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Inspired by… building community partnerships : Report 2012

Inspired by… building community partnerships : Report 2012

Report on: Inspired by... Building Community connections - an exhibition by Beaconsfield PS at the Moores Building in Fremantle – a fund raiser for the P&C.

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IPSHA Exhibition Network @ St Marks : Report 2012

IPSHA Art Exhibtion at St Marks Anglican  Community School. When:  Tuesday 28th August for Art Ed  Primary and Secondary teachers 4pm to 6.30-7pm . Where:  Saint Marks Drive, Hillarys Please park in Staff car park and follow the signs What: Bring your cameras and note books  for all the new and great ideas you may […]

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Photography with Primary Students : Report 2012

An enthusiastic gathering of 16 Primary educators including two pre-service teachers, had a fantastic sharing session on the blockers and enablers that allow photography to be an art form that is practiced as part of the Primary School visual arts program.

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Linking Case Study Work to Studio Production at University Level – Guest lecture series May ’12

RSVP to yvonne.wiese@wesley.wa.edu.au by 4th June PD session to be held at Wesley College on 7th June 2012 at 4.15pm Wesley College – 40 Coode Street, South Perth Members: no cost    Non-members: $20 A presentation on how students studying Visual Arts at Curtin University are instructed to make links to artists in their studio work linking […]

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CASTAWAYS Networking for all May ’12

CASTAWAYS is an Exhibition of Sculpture created entirely from recycled/discarded materials. The CASTAWAYS Network session is an opportunity to network with your peers and be inspired by sculptors who have created many amazing forms from recycled materials. Lynn DiCiero, the curator of the Exhibition will take us on a tour of the sculptures, ending up at the Primary School entries.

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Primary Networks Term 2, 2012

Cost to ArtED members is free, Non members $10 – please feel free to invite colleagues you know from other schools who may be interested in attending… and maybe even joining ArtED on the network afternoon. Register and enjoy afternoon tea provided by the hosts ready for a 4.00pm start. Bring along to share and discuss an activity, a website, a description of a unit of work or an introduction to a unit that focused on Art History and Appreciation - think about how this will fit into the Responding part of the Australian Curriculum now, where in broad terms learning in the Arts involves Making and Responding.

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Toodyay 2011 Workshop Weekend Report

Toodyay 2011 Workshop Weekend Report

Weekend of 9 – 11 September, 2011 Fun, Food, Felting, Fellowship and a Fantastic exploration of symbols across a variety of Cultures. Add to that the song of birds, glorious springtime weather and a bubbling Avon River as it tumbled over rocks – the only way the weekend could have been any better was if […]

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Primary Term 3 Networks, 2011

Primary Term 3 Networks, 2011

For all Art Teachers and interested Classroom Teachers throughout the metropolitan area. SHOW AND TELL – come and spend a relaxing afternoon with like minded friends and share one successful project. Bring a sample and if possible a brief outline of the process involved to share.

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Primary Art Room Warming May ’11

A Primary Art Room Warming, Arts Basics Showing and Collegiate Sharing   Venue: Beaconsfield PS,   Hale St, Beaconsfield (park in the south end of the staff car park and come down the limestone stairs or the cement path to the Arts Block) Date: Week 4: Tuesday 24 May     4.15 – 6.00 (Afternoon tea from 3.30 […]

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Secondary sharing session April ’11

Interested Secondary art teachers are invited to come to an informal gathering South of the River to attend a ‘Look and Play’ session with the rep from Art Basics. Venue: Canning Vale College Date: Thursday 19th of May 3.45 – 4.45. The rep will be presenting new products for us to look at and play […]

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