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May 2022

Collaborative Planning Day for Visual Arts Teachers

24 May @ 8:15 am - 4:00 pm
33 Packard Ave, Durack NT 0830, 33 Packard Ave, Durack NT 0830 NT 0830 Australia + Google Map

Come and join Korin Lesh and Lucy Found from The Art Educators of the NT (AENT) to collaboratively plan a Visual Arts Unit/s to use in your classroom. We will connect with experts such as Kyle Neagle from The Art Gallery of South Australia and Robyn Carmody, ACARA Arts Curriculum Specialist. You will also have time to plan and document a Visual Arts learning sequence for your classroom. Any teacher engaged with the Visual Arts curriculum is welcome to join…

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April 2022

Silverpoint on Gouache with Alison Worsnop

13 April @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Darwin Visual Arts Association, Ground Floor, Harbour View Plaza, 1/8 McMinn Street
Darwin, NT 0800 Australia

A metal stylus – of Silver, Copper or even Lead – was used for drawing by Renaissance masters such as Albrecht Dürer and Raphael before the invention of the graphite pencil. In this workshop we will experiment with different metals on painted grounds to create our own small Renaissance masterpieces and delicate contemporary drawings with references to natural found objects. Materials are included in the course fee. Wednesday 13 April time: 9am—1pm Darwin Visual Arts Harbour View Plaza (Corner McMinn…

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AENT 2022 Members’ Exhibition ‘Nurture’

8 April @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Darwin Visual Arts Association, Ground Floor, Harbour View Plaza, 1/8 McMinn Street
Darwin, NT 0800 Australia
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October 2021

AENT spots available at the CDU Gallery Drawing Session: ‘Contemporary drawing processes for school teachers with Winsome Jobling’

20 October, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
CDU Gallery, Charles Darwin University, Building Orange 12.1.02 Casuarina campus NT 0810 Australia

This workshop offers teachers practical activities that explore media and experimentation designed to engage students and develop their confidence and expand their ideas of observation and drawing. Contemporary drawing practice can be a good starting point to develop students’ creativity, drawing skills and confidence without the pressure of a photographic likeness. Contemporary drawing processes encourage the exploration of media, concepts, and materiality as artists incorporate processes such as burning, cutting, scratching, sticking, writing and sewing, and using unusual materials from…

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Weave in Circle with Arnhem Land Weavers

5 October, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 4:30 pm
Lyons Community Centre (25 Damabila Dr, Lyons NT 0810)

Learn from Indigenous elders how to use plants for dye as well as to prepare materials for basket weaving, before you relax together and weave a basket under their watchful eyes. - Learn to prepare dyes and fibre - Learn to weave with pandanus fibre -Sharing circle The space will be held gently by René Bahloo, bringing with her a wealth of life experience walking alongside Indigenous Australian as well as African elders and healers. René is a weaver of…

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May 2021

‘Recovery’ Exhibition 2021

14 May, 2021 - 29 May, 2021
Darwin Visual Arts Association, Ground Floor, Harbour View Plaza, 1/8 McMinn Street
Darwin, NT 0800 Australia

Recovery An exhibition celebrating the return of the Art Educators after a COVID year off Join us at Darwin Visual Arts (DVA) for opening night, including live entertainment by our favourite party band, Jigsaw Collective. Opening Night: Friday, 14th May at 6pm, 2021 Ground Floor, Harbour View Plaza 1/8 McMinn Street, Darwin (08) 8981 9351 Showing May 14 - May 29 Gallery Hours: Thursday - Friday 10.00am - 5.00pm Saturday - 10.00am - 2.00pm https://www.darwinvisualarts.com.au/art-educators-recovery

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April 2021

Botanical Studies in Mixed Media – 2 day workshop with Jasmine Jan

10 April, 2021 - 11 April, 2021
Jasmine Jan’s Studio, 75 Herring Road
Lambells Lagoon, NT Australia

Botanical artworks using mixed media, watercolour, coloured pencil and graphite pencil. In this 2 day workshop participants will be introduced to working on botanical subject matter and using a combination of mediums. Day 1 participants will cover a series of mark making techniques in watercolour, coloured pencil and graphite to learn how to lay down a base colour and then add detail with coloured pencil and graphite. Day 2 participants will then focus on a series of small botanical studies…

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March 2021

AENT AGM & Regeneration Themed Paint Party with Mandy Rains (from Bush Chook Designs)

28 March, 2021 @ 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Darwin Railway Club, 17 Somerville Gardens, Parap
Darwin, NT 0820 Australia

Come and join the Art Educators of the NT for their annual AGM followed by a fun and therapeutic painting session. Where: Railway Club When: Sunday, 28th March 2021 Time: AGM 2.30pm … followed by Mandy’s Paint Party 3-5pm Title of painting: Regeneration Paint Party Description: This 2 hour paint party is aimed at creating art works for our upcoming annual exhibition entitled: Recovery, a theme chosen to help process/reflect upon the impacts and opportunities that COVID19 presented to, and…

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Namuru: Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Practice for Teachers

24 March, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Online – link to be emailed to participants

A foundation for the development of learning experiences in response to the exhibition John Mawurndjul: I am the old and the new Online workshop for AENT members by the Artist Educator from the  MCA in conjunction with CDU Gallery . About Namuru: Namuru means ‘path’ or ‘compass’ in the language of the Gadigal people, the traditional owners of the land and waters that the Mueum of Contemporary Art (MCA) is situated upon. Developed by the MCA’s Coordinator of Aboriginal and…

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December 2020

AENT 2020 Post Card Initiative

31 December, 2020 @ 8:00 am

Dear AENT member current, past & future At this time we are unsure of what our annual exhibition may look like for 2020 and if it will happen at all. In lieu of this we invite you to be involved in a Post Card initiative designed to draw us together in a time that we are unable to. We will be providing all interested parties 2 stamped blank water colour post cards for you to create an artwork on, any…

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