Past, present and future potentialities of dance and dance teaching - an international conference in London on September 3-4, 2021.

As part of the Royal Academy of Dance centenary, and in celebration of the Faculty of Education’s 21st anniversary the Faculty of Education of the Royal Academy of Dance will be hosting an international conference Mapping Dance and Dance Teaching: Past(s), Present and Future(s). In September 2021, the Royal Academy of Dance will be welcoming to London dance professionals, practitioners, educators, researchers, dance teachers, historians, musicologists and scholars to discuss, debate and contemplate past, present and future potentialities of dance and dance teaching.

The conference aims to address (but is not limited to) the following themes:

  • Dance as art, dance as education, dance as inclusive practice
  • Local and global trends, practices and expectations of dance as a performance art and dance as education and training
  • The role of past models of dance teacher training and education in relation to current day practices and expectations
  • Technologies and the impact on past, present and emerging practices in the learning and teaching of dance
  • The influence of dance heritage in today’s rapidly evolving dance ecologies
  • The influence and impact of dance science research on dance performance, training and teacher education programmes
  • The role of interdisciplinary training to support the learning, teaching and performance of dance
  • Global perspectives on the role and impact of dance competitions in the training and education of children, adolescents and young adults.

Register your interest via this link: royalacademyofdance.org.

Note that the conference is open to any and all forms of dance.

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