The ACTF has established a number of innovative education programs in partnership with schools, festivals, education departments, the entertainment industry and other organisations throughout Australia.
Each program is focused on improving student outcomes, and promotes both personal and wider community development.
For over a decade, ClickView has been providing educational videos to help educators create engaging lessons and improve learning outcomes. ... ClickView lets you store, manage and deliver digital...Read More
The Strategic Partnerships Program (SPP) provides funding to community, cultural and professional development organisations, to deliver student learning programs and professional learning for...Read More
The ACTF has been a proud sponsor and the presenting partner of Trop Jr. ... Modelled on the world’s largest short film festival, Tropfest, Trop Jr is a short film making competition and a free,...Read More
In 2011, Cineclub in Australia was set up and run by Australian teacher's and filmmaker's who wanted to help schools in each state embrace film as a way of enriching learning, and to help prepare...Read More
The Colour Bazaar Project was a partnership between the ACTF and Heide Museum of Modern Art. ... Students engaged with the ideas and the works of the artists and used the Kahootz 3 animation...Read More
Out of the Box is a week-long children's arts festival run by the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC). The biennial festival, held in June, takes place in Brisbane's Cultural Centre precinct, with a huge range of activities at QPAC, the Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Museum and State Library of Queensland.
The Look! exhibition is for children and adults of all ages and celebrates the worlds and stories revealed in today’s picture books. The exhibition showcases original artwork, sketches and drawings by more than 40 Australian illustrators from the past 10 years including Bob Graham, Jeannie Baker, Ann James, Shaun Tan, Graeme Base, Leigh Hobbs and Terry Denton.
In March 2011, every primary school in Australia was sent a teaching kit developed by SES Agencies, in partnership with the ACTF and the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC). This kit is an important part of the SES Li’L Larikkins Natural Hazards Safety Program, which aims to educate young children on the dangers of floods, storms, cyclones and tsunamis.
The ACTF partnered with the University of New England (UNE) in an Australian Research Council (ARC) funded project (2009 - 2011), 'Multimedia grammatical design and authoring pedagogy’. The Chief...Read More