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TEACHERS

MEREDITH

B.Ed (Visual Arts)

Meredith Rasdall has been a visual art teacher for 20+ years and is passionate about teaching students to develop their own creativity. By drawing inspiration from collection of traditional and contemporary artists, students learn a broad range of techniques across a huge array of mediums. 

Liz

B.Ed (Visual Arts)

FIONA

Liz Dunn is a graduate of the UNSW with over twenty five years experience as an artist and educator. She has taught Visual Arts in NSW schools to classes ranging from Kindergarten to Year 12 and is currently a specialist Visual Arts consultant and teacher employed to run Visual Arts enrichment programs in Primary schools.

 

Liz prepares and presents Visual Arts Staff Development Days and teaches Gifted and Talented Visual Arts programs for the NSW Department of Education. She is currently employed as a sessional lecturer in Visual Arts in the School of Education at the Australian Catholic University. Liz regularly exhibits her paintings in Sydney Galleries.

Fiona Verity has been drawing and painting all her life. Graduating in 1992 from Epsom Art School of Art & Design in the UK, she has worked in various areas of the arts: a part time & full time artist, an art teacher and a designer in the advertising industry. 

Wishing to further her educational knowledge, Fiona completed a diploma in child studies in 2000. Her enthusiasm for art is contagious and her teaching style has been described as unique, inspiring and dynamic. 

She believes that art can be integrated into the whole curriculum and can help children with all their key learning areas.

MEREDITH  RASDALL

B.Ed (Visual Arts)

Meredith is both an experienced educator and artist.  She has worked in both primary and high schools for the last 25 years teaching
visual arts. 

Meredith created Meredith Rasdall Visual Art 20 years ago. She is regularly employed by the Department of Education to facilitate
visual arts in-services for teachers, tutor gifted and talented workshops/camps and teach school based art programs.

Meredith created and coordinated Pittwater Artfest, a biannual children's art festival which ran for 12 years. Her artwork is included in both local and overseas collections including Manly Regional Gallery. 

"I love to encourage others to gain confidence and express their
own creativity." 

LIZ DUNN

B.Ed (Visual Arts)

NICKY HODGSON

BA(Hons)Graphic Design

Liz Dunn is a graduate of the UNSW with over twenty five years experience as an artist and educator. She has taught Visual Arts in NSW schools to classes ranging from Kindergarten to Year 12 and is currently a specialist Visual Arts consultant and teacher employed to run Visual Arts enrichment programs in Primary schools.

 

Liz prepares and presents Visual Arts Staff Development Days and teaches Gifted and Talented Visual Arts programs for the NSW Department of Education. She is currently employed as a sessional lecturer in Visual Arts in the School of Education at the Australian Catholic University. Liz regularly exhibits her paintings in Sydney Galleries.

Nicky has worked as a visual arts teacher for many years.

She has taught in high schools in Uk, Malaysia, Thailand. Since coming to Australia Nicky has worked with all age groups from preschool to pensioners - including workshops, private classes, school and university teaching.

 

Currently, as well as teaching classes for Meredith Rasdall she has been teaching Primary School student teachers an art programme at The Australian Catholic University. Alongside teaching Nicky has a passion for illustration, drawing and printmaking.

 

Most recently Nicky has illustrated 3 cookbooks and created Christmas cards and illustrations for a calendar. As a member of Warringah Printmakers she has exhibited work and given demonstrations.

FIONA VERITY

Fiona Verity has been drawing and painting all her life. Graduating in 1992 from Epsom Art School of Art & Design in the UK, she has worked in various areas of the arts: a part time & full time artist, an art teacher and a designer in the advertising industry. 

Wishing to further her educational knowledge, Fiona completed a diploma in child studies in 2000. Her enthusiasm for art is contagious and her teaching style has been described as unique, inspiring and dynamic. 

She believes that art can be integrated into the whole curriculum and can help children with all their key learning areas.