ENVi: A special interest group for school and community engagement professionals working in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums in Victoria, Australia.

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Teaching Tough Topics

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A co-presentation between AMaGA and ENVi.

Date:Wednesday, 14 April 2021
Time:3 to 4pm AEST
Venue:Registered attendees will receive a Zoom link via email prior to the event
Tickets:AMaGA Members $20 – Non-members $40
Book your ticket today

Join the Education Network Victoria (ENVi) and a panel of professionals, for a webinar on how education and programming staff have developed their capacity to provide sustainable solutions to sharing difficult histories and themes. 

In this webinar, learn pedagogical strategies and frameworks that support the creation of safe spaces in which museums and galleries can communicate complex and uncomfortable ideas to students and the public in empathetic and compassionate ways.  

Panel to be announced. 

We hope you can join us.

One thought on “Teaching Tough Topics

  1. Hello,
    Can I please register for this?
    I can’t access the member pricing when I sign into my account for some reason?
    Can you please issue me an invoice that I can pay online?
    With thanks and best wishes,

    Luci Marcuzzo
    Gallery Programs Officer
    T 03 5018 8327 M 0439 428 369
    E luci.marcuzzo@mildura.vic.gov.au
    Mildura Arts Centre
    PO Box 105, Mildura, Victoria 3502

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