This publication provides a step-by-step guide that navigates the complexities of embarking on community arts projects. Making Art with Communities provides expert, practical advice for artists and communities who aspire to establish projects in their local area.
Australian Teachers of Dancing (ATOD) deliver innovative and quality training systems and services which provide opportunities for dance teachers and the community to nurture and achieve their full artistic potential.
The National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) is dedicated to the promotion and advancement of innovative dance education, providing educators with a network of resources and support, and access to programs that focus on the importance of dance in student experience and development.
With the aspiration to promote art and culture in education by providing digital content for arts practitioners and arts education, Art Films provides thousands of films that entertain, educate and inform.
Drama Australia represents drama teachers, academics, applied theatre workers and theatre in education practitioners at national arts and curriculum forums and in national and international peak associations.
The Australian Teachers of Media Victoria is a professional organisation that runs professional development, provides resources and organises screenings of features films and documentaries for teachers.
The Media Education Foundation produces and distributes documentary films and other educational resources to promote critical thinking about the social, political, and cultural impact of the mass media.
MediaSmarts is a Canadian not-for-profit charitable organization which promotes digital and media literacy. It provides lesson plans which encourage the development of the critical thinking skills required to engage with media.
aMuse organises professional development programs for primary, secondary and instrumental music teachers, organises student performance activities including master classes and festivals, and can provide independent advice on curriculum matters.
The Australian Music Centre offers teachers a range of support and resources to engage students. AMC aims to increase the profile and sustainability of the sector and to facilitate the performance, awareness and appreciation of Australian music within and beyond the classroom.
Music Education collates lesson plans and valuable resources for improved teaching and has been specifically created for music teachers in Australian schools to assist in the the delivery of innovative music education to primary and secondary students.
Arts Victoria has produced a list of 63 organisations that foster professional development and provide teaching resources which include education kits, workshops and digital technologies aligned with the VCE and AusVELS.
Arts: Live includes extensive cross-curricular content, with sequential instructions to teachers of the arts by providing access to an interactive web application to facilitate collaboration and innovation across all five art forms within the classroom.