ATOM Queensland members: We want your help! As you know, the Australian Teachers Of Media (QLD Branch) are dedicated to connecting together media teachers in Queensland together as a group, to our national colleagues, to industry and relevant professional development. To better achieve this ATOM
The National Advocates for Arts Education (NAAE) welcomes the endorsement of The Australian Curriculum: The Arts by the Australian Education Council, and the release this week of the updated Australian Curriculum website (version 8.0). NAAE_statement_Oct2015-FINAL
Online Participation The live stream (and watch later) link is: https://youtu.be/Dvo3JvGHa_A You will also be able to ask questions via Twitter during the event. Please use the hashtag #QAAEforum. You might like to include the handles for respective Arts organisations:
A reminder to register for the QAAE Implementing The Arts Forum . The Queensland professional associations for arts educators are proud to announce: Implementing the Australian Curriculum: The Arts, a Twilight Forum organised by the Queensland Advocates for Arts Education (QAAE). When: Wednesday 14
BUFTA 2015 Entries close Wednesday, October 7! Have you encouraged your Year 11 and 12 Students to enter a short film for their chance to win a full tuition scholarship to study Film and Television at Bond University? Each entry is submitted against one of the following six categories: •
Our Dendy event for "Oddball" has unfortunately had to be cancelled due to numbers.
5 days to go until the special screening of "Oddball" at the Dendy Portside, buy your tickets on eventbrite and bring the family for a fun day!
Entries for Young(er) at Heart competition for years 7-12 close 18 September, 2015 Films can be between three to seven minutes in length, and made from Jan 2014. May include assessment pieces, foreign language films (with subtitles), documentaries or their own creative masterpiece Early bird