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CAD - Centre for Artistic Development

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CAD Art and Media

CAD students will strive to demonstrate initiative, imagination and curiosity in the visual art and media making process, they create visual representations to communicate, challenge and express their own and collaborative ideas. Engagement in the visual arts and media has the capacity to inspire and enrich the lives of students and the community. CAD Art and Media engages students in a journey of discovery, experimentation and problem-solving relevant to visual perception and visual language. The CAD experience will support students to view the world through various lenses and contexts allowing them to see the significance of imagery in our lives and how art and the media can change people and thereby the world. Earnest involvement in the program will help students to develop understanding of the world, culture and their responsibilities as global citizens. Students are encouraged to be open, fair-minded, resilient and culturally aware communicators.


 

CAD Performing Arts

The CAD program provides an opportunity for senior students with dedication, integrity and adaptability to creatively collaborate within the arts to achieve success. The overall focus is on developing the arts practitioner and performer.

The program aims to balance skills with an understanding and appreciation of various art forms. Development of the individual as an effective collaborator is a priority of CAD. This will be achieved by sharing in decision-making processes and a group ethic based on mutual respect and intellectual flexibility.

Students are encouraged to be open, fair-minded, resilient and culturally aware communicators. CAD students strive to demonstrate initiative, imagination and curiosity in the arts making process.


JAC - Junior Aspiring CAD

JAC is designed for junior secondary students who show potential in the Performing Arts and who have a passion to achieve their best.  JAC workshops run as an after school co-curricular course that aims to broaden student knowledge and experience across the three disciplines of dance, drama and music.  Students engage with professional industry partners and participate in excursions to live theatre to develop their critical, creative and collaborative thinking skills, whilst building their own arts-making and performance practice.  Teamwork, adaptability and enjoyment through learning are highly valued in JAC.


 

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Last reviewed 04 February 2021
Last updated 04 February 2021