Useful links

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Marian Drew and Bruce ReynoldsCreative process in photography and printing[email protected]
Elana MullalyGouache Illustration[email protected]
Sarah BarronWilliam Robinson Gallery -Life DrawingPublic Programs Officer
QUT Art Museum & William Robinson Gallery
GPO Box 2434 Brisbane Q 4001 | 07 3138 1384 | 0422 132 172 | [email protected]
Daniel McKewenFast Video art- remix and abstraction[email protected]
Nancy BrownMono print with texture, text and layers[email protected] [email protected]
Impress Printmakers Studio and Gallery
Kedron subARTStation (formerly Kedron Tram Substation No 8)
134 Kedron Park Road, Wooloowin 4030
Helen StephensDead Puppet Society[email protected]
[email protected]
Jacqueline ScotcherPainting — Walking and Knowledge of place[email protected]
0427 808090
Follow: @jacquelinescotcher (instagram) @jacquelinescotcherartist (fb)
Materials and workshops
Conference presentation resource
Shannon GarsonSophisticated surfaces, form and ceramic[email protected]
Watch "Petrichor" : a short film following the making of Shannon' Garson's latest exhibition.
Pamela SeeContemporary application of papercutting[email protected]
Dr. Glen Skien (DVA, MVA)
Material Thinking: The Poetics of Process[email protected]
Workshop details
0427 850 782
Charles RobbDark Mirror Drawing[email protected]
QUT ePrints:,_Charles.html
QLD Arts Associations
Primary Arts Network (PAN)
Primary Arts Network Ipswich (PANI)
Peninsula Art Educators Association (PAEA)
Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM)
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair
Australian Curriculum: The Arts Version 9
Australian Curriculum: The Arts Version 8.4
Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority
Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA)
Australian Curriculum in Queensland (QCAA)
Implementation of the Australian Curriculum in Queensland
National Advocates for Arts Education (NAAE)NAAE advocates for arts education in schools, develops arts education policy, promotes quality teaching and learning in the arts, and works with government agencies, teachers, schools and tertiary institutions. As the recognised peak association in the arts learning area, the NAAE provides access to an extensive network of arts educators and artists, and represents the interests, concerns, values and priorities of arts educators across Australia.
Creating Our Future: Results Of The National Arts Participation Survey The National Arts Participation Survey asks how Australians are engaging with arts and creativity in our daily lives. How do Australians feel about arts and creativity? How is our arts engagement changing? Do we recognise the impacts of arts and creativity in our lives and communities? How do Australians feel about public funding for the arts?
Arts Education Partnership Dedicated to advancing the arts in education through research, policy and practice. This is a US site, but contains valuable sources and links to assist with Arts advocacy.
Arts Council (UK)This Arts Council England resource provides tips on talking to the public, the government and the media.
Kultour Kultour is a national organisation committed to advancing cultural diversity in the arts in Australia.
The Kennedy Centre The Kennedy Centre Arts Education Advocacy Toolkit is targeted to an American audience to promote the cause for arts education in schools. This resource offers detailed approaches to building coalitions and networks and directions to clarify the goals of advocacy campaigns.
Arts Access Australia Arts Access Australia offer Roadblock as an advocacy tool and exhibition. It's a resource for raising awareness on a range of community initiatives which matter to you.
We The Parents This blog offers some useful art education advocacy resources from the parent perspective, such as 51 BENEFITS OF ARTS EDUCATION FOR KIDS