|Date: Friday 4 December|
Time: 3pm - 6pm (including networking & refreshments)
Venue: Level 2 Seminar Room, 381 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley
The theme for M&GSQ’s final networking session is working with the school audience.
The event will feature:
Case studies on international initiatives:
• Les Hooper, Queensland Art Teachers Association: A report from a Cooper Hewitt Museum Fellow
• Olivia Robinson, State Library of Queensland: A report on School programming and Indigenous engagement from a Smithsonian Fellowship
Case study on cross curricula resources for primary and secondary school students:
• Jodi Ferrari, M&GSQ on M&GSQ’s touring exhibition program
Insights into the opportunities provided by the national curriculum:
• Kay Bishop, President of Queensland History Teachers Association
• David Milne, Queensland Museum
• Les Hooper, Queensland Art Teachers Association
• MA EDUCATION SIG membership and demonstration of MA NEXUS Ning
• Launch of M&GSQ’s E-tree: Education & Public Program staff
• Open floor for anyone who wants to spruik an initiative
Interested in meeting representatives from Queensland’s Art and History Teachers Associations and other museum, gallery or library staff involved in education and public program initiatives? Following the presentations and discussion, you are invited to network over refreshments.
Take the opportunity to share what's working for your organisation, the positive strategies that you have discovered and to bring along any burning questions you may have about education programs in galleries and museums.
RSVP required by 1 December to Kerri Laidlaw, Training & Professional Development Coordinator, Museum & Gallery Services Queensland.