Following the success of Shaping Bodies, Shaping Minds, Royal Academy of Dance Australia is delighted to announce its fourth international conference, Dance and Dance Education in an Age of Interconnectivity. The online conference aims to connect teachers, practitioners, scholars, and innovators in the field of dance, education, research, science and technology for an engaging and stimulating programme.
With the coronavirus pandemic fundamentally changing the way we live and learn, the paradigms of dance and dance education have changed significantly. The need for social distancing has caused the separation of student and educator and performer and audience, forging new ways of learning, practicing and teaching, and initiating potential for greater interconnectivity now and into the future.
Streamed performances, use of digital platforms for online teaching, increased access to global archives, sharing of resources and virtual collaborations have brought about immense change to dance and dance education practices leading to increased interconnectivity on a global scale.
Registrations open in a pre sale to RAD Members only from 10 September before being opened to general release on 27 September
Presale RAD Members Only – $160
RAD Members (general release from 27 Sept) – $180
Non Members – $200
RAD Students – $160
Students – $180
One Day – $100
For more information contact the Conference Organiser:
Education and Engagement Manager
Faculty of Education
Photo: Kotomi Narai at the 2014 Genée International Ballet Competition by Marc Haegeman