||Teaching and Assessing the Creative Process
4 x 1 hour sessions
1. 10 to 11:30 Learning to look. Education Officer Kylie Neagle will showcase strategies teachers can use during a gallery visit or in the classroom.
2. 11:30 to 12:30 Idea Development and Visual Thinking Processes with Julia Robinson, Artist and Lecturer at Adelaide Central School of Art https://julia-robinson.net/
12:30 to 1:15 Lunch
3. 1:15 to 2:15 Divergent Thinking through Arts Practice. Explore idea development and visual thinking processes with Luke Thurgate, artist and lecturer at Adelaide Central School of Art.
4. 2:30 to 3:30 Assessment for teaching. Explore assessment strategies for informing teaching practice and encouraging creative development with Robyn Carmody. Robyn is experienced in using evidence based practices and criterion referenced frameworks to monitor and assess.
Sessions are framed around the Australian Curriculum achievement standards for Visual Arts, and the critical and creative thinking and personal and social capabilities.
||Cost: $40.00 Members, $85.00 Non-Members.
||VAESA are also holding another workshop on the 16th April titled: "Street Art and Aerosol Painting with James Dodd" A workshop based on aerosol stencil processes and general street art practices. Participants will have a chance to learn new techniques, or hone their existing skills, as they develop a more thorough understanding of street art subculture. There will also be extended discussions of ways to approach mural outcomes with groups of students and/or artists.