Personal details

Ms Tricia Clark-Fookes
Faculty of CI, Education & Social Justice,
School of Creative Practice,
Discipline *
Performing Arts and Creative Writing
+61 7 3138 0026
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Education Studies (Griffith University)

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008



Tricia’s research and practice is situated in the field of Arts Education with special interest in the practice and development of teaching artists.

She is a member of the Drama study area, but teaches across the range of arts curriculum areas. Tricia has trained as an artist and educator working in positions across the arts and education sectors. Working as a teaching artist she continues to work with theatre companies both locally and nationally bridging the fields of arts practice and arts pedagogy. Her PhD studies examine the intersection of teaching artistry, arts pedagogy and technology.

In addition to her artistic roles, she has experience teaching from Prep-12, and the tertiary sector. Tricia has shaped key arts curriculum in Queensland schools through engagements with the QCAA as curriculum writer, state panelist, chief examiner and a range of other roles.


This information has been contributed by Ms Tricia Clark-Fookes.


Arts Education Co-ordinator for:

M.Teach (Secondary): EUN120, EUN121, EUN122, EUN221, EUN222, EUN223

B.Ed/BFA (Secondary): EUB107

This information has been contributed by Ms Tricia Clark-Fookes.


QCAA – 2019 Drama Syllabus Writer

QCAA – 2019 Drama Syllabus Workshop presenter

Head of Drama, Dance & Peformance (Moreton Bay College)

Teacher – Drama & Film & Television (Education Qld)

QCAA – Drama Panel Chair

QCAA – Chief Examiner (External Drama)

QCAA – Drama Syllabus Sub-Committee (2007 & 2013)

QCAA – QCAR Assessment Moderator


This information has been contributed by Ms Tricia Clark-Fookes.