Hadley's Orient Hotel, 34 Murray Street Hobart, TAS 7000Summary:
Immerse yourself in a full day arts, science and environmental sustainability professional learning experience!
Join us for an arts, science and sustainability focused professional learning day, comprising a carefully curated series of talks, exhibition tours and creative practice based workshops – all designed to intrigue and inspire.
What you will get from the experience:
- The chance to network with other art educators, curators, scientists and artists
- Explore cultural perspectives with integrity in visual art contexts
- A guided exhibition tour of the 2021 Hadley's Art Prize finalists' exhibition
- Hands-on creative and interdisciplinary practice workshops
- Panel discussion perspectives for negotiating art making and teaching
- Activity ideas, resources and strategies to use in the classroom
- Australian morning tea at Hadley's Orient Hotel
Drawing expertise from First Nations perspectives, arts, education and industry experts, Creativity and Changing landscapes promises a highly engaging, collaborative, interdisciplinary, professional learning event.
The day seeks to empower and equip teachers to further discuss and discover the importance of environmental sustainability from scientific, creative and cultural perspectives in their schools and communities.
Creativity and Changing Landscapes has been designed to align with national education priorities that support teachers in their enactment of The Australian Curriculum (F-10) and work within senior secondary teaching and learning contexts. This special event is proudly presented by University of Tasmania – College of Arts, Law and Education (UTAS CALE), Tasmanian Art Teachers Association (TATA), Hadley's Art Prize Hobart and Art Education Australia (AEA).
Image caption: Steven Carson – Complex Agenda (Detail), 2020. Adhesive vinyl, corflute, muselets (champagne bottle wires), pallet wrap on table. Dimensions variable. Exhibited in Vis-à-vis , Rosny Barn, Hobart.