Whitecliffe Faculty and MFA Graduates to Present at Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators (ANZAAE) 15-17 July

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Whitecliffe Faculty and MFA Graduates to Present at Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators (ANZAAE) 15-17 July

Whitecliffe faculty and MFA graduates will present on a range of arts education topics at the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators (ANZAAE) Conference hosted by Auckland University of Technology (AUT). The conference will include both international and national speakers and follows the key themes of connections, culture and creativity. Whitecliffe faculty and MFA graduates will present on the following arts education subjects:

Senior Lecturer Matt Ellwood:

From school student to creative citizen: Managing the transition from NCEA to art school

MFA graduate Mike Porter:

Digital culture in the 21st century classroom: harnessing game technology to engage students in cross-curricular projects

HOD Fine Arts Noel Ivanoff:

Are we in strife? The role of the MFA in the 21st century art school

HOD Graphic Design Sonya Lacey:

Not your name: Art schools and online anonymity

Foundation Programme Leader Lynnemaree Patterson:

Becoming part of the solution: Bringing art education and ecological responsibility together

MFA graduate Aurelia Irene Zatta:

Creatively redressing experiences of relocation and dislocation

MFA graduates Esther Hansen and Vicky Moore Allen:

Scaffolding Drawing activities to develop thinking in junior and senior programmes

For more information about the conference, please visit the ANZAAE website.

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