Virtual event 2020
Our online event has four main components: panel discussions; delegate blog posts; groupwork; virtual common room. Access is restricted to registered delegates.
Registered delegates: Enter the Virtual Event here!
Our panel discussions will be streamed live with a moderated question-and-answer session. Recordings of the discussions will be available afterwards. Times of the panel discussion reflect that our panellists, and our delegates, will be joining us from a number of time zones.
Panel 1: Listen and learn: The needs of Black, Brown and Indigenous POC in music education
Thursday 23 July 2020, 10:00-11:30 BST (=GMT+1)
Panelists: Hannah Robbins, Nate Holder, Héctor Vázquez-Córdoba.
Panel 2: Decolonising pedagogies: dismantling and disrupting music education practices
Friday 24 July 2020, 13:00-14:30 BST (=GMT+1)
Panelists: Brandi Waller-Pace, Lissa Reed, Danielle Chavrimootoo, Alex Ho, Ruari Paterson-Achenbach
Chair: Diljeet Bhachu
Panel 3: Reparation and reconciliation: addressing colonial legacies through action
Friday 24 July 2020, 18:00-19:30 BST (=GMT+1)
Panelists: Bongani Ndodana-Breen, Clarke Randolph, Keola Donaghy
Delegate blog posts
Material submitted for discussion and comment by some of our delegates will be posted here; the chat function will be enabled to allow for exchange and discussion online. This will be available until 31 July.
Groupwork: Decolonising the Musical University Experience
Online spaces where delegates can share resources, and also experience, ideas and best practice around the following themes:
- Decolonising the admissions process
- Decolonising curricula
- Decolonising extra-curricular activities
- Decolonising the PhD
- Decolonising faculty
Available until 31 July.
Virtual Common Room
Open on 23-24 July, a space to meet, discuss, share.