Register now for this year's OTF Camp focusing on the Arts, being offered at McMaster University July 10-12, 2012. This primary/junior/intermediate workshop will feature three days of fantastic learning for teachers focused on the resources created by CODE, OMEA and OAEA. Your registration fee of $100 includes workshops, accommodation and food. Visit the OTF website to register today!
FASI – Fine Arts Summer Intensive – is a series of workshops for educators, current high school and university students and emerging professionals, offered by the Faculty of Fine Arts at York University under one cross-disciplinary umbrella. Mingle with artists of all experiences and backgrounds as you participate in engaging and thought-provoking workshops at one of Canada’s leading fine arts schools.
FASI is offering amazing experiences in dance, design, film, music, theatre and visual arts. Workshops range in length from two day intensive training experiences to three-week long boot camps designs to whip you into creative shape! FASI is an AIF initiative aiming to bring York University’s wonderful Fine Art teaching faculty, facilities and wonderful environment to York region and beyond. Far more can be learned at http://www.yorku.ca/fasi(http://finearts.apps01.yorku.ca/fasi/for-high-school-students/). Read on to learn about the focus on two of the amazing workshops offered.
The April 2012 issue of the Theatre Museum Canada Newsletter brings to the reader's attention their Legend Library of videotaped interviews which are positioned to be a valuable resource for students, teachers and theatre buffs alike! Just recently these clips hit over 100,000 views on the TMC website.
The most watched clip thus far is Christopher Plummer's advice to young actors.
This interview clip is posted on YouTube:
For more information visit: www.TheatreMuseumCanada.ca
Their phone number is 416 413-7847
The National Theatre War Horse Teacher Training Residency program - January 30 - February 3rd & a presentation on February 10th
War Horse is a dramatic epic staged at the Outbreak of World War One that describes how a boy's cherished thoroughbred horse, Joey, has been sold, to the British calvary by his father who had fallen on hard times. Young Albert's horse was subsequently shipped to France; after a disastrous offensive, Joey was captured by the Germans and then his ownership changed hands twice more before he was finally entangled in a barbed wire fence. Private Albert Narracott, determined to locate Joey would soon find himself alone in no man's land and found that he would be serving firstly on one side and then later on the opposition.
War Horse was later transformed into a poignant cinematic experience by Director, Steven Spielberg, albeit with a varying impact upon the film's audiences. The National Theatre War Horse Teacher Training Residency program, compiled by the Blyth Education Academy in Thornhill is making its presence with a multi-venue GTA presentation from January 30 - February 3, 2012 and a major presentation in Toronto, February 10.
This year’s FOOT interrogates the complex relationships between Theatre and Learning in both theory and practice. The conference will comprise three broad areas of exploration: learning theatre, learning through theatre and theatre plus learning. Each stream will feature scholarly panels, performances, workshops and a roundtable discussion. With presenters joining us from six different countries, this year’s festival promises a unique international forum for researchers, artists, students, teachers and parents to meet and explore theatre in education, theatre for social change, theatre training and theatre for young audiences (TYA), among many others.
We are especially excited to announce our international keynote panel: from the UK, Professor Helen Nicholson (Royal Holloway University, author of the seminal work Applied Drama: The Gift of Theatre); from Canada, Professor
A Code of Ethics for Theatre Workers - Developed in 1945 for the Circle Players Theater in Los Angeles. The code consists of seventeen common sense, stringent and binding rules to follow for actors and others engaged in the work of the theatre. While now almost 70 years old, literally everything stated remains vital, practiced and relevant. The following is excerpted from the forward to the code: “A part of the great tradition of the theatre is the code of ethics which belong to every worker in the theatre. This code is not a superstition, nor a dogma, nor a ritual which is enforced by tribunals; it is an attitude toward your vocation, your fellow workers, your audiences and yourself. It is a kind of self-discipline which does not rob you of your invaluable individualism. Those of you who have been in show business know the full connotation of these precepts. Those of you who are new to show business will soon learn. The Circle Players, since its founding in 1945, has always striven to stand for the finest in theatre, and it will continue to do so..."
The complete code post can be found at: http://www.lastagetimes.com/2009/08/a-1945-code-of-ethics-for-theatre-workers-surfaces/
Join us for an intensive workshop series in Augusto Boal's Forum Theatre. Some previous experience in forum theatre is required.
-Build on your forum theatre play development skills
-Build on your improvisation skills to prepare for spectactors
-Learn some tricks behind being a joker
-Continue Rehearsing for your personal Revolution
Affordable & fun extra-curricular dance, drama and yoga clubs available at your school for lunch time and after school fun! You supply the space and we'll take care of everything else. 6 week sessions include a final performance and certificate of achievement. New sessions begin this month! Contact Aria at email@example.com for more information.
Effective in 2012, all Travelling Stage bookings will include a FREE 30 minute TEACHER WORKSHOP (Dance 101), customized according to your needs in an effort to help you feel more confident about teaching dance curriculum once we're gone! Contact Information: www.travellingstage.com / (416) 317-8950
Enhance your students’ theatregoing experience with an hour-long pre or post-show workshop taught by a professional YPT Artist-Educator! Workshops available for: SeussicalTM, The Great Mountain, and Jack and the Giant Beanstalk. We also offer a variety of other workshops in schools that can be customized to your needs.