The theme for the ASME XXII National Conference is Footprints – creating pathways to the future, which seeks to embrace and celebrate music education across the vast array of institutions, organisations and professional associations which provide and support music learning in formal and non-formal contexts throughout all stages of life.
The Conference, celebrating over 50 years of service to Music education, will include a 3 day program featuring invited keynote speakers, papers and workshops from leading educators, discussion panels, and concerts from various ensemble groups. There will be a trade display featuring the latest in music education resources, social events and much more.
Margaret is Professor and Founding Director of the Creative Collaboratorium at The University of Queensland
Joan studied mime, dance, speech, drama and music, specialising in Dalcroze Eurhythmics, known as ‘Music through Movement’.
As a practicing musician, composer/songwriter and music researcher, I lecture in ethnomusicology and popular music at Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
Dr Anita Collins is an award-winning educator, researcher and writer in the field of brain development and music learning