Where & When
Wednesday 14 September
10am – 11am (AEST)
FREE online event – bookings essential
If you had booked for the session originally scheduled for Wed 23 March, you will automatically receive a confirmation email with a link to access the new session.
Alise Hardy | Education Coordinator | National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA)
Alise Hardy is a visual art educator and artist, with more than a decade of experience working across the education and arts sectors as both a teacher and arts worker. Alise has previously worked for the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) as Teen Programs Officer and more recently as an Educator and Artist Facilitator. Alise has also taught Visual Arts, Literacy and English in schools in Adelaide and London; been artist-in-residence at DreamBIG Festival in 2017 and presented an exhibition of young people’s work at Artspace Gallery; facilitated visual art workshops for Carclew and WOMADelaide; written for AGSA Magazine; co-created six youth-led public murals in South Australia; and won the South Australian Living Artist Festival (SALA) Emerging Artist Award in 2015. Alise is based on Kaurna Country in SA.
This event will be Auslan interpreted and have live closed captioning.
If you have access requirements, please advise us when registering. We may need 72 hours notice to accommodate your requirements. Please take this into account when registering.
For more information or to specify any access requirements to participate in this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our ATAG Online will be using the Zoom online conferencing platform. We’ll email you the Zoom link the day before the event. All you have to do is click on the link, follow the prompts and you’ll be part of the event.
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Image Description: A headshot of speaker Alise Hardy. She has short dark hair and is wearing glasses and a dark shirt with white polka dots. Photo credit: David Russell.