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Theatre Education Conference

The Depot  l  Minneapolis, Minnesota
September 26-29, 2024

 


Building CommUNITY

About the Theatre Education Conference

EdTA’s Theatre Education Conference supports and inspires theatre educators to grow their skills and advance the field. This three-day event is packed with interactive workshops, inspiring keynotes, and abundant collaboration and mentorship opportunities for professional growth and learning.

The leading professional development conference for theatre educators, TEC provides timely, innovative resources to support your pedagogy and practice — while welcoming you into a nurturing community of educators just like you.

2024 Highlights

  • Early Career Educator track of workshops especially for new theatre teachers facilitated by leading experts Dr. Jennifer Katona, Joshua Streeter, Corey Mitchell, and Ayesis Clay. 
  • NEW Research Roundtable sessions highlighting innovative programs, models, and practices in our field (call for submissions is open through July 3 — apply now!)
  • Pre-conference intensive Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in Action: Case Studies from Minnesota offered in partnership with the Perpich Center for Arts Education, Minnesota’s K-12 state arts education agency (additional fee required)
  • Discount tickets for performances at the renowned Guthrie Theater and the Children’s Theatre Company
 


Convince Your Boss to Fund Your Trip

Free justification letter — customize and give to your administration to get your attendance approved. Show how you, your students, and the school will benefit!
    
 
 

Land Acknowledgment

EdTA respectfully acknowledges the sacred land upon which the 2024 Theatre Education Conference will occur in Minneapolis. This is the traditional homeland of the Dakhóta Oyáte (Dakota People), unfairly ceded in the Treaties of 1837 and 1851, who stewarded it for millennia. The Ojibwe and other Indigenous nations have cared for this land as well. Minnesota comes from the Dakota name for the area, Mni Sota Makoce — "the land where the waters reflect the skies."