HIGHLIGHT PRESENTER SESSIONS
Face to Face delegates will get the opportunity to attend each of the Highlight Presenter sessions.
Virtual delegates will be able to stream into some of the Highlight Presenter sessions.
Each Highlight Presenter session is 75 minutes in length.
The icons below indicated how each session will be presented and if it will be available to Virtual delegates.
Face to Face
Presenter will be in the room
Presenter will be streamed into the room
Session will be available for Virtual delegates
Types of sessions are subject to change
Gloves Up! Hand Percussion Re-Imagined
Presented by Kailee Marshall
Year Level: Primary, Middle School
A creative session that explores and expands on hand percussion and movement in new and modern ways. Enjoy the delight and connection forged through simple hand movement using the Orff process.
Exploring and Creating Australian Sounds
Presented by Kirrabelle Lovell
Year Level: Early Childhood, Junior Primary, Primary, Middle School, High School
Explore and create Australian sounds with ideas from nature and music, through movement, dance, singing and playing to make new experiences in Australian music.
Playing With Colour
Presented by Kristie Fudge
Year Level: Early Childhood, Junior Primary, Primary, Middle School
"Once upon a time the colours of the world started to quarrel..."
Which colour is the most important?
Can the colours learn how to work together?
This session will use music and movement to explore a story of colours, their characteristics and personalities. Investigate what happens when we remix the colours to create our own arrangements...and discover the magic that happens when we, like the colours, each bring our unique skills and talents, and work together to create a colourful, musical masterpiece!
Can't Stop, Won't Stop Moving
Presented by Virginia Esparraga
Year Level: Junior Primary, Primary, Middle School
In this session, we will dance, move and groove as we experience a range of activities to introduce movement in the classroom. We will explore locomotor movement and use Peter Jansen's Human Motions sculptures as a basis for movement composition.