Anna Stewart Program helps women members achieve their goalsJune 29, 2021
The two-week Anna Stewart Program surpassed my expectations.
Member awarded for Indigenous excellenceJune 05, 2021
“The power of education is immeasurable; it is what we do with this power that changes lives. This is why I do what I do,” said Federation member Kayla White, who has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education with the 2020 Arthur Hamilton Award.
Years 7 and 8 audiences sought to critique playwrights’ worksMay 12, 2021
Teachers of English, History Depth Studies and Drama may be interested in this free and highly participatory experience for their years 7 and 8 students, which will combine theatre and democracy online and in the Riverside Theatres, Parramatta.
‘Union mob’ speaks up for First Nations voiceMarch 24, 2021
As the deadline looms for submissions to the Government's proposed framework for a First Nations voice, Federation joined Indigenous unionists from around the country in Canberra for one of the largest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander delegations to Parliament House.
All aboard, ARTEXPRESS is coming to townMarch 20, 2021
Outstanding student artworks created for the 2020 HSC examination in Visual Arts will feature in a series of dynamic exhibitions across the state this year.
From the Heart Week of ActionJanuary 27, 2021
We are at a critical time in our history and YOU can make a difference. Join us in a Week of Action for the next step in the journey of recognition for Australian First Nations peoples in a voice on constitutional change.
Spectacle of public education talentNovember 24, 2020
“The diversity of our students is one of our many strengths and our Public Schools Arts Festival showcases this wonderful diversity and creativity,” Inner City Teachers Association Secretary John Gauci said.
Art teachers draw inspiration in crisisAugust 29, 2020
As classes shifted online in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, visual arts teachers faced additional challenges in the pursuit of curriculum continuity for their students.
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