How To: Implement Authentic Art Experiences

18jul3:30 pm4:45 pmHow To: Implement Authentic Art ExperiencesWebinar for Teachers & Educators


(Thursday) 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time


Your computer

Event Details

What constitutes authenticity in art experiences, and how can you cultivate it in teaching and learning contexts? Dr Louise Phillips explores this question, framing her discussion with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and its’ imperative for children to participate fully in cultural and artistic life.

Hear about examples of learning from artists’ experiences, and in the context of exploring art skills and techniques. As well as profiling case studies of community-connected art experiences, this presentation provides a range of useful resources about the principles and practices that enable children as artists.


Book Now


Additional Information

Dr Louise Phillips teaches arts, early years and literacy education in the School of Education at The University of Queensland. Louise’s career spans theatre in education, early childhood education, storytelling, environmental education, children’s rights and citizenship research, and arts based research methodologies. She is particularly interested in story as theory and method.