AEV is the leading professional association that supports and represents visual arts based educators and the discipline across Victoria.

 

We foster and enrich learning and teaching experiences through the visual arts by providing resources, advocating on policy, curriculum, and programs, and providing opportunities for partnerships and relationships within the arts community.  AEV aims to promote and support high quality visual arts education as an essential component of a balanced curriculum for all students at all years of schooling in Victoria.

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Upcoming AEV PD + Events

Years 7 - VCE: iPad for Photography (3 part series)

Tuesday 19 May/Tuesday 2 June/Tuesday 16 June

All sessions hosted at Melbourne High School

 

Special VCE Program:

Exam Prep + Moderation + Revised Study Designs

Friday 12 June, 9am - 3.30pm

Wangaratta High School

 

AEV Masterclass Series:

Intermediate linocut printing using the V-board

Monday 24 August, 1pm-4pm

150 Palmerstion St, Carlton

 

2015 Art + Studio Arts Student Exam Preparation

Saturday 29 August, 9am - 4pm

The Dax Centre @ the University Melbourne

 

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Celebrate the Montsalvat 2015 Nullimbik Prize

Sunday 7 June, 3.30pm

Montsalvat, 7 Hillcrest Ave Eltham

Gasbag at Gasworks

Sunday 28 June, 3.30pm

21 Graham St, Melbourne 3000

C3 exhibition - Abbotsford Convent

Sunday 19 July. 3.30pm

1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford 3067

Primary Arts Network Meeting

AEV is pleased to be supporting the Bell Biennale. 

A Primary Arts Network Meeting will be held in

conjunction with the Bell Biennale.

Meeting from 4.30pm-5.30pm with presentation from Biennale

Coordinator Chelsea Kneale about how it was organised.

Click here to RSVP

 

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Update from VCAA

 

Art:

VCE School-assessed Task (February/March 2015)

How to apply the assessment criteria

and descriptors in the 10-point scale.

Studio Arts: 

VCE School-assessed Task (February/March 2015) 

Key dates, how to apply the assessment

criteria and descriptors in the 10-point scale.