Play Respect

Connecting the West Symposium

The focus of this years symposium is new media and technology in contemporary art practice. How can schools offer students opportunities to engage in VR and 3d printing techniques and incorporate this into their curriculum. 

Sculpture at Scenic World invites Primary and Secondary teachers to come, explore and experiment with artists, curators and artworks for this very unique teachers symposium. Workshop presenters and panelists announced shortly. 

We encourage you to come. Play. Respect.

Objective of the Event: this event is designed to provide opportunities for regional teachers to gain new skills and to provide them an opportunity to attend a quality arts event within their local region.

When: Wednesday 19th April.

Where: Scenic World and Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, Katoomba, NSW

We’re working on the program to incorporate into the booking form, download the 2016 Booking Form here to see what we have done previously. Bookings will be available from March 2017. 

DOWNLOAD BOOKING FORM

 

GETTING TO SCENIC WORLD

There are a range of ways to get to Scenic World, for more information visit: www.scenicworld.com.au/plan-your-visit/getting-here/

If your group is hiring a private bus there is a bus parking zone and drop off point or bus parking outside the main building.

Location: Guided tours take place from Scenic World Main Building.

 

Dr Josh Wodak

Louis Pratt

Dr Josh Wodak

Nicole Welch 

Dr Josh Wodak

Dr Josh Wodak (Image credit: Matt Sullivan)

Tully Arnot

Tully Arnot (Image credit: Charles Dennington)