Exclusive conference scholarship for United Workers Union members!
The Aboriginal Art Summit 2021!
Put your application in NOW to be in the running to WIN 1 of 100 full scholarships
to attend the 2021 Aboriginal Art Summit, in partnership with
The Aboriginal Collective and Dr. Red Ruby Scarlet!
Big Steps Professional Learning is offering up to 100 full scholarships for members to attend the 2021 Aboriginal Art Summit, in partnership with The Aboriginal Collective and Dr. Red Ruby Scarlet, Creative Director of MultiVerse.
This event is hosted and organised by The Aboriginal Early Childhood Collective and runs entirely online.
When and where will this program be held?
ONLINE, 21st June to the 9th July, 2021!
What does each scholarship include?
Access to all our presentations (over 20 hours)!
Access to The Aboriginal Art Summit Private Facebook Group!
Access to The Aboriginal Art Summit PDF Workbook which includes speaker notes, references, reflection questions and more.
Scholarships are only available to members of the United Workers Union.
More information will be provided to applicants and members once it becomes available.
Details of the event:
The Aboriginal Art Summit will explore visual, performing, digital and creative arts in the context of educational and community settings, with a phenomenal line-up of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous educators focused presenters.
The Aboriginal Art Summit will support you, encourage you, and drive you to continue to build your community connections, and will allow you to hear from Aboriginal artists about their everyday practices, community arts, and art projects.
These crucial presentations are designed for educators who are not sure about how to begin engaging with Aboriginal and Aboriginal artists in their programs, as well as inspiring content for experienced educators looking for a challenge to take their curriculum practices forward!
Dr. Red Ruby Scarlet, Creative Director, MultiVerse
Dr Red Ruby Scarlet is an activist, early childhood teacher-researcher, consultant, artist and academic. Red has been working in early childhood for over 25 years and is devoted to creative, imaginative, inclusive practices that promote dignity and integrity in early childhood. Red has developed curriculum and learning frameworks nationally and internationally. She has won numerous awards for her teaching and advocacy.
The Aboriginal Early Childhood Collective
The Aboriginal Early Childhood Collective is a collaboration between Jessica Staines, Director Koori Curriculum and Dr Red Ruby Scarlet Creative Director MultiVerse.
The Aboriginal Early Childhood Collective provides professional development and resourcing for the education and community services sector.