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The Tasmanian Art Teachers' Association provides art education advice, information and assistance to members. TATA advocates for the Visual Art education sector in relation to policy and curriculum development to build social capital through quality art education.



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Tasmanian Art Teachers Association

Artwork by Piper Newman
(Grade 10 Riverside High School)

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TATA serves members who are specialist art teachers; educators who teach art; student art teachers and professionals engaged in art education.

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February 17th, 9:31 am

Tasmanian Art Teachers - TATA

Art teachers you have until 1 April (no jokes) to support your students to enter this competition. Click on the link in the TMAG post to read the flyer.ATTENTION TEACHERS! Have your school be part of the 2019 TMAG Children's Festival by creating a banner artwork with your school group.

This year's Festival theme is 'EarthTime!'.

Banners are limited to one per school and will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so be quick!

To apply for a banner and for more information, download the form: bit.ly/CFBanners and send it back to TMAG soon!

The banners will be displayed along Macquarie Street and Dunn Place from Friday, 12 to Wednesday, 17 April so be sure to check them out! We can't wait!

ūüď∑ 2018 TMAG Children's Festival School Artwork Banners
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February 17th, 12:02 am

Tasmanian Art Teachers - TATA

Tasmanian Art Teachers here is an opportunity for your students. Please share across your networks. There is time to build this concept into your planning. ... See MoreSee Less

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NEW Teaching Resource: On Albatross Island

On Albatross Island drawings by Richard Wastell

Check out the "On Albatross Island" exhibition. This online gallery has been developed to accompany the On Albatross Island Education Kit.

The On Albatross Island Education Kit has been developed by art education specialists from the Tasmanian Art Teachers Association (TATA) in collaboration with Art Education Australia (AEA), and consultation with a range of education and cultural community and Arts industry stakeholders.

Professional Learning at MONA + Hadley's Art Prize RESOURCE 

Art Teachers from all over Tasmania participated in the MONA Professional Learning event in March 2018. Participants indulged in complex discussions about the current and future states of Arts Education in Tasmania and viewed exciting resources, such as: The Hadley's Art Prize Education Kit.

"Aligned with the Australian Curriculum, it has been developed by art education specialists in partnership with the Hadley’s Art Prize curator, and is endorsed by Art Education Australia, the peak national professional association that supports and promotes art education at all levels within Australia. Schools groups are encouraged to use the Education Kit and visit the finalists’ exhibition." - Hadley's Art Prize

Keep an eye out for more PL opportunities via our website and Facebook page.

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