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Teachers' Conference: Radical Teaching and Learning

The fifth annual Elementary and Secondary Teachers' Conference
for Music, Drama, and Dance Teachers

Friday, May 19, 2017 (district wide non-instructional day) from 9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
Craigie Hall and Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary

The School of Creative and Performing Arts is pleased to host quality sessions for Music, Drama, and Dance Teachers. The Division of Music will offer elementary and secondary choral, and secondary instrumental sessions, and the Division of Dance and the Division of Drama will present elementary and secondary dance and drama sessions.

The teachers' conference is suitable for all music, drama, and dance teachers, fine arts education students, community artists, teachers, and performers. You can choose to participate exclusively in music, drama, dance or a combination of sessions from all disciplines.

Registration: $65.00 general, $30 students (includes lunch and sessions)

Sessions offered by:

Adam Bell, Jeremy Brown, Dr. Marcia Epstein, Marie France Forcier, Long & McQuade, Anita Miotti, Carmen Paterson, Dr. Maria Oss-Cech Chiacchia, Anne Gardner, Paul Grindlay, Gareth Jones, Jenny Repond Peters, Rod Squance, Robin Tufts, and more! Scroll down this page to view all the sessions.

Reading sessions for elementary and secondary choral teachers sponsored by Long & McQuade Music.

Download the conference schedule

Online registration has now closed. 
Having trouble registering online? Please contact us at 403.220.4901
Register online until May 10, 2017. Attendees can register in-person between 8:15-9:00am on May 19, 2017 with exact cash or a cheque made out to the University of Calgary. 

Improv Jam for ALL Music, Drama and Dance Teachers

The Interdisciplinary Improv Jam features YOU! This year you will have the opportunity to practice structured improvisation as an interdisciplinary group for an informal jam session during the lunch hour.

The Interdisciplinary Improv Jam will be Friday, May 19 from 1:00 -1:20 p.m. in the Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall (Rozsa Centre).