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New Zealand Research on The Arts in Education

John Watson

Last August, 1600 delegates from 35 countries assembled in Adelaide for the 23rd World Congress of the International Society for Education through Art (lNSEAl. It was a memorable event for Australia, and for this part of the world, and one in which more than 60 New Zealanders were able to take part. The programme included 14 key-note addresses, at least 150 other talks, papers or seminars, innumerable workshops, film premieres, exhibitions, dance presentations, mimes and other performances, as well as music and orchestral recitals. Most of the schools in Adelaide contributed a performance of one kind or another to the programme.

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