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All Presenters

Primary Arts Network thanks all the following for their contribution presenting sessions at one or more of our conferences or workshops.

Adele Outteridge

Book artist, printmaker and sculptor, BSc University of Melbourne, Adele studied and taught with the School of Colour and Design in Sydney attending many workshops with Australian and international tutors.

Adrianna Jones

Adrianne Jones is an experienced educator, researcher, writer and performer who has worked in many contexts and institutions at a variety of levels. She has worked at Queensland Arts Council; Lectured at University of Queensland and Griffith University’s Drama Department and taught at a variety of primary and high schools. Adrianne is currently completing her Masters degree in Arts Education and is co-authoring a textbook for Drama students Dramatexts.

Belinda Macartney

Belinda Macartney has extensive teaching experience includes early childhood classrooms in Queensland and interstate, Distance Education, and advisory and teaching positions in regional Queensland. An interest in resource development resulted in positions with Open Access, Queensland Arts Council, and Queensland Studies Authority. Further studies in Business Communication and Writing, Editing and Publishing support her current role as Education Manager QPAC.

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.

Charmaine Brandon

Charmaine Brandon is a designer who specialises in print and digital media. Her work displays the marrying of  hand-made elements of design with digital technologies.

She holds a Diploma of Teaching Early Childhood, B.Education, Diploma of Visual Communications - Design and Master of Digital Design due to complete this year. Charmaine is currently working as a freelance Designer, Media Teacher and Year 6 Teacher at Milton State School.

Christene Clarke

Christene studied art history the Australian National University and has been an Art librarian with the State Library of Queensland since1994

She is currently a member of Arlis/ANZ (Art Libraries Society Australia & New Zealand) and Icon Painters of Brisbane

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