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Primary Arts Network has hosted the following conferences and other events.

Term 4 Workshops - Popular Culture - Now

Popular Culture NOW!        

 Anime-style Self-portrait       REGISTER HERE

The Japanese animation and illustration styles known as Anime and Manga, are incredibly popular with many young teens. This hands-on workshop shows how you can make a painted self-portrait incorporating aspects of Anime style – a project that will be a hit with your class.

Graffiti Names Workshop

BREAKING DOWN THE BORDER BETWEEN ART AND SCIENCE

Breaking Down the Border Between Art and Science

A practical STEAM workshop with a focus on Science and the Arts.

SCIENCE

Participants will learn basic strategies to create movement and how to make an object come alive.

2016 Term 4 Workshop

Different ways of looking at and creating animals in art:   Up close, Walk around them,  Wear them, Observe them 

$30 (includes delicious afternoon tea)

When: Thursday October 27th  4.00 - 5.30pm

Enquiries: primary.arts.network.brisbane@gmail.com

2016 Term 3 Twilight Conference

Year 2 Diorama

Twilight Conference - 8th September, 2016

4.00 pm - 6.30 pm

2 hours Professional Development - Certificate referring to standards provided

Cost -   Teachers- $60     or   Tertiary Students - $50 

Please provide a minimum of 48 hours notice for cancellations to avoid being invoiced.

Afternoon Tea provided

FOR SALE at the Conference:   Aprons - $15     DVDs of Visual Arts Workshops - $20

 

 

 

2015 Term 3 Twilight Conference

PAN Twilight Conference Term 3 2015

Cost: $60 per person ($50 tertiary students) includes workshops and delicious afternoon tea

Receive 1 FREE registration when your school registers 10 participants

Thursday 3rd September, 2015

Anglican Church Grammar Preparatory School

Oaklands Parade, East Brisbane.

REGISTRATIONS OPEN

4.00 - 5.00: Workshop 1

5.00 - 5.30: Refreshments/Networking

5.30 - 6.30: Workshop 2

 

Dance and Movement PD

Have you been asked to teach dance and are unsure where to begin?

Do you want to make more creative connections between music and movement in your classroom?

Do you want to gain greater confidence in your own movement and dance skills?

‘Dance and Movement in Education' 

 

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