QATA Conference 2019

PAYING BY INVOICE? Please note, invoices are generated by our hardworking bookkeeper and may take up to one week to process. Your patience is appreciated.

 

OPEN THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM

 

REGISTER NOW 

 

BOOKMARK THIS PAGE FOR CONFERENCE NEWS AND UPDATES

 

Enhance your conference experience by volunteering!

Volunteer at Exchange 2.0 to earn a free QATA apron or cup. There are a range of jobs, large and small. One of the most important roles is QATA ambassador in workshops, which means introducing the presenter and assisting with solving any problems that arise by contacting the executive. We also need help with registration, setting up and pulling down, packing conference bags, photography on the day….

Register your interest with Jen Chaplin at jchaplin@chac.qld.edu.au

 

QATA LIFE MEMBERSHIP AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE TO VISUAL ART EDUCATION IN QLD

In 2018, the inaugural QATA Life Membership Award was presented to Les Hooper.

This award will be presented annually at the State Conference. The recipient will be recognised for his/her contribution to Visual Art Education in Queensland and receive life membership of QATA.

QATA members are encouraged to nominate potential recipients by addressing the following criteria in a maximum of 200 words.

CRITERIA:

  • The recipient will have made a significant contribution to the advocacy of Visual Art Education in Queensland.
  • The recipient will be a role model within the profession.

An individual need only be nominated once to be considered. The number of nominations received per nominee bears no weight in their selection.

 

Nominations can be emailed to the QATA committee qataexecutive@gmail.com or nominate through Eventbrite during registration.

 

**********************************************************************************************************

Program highlights:

Friday 19 July 
Session 1Keynote address by contemporary artist Abdul Abdullah
Panel discussion - implementing culturally appropriate indigenous protocols in Visual Art teaching
Session 2Curriculum Exchange. Options suitable for primary and secondary audiences
Session 3QCAA presentation to answer your frequently asked questions
Session 4Hands-on exchange:workshops to support curriculum implementation. Options suitable for primary and secondary audiences.
Post conferenceDrinks and networking
Saturday 20 July 
Session 1Trade Stalls
Practical workshops. Options suitable for primary and secondary audiences
Session 2Practical workshops. Options suitable for primary and secondary audiences.
Session 3Prize draws and Artwork Exchange

OPEN THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM

REGISTER NOW

**********************************************************************************************************

TICKET TYPE2019 PRICE
2 day Metropolitan member260
2 day Metropolitan non-member290
2 day Regional member200
2 day Regional non-member230
2 day Tertiary student200
Friday only Metropolitan member160
Friday only Metropolitan non-member190
Friday only Regional member120
Friday only Regional non-member150
Friday only Tertiary student110
Saturday only Metropolitan member160
Saturday only Metropolitan non-member190
Saturday only Regional member120
Saturday only Regional non-member150
Saturday only Tertiary student110
 

Workshop updates

Friday 19 July | Session 2 | 12.15-1.15pm
2A: Engaging in an authentic experience: The Dead Centre Project - stimulus for students and teachers.Sorry, capacity reached
2B: You’re terrible Muriel: how to build community connections beyond the mural.Space available
2C: P-6 Visual Art – Australian Curriculum Pecha KuchaSpace available
2D: Young artists: Inspiring Teachers to Inspire Student Success PechaKuchaSorry, capacity reached
2E: Public Art – engaging with communitiesSpace available
Friday 19 July | Session 4 | 2.45-5.15pm
4A: Abdul Abdullah - Portrait paintingSorry, capacity reached
4B: Christine Healey - Visual Thinking Strategies IntroductionSpace available
4C: Christina Papadimitriou & Cassie Harris - Workshop #1 Collaborative Wearable ArtSpace available
4D: Chris Bennie - Video Art as process in art room contextsSpace available
4E: Naomi O'Reilly - An introduction to creating Video ArtSorry, capacity reached
4F: Kim Ah Sam - Weaving workshopSpace available
4G: Lee Fullarton, Karen Hannay, Trish Honeywill - P-6 practical exchange workshopSpace available
4H: Simone Eisler - Transformative sculptureSorry, capacity reached
4I: Dr Renata Buziak - Botanica | Exploring the cyanotypeSorry, capacity reached
4J: Dr Luke Jaaniste - The Sound of Listening, The Space of SoundingSpace available
Saturday 20 July | Session 5 | 9.30am-12.00pm
5A: Abdul Abdullah - Portrait paintingSorry, capacity reached
5B: Christine Healey - Visual Thinking Strategies introductionSpace available
5C: Christina Papadimitriou and Cassie Harris - Wearable Art Workshop #2: Finishing TouchesSpace available
5D: Chris Bennie - Video art as process in art room contextsSpace available
5E: Naomi O’Reilly - An introduction to creating Video ArtSpace available
5F: Kim Ah Sam - Weaving WorkshopSpace available
5G: Naomi Blacklock - Sounding Body: Performative Sound in Contemporary Art PracticeSpace available
5H: Dr Glen Skien - Material Thinking | The Poetics of ProcessSorry, capacity reached
5I: Dr Daniel McKewen - Fast Video Art: Remix and AbstractionSpace available
5J: Ian Vogt and Andrew Peachey - From a Difficult Distance: creating rich, authentic experiences grounded in the localSorry, capacity reached
Saturday 20 July | Session 6 | 1:15 – 3:45pm
6A: Abdul Abdullah - Portrait paintingSorry, capacity reached
6B: Christine Healey - Visual Thinking StrategiesSpace available
6C: Christina Papadimitriou and Cassie Harris - Wearable Art Workshop #3: Top ShotSpace available
6D: Chris Bennie - Video art as process in art room contextsSpace available
6E: Naomi O’Reilly - An introduction to creating Video ArtSpace available
6F: Kim Ah Sam - Weaving workshopSpace available
6G: Naomi Blacklock - Sounding Body | Performative Sound in Contemporary Art PracticeSpace available
6H: Dr Glen Skien - Material Thinking: The Poetics of ProcessSorry, capacity reached
6I: Dr Charles Robb - Digital Objects: photogrammetrySorry, capacity reached
6J: Dr Venus Ganis & Maxine Conroy - The marks we make, the tools we use: as a stimulus for unconventional mark making and developing a body of workSorry, capacity reached

Please note: Non-member tickets include QATA membership for the remainder of 2019.

**********************************************************************************************************

Quest Kelvin Grove Apartment Hotel is offering QATA members discounted rates for conference accommodation on 19 and 20 July.

When making a booking inquiry please use the special discount code  “QATAQUEST”.

Contact details:

Quest Kelvin Grove Apartment Hotel
41 Ramsgate St, Kelvin Grove QLD 4059
Tel: 07 3308 4800  Fax: 07 3308 4899

 questkelvingrove@questapartments.com.au

Apartment Type
Nightly Rate

Studio Apartment

$149

One Bedroom Apartment

$169

Two Bedroom Apartment

$259

Two Bedroom Exec Apartment

$289

Three Bedroom Apartment

$365

REGISTER NOW