The 2017 CODE Conference is Almost Here!

From October 13-15, 2017, The Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, Ontario will become home to drama and dance educators, artists and supporters.  This year's conference theme is 'Claiming Our Voices', and will provide delegates with a number of inspirational, informative and engaging workshops that will leave educators with a number of tools to bring back to their classrooms.  Whether you're new to Arts Education or a vet, read on to see how to register for 'Claiming Our Voices'.

Prologue To The Performing Arts Celebrates 50 Inspiring Years

For 50 years, Prologue To The Performing Arts has been connecting educators with some of the brightest artists in the province.  The invaluable expertise of the artists in Ontario has been able to reach countless numbers of students and educators through the tireless work of Prologue, and its founder, Patty Jarvis.  In celebration of 50 fabulous years, Patty Jarvis has written a wonderful blog about Prologue's past and future, and the wonderful relationship that CODE and Prologue has had over the years.   Check out the blog here!

An Inspiring Spoken Word Workshop with Inuk Artist Taqralik Partridge

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Taqralik Partridge is an Inuit poet and spoken word artist from Kuujuak, a town in Nunavik, the most northern part of Quebec. CODE rep Jennifer Giancola had the wonderful opportunity to participate in a Spoken word and writing workshop with Taqralik at the Centre for Indigenous Theatre on Nov 4th. This workshop was part of the NWIA's (Native Women in the Arts) first Inuit showcase in the Kwe Performance Series. 

Forging Partnerships with the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education Association of Ontario

Recently, the CODE Management Board met with representatives from the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education Association of Ontario (FNMIEAO), whose mandate is to promote strong First Nations, Métis & Inuit Studies and Language education programs in schools and communities across Ontario. 

Dance Like you Used To!

Rainbow District School Board Arts Education Consultant and Dance Educator, Emily Caruso Parnell on demystifying dance, reminding us that movement is universal. 

David Booth in Conversation

Q and A with Drama educator and innovator, David Booth.

Full of Possibility and Without Boundaries

CODE Board Member Cameron Ferguson on her work with James Croker and Motus O Dance Theatre

New research supports the power of using Drama and Dance to teach Math!

Report from the Washington Post and CODE Resources you can use in the Fall!

Teacher Day at Shaw Festival

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May 6th was Spring Teacher Day at the Shaw Festival. This exciting day of inspiring workshops was led by top artists in the areas of playwriting, movement, musical theatre and literary connections with Alice in Wonderland. Participants chose two workshops for the day. Our Northern Reps - Cheri-Anne Byrne and Jennfier Giancola were there! Find out about their day!Join us in this serene setting at White Oaks Resort and Spa Oct 21-23, 2016 when CODE partners with Shaw at our Annual Conference! www.codeconferences.ca