Schools are invited to upload student dance, music, drama and visual arts works and activities that have been undertaken by individuals, groups or classes throughout the year.
Show off your students creativity and enjoyment as they explore the theme of ‘Found Objects’.
Applications close in Week 5, Term 3.
If you are having trouble uploading your images, videos and/or sound files you can also email these to firstname.lastname@example.org as an attachment once you have completed the submission form.
We are hoping lots of students, classes and schools get involved and we look forward to sharing the amazing opportunities and work being done by students with disability.
If you are looking for inspiration, why not try one of our Creative Classes or Art Bites. The links for these can be found at the bottom of this page and you will find lots of explicit teaching instructions, examples and ideas that you can share with your students. Don’t forget to look in the teacher tab for the lesson outcomes and links to the creative arts curriculum. Every art form is covered and many lessons explore all art forms so that a project based learning program can be explored.
The Connections Program provides a range of inclusive teaching, learning and performance opportunities in dance, visual arts, music and drama.
Throughout the year we will be offering arts projects and programs that invite students and their teachers to create their own works based on a central theme. Schools and students will then be invited to showcase their work.
The 2021 theme is ‘Found Objects’.
This program is open to all students with disability and their teachers.
To keep up to date with what is on offer in 2021 please complete the registration form on The Arts Unit website.
Arts Initiatives and Events Officer
Arts Initiatives Advisor
Principal, Chalmers Road Public School
Are you looking for some fun and accessible creative arts lessons for students with a range of disability in your classroom? Well look no further, we have you covered. The following Art Bites and Creative Classes developed by The Arts Unit are perfect for teachers and carers to give wonderful creative learning opportunities for students from all age ranges and abilities. We are adding to these resources all the time so save this link and watch this space.
We would love to see any student work produced, filmed or photographed, and you can send it through to email@example.com with your name, your student’s name and school.
If you have any suggestions for other classes or topics to be developed you can also drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.