TEFO X JONOTHAN NEELANDS! Master Workshop: Applied Drama for Hope

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Master Workshop: Applied Drama for Hope

Date: 8-10 June 2024
Time: 0930-1530 (1 Hour meal break included)
Venue: TungPo Dance Studio (No.2, Tsat Po Street, San Po Kong, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon)
Tutor: Professor Jonothan Neelands
Language: English

Workshop Fee
Early bird $4500 (on or before 5/5)
Standard $4800
TEFO Member -$200

This workshop is designed for
Please note that this master workshop is intended for experienced practitioners in applied theatre/drama education and may not be suitable for beginners or practitioners from unrelated fields.

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About the Workshop!

This three-day practical workshop is designed for teachers and artists who are experienced in using Drama in Education and other forms of educational theatre in their work with children and young people. The workshop will focus on

  • the experience of being in drama and what kinds of learning come from that experience.
  • how stories shape our worlds and offer insights into the human condition and learning opportunities for children and young people.
  • the importance of drama/theatre in improving wellbeing, harmony, and confidence.

Our work with stories will include how we learn to make new stories with learners that can give them confidence in themselves and hopeful the future.


About Professor Jonothan Neelands

Professor Jonothan Neelands is Academic Director for Cultural Partnerships, University of Warwick, and Professor of Creative Education in WBS. In addition to his academic interests, he was lead writer for the Coventry Cultural Strategy 2017-2027 and Academic Lead for Research and Evaluation for Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 and part of the evaluation team for Birmingham Festival 2022. He was Director of Study for the Warwick Commission on the Future of Culture Value (2015) and the inaugural Director of Research for the Creative Industries Federation. Jonothan has served on the evaluation advisory groups for Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 and the Unboxed Festival 2022. He has recently completed the AHRC Warwick UK Cities of Culture project and is working with Spirit of 2012 on strategic recommendations to encourage progression and learning for major cultural and sporting events. He is Co-investigator on the DCMS R&D Science and Analysis Program – Measuring the Legacy and Impact of Major Events. His seminal publications in Drama Education include, Making Sense of Drama, Structuring Drama Work, Beginning Drama 11-14, Drama and Theatre Studies, Learning through Imagined Experience etc.

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