Mapping Dance and Dance Teaching: Past(s), Present and Future(s)
3 & 4 September 2021
9am – 6pm BST
Hosted by the Royal Academy of Dance’s Faculty of Education, the international online conference Mapping Dance and Dance Teaching: Past(s), Present and Future(s) will bring together practitioners, teachers, educators and researchers to debate and interrogate the past, present and future of dance and teaching. As a leader in dance education and training, and with a track record in delivering pioneering conferences in London (2009, 2013), Sydney, (2016), Brisbane (2018) and Melbourne (2020), the Royal Academy of Dance continues its legacy of bringing together stakeholders from the fields of dance performance, dance education, dance training and associated interdisciplinary domains.
We are thrilled to be able to share the full programme, with details of the speakers, panels and workshops that will provide the platform for discussions at the conference. See the full programme here.
Online Conference Platform
The 2021 conference has been reimagined to be delivered online so that attendees can join us from anywhere in the world. To deliver the conference we are partnering with Forumm, a virtual event platform that will encapsulate all of the look and feel of an in-person conference, and bring delegates and presenters together through the use of chat functions and online networking rooms. Please note, the conference will not be recorded for later access. If you are booking outside of the UK, please check your time zone against BST (British Summer Time).
Attendance will earn RAD teachers up to 20 hours of CPD, 10 hours independent and 10 time valued.
One-day and two-day tickets are now available to book.
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Supporting Mapping Dance and Dance Teaching: Past(s), Present and Future(s)
There are a number of additional sponsorship opportunities available. Your sponsorship of the Mapping Dance and Dance Teaching: Past(s), Present and Future(s) will enable the RAD Faculty of Education to advance its research initiatives, thus sharing findings with the wider dance teaching community. If you are interested in becoming an additional conference sponsor, please get in touch by emailing email@example.com
With thanks to our Headline Sponsor Harlequin Floors