Region South East Asia & Pacific
I am in my first elected position as InSEA World Councillor, and keen to continue to contribute to this amazing organisation for another round as member of the elected council. I have been working closely with my fellow Australian councillor Dr Kim Snepvangers and colleagues to raise the profile of inSEA to our colleagues as well as develop greater partnerships between our teaching associations across Australia. I know that we have a lot to share with the international InSEA community and I am in a position to do so through my role at the Melbourne Observatory of Arts Education at the University of Melbourne, Australia. I want to continue to develop deeper digital connections, research and praxis resources for InSEA and continue to build a strand member base as I feel that I have only begin in this role and and keen to work more closely with the wider art education community with a further 2 year elected position.
Kathryn Coleman is an artist, researcher and teacher based in Melbourne. She is the Australasian representative on the Board of Directors of Association of Authentic, Experiential and Evidence Based Learning (AAEEBL) and World Council Representative for the South-East Asia and Pacific Region for the International Society for Education though Art (InSEA). Her work focuses on the integration of digital pedagogies and digital portfolios for sustained creative practice and assessment. Kate’s praxis includes taking aspects of her theoretical and practical work as a/r/tographer to consider how practitioners, teachers and students use site to create place in the digital and physical. Her PhD was the first fully online thesis as digital portfolio submitted at The University of Melbourne, where Kate is a lecturer in Visual Arts and Design Teacher Secondary Education at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education.