Art Education Australia

           

Diversity through Art - 34th InSEA World Congress - Melbourne, Australia, July 7-11, 2014

Registrations are OPEN

Early Bird Registration is open until 7 April

Homestays 

Here's an opportunity to meet art educators from around the world!

Host a delegate in your home for the duration of the InSEA Congress. Encourage friends or relatives with a spare room to host a delegate.

Register your interest here.

Meet new people, develop connections and networks with international professionals attending the Congress and show Australian culture and hospitality. 

View the E-Newsletter for InSEA 2014 here.

In this issue:

Welcome

Save the Dates

Expression of Interest

Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities

Venue

Contact Us

The Congress, "Diversity through Art", will be held in Melbourne, Australia from July 7 to July 11, 2014. 

Register now for more congress information at www.insea2014.com

Creative Australia - the National Cultural Policy

The National Advocates for Arts Education (NAAE) welcomes Creative Australia, and particularly its focus on a ‘National Arts and Culture Accord’ and ‘A Universal Arts Education for Lifelong Learning and to drive Creativity and Innovation’. 

Read the NAAE response here!

AEA Response to the draft Australian Curriculum: The Arts: Foundation to Year 10

Read Art Education Australia's Response to the draft Australian Curriculum: The Arts: Foundation to Year 10.

Appointment of Research Director & Assistant Research Director

Art Education Australia (AEA), the national peak body for visual arts education and educators is delighted to announce the appointment of Rachel Mason, Professor in Art Education, at the University of Roehampton, UK., to the position of Research Director, Art Education Australia and Linda Knight, Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education, QUT, as Assistant Research Director.

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Advocacy White Papers for Art Education

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“Advocacy White Papers for Art Education” are a collection of 14 essays written in response to the NAEA report, Learning in a Visual Age: The Critical Importance of Visual Arts Education. These essays communicate the value of visual arts education in a constantly changing educational environment and demonstrate why visual arts education is important for meeting each student’s educational needs. We urge you to share the White Papers for Art Education with colleagues, policy makers, supervisors and administrators, preservice art educators, and parents.

Visit http://www.arteducators.org/advocacy/whitepapers to download the essays.