The 2017 conference programme will be available to view from October; expect our usual array of over 60 interactive workshops, panel debates, seminars from award-winning pedagogues, fireside chats with leading industry figures and performances showcasing youth ensemble talent from across the country.
We'll be working hard with our advisory board to ensure our programme spans the changing landscape of arts education and funding, the very latest educational trends and approaches, on-your-feet interactive workshops with practical take-home ideas and resources, and panel debates and Q&A's. Our aim? To give you a platform to make your voice heard by key influencers and decision-makers, and to leave you informed, inspired, motivated and equipped with a raft of new ideas to try out in the classroom/studio.
You can view last year's programme below. And if you have an idea for a great session you'd like to present at our 2017 show, please check the website in June when our call for papers opens!
An overview of Digital Piano technology and its practical applications in an education environment
An a capella jazz/pop choir from La Sainte Union Catholic School will ease us in to the day