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In a message dated 6/24/99 6:32:45 PM Eastern Daylight Time, TAH1916 writes:

<< The InSEA 30th World Congress is proudly hosted by the national peak
industry body of visual art educators, the Australian Institute of Art
Education (AIAE).

THEMES
The principal theme of the congress is Cultures and Transitions with the
Congress sub-themes recognising the UNESCO goals of education, as published
in the 1996 UNESCO report Learning:The Treasure Within.

Learning to know/Learning to do/Learning to live together/Learning to be -
the sub themes reflect the aim of this Congress. The diversity of the arts
will highlight approaches to art education which are more inclusive,
interactive, collaborative and interdisciplinary. It is anticipated that a
diverse range of cultures and countries will be represented across the
congress keynote addresses, presentations, workshops and performances.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Ellen Dissanayake, Canada
Mary Kalantzis, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
John Steers, Herefordshire College of Art and Design, United Kingdom
Sergei Katin, Childrenis Academy of Art, Russia
Teweiariko Teaero, University of the South Pacific, Fiji
Fiona Foley, Australia

DINNER SPEAKER
Peter Swannell, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

EXHIBITIONS
InSEA International Exhibition of Childrenis Art
AIAE Australian Exhibition of Childrenis Art
The Education Queensland Ministeris Awards for Excellence in Art Education
Frances Durham Collection of Childrenis Art

FIELD WORK PROGRAM
A Fieldwork Program is offered to delegates in the week prior to the
Congress from the 13-17 September. This is the final week of term for State
schools and interested delegates will have the opportunity to visit and work
in schools in a variety of settings in urban and regional centres as well as
to meet and exchange ideas with teachers at all levels from pre-school to
tertiary. Delegates with an interest in collaborative or culturally diverse
projects in a variety of arts education and community arts settings will also
be catered for in the program. In some cases travel and other expenses may be
subsidised by host schools however details must be negotiated with host
schools in advance. For further information contact the InSEA Development
Officer for Education Queensland, Les Hooper. (Leslie.Hooper.au)

CONGRESS HIGHLIGHTS
Tuesday 21 September 1999
Welcome Reception, Queensland Art Gallery
6.30pm n 8.30pm
Sponsored by Binney & Smith
(Cost is included in fulltime registration fee)

Wednesday 22 September 1999
Opening Ceremony, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
8.30am n 11.00am
(Included in registration fee)

Thursday 23 September 1999
The Tempest, Queensland Performing Arts Centre
7.30pm n 11.00pm
Tickets: $29 performance and workshop

Friday 24 September 1999
Congress Dinner, Sheraton Brisbane Hotel & Towers
7.30pm for 8.00pm
Tickets are: $70 includes three course dinner and beverages.

TRAVEL
International
Air New Zealand has been appointed as the Official Congress International
Airline. To arrange your discounted flights, please contact the agents
below. Please quote 30th InSEA World Congress when making your reservation.

United States
NZ Travel Inc
118 South Bellevue Avenue
Langborne PA 19047 USA
Toll free number n 1 (800) 367 5494
Tel: (215) 741 5155
Fax: (215) 741 5156
Email: NZTravel
Contact: Eric McFerran
UK/Europe
The Australia & New Zealand Travel Centre
57 Fore Street Kingsbridge
Devon TQ7 1PG UK
Tel: (01548) 852 547
Fax: (01548) 857 537
Email: alanskinnertravel
Contact: John Spry

DOMESTIC
We are pleased to announce that Ansett has been appointed the Official
Domestic Airline for the InSEA 30th World Congress, with all domestic
bookings within Australia being processed through Ozwings. Non-conditional
and conditional airfares of up to 60% off the full economy domestic airfares
at time of booking have been negotiated for delegates and partners. We
suggest you contact Ozwings (details below) to obtain these, or any other
promotional fare which may be applicable. Please quote the 30th InSEA World
Congress when making your reservation.

TRAVEL INSURANCE
The congress managers recommend that all delegates purchase travel insurance
including cover for non-refundable registration fees. Travel insurance must
be purchased in the country of residence.

VISAS
Overseas visitors to Australia may require an entry visa. It is the
delegatesi responsibility to secure the necessary documentation.

AIRPORT/HOTEL TRANSFERS
An airport shuttle service operates every 45 minutes between the Brisbane
Domestic and International Airports and the Transit Centre in the city centre
for AUD$7.50 per person OR AUD$9.50 to a specific hotel. Transfers by taxi
from Brisbane Airports to the city centre take approximately 30 minutes and
cost approximately AUD$25.

