form.

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Catholic Education Wodonga (CEW) Arts

1 January 1970

Primary
Secondary
Main ContactChris Darmody
Main Method Of Communication

Email Chris Darmody

Meeting Frequency1 per term
Members10
Material Shared By MembersResource sharing, scope and sequence development, collegial support, collaborative Arts Days

Hobsons Bay Primary Art Teachers Network

1 January 1970

Primary
Main ContactLaura Russell
Main Method Of Communication

Email Laura Russell

Meeting Frequency1 per term
Members6
Material Shared By MembersCurriculum and planning ideas, art room organisation and logistics, art shows

Gippsland Art Gallery Art Cluster

1 January 1970

Early Years
Primary
Secondary
Main ContactRobert Natoli
Main Method Of Communication

Contact the Education Coordinator from Gippsland Art Gallery or email Robert Natoli

Meeting FrequencyTerm based
Members15
Material Shared By MembersTeaching ideas and strategies

South Eastern Region Art Network

1 January 1970

Secondary
VCE Art
VCE Studio Arts
Description

Beginning in 1993, and evolving out of the VCE Art and Studio Art network meetings, the informal gatherings now focus on sharing ideas and discussing best practice. Meetings rotate through a range of secondary schools in the Southern Metropolitan Regional area.

Main ContactKim Wootton, Lou Chamberlin
Main Method Of Communication

Email Kim Wootton

Meeting FrequencyOnce a term
Members30+, attendance at meetings: 15-20
Material Shared By MembersCurriculum, classroom ideas and examples of student work, professional development, gallery visits, resources
LevelsSecondary and VCE
Specific Areas Network Operates In

South eastern suburbs from Frankston to St Kilda and as far north as Toorak, but all welcome

South Eastern Art Teachers (SEAT)

1 January 1970

Museum
Primary
Secondary
Main ContactPeter Horacek
Main Method Of Communication

Email Peter Horacek

Meeting Frequency3 times a year
Members50
Material Shared By MembersInformation about informal get-togethers (often at a gallery), positions vacant, support, resources, teaching ideas

Outer West Visual Art Teachers Network

1 January 1970

Primary
Description

Relatively new network (started 2014). Held our first PL day run by us, for us, in March 2015!

Main ContactShelley Menhennet
Main Method Of Communication

Email Shelley Menhennet

Meeting Frequency2 per term (approx.)
Members30 (approx.)
Material Shared By MembersAssessment ideas, planners, scope and sequence, Pinterest boards

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