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2015 Term 3 Twilight Conference

Botanics

Botanics: a series of  apps for teaching ART!

Workshop Brief:

PAN 2015 Term 3 Twilight Conference Registration

Location: 

Anglican Church Grammar School

Oaklands Parade, East Brisbane.

Date:

Manipulating Light

'Manipulating light' and 'exploring the source of light' are key concepts actively constructed in this 'Exploring Light through Science and Art' workshop based on the Reggio Emilia approach.

In this workshop participants will

A Mexican Celebration of Life through Art - Day of the Dead

THEME. A Mexican celebration of Life through ART: “Day of the Dead”.

KLA: Science. Historical and Geographical concepts are also embedded.

Kerrie Anderson

Kerrie Anderson

Kerrie Anderson

Kerrie has had over 20 years’ experience teaching Visual Art in the tertiary sector (QUT), and secondary schools, (state and private). She is currently employed at The Southport School, as a Primary Art specialist. She is a passionate advocate for curriculum based Visual Arts education from early childhood to secondary school.

An interest in indigenous Art education and Community Arts, saw Kerrie work at 'Waralungku' Arts Centre in Borroloola Northern Territory in 2014.

2015 Term 3 Twilight Conference

PAN Twilight Conference Term 3 2015

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

Receive 1 FREE registration when your school registers 10 participants

Thursday 3rd September, 2015

Anglican Church Grammar Preparatory School

Oaklands Parade, East Brisbane.

REGISTRATIONS OPEN

4.00 - 5.00: Workshop 1

5.00 - 5.30: Refreshments/Networking

5.30 - 6.30: Workshop 2

 

Lee Fullarton

Lee FullARTon is a Teaching Artist completing her BA at Queensland College of Art and post graduate studies in Teaching at Mt Gravatt Teachers College. Lee currently works in state schools, teaching across the arts disciplines of visual art, drama, dance and media as well as working freelance. Lee’s current visual art practice including multimedia works are influenced extensively by her travels through Asia. Lee declares that her experiences not only provide inspiration for her own work but significantly contribute to the energy of sharing and teaching art to children.

Joy Pohlner

Joy has a utiilised The Arts in education as a focus through her teaching career. Her innovative ways have brought about authentic learnings and understandings. This workshop will use drawing Investigations based on the Reggio Emiilia approach and will support literacy in the Early Years .

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