VAESA: Annual Conference 2019
August 2 @ 9:30 am - 8:00 pm$180 – $230
Unity in Art and Design
Unity in Art and Design describes the coming together of elements to create a sense of cohesion merging form and meaning.
As Visual Art and Design Educators we come together at our conference each year to celebrate all that unifies us as educators. These two days are an opportunity to focus on what we all have in common, what drives us and gives us joy, and to unify us in strength and purpose to ensure we provide the best for our students.
We invite you this year to participate in a very exciting line up of speakers, tours and workshops on the theme of Unity in Visual Art and Design Education.
All Friday participants will receive a show bag with a range of gifts from our sponsors Eckersley and Premier Art Supplies valued at over $25, including a set of the very popular Curiosity Cards from AGSA.
- Keynote: Rhana Devenport – Director Art Gallery of South Australia
- Q & A with Paul Vasileff of label Paolo Sebastian
- Artist Talk with Sera Waters, finalist in the Ramsay Art Prize
- Guided Tours of AGSA current exhibitions including Ramsay Art Prize and William Kentridge
- Guided Tour of ArtLab
- Interactive gallery activities including using the curiosity cards and drawing in the gallery
- A West End experience including guided tours of MOD; the Jam Factory; UniSA art studios and Samstag Museum
- Friday evening Members Exhibition at UniSA Dorritt Black Building from 6pm to 8pm.
- Full day practical workshops with practicing artists and lecturers from UniSA including Contemporary Textiles, Expanded Painting, 3D printing, Printmaking and slip casting.
- Half Day practical workshops with practicing artists and lecturers from both UniSA and Adelaide Central School of Art including Drawing, Contemporary Sculpture, Digital Drawing, Animation with Apple Suite.
- This event is proudly supported by our very generous sponsors, Art Gallery of South Australia, University of South Australia, Eckersley Art Supplies, Premier Art Supplies, and Adelaide Central School of Art.
More information about each workshop and artist biographies can be found on the VAESA website.