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Professional Development

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Our Professional Development programs are based upon the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and delivered by contemporary artists and experienced educators.

Additional opportunities for teachers will become available throughout the year. To stay up to date with the latest offers, subscribe to our Education eNews here.

HOTA Gallery Art Day Out
Sat 4 Dec 2021

Join the Queensland Art Teacher’s Association Gold Coast cluster and HOTA Gallery Education Coordinator Renae Belton, for an Art Day Out for teachers at HOTA Gallery.

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Cross-Curriculum Priorities: Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Histories And Cultures
Sat 12 Mar 2022, 9am-4.30pm

Develop knowledge, understanding and practice relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures in the classrooms of today. Lunch and CPD certificates will be provided.

Tickets $85, Conc. $70, Pre-service Teachers $60. Registrations and tax invoices for this event will be generated upon submission of the Professional Development Registration Form.

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Jane Eyre Masterclass: Australian Gothic Theatre and Staging Classics – The Shake & Stir Style
Fri 21 Oct 2022, 4-6pm

Renowned for their memorable adaptations, Shake & Stir share practical skills and knowledge into the staging of classics and celebrating and exploring the elements of Gothic Theatre.

This is a free event.

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Creativity for Learning: The Visual Art Senior Syllabus
Sat 22 Oct 2022, 9am-4.30pm

Join HOTA Gallery educators and curators, the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority and artists in this session created especially for Queensland teachers. Lunch and CPD certificates will be provided.

Tickets $85, Conc. $70, Pre-service Teachers $60. Registrations and tax invoices for this event will be generated upon submission of the Professional Development Registration Form.

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Romeo and Juliet: Stand Up for Shakespeare
Tue 6 Aug, 1.30-3.30pm

Methods for bringing Shakespeare to life in the classroom led by Sport for Jove actors and directors.

This is a free event.

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Queensland Ballet: Translating Onstage to Classroom Learning
Sat 12 Nov, 1.30-3.30pm

Available on the same day as our presentation of Queensland Ballet’s Moonlight Ballet double bill on the Outdoor Stage, this workshops offers and understanding choreographic process and fostering a creative mindset, tailored to early years, primary and secondary teachers.

This is a free event.

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Life Drawing
Monthly

With Professional Development certificates available upon request, Life Drawing is your chance for both inspiration and new skills in these monthly two-and-a-half-hour sessions that combine live music and drawing.

Tickets $30

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Image Credits:

Cross-Curriculum Priorities: Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Histories And Cultures. Image Credit: Ryan Presley (b.1987), Blood Money – Infinite Dollar Note – Dundalli Commemorative, 2017, watercolour on Arches paper, paper 102.5 x 152cm, frame 126 x 187xm, documented by Carl Warner. Image courtesy the artist.

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