This free offer is available for conference participants only. Participants will be guided through Brisbane’s arty laneways to view the current exhibition of indigenous art, featuring work by Kim Ah Sam, one of our conference workshop facilitators. Along the way Pia Robinson, from the BCC Urban Design team, will unpack the urban gallery and provide insight into a new site-specific video commission to sit within the Brisbane Public Art collection (at Howard Smith Wharves)
The tour will depart the Roundhouse Theatre at Kelvin Grove at 6pm sharp and travel via maxi-taxi to Burnett Lane in the city, where you will meet Pia. The official experience will conclude at 8:15pm at Howard Smith Wharves, where you might like to have dinner. Participants will make their own way home.
The QATA executive acknowledges the generous support of the Brisbane City Council Public Art Team in providing this opportunity.
This Cluster Group meeting is an opportunity for Brisbane based Visual Art teachers to meet to discuss the implementation of the new Senior Visual Art syllabus. You are invited to attend a Visual Art Cluster Meeting for Brisbane based Art teachers on Wednesday 31st July at
All Hallows School
4:00pm – 5:30pm
This will be an opportunity for teachers to discuss and share information for implementation of the new Senior Visual Art syllabus, specifically –
Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Units 1 and 2
Endorsement of IA1 and IA2
Mock External Assessments
External Assessment preparation
QCAA officers – Jo-Anne Hine and Megan Brunckhorst will be in attendance to assist with questions.
If you have any specific questions for QCAA please email these to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 29th July.
Afternoon tea provided.