CULTURAL PROGRAM & PRE n POST CONGRESS TOURS
There are various pre & post congress tours being offered which celebrate
the diversity of Australiais culture and lifestyle. Please contact: Therese
Phillips
Official Congress Tour Co-ordinator:
Cultural Excursions
PO Box 255 CHERMSIDE QLD 4032 AUSTRALIA
Tel: + 61 (0) 7 3857 3173
Fax: + 61 (0) 7 3357 1139
Email: cultural

ACCOMMODATION
The congress has successfully negotiated extremely good rates at a range of
Brisbane venues. Please contact the congress secretariat for more
information.

Delegates wanting to organise home stay should contact Graham Nash n
graham.nash.au

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Delegates are encouraged to register before the early bird deadline to save
money. Please note that to assist international delegates, the committee has
extended the early bird deadline to 31 July 1999. All delegates must be
members of InSEA. If you are not already an InSEA member, you can register
at the non-member rate or join before you register.

Please contact the congress secretariat to receive your brochure.

FEES EARLYBIRD FULLTIME
before 31 July 1999 after 31 July 1999
AUD AUD
Fulltime InSEA members $495 $545
Fulltime Non-members $545 $595
Fulltime QATA members $445 $495
Fulltime Student delegate $245 $245
Day only registration $195 $245
QATA Day only registration $180 $230

Member and QATA registration includes: Session and trade exhibition
admission, Daily morning teas and afternoon teas
Five lunches, Welcome Reception , Satchel containing the congress abstracts,
handbook and other important material.

Non-member registration includes:
InSEA membership, Session and trade exhibition admission, Daily morning teas
and afternoon teas, Five lunches, Welcome Reception , Satchel containing the
congress abstracts, handbook and other important material.

Day only registration includes:
Session and trade exhibition admission
Daily morning tea and afternoon tea for the day of attendance
Daily lunch for the day of attendance
Satchel containing the congress abstracts, handbook and other important
material.
Please note that the welcome reception and the congress dinner are
additional fees for day only registrants.

MORE INFORMATION
Please contact the congress secretariat for more information:

Ozaccom Conference Services
PO Box 164
Fortitude Valley 4006 Queensland, Australia
Email: ozaccom
Tel: (International) + 617 3854 1611
Fax: (International) + 617 3854 1507


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Date: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 18:32:45 EDT
Subject: INSEA UPDATE--for gettyedge
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30TH INSEA WORLD CONGRESS FACT SHEET

BACKGROUND
The International Society for Education Through Art (InSEA) 30th World
Congress will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre,
Queensland, Australia, from 21-26 September 1999, and promises to be a
significant world-wide art education event. The aim of the congress is to
promote worldwide cooperation in the exchange of ideas and cultural
contributions in the visual arts.

The 30th InSEA World Congress will provide a forum in which teachers,
academics, artists, specialists and others concerned with the promotion and
advancement of creative education, may meet and exchange information. It is
an opportunity for educators, academics, artists and representatives to
evaluate current ideas and experiences, debate relevant and topical issues,
and establish working relationships with colleagues in associated fields.

The InSEA 30th World Congress is proudly hosted by the national peak industry
body of visual art educators, the Australian Institute of Art Education
(AIAE).

THEMES
The principal theme of the congress is Cultures and Transitions with the
Congress sub-themes recognising the UNESCO goals of education, as published
in the 1996 UNESCO report Learning:The Treasure Within.

Learning to know/Learning to do/Learning to live together/Learning to be -
the sub themes reflect the aim of this Congress. The diversity of the arts
will highlight approaches to art education which are more inclusive,
interactive, collaborative and interdisciplinary. It is anticipated that a
diverse range of cultures and countries will be represented across the
congress keynote addresses, presentations, workshops and performances.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Ellen Dissanayake, Canada
Mary Kalantzis, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
John Steers, Herefordshire College of Art and Design, United Kingdom
Sergei Katin, Childrenis Academy of Art, Russia
Teweiariko Teaero, University of the South Pacific, Fiji
Fiona Foley, Australia

DINNER SPEAKER
Peter Swannell, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

EXHIBITIONS
InSEA International Exhibition of Childrenis Art
AIAE Australian Exhibition of Childrenis Art
The Education Queensland Ministeris Awards for Excellence in Art Education
Frances Durham Collection of Childrenis Art

FIELD WORK PROGRAM
A Fieldwork Program is offered to delegates in the week prior to the Congress
from the 13-17 September. This is the final week of term for State schools
and interested delegates will have the opportunity to visit and work in
schools in a variety of settings in urban and regional centres as well as to
meet and exchange ideas with teachers at all levels from pre-school to
tertiary. Delegates with an interest in collaborative or culturally diverse
projects in a variety of arts education and community arts settings will also
be catered for in the program. In some cases travel and other expenses may be
subsidised by host schools however details must be negotiated with host
schools in advance. For further information contact the InSEA Development
Officer for Education Queensland, Les Hooper. (Leslie.Hooper.au)

CONGRESS HIGHLIGHTS
Tuesday 21 September 1999
Welcome Reception, Queensland Art Gallery
6.30pm n 8.30pm
Sponsored by Binney & Smith
(Cost is included in fulltime registration fee)

Wednesday 22 September 1999
Opening Ceremony, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
8.30am n 11.00am
(Included in registration fee)

Thursday 23 September 1999
The Tempest, Queensland Performing Arts Centre
7.30pm n 11.00pm
Tickets: $29 performance and workshop

Friday 24 September 1999
Congress Dinner, Sheraton Brisbane Hotel & Towers
7.30pm for 8.00pm
Tickets are: $70 includes three course dinner and beverages.

