The European regional congress presents an opportunity for all visual art practitioners, academics including teachers and teacher trainers along with researchers and others working in the field to share their stories expertise and research stories. The main purpose of the conference is to serve as a meeting forum for people who are involved in art education at the core of their academic or practice work. We invite contributors to use a variety of forms to communicate their ideas through presentations, workshops and discussions.
Early bird (until 31 March) After 1 April
Full members (of InSEA, NSEAD or KAT)* £250 £300
Others (not members of InSEA, NSEAD or KAT) £320 £370
Doctoral students* £175 £225
Accompanying £150 £170
Day rate (Tuesday 25 - only for local teachers) £90 £95
*Further evidence of status will be required to claim these rates.
Over the course of this academic Canterbury Christ Church University's Primary Education Department are offering graduates the opportunity to attend workshops that have been specifically designed to support them as they develop in the first period of their career. These workshops are being subsidised by the Department of Primary Education. This means that delegates only have to pay a nominal fee of £10 for each event.
We are able to produce hard copies of Letters and Sounds for you. This will be black and white, double sided, with four holes punched down the side and each section separated by card. You will need to provide your own file or files in which to store these loose sheets. This is part-subsidised by the Primary Education and POINTED departments so that you can purchase your copy at just below cost price.