A variety of workshops and professional enrichment opportunities are available for teachers and community service professionals.
These opportunities include workshops with guest artists, exhibition previews and thematically-focused training and information sessions. These workshops help professionals in the education and community service sectors to make the most of what the Museum has to offer, and help to increase engagement with visual arts, sciences, humanities and cultural heritage.
In addition to workshops on offer for teachers, a limited number of specialist workshops in creative thinking and visual practice are available to children’s services, aged care, disability and community services polytechnic courses.
“We all found it very motivating and came back to school inspired to follow up many of the ideas...”
Carey Bourke, teacher, Mt Nelson Primary School
“Lots of the teachers who attended your workshops last week said that they were the best professional development they had ever attended”
Merryn Bolger, teacher, Cape Barren Island School
Educators’ master class with painter Philip Wolfhagen
A rare chance to join this renowned Tasmanian landscape artist for a hands-on workshop, in which he will share his painting techniques and inspirations. Part of AccessArt’s ever popular ‘Down and Dirty’ professional development program series. All educators welcome, no art experience necessary. Don’t miss out!
Day: Monday 18 November 2013
Cost: $10 per person, includes refreshments and materials (BYO apron)
Bookings essential, numbers strictly limited: TMAG.Bookings@tmag.tas.gov.au