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Faculty of Education announces its third conference in centenary year 2020

25/02/2019

Faculty of Education announces its third conference in centenary year 2020
Shaping Bodies, Shaping Minds 18 - 19 January 2020 (Melbourne)

Drawing on the successes of the Sydney (2016) and Brisbane (2018) conferences, Royal Academy of Dance Australia is delighted to announce it will host its third international conference, Shaping Bodies, Shaping Minds.

Marking the first event of 100 events globally in the Royal Academy of Dance’s centenary year, Shaping Bodies, Shaping Minds will bring together performers, teachers, practitioners and scholars from the fields of dance, education, history, science and cultural engagement for an exciting and thought-provoking programme.

Taking place in the wonderful facilities of venue partner The Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School (VCASS) the conference is inviting contributions which  focus on innovations, provocations and insights into the role of dance education, training and interdisciplinary engagement in the shaping of bodies and minds to meet a diverse and often challenging dance landscapes.

The call for contributions closes on 30 June with pre-sale registration opening to RAD Members only from 14 June. An early bird discount applies for RAD Members and Non Members from 27 July until the 14 September.

With a cocktail party once more celebrating the conference on Friday 17 January, this international event really will start the global centenary celebrations on a high note.

RAD Australia will announce further information on the conference in due course and also more plans to mark this momentous centenary milestone as the year 2020 progresses. 

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