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Primary Arts Network has hosted the following conferences and other events.

GOMA TEACHER LOOK OUT PROGRAM

LOOK OUT TEACHER PROGRAM: TERM 2 EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS

Monday 30 March
4.15 – 6.00pm
Free program | Bookings essential, limited places
Includes professional development certificate

Critical & Creative Thinking in Geography: Twilight Conference

Critical & Creative Thinking in Geography: PAN Twilight Conference

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Cost: $60 per person ($50 tertiary students) includes workshops and delicious afternoon tea

Thursday 28th August, Anglican Church Grammar Prep School (Churchie)
4.00 - 5.00:
 Workshop 1
5.00 - 5.30: Refreshments/Networking
5.30 - 6.30: Workshop 2

2013 PAN Conference: Artist Tardis

Artist Tardis: Teaching History through The Arts

Choose 2 x 1 hour creative workshops
2 hours PD (QLD College of Teachers)

Cost: $60 per person ($50 tertiary students) includes workshops and refreshments

Thursday 6th June, Anglican Church Grammar Prep School (Churchie)
4.00:
Workshop 1 
5.00: Refreshments/Networking
5.30: Workshop 2   

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2012 PAN Conference

Choose 2 x 1 hour creative workshops

2 hours PD (QLD College of Teachers)

Cost: $60 per person ($50 tertiary students) includes workshops and refreshments

2009 Conference

Creative Hour

PAN Conference 2009 South Bank Arts Precinct

9.30-10.30am

2010 Conference

 

PAN STATE CONFERENCE 2010.

 

Thank you to the 160 delegates who attended this year's conference ‘Literacy through the Arts'

 

 

The Arts is the bridge to...
all literacies and narratives,

the sharing of the human experience,

2012 PAN Twilight Conference

Think. Create. Communicate.

PAN Twilight Conference - Thursday 15th March 2012, 3:45pm - 6:30pm

Two creative and engaging workshops (media, visual and performing arts). Refreshments. Sculpture project launch and your school's chance to win a sculpture. Connected to the new curriculum. 2.5 hours QCoT PD.

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