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Art for change

May 29

Using Verbatim Theatre and dance to combat the refugee crisis in Jakarta and how COViD-19 helped bring our piece to a wider audience Originally published by Erica Cali on her blog Theatreartworks. I have spent about twenty minutes writing and...

Curriculum

Bilingual and cross-cultural education in the arts

May 29

In this month’s Curriculum article we explore the work of two educators who use the performing arts as an integrative approach to learning languages, performing arts and more. Interdisciplinary learning structures in these two contexts offer much...

Inspiration

Reflections on retiring

May 29

A couple of days ago I was asked: “What does it feel like to be retiring from teaching?”. At that point, I actually hadn’t given it much thought. Since then I have spent a great deal of time thinking about the question and, more importantly,...

Inspiration

A psychogeography of Kyiv

May 2

For the psychogeographer, a walk is just the starting point; wandering and getting lost within a city is always the real goal. This wandering, termed dérive or ‘drift’ by Guy Debord and the Situationist International in 1950s Paris, must be...

Theatre

5 tips for working as (or with) sight-impaired artists

May 2

As a practitioner I have facilitated workshops in various settings from Key Stage 1 (age 5-7) to post-graduate higher education, within Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools and all-male groups from local communities, every mix of society....

Curriculum

The vital role that the arts play in helping young people thrive in an increasingly unknown future

April 30

Preparing young people for tomorrow is what education is all about but are we as a society considering the best ways to do this? In this podcast, Anne Drouet shares her thoughts on the vital role the Arts plays in developing the skills needed to...