TRAVEL
International
Air New Zealand has been appointed as the Official Congress International
Airline. To arrange your discounted flights, please contact the agents
below. Please quote 30th InSEA World Congress when making your reservation.

United States
NZ Travel Inc
118 South Bellevue Avenue
Langborne PA 19047 USA
Toll free number n 1 (800) 367 5494
Tel: (215) 741 5155
Fax: (215) 741 5156
Email: NZTravel
Contact: Eric McFerran
UK/Europe
The Australia & New Zealand Travel Centre
57 Fore Street Kingsbridge
Devon TQ7 1PG UK
Tel: (01548) 852 547
Fax: (01548) 857 537
Email: alanskinnertravel
Contact: John Spry

DOMESTIC
We are pleased to announce that Ansett has been appointed the Official
Domestic Airline for the InSEA 30th World Congress, with all domestic
bookings within Australia being processed through Ozwings. Non-conditional
and conditional airfares of up to 60% off the full economy domestic airfares
at time of booking have been negotiated for delegates and partners. We
suggest you contact Ozwings (details below) to obtain these, or any other
promotional fare which may be applicable. Please quote the 30th InSEA World
Congress when making your reservation.

TRAVEL INSURANCE
The congress managers recommend that all delegates purchase travel insurance
including cover for non-refundable registration fees. Travel insurance must
be purchased in the country of residence.

VISAS
Overseas visitors to Australia may require an entry visa. It is the
delegatesi responsibility to secure the necessary documentation.

AIRPORT/HOTEL TRANSFERS
An airport shuttle service operates every 45 minutes between the Brisbane
Domestic and International Airports and the Transit Centre in the city centre
for AUD$7.50 per person OR AUD$9.50 to a specific hotel. Transfers by taxi
from Brisbane Airports to the city centre take approximately 30 minutes and
cost approximately AUD$25.

CULTURAL PROGRAM & PRE n POST CONGRESS TOURS
There are various pre & post congress tours being offered which celebrate the
diversity of Australiais culture and lifestyle. Please contact: Therese
Phillips
Official Congress Tour Co-ordinator:
Cultural Excursions
PO Box 255 CHERMSIDE QLD 4032 AUSTRALIA
Tel: + 61 (0) 7 3857 3173
Fax: + 61 (0) 7 3357 1139
Email: cultural

ACCOMMODATION
The congress has successfully negotiated extremely good rates at a range of
Brisbane venues. Please contact the congress secretariat for more
information.

Delegates wanting to organise home stay should contact Graham Nash n
graham.nash.au

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Delegates are encouraged to register before the early bird deadline to save
money. Please note that to assist international delegates, the committee has
extended the early bird deadline to 31 July 1999. All delegates must be
members of InSEA. If you are not already an InSEA member, you can register
at the non-member rate or join before you register.

Please contact the congress secretariat to receive your brochure.

FEES EARLYBIRD FULLTIME
before 31 July 1999 after 31 July 1999
AUD AUD
Fulltime InSEA members $495 $545
Fulltime Non-members $545 $595
Fulltime QATA members $445 $495
Fulltime Student delegate $245 $245
Day only registration $195 $245
QATA Day only registration $180 $230

Member and QATA registration includes: Session and trade exhibition
admission, Daily morning teas and afternoon teas
Five lunches, Welcome Reception , Satchel containing the congress abstracts,
handbook and other important material.

Non-member registration includes:
InSEA membership, Session and trade exhibition admission, Daily morning teas
and afternoon teas, Five lunches, Welcome Reception , Satchel containing the
congress abstracts, handbook and other important material.

Day only registration includes:
Session and trade exhibition admission
Daily morning tea and afternoon tea for the day of attendance
Daily lunch for the day of attendance
Satchel containing the congress abstracts, handbook and other important
material.
Please note that the welcome reception and the congress dinner are additional
fees for day only registrants.

MORE INFORMATION
Please contact the congress secretariat for more information:

Ozaccom Conference Services
PO Box 164
Fortitude Valley 4006 Queensland, Australia
Email: ozaccom
Tel: (International) + 617 3854 1611
Fax: (International) + 617 3854 1507

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