Mapping Dance and Dance Teaching: Past(s), Present and Future(s)
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) brought together practitioners, teachers, educators and researchers to debate and interrogate the past, present and future of dance and teaching. We welcomed aver 170 delegates and 50 presenters to our first online international conference.
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 continued its legacy of bringing together stakeholders from the fields of dance performance, dance education, dance training and associated interdisciplinary domains.
Details of the speakers, panels and workshops that provided the platform for discussions at the conference can be viewed in the conference programme.
On-demand recorded access
If you were unable to attend the live online conference, you can still purchase access to the recordings of the panel sessions for Friday 3 September, Saturday 4 September, or both days. Please note, the workshop sessions were not recorded. Access to the on demand recordings will expire on Monday 4 October.
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