Held on the 6th Aug 2022
at 8:45am to
, Southern Tasmania
Multiple galleries and venues across greater HobartSummary:
Immerse yourself in a full day arts, science and environmental sustainability professional learning experience!
- University of Tasmania - College of Arts, Law and Education
- Tasmanian Art Teachers Association
- Hadley’s Art Prize Hobart
- Art Education Australia
Creativity and Changing Landscapes Professional Learning Day
Saturday 6 August 2022
Join us for an arts, science and sustainability focused professional learning experience, comprising a carefully curated program of exploring and responding sessions – all designed to intrigue and inspire.
This year’s program offers a range of engagement options for every budget, from individual sessions, day registration and a special day/night ticket option.
What you will get from the experience:
- Hear from leaders contributing to local and national education research and curriculum development
- Learn about cultural perspectives with integrity in visual art contexts
- Network with educators, curators, scientists and artists working across disciplines
- Discover and/or deepen understanding of ways to engage with scientific, creative and cultural perspectives in your school/communities
- Explore how interdisciplinary inquiry can help foster environmental awareness and sustainability attributes
- Time and space to reflect, share and ruminate on challenges, successes and opportunities with colleagues
- Collect and share activity ideas, curriculum aligned teaching resources and pedagogic strategies to use in the classroom
Drawing expertise from First Nations perspectives, education, museum and arts/science industry experts, Creativity and Changing landscapes promises a highly engaging, collaboration-building and interdisciplinary professional learning event.
The program seeks to challenge, empower and equip teachers to discuss and discover the utility of creativity and changing landscapes through perspectives and pedagogies of place. Creativity and Changing Landscapes has been designed to align with national and international education priorities that support teachers in their enactment of The Australian Curriculum in alignment with UN and UNESCO priorities.
- Premier ticket $200 = Includes three course dinner at Hadley’s Orient Hotel, discounted full day program and TATA membership
- Day ticket $100 = Includes access to all day program + lunch and afternoon tea
- Individual sessions $40 = Cost to attend individual sessions (no catering included)
- Some individual sessions offer a limited number of free registrations (UTAS pre-service teachers prioritised)
- Dinner only $100 = Cost to attend the three course dinner at Hadley’s Orient Hotel from 6:00pm
- Session 1 Within an Utterance: A conversation in motion at MONA
- Session 2 A close look at the exhibition, This too shall pass at TMAG
- Session 3 Guided tour of the 2022 Hadley’s Art Prize
- Session 4 Water[shed] by OUTSIDE THE BOX / Earth Arts at Bett Gallery
- Session 5 Colouring Connections - Beaker Street drawing activity
- Session 6 Changing Curriculum landscapes
- Dinner A special three-course dinner in the Hadley's Art Prize gallery
To ensure we keen as COVID safe as possible, please do not attend this event if:
- You are unwell.
- Have been in contact with someone who has tested positive to COVID (in the week leading up to the event).
- Are awaiting a COVID test result.
- Have been instructed to self-isolate.
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).
Are you a member of the Tasmanian Art Teachers Association (TATA)? If you’re a member of TATA, you will be provided with a 10% discount code, valid for all paid ticket types.