So it’s Easter again …

So it’s Easter again …

A religious holiday celebrating the death and resurrection of a spiritual carpenter? A story of the ultimate sacrifice and redemption? The chance to go wild decorating eggs with paint and glitter? And how does the Easter Bunny fit in? Easter is celebrated by billions...
Making Art On and With Country

Making Art On and With Country

“Learning about where you are and who, and what else is here with you, is fundamental to beginning to create a world where contemporary and ancient knowledges become.”Dr Red Ruby Scarlet Two beautiful stories – one from Garigal Land, one from Gadigal Land – illustrate...
It’s Harmony Day again…

It’s Harmony Day again…

What’s not to love about harmony?  Well, nothing. Harmony is wonderful. Harmony Day is also a good time to ask: how are anti-bias and anti-racist pedagogies woven through our curriculum every day, not just today? What is the difference between harmony and...
International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

What does International Women’s Day have to do with early childhood education and care? Everything! From its beginnings in women’s labour protests in the early twentieth century, to its adoption by the UN in 1977, International Women’s Day has long...
Music Resonating Through the Curriculum

Music Resonating Through the Curriculum

Perhaps more than any other art form, music can be misguidedly perceived as best left to the experts. Three cameos from Becoming with Art show how music can resonate through the curriculum in rich, multimodal, relational and accessible ways.  In the first cameo,...