|Do you miss the richness of ITAC4 and learning how colleagues work in different cultures? Now you can get a hit of ITAC every month, conveniently at your computer (using the easy ZOOM video chat platform). Join our ongoing ITAC—each month a Host from a different part of the world will share insights about their work, and in discussion with you and others, dig deep about the ways this could help you develop your own practice . Yes, you can invite friends and colleagues to join with you to further share the global perspective. Keep your teaching artistry expanding to embrace the world. |
The timetable for these can be seen below, you can click the ones which have passed to listen back to them:
January 28th 2019, 3pm (GMT)* – The Arts, An Effective Medium To Promote Female Education in Ghana. Hosted by Peter Atsu Adaletey (Ghana).
February 22nd 2019, 4pm (EST) – Socio-Cultural Awareness and Culturally Responsive Teaching. Hosted by Monique Van Willingh (USA).
March 28th 2019, 6pm (CET) –Open Space. Handling Therapeutic Experiences in the Theatrical Settings. Hosted by Zdenka Svitekova (Slovakia/Czech republic).
April 12th 2019, 8.30pm (BST) – Social Engagement Through Crafting. Hosted by Jessica Howarth (Scotland, UK).
May 23rd 2019, 4pm (EDT) – Evidence to Prove the Practice – numbers, narratives and funding bodies. Hosted by Brad Haseman (Queensland, Australia).
July 30th 2019, 7pm – 8.15pm (Argentina Time) – The Emerging Field of Art, Culture and Conflict Transformation. Hosted by Carmen Olaechea (Argentina), Cynthia Cohen (USA) and Mary Ann Hunter (Australia).
August 28th 2019, 11am – 12 noon (Uruguay Standard Time) – Together and Different. Building a culture of peace in schools through Playback Theatre. Hosted by Rasia Friedler (Uruguay).
September 2019 (closed session) – One year after ITAC4 – how does the next generation of TA’s feel about the topics we covered? Hosted by Clara Bloomfield (Scotland, UK)
October 2019 (tbc) – Trauma and the Arts. Hosted by Carol Ponder and Robert Kiefer (USA).
November 2019 (tbc) – Teaching artists & artists teaching: exchanging pedagogies. Victoria Ryle (Tasmania, Australia)
If you would like to participate, just email: firstname.lastname@example.org for the code you need to join the ZOOM video call.
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