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Speaking in Tongues: Arts Education Day
Young People and the Arts Australia (YPAA), with the Sydney Opera House, presents Speaking in Tongues: Arts Education Day on Mon 16 July 2012
It closely follows YPAA's national symposium, Speaking in Tongues: How do we translate the collective language of the arts? At the Casula Powerhouse 11-13 July 2012
Held on Monday 16 July (a designated curriculum day in NSW), Speaking in Tongues: Arts Educators Day will challenge participants to rethink the way the arts and education relate to each other. It will explore how Arts and Education can partner effectively, or how they might in future, to achieve a broad range of outcomes. It also offers professional development masterclasses for generalist teachers.
This event will model inspired practice and form for the arts and education sectors and engage participants in critical debate with national and international speakers; complemented by practical and inspired professional development activities through masterclasses with leading artists.
The day will consist of inspiring keynotes with facilitated panel and question- and- answer time, and two masterclasses for teachers.
Suitable audience includes:
Generalist and specialist Teachers and Educators, Arts Practitioners and organisations that engage or are seeking to engage with the Education sector, Principals and curriculum leaders, Pre- service teachers, Parents, Students who would like to voice their opinions about arts in the curriculum.
What: Speaking in Tongues: Arts Education Day
When: Mon 16 July (designated curriculum day in NSW)
Time: 9am to 5pm
Cost: $110 (inc GST)
Where: Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House
More info: http://ypaa.net/program-2012/arts-education-day/
More about YPAA’s National Symposium, Speaking in Tongues: How do we translate the collective language of the arts? 11-13 July Can also be found here: http://ypaa.net/program-2012/national-symposium/ Early bird tickets close today.
About Young People and the Arts Australia, ASSITEJ Australia Inc (YPAA)
Young People and the Arts Australia, ASSITEJ Australia Inc is the national peak body for organisations and practitioners that engage children and young people in theatre and the arts. YPAA has been the Australian Centre for ASSITEJ since 1975. Core to YPAA's mission is supporting children and young people’s rights to access quality arts and culture in Australia by developing Australia's youth arts sector.