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2015 Term 1 Twilight Conference

Lee Fullarton

Lee Fullarton is a practicing and teaching artist that has worked with children of all ages within schools and alternative settings in Australian and most recently in New Delhi India. Lee has extensive experience in: visual art practices with children, artist in residence programs, arts project management, developing curriculum resources in the arts for education, galleries and museums and working the arts in the classroom.

Inexpensive Printmaking

In this workshop participants will explore three different kinds of printmaking for classroom use which are inexpensive and practical. Participants will be shown how the prints can be used in a number of cross curricula activities.

Clay inspired by place

Artists often live in or visit places that give them ideas. This workshop explores place as inspiration for claywork. Examples of ceramic artists inspired by place and how these can be used in the classroom as part of a program that includes responding to art will be presented. Slab construction and modelling techniques will be demonstrated and practised in this session. Techniques are suitable for all age levels. Practical tips for managing clay in the classroom will be shared. It is not necessary to have a kiln in your school for this task to be implemented.  


Visual Arts Years 3-4: 'Place'

Carolyn wrote this engaging Visual Arts unit for ACARA.

Through this PAN workshop, participants will experience a teaching unit which investigates and discusses purposes and meaning of artworks using the environment as a stimulus. ‘Place’ can be in your mind, in your heart, a geographical place, local through to global. In this unit children will explore ‘place’ as an environment through Visual Arts.

Lorraine Thomas

Lorraine is an educator with manys years experience of using The Arts for bringing about real learning.

Carolyn Peisker

Carolyn is a primary school teacher and a PAN committee member who loves her job and loves children achieving in the arts. She specializes is visual arts from Years 1 - 7 and is the recipient of an Australia Day Education Queensland Medal for outstanding achievement in education.

Karen Hannay

Karen Hannay

Karen Hannay is a specialist middle years Art teacher at Brisbane Grammar School. She holds a Diploma of Teaching (Art), Graduate Diploma (Curriculum- Art) and Master of Education (Research). Karen has over twenty years of experience in Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Art education.  Working with clay is a particular passion for Karen, who is also a practicing ceramic sculptor.

Previous sessions include Visual Literacy Investigations and Clay Dragons Dreams.

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