Proposed new arts curriculum leaves Australian artists hanging

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The proposed update to the national arts curriculum improves guidelines around teaching First Nations art, but stops short of addressing how much Australian art should be taught in Australian primary and high schools.

The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA), in a message to members, said the proposed curriculum meant 'a teacher could go an entire year without referring to a single living Australian artist.'

Jane O'Sullivan

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