New Zealand Journal of Research in Performing Arts and Education: Nga Mahi a Rehia is an open-access, peer-reviewed, academic e-journal published by Drama New Zealand in partnership with the University of Canterbury.
[ June 2, 2013 4:30 pm to June 4, 2013 7:00 pm. ]
Date: Tuesday 4 June – Time: 4:00-4:30pm Registration and light refreshments Time: 4:30-7:00pm Venue: Villa Maria College Drama Room. Presenter: Emma Bishop. Find out more
Jo Matheson writes: Meeting is at Scott’s College; Thursday 16 May 4pm. The Wellington Drama NZ meeting is being hosted by Paula Eastman. Find out more
President’s Report: Drama New Zealand Annual Conference 2013
Waikato University 26 April 2013. By Christine Morgan.
2012 was another busy year for teachers in all sections of the education system.Find out more
Young IDEA is a laboratory dedicated to the intercultural exploration of art-education practices, a kind of melting pot in which forty young artists and educators from all over the world (ok, from…17 countries) will be thrown together to exchange and invent ways of transmitting their practice, to collaborate and act through art in society.
The SDEA Theatre Arts Conference is back for a second time! Join us in Singapore Read More
All those intending to attend the 8th World Congress of IDEA, the Drama Theatre and Education Association in Paris 8-13 July 2013 and who have registered with the conference as “members of Drama New Zealand” in order to pay a lower rate, need to contact either Christine Morgan Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Jo Matheson Email: email@example.com to be included in an official list of bona fide members of Drama New Zealand association. Read More
Drama New Zealand members will be interested to know that the New Zeland film industry is alive and well. Of the total 2,667 business working in production and post-production for the year, 1,344 worked in film. Find out more
Part of the E-journal: New Zealand Journal of Research in Performing Arts and Education: Nga Mahi a Rehia; Edition 4; E-Journal General Editor: Janinka Greenwood, Chair of Review Panel, University of Canterbury; Susan Battye, Executive Editor, Drama New Zealand; Editor: Susan Battye, Drama Magic Ltd
It is an indication of the growing academic confidence of teachers of drama and the other performing arts in New Zealand that we have ten articles in this volume and that they are all by New Zealanders who are engaged in researching aspects of our collective work of teaching in the aesthetic space.
- The Effort Was Only Just Worth It! The School Production Experience of Teachers in a New Zealand Primary School
- Not just a walk in the park: The school production experience of upper primary students in a New Zealand school
- Becoming the Pioneers: A process drama to encourage writing
- For Love of Appin and The Voice of the People by Alan E. Mulgan, in production 90 years on
- Music, the Performing Arts and the Emergence of Western Philosophical and Educational Thought
- Tensions in the drama classroom
- Puppets and Self-Discovery: A Fresh Perspective on Rita Angus’s Self-Portraits
- Connoisseurs’ eyes on teaching dance from contextual perspectives
- Applying Drama in English Language Learning: Balancing creative processes with creative language teaching
22/5/13Drama NZ Christchurch External Exams 2013 Workshop
13/5/13Drama New Zealand Wellington May Branch Meeting
09/5/13President’s Report: Drama New Zealand Annual Conference 2013
05/5/13IDEA Members, Young IDEA need you !
30/4/13IDEA Congress Attendee Register – Urgent Request
18/4/13New Zealand Screen Industry Revenue $3.29 bn 2011-2012